Nothing to complain about especially for the price. It’s what i was looking for in a heating blanket for my grandson. I wish it was a dial knob instead of several different * to push.
The blanket is super soft and feels like mink. It’s so soft and just the perfect thickness.
This is nice because you can set it to keep the chill off of you at night, but shutoff when the sun comes up, and starts warming your room up. The heat works fantastic and my family fights over who gets to use it.
This blanket is one of those corporate scams that sounds good but then when you get it all goes awry. If the seller reaches out to me and replaces the product i will change my review.
After less than a month it only heats in random areas. Even at lev 10 it barely heats at all. It only gets warm in one spot where there is a big curl of wires. It defeats the purpose of a heated blanket.
I have a total of 5 of these blankets for my home, all of which are exactly as vibrant as pictured. You wont be dissappointed. Love this blanket paired with the pillow cases.
S. It's cooler to have this around me than it is to sit here * with the fan going. It is not as heavy as past cooling blankets and i love that.
Guests prefer one of the bamboo blankets over their top sheet vs a bulky comforter. My partner even gets tangled in it sometimes, so beware of that. The directions say not to use a dryer; i tumble dry them (no heat) with no issues.
Lightweight and stretchy, large enough to wrap around my 5'10 frame. Nothing but amazement at the weight and heft of it. It's lightweight and the feel of the material is not uncomfortable.
The blanket shrunk nearly every single time it was washed. The packaging says dry with regular heat. The care instructions say do not put in dryer. It's not soft and now it's scratchy on my skin.
Queen size mattress is 60x80 inches, this is barely over those measurements. Queen size usually means it hangs over the mattress at least a foot. Would not work even as a twin blanket. I now have what was a huge king-sized blanket that barely fits our... Read More