Best value heated throw?
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My mother is struggling with heating bills. I'm going to buy her a heated throw. They seem pretty pricey though. Any good value recommendations?
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Eta: OP, is there any chance you could change your username? Every time I see it, it puts me in the mood for a cheese scone but I am not about to turn my oven on for this purpose.
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I bought extra large so hubby and I could both use while watching tv on the sofa.
I've never owned a heated throw before so have nothing to compare it with, but we've been really happy with it, means we can keep the heating off while watching tv and sitting our very daftly living room. We still wear a couple jumpers but having s source of heat over lap, legs and feet really makes a difference. The cats love it too!
It seems to have an automatic switch off as I once fell asleep on sofa with it on, and it switched itself off, though I stayed nice and warm.
memory they were around £50 each from Argos but I worked at Sainsburys at the time so got my staff discount and also used my survey points towards them so got them for a lot less.