King Size Electric Blanket to Keep You Warm and Cozy All Night Long


We found the best styles so you can find the king size electric blanket dual controls that is the perfect fit for your home:

 A quality electric heated blanket can be your favorite snuggle buddy all winter long. Perfect for movie marathons on the couch or across your bed on a chilly night, keeping you warm no matter the freezing weather outside. The Good Housekeeping Institute Textiles Lab found the best electric blankets to keep you cozy and snug this winter – plus, all of our picks are machine washable!  Electric blankets will heat your bed, but they're also ultra soft blankets that you'll love being all wrapped up in. Whether you have a twin, queen, king, or any size bed, these blankets are available in both smaller and larger sizes. We found the best styles so you can find the king size electric blanket dual controls that is the perfect fit for your home:

How do electric blankets work?

Electric blankets plug into an electrical socket to use electricity to heat the blanket. They feature insulated wires that are safely kept in place between the fabric layers of the blanket. The wires run throughout to heat the entire blanket – quite quickly too!

Are electric blankets safe?

Generally, yes. Many wonder if you can keep an electric blanket on all night long, and most electric blankets on the market feature auto shut-off, meaning they will automatically turn off after two to 10 hours.

Always make sure to follow all care and use instructions to ensure everyone’s safety. Check your electric blanket's manual to see how many volts it can handle from the power supply. Then, use a power adapter for outlets with higher voltage to avoid overheating and damaging the blanket.

Do electric blankets raise your heating bill?

Electric blankets are actually cheaper to use than cranking the heat in your house. If your blanket uses 200 watts (the watt usage should be listed in the manual) leaving it on for 10 hours corresponds to two kilowatt-hours, which would cost around 20 cents, depending on where you live. If using an electric blanket lets you turn the heat down at night, then the additional cost can actually be a money saving investment.

How do I care for an electric blanket?

First and foremost, you must, must, must follow all care and use instructions that are included in your electric blanket's manual so everyone stays safe. Aim to keep your electric blanket spread out evenly and not bunched up in a ball, which can create hot spots or damage the wires. When not in use, make sure to unplug and neatly fold the blanket to keep it in pristine condition. If you notice any brown spots on your blanket, stop using it immediately and purchase a replacement: the brown spots likely mean it has overheated, causing burnt areas.