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62" x 50" Biddeford Fleece Heated Electric Throw Blanket (various colors)

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Walmart.com has 62" x 50" Biddeford Comfort Knit Fleece Heated Electric Throw Blanket (various colors) on sale for $19.96. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks savvyshopper7903
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Available colors:
  • Black Buffalo Plaid
  • Blue
  • Gray
  • Gray Plaid
  • Navy Fair Isle
  • Red
  • Red Buffalo Plaid
  • Taupe
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Walmart [walmart.com] has 62" x 50" Biddeford Heated Electric Throw Blanket for $19.96. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on $35+ orders.

Available colors:
  • Black Buffalo Plaid
  • Blue
  • Gray
  • Gray Plaid
  • Navy Fair Isle
  • Red
  • Red Buffalo Plaid
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PSA: Make sure you wash or your brand new heated blankets and heated mattress pad.

I have heated mattress cover and an air quality sensor. My VOCs kept spiking randomly at night and I couldn't figure out why. Sharply all of a sudden my measurements went from 0-200ppm (normal) all the way to 2000ppm! It was sharp increase on the graph and I was racking my brain where it was coming from. Then I tried electric pad the next night after the levels dropped back to normal and boom there it was. So I tried an experiment and placed the mattress pad and AIQ sensor in a closet and there it was again, instantly from normal (0-200ppm) all the way over 2200ppm in the span of a few minutes. My mind was blown.

Then I realized that new fabrics are generally treated with formaldehyde to preserve the fabric color and reduce wrinkles. I washed the pad a few times with hot water in the washing machine and now everything is back to normal. Just thought I'd share my experience.
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Bought this 2 years ago and still works fine, washed it a total of maybe 10 times and it appears the heat isn't distributed evenly throughout the blanket but it still works great. Definitely worth the 20 bucks in my opinion
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Does anyone have a review on this brand?
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Does anyone have a review on this brand?
Same question my fiancé is pulling my leg to get her a heated blanket.
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Does anyone have a review on this brand?
I bought the one from Macy's and it lasted maybe a week. It was good during the week, then wouldn't turn back on.
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Bought this 2 years ago and still works fine, washed it a total of maybe 10 times and it appears the heat isn't distributed evenly throughout the blanket but it still works great. Definitely worth the 20 bucks in my opinion
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Does anyone have a review on this brand?
I got a twin size from Kohls 3 years ago and it does everything it's supposed to.I didn't even switch it out last summer,just didn't turn the heat on.I toss and turn a lot and it's held up fine.
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Got this brand from Kohls in January this year for $10. I got ivory. Been using it. Good so far. I think heated blanket/ heater will go on sale a lot in January.
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I have a very very very old Biddeford electric blanket. It's the old style flip button and dial switch. The one I have isn't the soft material like this one, but I will say for as long as I've had it and as much as I've used mine (and it still works fine), I'd buy another product of theirs.
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Do you guys think this can be used as a mattress blanket? Or would the coils make it too uncomfortable?
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Are these UL listed?
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Looks like you're sleeping with 120V AC live wires.
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It actually is tested to UL standards. ETL (Same as UL) mark is right on the package.
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Are these UL listed?
Asking the important questions. I like it!
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Do you guys think this can be used as a mattress blanket? Or would the coils make it too uncomfortable?
I use this on my half of the bed. I sleep on it, not as a cover and it doesn't bother my GF. Also helps warm my back when it hurts
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