Last winter, when I had my two twin beds pushed together to make a king-size bed, I was gifted a fantastic heating blanket by my parents as a holiday gift. I tried to make it work on my twin size bed, but it would slip and slide off, most of it ending up on the floor by morning. I was looking for the same model of heating blanket, only in twin size, when I came across heated mattress pads. I have never used a heated mattress pad, but they looked intriguing. A heated mattress pad vs a heated blanket makes so much more sense since we all learned in elementary school heat rises. Using a mattress pad means you are warm underneath as well as on top. The heat is trapped under the blankets and you stay toasty warm! In fact, I got so warm during the night I had to turn it down!
The model I chose is the Sunbeam Quilted Polyester Heated Mattress Pad with EasySet Pro Controller. It has ten heat levels and a timer that turns if off automatically after ten hours. I simply slipped it on the mattress, put the sheets and blankets back on, turned it on to preheat the bed, and slipped into a little piece of heaven! The mattress pad has really deep pockets, so if you have a thick mattress this model would still work for you. The package says it will fit a mattress up to 18 inches thick.
|Super warm and snuggly. Perfect!|
If you are looking for a gift for someone living in a tiny house this year or if you just want to spoil yourself a little bit, this is the mattress pad for you. I was able to go all night without turning on the heater and that will save me money this winter for sure.
Technology is a wonderful thing.
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