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Fitted electric blankets
Whirlydragon Downunda
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RE: Fitted electric blankets
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 03:26 AM)
Had one. Lasted one year..kaput.

We only need it for a few more months, hopefully it will last years since it's pretty fancy.

Jinky Jock Spock  Wrote: (07-13-2018 03:27 AM)
I have only got an old acoustic blanket!
Top tip:
Don't piss the bed!

Rofl
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Post: #17
RE: Fitted electric blankets
I like electric blankets in the winter because my toes are always cold. Probably a circulation issue, 1dunno1 30 watts seems to fix the problem on the colder nights. When I was mining I had battery powered socks lol!
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RE: Fitted electric blankets
☠️∞⚡∞☠️  Wrote: (07-13-2018 03:29 AM)
The electrical current and emf emitted by them interferes with ones natural current.

All the neurons of the human brain if put together, can generate enough electricity to power a low-wattage light bulb.

Fun fact.

Maybe for normal people it interferes, I've evolved to harvest energy from the interference and enjoy it. Heartflowers

I love 'lectricity, that is a fun fact.
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RE: Fitted electric blankets
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 03:46 AM)
I use an electric heating pad on my shoulders when I get pains in my neck and shoulders. I can hear it buzzing sometimes.

Yep! I used to have a heating pad I'd lay on like a lizard, it was great!

LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 03:50 AM)
I use my electric blanket year round, even when the temperature outside is 90 degrees. I can't sleep in a cold bed and I also wear socks in the winter.
I've tried the heated mattress cover that the o.p. is talking about but it is too uncomfortable for me to sleep on.
Since my partner doesn't like heated blankets, I use a twin sized electric blanket in a king sized bed.

Wow! Year round! I usually like a cold bed since I heat up massively while asleep and peel off socks and such even in winter.

Why are they uncomfortable for you? That seems like a good compromise you got going on, a hot blanket just to throw over your side of the bed.
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RE: Fitted electric blankets
Bao2  Wrote: (07-13-2018 04:12 AM)
Whirlydragon Downunda  Wrote: (07-13-2018 03:17 AM)
They go under your fitted sheet. It's soooooooooo nice. Last night was one of the coldest nights forecast this winter and I was freezing the whole day. Then I got in bed.....

It's a great little electromagnetic field and current to "slurp" up too for big dragons like me, even on the low setting.

When I got in bed I found the cat under the covers enjoying the warmth too! chuckle

Most of you are probably in the northern hemisphere and experiencing summer now, but do you have any experience with electric blankets?

I had a dream one time that they were also wifi hotspots and measured your blood pressure.....

I have some magnets
chuckle

Really. Daydream1
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Post: #21
RE: Fitted electric blankets
In the winter I generate a lot of static electricity. lol

And I found that I could use a Bluetooth receiver, a set of headphones, and a minkie (sp?) blanket to not only capture and control the Bluetooth connections around me but also the wifi as old routers are 2.4 lol
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RE: Fitted electric blankets
Strange Candy  Wrote: (07-13-2018 04:45 AM)
I have a small electric heating pad/blanket.
It's good to use on sore parts. It still works and it's many years old.

I used it when I had a severe gallbladder pain attack and it worked wonders. Heartflowers

I think my dad used to have a heating blanket but it broke.

Wonderful! Do you have many gallbladder issues? I used to and they even wanted to remove it but I figured out to stop eating soybean oil and canola oil. If I eat any of that stuff I get pain within a couple hours. Heartflowers
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ethersangel  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:01 AM)
I hate heated blankets and such... My son loves them. His cat has figured out how to turn it on. when it's really cold we always know where to find the kitty.

I never used to like electric blankets but I never had one that went beneath you before.

Yea the felines seem to love these things! That's cute it figured out how to turn it on.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:14 AM)
Mine started smoking one night so that was it for me.

what if it starts smoking while you are asleep?

could be curtains... just sayin

That would suck! It's worth the risk to be warm, they don't have gas here in most homes and power is very expensive so the heater rarely comes on.
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RE: Fitted electric blankets
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:16 AM)
I like electric blankets in the winter because my toes are always cold. Probably a circulation issue, 1dunno1 30 watts seems to fix the problem on the colder nights. When I was mining I had battery powered socks lol!

WOW! I've heard of plug-in boots but not battery powered socks! Yea my hands and feet get really cold easily.
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RE: Fitted electric blankets
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:22 AM)
In the winter I generate a lot of static electricity. lol

And I found that I could use a Bluetooth receiver, a set of headphones, and a minkie (sp?) blanket to not only capture and control the Bluetooth connections around me but also the wifi as old routers are 2.4 lol

Fun! You should make a thread about it!
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Post: #27
RE: Fitted electric blankets
Whirlydragon Downunda  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:24 AM)
Wonderful! Do you have many gallbladder issues? I used to and they even wanted to remove it but I figured out to stop eating soybean oil and canola oil. If I eat any of that stuff I get pain within a couple hours. Heartflowers

I sure did, but took medical advice instead of getting it removed.
I was over doing caffeine and greasy food, got some stones.

Even though nothing bad has happened since, I want it removed eventually.

Jhikpghf No caffeine, nothing too greasy.

Used to hopefully means it doesn't trouble you anymore. Heartflowers

The pain from that awful organ is a bit unbearable. lol

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Post: #28
RE: Fitted electric blankets
Whirlydragon Downunda  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:31 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:22 AM)
In the winter I generate a lot of static electricity. lol

And I found that I could use a Bluetooth receiver, a set of headphones, and a minkie (sp?) blanket to not only capture and control the Bluetooth connections around me but also the wifi as old routers are 2.4 lol

Fun! You should make a thread about it!

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Whirlydragon Downunda
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Post: #29
RE: Fitted electric blankets
Strange Candy  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:41 AM)
Whirlydragon Downunda  Wrote: (07-13-2018 05:24 AM)
Wonderful! Do you have many gallbladder issues? I used to and they even wanted to remove it but I figured out to stop eating soybean oil and canola oil. If I eat any of that stuff I get pain within a couple hours. Heartflowers

I sure did, but took medical advice instead of getting it removed.
I was over doing caffeine and greasy food, got some stones.

Even though nothing bad has happened since, I want it removed eventually.

Jhikpghf No caffeine, nothing too greasy.

Used to hopefully means it doesn't trouble you anymore. Heartflowers

The pain from that awful organ is a bit unbearable. lol

Oh! Don't remove it if it doesn't trouble you! Surgery could kill you! No, mine doesn't trouble me anymore. I couldn't give up oil and grease and fat so I figured out which ones were the problem. No problems eating all the other oils! So too much caffeine eh? chuckle

Yea the pain from it is pretty bad, feels like you got shot. I never had stones but they said my whole gallbladder was gonna crystallize!
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