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[Amazon.ca] Weighted Blanket Queen Size (25 lbs - Provides Heavy Pressure) - 400 Thread Count Ultra Soft Cotton | 14% Off | $129.99

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[Amazon.ca] Weighted Blanket Queen Size (25 lbs - Provides Heavy Pressure) - 400 Thread Count Ultra Soft Cotton | 14% Off | $129.99

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✔ BUYING GUIDE – Start by selecting the right size for your bed (King, Queen, Twin). Next select a blanket weight based on the amount of pressure you want to experience. This blanket provides HEAVY PRESSURE. The "10% of your weight" rule that other sellers are pushing is inaccurate - it does not take into consideration bed size – for example, 15lb King will provide less pressure than a 15lb Twin blanket. TIP: You can find the pressure of each blanket listed in the title at the top of this page.
✔ AVOID BUYING A BLANKET THAT IS TOO SMALL - A Queen Mattress is 60X80” -- a Queen size comforter should be at least 80x86" so it is large enough to fully cover your bed and hang over your mattress like a true comforter. The #1 customer regret is buying a blanket that is too small, so before investing in a weighted blanket, make sure it is going to be large enough for your bed!
✔ REST - RELAX - RECHARGE: Whether you wish to whisk away the pressures of the day, or sleep more soundly, our wonderfully soft 400 THREAD COUNT PREMIUM WEIGHTED comforters provide you with the best night's sleep ever.
✔ MACHINE WASHABLE - Our All-Season blankets are machine-wash safe, making them easy to clean. All our blankets allow for a duvet cover to be added. EXTRA STRONG STITCHING ensures your blanket will last for years!
✔ HomeSmart - A brand you can trust. Over 100,000 customers served and counting!

An extensive amount of reviews on Amazon: 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,299 ratings

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xblackdemonx wrote: Not that great of a deal tbh
Can your link to better deal, I am in the market for one
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Thanks - live that it's rated for someone between 240 - 3000 lbs lol

Never seen this site. They legit? Have you ordered from them before? Return easy like amazon in case its not a good product?
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Tried one off Amazon with 'glass beads'. Poorly made & because it leaked (ie. really small glass beads --> think sand / shards of glass) itched for days. I highly suggested avoided glass beads unless you want a mess on your bed.

Weight-wise, it does feel cool, like being hugged or held. Can't comment on plastic beads though, as have yet to find one at a reasonable price to try.
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TCWeasel wrote: 25 is not 15. This is a decent deal for a 25.
that seller has one for 89.99, may not like the design tho
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Keep in mind that while this is technically a 25lbs blanket, it's spread out over a larger area so it may feel the same if not slightly lighter than a 15lbs twin blanket
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No that cheap and 25 lbs is a sack of bricks. Just moving is a chore. Only buy if you wanna die in your sleep.

Forgot to mention i recommend 10-15 lbs.
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keyser-soze wrote: Thanks - live that it's rated for someone between 240 - 3000 lbs lol

Never seen this site. They legit? Have you ordered from them before? Return easy like amazon in case its not a good product?
looks like you have to cough up the shipping to return on this site.
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In for one. Been looking to try this out to see if it helps with anxiety. Thanks OP

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