Published On: Wed, Sep 21st, 2022

This electric blanket is under £40 and helps save money on bills

With the colder months approaching and household bills rising, many are looking for ways to stay warm and minimise their use of central heating.

Although electric blankets have been popular for a while, their popularity is higher than ever with the cost of living rising, and many Brits are purchasing them in preparation for the change in weather and costs.

OnBuy is selling an electric blanket for £36.99, made with a soft and cosy polyester microfleece, so shoppers can get cosy on their sofas or in bed in the evenings.

The reasonable price means the blanket is an accessible option for those looking to make a small investment, with the aim to reduce energy usage in the long run.

MoneySavingExpert said: ‘it costs roughly 4p an hour to run an electric blanket’ and with the energy price cap raising by 80 percent, electric blankets are an effective way for people to warm themselves, without having to warm their entire homes.”

Buy: Cozytek Deluxe Dark Grey Electric Heated Throw (£36.99)

The description on OnBuy’s website says “with a fast heat up time and nine comfort settings for greater control this fantastic blanket only costs an amazingly low 2p an hour to run.”
The blanket also has a three hour shut-off function for safety and peace of mind, plus it can be machine-washed at 40 degree temperature.

The two year guarantee ensures that shoppers can expect a high quality, long lasting item when they purchase, plus it’s currently on sale for £36.99, which is 26 percent off the RRP of £49.99.

Size: 160 x 120cm

Shoppers are loving the electric blanket in the reviews with some calling it ‘great’.

C.Alderwick said: ”So happy with this item. Will be a pure pleasure to wrap myself in this on a cold night and watch some TV. Brilliant value for money. Swift delivery and very much valued.”

J.Adams commented: ”I have bought this for a present, and very happy with it, and I’m sure my family will be too!!”

J.Keenan also added: ”Very happy with these heated throws, work very well even on low settings and should save lots of money over the winter.”

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