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Review of Tesco Value EB06 Electric Blanket

Super

“Electric Blanket”

published 18/08/2011

Nice warm bed, cheap

Not machine washable

...It's getting near to winter time (unfortunately as I love summer) but one thing I am really excited about is getting my electric blanket out again. There's nothing better when its cold outside than getting into a nice warm bed and snuggling down for the night. I bought this blanket last year from Tesco and if I remember rightly it cost about £15. I think this is quite a good price...

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Review of Tesco Value EB06 Electric Blanket

Super

Cheap, keeps you warm and cosy, comfortable

Takes up some storage, not easy to wash/freshen up

...because it ?looks good?. At the time we were approaching the height of winter so my partner decided he liked the look of an electric blanket, even though we had always managed without one previously and our house is generally quite warm and insulated, but I just let him get on with it. I was surprised that he chose the Tesco Value EB06, purely because it was the cheapest on the shelves and he would...

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Review of Dreamland Electric Blanket

Good

Long, dual controls

Bad material, expensive

...My husband and I have tried a few electric blankets and all of them were unbearable - either too short, too small so they slipped about, or not warm enough etc. The Dreamland Dual Control blanket retails at £49.99 for single, £69.99 for double and £79.99 for king which is pricey if you change your mind! Luckily we managed to snap up a new one online for £20, still a lot to gamble with, but worth...

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