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Heated Blankets on clearance

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Sep 24, 2014
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Checked walmart. Rang at $60 is
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Nikhilvoid wrote: Aren't you guys worried about it being a fire hazard?
If this caused fires, wouldn't there have been a recall
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crichdr wrote: Checked walmart. Rang at $60 is
Is that a clearance price and for what item in particular?
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Dec 19, 2005
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Waterloo
I paid 50.00 at Sears outlet in Cambridge for my new king bed they also has great deals on King sheets
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Feb 14, 2012
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Bought and Thanked !
No more fighting over thermostat with girlfriend while watching TV, I get sub-sauna temperatures, she gets ungodly levels of heat :D
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Megaxyu wrote: Bought and Thanked !
No more fighting over thermostat with girlfriend while watching TV, I get sub-sauna temperatures, she gets ungodly levels of heat :D
+1 bought one for the wife 5 years ago , one of the best gifts ever. She loves getting into a 30 degree bed at night. I prefer 20 degrees
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Their customer service is known to be terrible. FYI.
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Nov 4, 2004
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Markham
I have bought 4 of these, and they never last long. I'm done with that brand.
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pdienstm wrote: I have bought 4 of these, and they never last long. I'm done with that brand.
Same, Factory Direct has these Sunbeam blankets on sale (new in package) every month at $30
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Nov 24, 2013
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Hornby, ON
any better options than? ive also bought one of these for my father who tells me it no longer heats up! so my question is are there any good brands that do work for at least 2 years?
a heavier blanket is not an option as he does not have the muscle mass to lift it off of him.
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I cant justify having a plug in blanket affter seeing my nabours house in flames becuase of a faulty block heater
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ccm2001 wrote: I cant justify having a plug in blanket affter seeing my nabours house in flames becuase of a faulty block heater
He was warming the car in the garage?
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alanbrenton wrote: He was warming the car in the garage?
lol i dont have a block heater but i thought heating in the garage was not recommended? even with out the block heater you shouldnt with the build up of co or co2 that can happen
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Nikhilvoid wrote: Aren't you guys worried about it being a fire hazard?
I have one for two years, I had the same concern when I bought it
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RaptorPlayoffs wrote: lol i dont have a block heater but i thought heating in the garage was not recommended? even with out the block heater you shouldnt with the build up of co or co2 that can happen
Didnt know. Did have a block heater installed by dealership so hopefully it was done right. Don't want July 1st fireworks come next winter.
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Dartmouth
Nothing with dual control... These are great during the winter, I bought the thing with the intention of turning it off after getting in just as to not have to have the shock of getting into a cold bed. Wifey loved it so much she wanted to sleep with it on, and I roast. We only got the throw sized one and put it in the middle of the bed. It works. Have only had it for around 6 months, so I can't speak to how long it lasts.
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boisbriand
I added the king size @ 80$ to cart but it look likes it cant ship?

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