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£5.99£13.9057%Argos Deals
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Posted 30th Sep

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Probably a good time to pick these up now (It's pretty chilly here) The double looks to have more stock around, but both have a fair few. They have 3 heat settings with a 15 min heat time (37c)

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Snug Heated Underblanket - Small Single £5.99
Size W61, L122cm

Snug Heated Underblanket - Small Double £7.99
Size W107, L122cm


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Warm up your bed in just 15 minutes with this small double Snug Heated Underblanket. With 3 heat settings, you can stay toasty during the day or have a warm, cosy night's sleep. With a single detachable control, the heated electric blanket is simple-to-use and has extra safe overheat protection.

Features:
  • Made from polyester.
  • Secured by ties.
  • Single detachable control.
  • 3 heat settings.
  • 15 minutes heat-up time to reach 37°C.
  • Suitable for all night use.
  • Low energy consumption.

Safety features:
  • Overheat protection.

General information:
  • Machine washable .
  • 3 year manufacturer's guarantee.
  • EAN: 5012701414494.
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youchoose30/09/2019 14:01

Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. …Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. These are only needed to have a warm bed to jump into and the heating does not need to be on over night.


For normal people you're spot on, but as we age we lose our thermoregulatory ability so being able to set something like this can be great overnight. It's why, for example, my Mum can have multiple layers on in the house but still feel cold and have hands like ice. I on the other hand can happily it in a t-shirt and still have warm hands in the same environment.
I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over winter... apparently its cost less then 10p a night to use.
Heat added.

Bought this for a king sized bed in the hope the Mrs will stay on her side this winter
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I seen these the other day and thought nah how many people have a 4 ft wide bed now...so this will be interesting to see
youchoose30/09/2019 12:34

I seen these the other day and thought nah how many people have a 4 ft …I seen these the other day and thought nah how many people have a 4 ft wide bed now...so this will be interesting to see



Ah wrong one...its the small single
Good price but these are small even for small beds, if you want a single get a double and it will go edge to edge with no lumpy bits, they are still a bit short too though
I use the mutt.. adding heat for the deal
I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over winter... apparently its cost less then 10p a night to use.
KillerQueef30/09/2019 13:11

I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over …I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over winter... apparently its cost less then 10p a night to use.



Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. These are only needed to have a warm bed to jump into and the heating does not need to be on over night.
youchoose30/09/2019 14:01

Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. …Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. These are only needed to have a warm bed to jump into and the heating does not need to be on over night.


For normal people you're spot on, but as we age we lose our thermoregulatory ability so being able to set something like this can be great overnight. It's why, for example, my Mum can have multiple layers on in the house but still feel cold and have hands like ice. I on the other hand can happily it in a t-shirt and still have warm hands in the same environment.
Heat added.

Bought this for a king sized bed in the hope the Mrs will stay on her side this winter
These will do a job but the bigger ones that fit over the mattress are much more comfortable and practical
guttediam30/09/2019 13:01

I use the mutt.. adding heat for the deal


That's no way to talk about my girlfriend
Where do you get £13.90 from ?
It’s £5.99 down from £6.99 and £7.99 down from £8.99.. only £1 saving, nothing to get excited about.
Amazon - more than 17£
youchoose30/09/2019 14:01

Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. …Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. These are only needed to have a warm bed to jump into and the heating does not need to be on over night.


Not really... Old bodies do not create and release heat like younger bodies, so they can still be too cold under a duvet etc.
KillerQueef30/09/2019 13:11

I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over …I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over winter... apparently its cost less then 10p a night to use.


10p! I'm not made of money....
youchoose30/09/2019 14:01

Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. …Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. These are only needed to have a warm bed to jump into and the heating does not need to be on over night.


Horses for courses, & the temp of a room, anyone with thin blood, illness etc this is a good means of adding an easy boost.

I tend to use a thin fleece under me (mattress is normally cold) to warm me & its good, however if you start off cold then getting warm can be a trial ...cheap & efficient!
KillerQueef30/09/2019 15:56

Not really... Old bodies do not create and release heat like younger …Not really... Old bodies do not create and release heat like younger bodies, so they can still be too cold under a duvet etc.



I'm bloody ancient and I manage
nandito30/09/2019 15:27

https://www.pricehistory.co.uk/product/2249539/snug-heated-underblanket-small-single[Image]


Small single?? C'mon unless your buying it for your budgie
I like the idea of these, but I'm always slightly worried I might get flame grilled in the night.

