Silentnight Comfort Control Electric Blanket Reviews
Product Type: Silentnight household products
Description:Brand: Silentnight / Type: Electric blanket
Newest Review: ... changing the settings a lot easier. The blanket comes with a three year guarantee, so if anything does go wrong with it, you ... more
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Customer Silentnight Comfort Control Electric Blanket Reviews (11)
by - written on 06/01/12 (Very useful, 192 readings)
I bought an electric blanket last year during the bitterly cold minus temperatures however I ended up gifting it to a friend as they had more need for it than I did and so this year I had to purchase another in anticipation of the cold ahead. I bought mine from Ebay as this was the cheapest place at the time however there are multiple places this brand can be bought from Asda to various online stores. They regularly are in the region of around £30 however with hunting around you can normally get them for £20 and after Christmas even cheaper so it's worth keeping an eye out. There is also 3 sizes available, single, double and king. It comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
== Introduction == I live in a three bedroom house and I tend to lose a lot of the heat through the loft conversion. I bought my daughter a hot water bottle last year and I pop it in her bed while she's having her bath, so that her bed is nice and toasty when she gets into it. Recently I have started going to bed early to watch some television or to read a book, my bedroom is one of the coldest rooms in the house though. Last weekend I decided to make use of Lily's hot water bottle while she was at he mums, and I loved it so much that I didn't really want to give it back to her when she came back. I decided to have a look online to see if I could find myself ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/13 (Very useful, 135 readings)
I have bought heated blankets for many years and find them so useful on very cold nights in the winter months. I just hate it when I get into bed and it is so cold. I am married but I am the one who tends to get into bed first so I am the first to feel the cold. My hubby doesn't feel the cold as much as I do. At the end of last winter and I was spring cleaning my home I decided to take my heated blanket from my bed and then replace it with a new one at the end of the summer because it was a little worse for wear. I recently bought a new one exactly the same one as my old blanket and I have already used it in the past week. It is becoming a little chilly in the evenings .. Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/12, updated on 02/02/12 (Very useful, 170 readings)
I bought this blanket as I always feel the cold and hot water bottles cant heat all of you up at once unfortunately, so I decided an electric blanket was the way to go. I did at first want to buy a more expensive fitted electric blanket but after reading reviews on this blanket and it being more than half the price (I got it for £26) I decided to go for it instead. I bought the double size but it is also available in single and king size. The blanket is easy to fit to the bed with ties that go under the mattress to secure it. I managed to fit it to my bed by myself but it would probably be easier with someone helping you! I have found that the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/11, updated on 13/06/11 (Very useful, 289 readings)
For a long time, I resisted my wife's suggestions that we should get an electric blanket, being of the view that if my wife is cold, she can give me a cuddle to warm up. I have made a similar suggestion as to how she can work up a sweat and keep fit through some regular nocturnal exertion - or how she can warm up her hands in bed. However, she was having none of it and I have now given up on all counts. Last winter, when I have to admit it was bloody cold, we bought one of these double electric blankets in Asda for the amazing price of only £7.50. I could no longer find reasonable justification to prevaricate. And so it was that in the depths of winter, I ... Read the complete review
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