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Old 24-11-2018, 23:05   #1
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Electric Blanket Question

Im looking to buy an electric blanket, i need a double and these are the two i have been looking at in Argos with good reviews......

https://www.argos.co.uk/product/7030781

https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8492878

My question is should i get the blanket or the underblanket?

Which would be safest and warm the bed the best?

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Re: Electric Blanket Question

Not sure of the difference between the two products but they are both underblankets.
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Re: Electric Blanket Question

They are both the same thing, but the cheaper one has only one control, so the whole blanket will heat up - the more expensive one has 2 controls, so you can control each side of the blanket independently - which is useful if your other half doesn't like it as warm as you do (or vice-versa)
I'd say go for the 2 control one.
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Ok thanks guys.
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