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[Costco] LAVA HOT 15lb weighted blanket ($19.97) Reg: $70

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Jun 19, 2009
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Thanks, picked one up for training while I sleep in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber
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in the old days weighted blankets were called "wool"
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queenofhearts wrote:
Sep 4th, 2019 12:11 am
I bought one of those at regular price from Costco. I loved it but found the glass beads always shifted to one side, so it needed readjusting. I returned it but bought one off amazon. I just got itand it’s great . The glass beads on the Costco one are somewhat bigger and the blanket is smaller. The one off amazon is bigger in size but beads are barely noticeable. Not sure if this makes me sleep better but the deep pressure the blanket gives is calming. Just think of a baby we tend to wrap up cause it makes them feel more secure ..same idea.
Link for the one on Amazon? I'd prefer the blanket to be a bit bigger
Aug 29, 2016
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as a guy who worked in costco, the prices on some of the items completely depend on the stock levels on the warehouse. Some warehouses have low stocks of these and they might be putting them on clearance to make space for the other items. in some warehouses where they have plenty of the same item on stock, they maintain regular price. There is NO pricematch across warehouse prices. The easiest way of looking for the discounted item is to call their office (admin) and get them to check on the computer what the price is.
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Jan 4, 2019
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ryokoseigo wrote:
Sep 3rd, 2019 8:30 pm
Yeah, but I can't borrow the card, since the- hours from me part. Driving 5 hours- then 5 back kinda defeats the price savings lol.
You can ask someone to buy u a $50 gc and go to Costco to use it...i think, limit is 2x a year
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Apr 26, 2019
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Anyone see any in the land of mississauga.. costco is literally an hour to get in and out. Place is packed 247
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If a placebo works, then it works. If you don't have a good life, be more positive.
JustBob wrote:
Sep 3rd, 2019 8:40 pm
If you're not in the "special needs" category, and believe this will help you sleep, enjoy your placebo:

"In terms of good quality research proving they're effective, that's not available." ... s/11073072
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Just a note: 15 is likely the upper weight limit. Im a big guy and have a 20lb blanket of another brand.

Its too heavy even for me. Like a brick. Im close to 200lbs myself.

Unless you like the "bondage" feeling. Breathing may even be an issue. Choose wisely. But, its Costco. Return at will
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Comical wrote: I usually don't like anything touching me when I sleep so this will be an experience.
Sounds like you’ll be forever single...
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danascully wrote:
Sep 4th, 2019 1:46 am
Darn, paid $120 for mine like a sucker...
That's nothing, considering you often see different kinds of these from $120-$320.
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tigger03 wrote:
Sep 4th, 2019 12:31 am
Link for the one on Amazon? I'd prefer the blanket to be a bit bigger ... NrPXRydWU=

Keep in mind that the blanket is supposed to fit the body not the bed . So even though this is a queen size will just fit the top of the queen bed . Basically I use it while my husband uses regular blanket.

I also was considering this one . Only reason I did the first link was cause of the 30 day money back guarantee . ... ljaz10cnVl
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pikpin wrote:
Sep 3rd, 2019 9:46 pm
Any gta sightings?
Just called Richmond Hill, they have tons but not on clearance. Regular price @ $69.99