Although I'd risk it if you could turn it on from your phone, so it didn't involve me leaving the warmth of my sofa blankie to go turn it on at night.
Edited by: "MikeCumbria" 30th Sep
youchoose30/09/2019 16:36

I'm bloody ancient and I manage


Every human is different, there is no one size fits all.
MikeCumbria30/09/2019 16:41

I like the idea of these, but I'm always slightly worried I might get …I like the idea of these, but I'm always slightly worried I might get flame grilled in the night. Although I'd risk it if you could turn it in from your phone, so it didn't involve me leaving the warmth of my sofa blankie to go turn it on at night.


Who doesn't like a bit of breakfast in bed
Enigma-Machine30/09/2019 17:04

Every human is different, there is no one size fits all.



Ah but my first reply was to a post that suggested just that....I'm bloody elderly
does anyone know how much electrictiy these concume and the price of it? someone mentioned 10p a night, not sure if correct
There you go ...so depending on how long your in bed for...say 10 hour .
Setting 1 would cost around 3 pence
Setting 2 would cost around 7 pence
Setting 3 would cost around 11 pence
Based on 15p per kWh.
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youchoose30/09/2019 14:01

Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. …Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. These are only needed to have a warm bed to jump into and the heating does not need to be on over night.


I’m mid 30’s & suffer from Raynaud’s where the body’s thermostat/thermoregulation is faulty, hence feel very cold constantly.....I even had the heater on when temp outside was over 28 degrees. This is needed by the elderly, disabled & ill people.
naturelover30/09/2019 20:32

I’m mid 30’s & suffer from Raynaud’s where the body’s thermos …I’m mid 30’s & suffer from Raynaud’s where the body’s thermostat/thermoregulation is faulty, hence feel very cold constantly.....I even had the heater on when temp outside was over 28 degrees. This is needed by the elderly, disabled & ill people.




hence my original point... this is only good in bed. If you are up and about during the day would you not have the heating on?
youchoose30/09/2019 19:57

There you go ...so depending on how long your in bed for...say 10 hour …There you go ...so depending on how long your in bed for...say 10 hour .Setting 1 would cost around 3 penceSetting 2 would cost around 7 penceSetting 3 would cost around 11 penceBased on 15p per kWh.[Image]


Don't forget standing charge 20p
jakbli30/09/2019 21:02

Don't forget standing charge 20p



You pay that if you use it or not!
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I have bought this. It's terrible. Never gets warm.
youchoose30/09/2019 14:01

Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. …Maybe ok if they are bed ridden....but surely a good duvet keeps you warm. These are only needed to have a warm bed to jump into and the heating does not need to be on over night.


Try telling my wife that, lol
Thanks op. Have reserved for collection in a few days. At this price thought I might give it a go to warm up the kids beds
Are these any good in a campervan with a leisure battery. Or will they drain them?
MikeCumbria30/09/2019 16:41

I like the idea of these, but I'm always slightly worried I might get …I like the idea of these, but I'm always slightly worried I might get flame grilled in the night. Although I'd risk it if you could turn it on from your phone, so it didn't involve me leaving the warmth of my sofa blankie to go turn it on at night.


Put it on a remote plug or a hive plug etc if you have those 😔
Argos site says saving of 10% but deal says 57%
naturelover30/09/2019 20:32

I’m mid 30’s & suffer from Raynaud’s where the body’s thermos …I’m mid 30’s & suffer from Raynaud’s where the body’s thermostat/thermoregulation is faulty, hence feel very cold constantly.....I even had the heater on when temp outside was over 28 degrees. This is needed by the elderly, disabled & ill people.


Agree. You can have Raynaud’s without being elderly. I know because I am an example and, boy, I get cold all year round and winters are terrible. They have been for decades.
I have a single electric blanket turned around 90dgs at the bottom of our king-size bed, great for my cold feet!

I have tested these and the electricity consumption is much lower than expected.

Each setting is half the output of the next one up.

3=70w 8p/10hrs
2=35w 4p/10hrs
1=17w 2p/10hrs

I wouldn't be without one of these now.
jackie_chan01/10/2019 07:41

Argos site says saving of 10% but deal says 57%



It does look a little strange...when average Joe posts a deal the savings potential seems to get edited down....but the opposite has happened here
KillerQueef30/09/2019 13:11

I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over …I still reckon these are the best way for the elderly to keep warm over winter... apparently its cost less then 10p a night to use.


Best way is to make sure they have enough money to have the heating on but i do agree these are good i prefer the throws
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