Entertainment Can’t Keep Your Feet Warm? You Need This Heated Blanket with Foot Pockets

02:11  26 september  2020
02:11  26 september  2020 Source:   people.com

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If your feet are always freezing no matter how much you bundle up, you’re not alone: Cold feet is a common issue that, according to Harvard Medical School, could be a result of decreased circulation, a problem with nerve sensation, or simply an inherited trait. Whether or not there’s a medical cause, some of the best ways to keep your feet warm are with socks and heating pads, but according to Amazon shoppers, you can take it a step further.

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The idea behind this blanket is simple: “to invent a new class in personal comfort that solved a common dilemma,” according to Even if you haven’ t experienced the whole shifting- blanket thing, the pocket keeps your feet extra warm . Plug This Heated Blanket Into Your Car for the Best Commutes.

How can you keep your feet warm on a cold winter walk? Your feet will sweat even though it is cold outside, so you need to wear socks that will wick the sweat away from the skin. Toe warmers are single-use inserts that provide gentle heat for up to six hours. You put them in your shoes above or

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Reviewers are calling Beautyrest’s Electric Heated Blanket — which includes pockets for your feet! — “a must-have for the winter months.” It’s machine washable (just unplug the heating cord), and at 62 by 52 inches, it’s large enough for snuggling both on the couch and in bed. The heated blanket is currently discounted as part of Amazon’s Big Fall Sale, which slashed prices on thousands of home essentials.

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Buy It! Beautyrest Electric Heated Blanket with Foot Pocket in White, $37.96 (orig. $51.99); amazon.com

Beautyrest’s blanket takes heated blankets to a new level when it comes to keeping your body warm from head to toe. It has all the features shoppers love, including three temperature levels, a soft plush feel, and an automatic shut-off function after two hours. But it’s the foot pockets that one reviewer says “make a huge difference” compared to other heated products.

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1) Beautyrest Heated Electric Throw with Foot Pocket . Perhaps the thought of wrapping up in a heated blanket is already starting to make you sweat, but you need a way to make your freezing-cold bedroom First, consider switching to flannel bedding, and then tuck this foot - warming mattress pad

Cold feet can also be combatted by the use of blankets , but often these trusty sheets of material fail Let’s just say, you have more chance of keeping your feet warm , without having to share the blanket with a friend or partner. You would have a heart attack! So you need to find a way to keep warm .

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Over 260 shoppers on Amazon have given it a five-star rating so far, with some adding that the blanket is great for keeping warm while working from home. “This is perfect for my desk,” said a reviewer. “If you get cold at your desk, go ahead and get one of these. My dog loves it too.”

Beautyrest’s heated blanket is as little as $31 right now. Shop it in four colors while it’s on sale.

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Buy It! Beautyrest Electric Heated Blanket with Foot Pocket in Gray, $30.60 (orig. $51.99); amazon.com

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