Realize that for whatever reason, weighted blankets are NOT the same size as normal blankets. Apparently they are considered more ‘throws’ than blanket, and meant to be on top of the bed, but not tucked in. Found this for comparison:
Most twin sized mattresses measure around 39” by 75.” The standard twin size blanket dimensions will be around 66” by 90”.
Note, I have/use a weighted blanket. It is “queen-sized” at 60" x 80". I started using it last year because I literally have cold feet. So I turn this sideways, and then I can tuck it in on all three sides, but only comes a third of the way up. Which is fine by me.
So, to sum up… all weighted blankets have not-normal sizes. Be aware.
@steeltoesenator But the negative of, he may need that spot cleaning at 3 am because he’s just messily dispatched a VERY large raccoon, and now needs comfort and snuggles but also has had his face in a raccoon.
It’s a sad commentary on dog ownership/Stockholm syndrome (debunked with humans, substantiable with dogs) that, after trying to fend him off, I resigned myself to dying of diseases and just washing all the bedding very thoroughly the next day.
I’m not buying this one, but the whole idea of what amounts to having a thin, spread out animal sleeping on top of you all night I just can’t get. Reminds me of Mitch Hedburg: “Wearing a turtleneck is like having a really weak guy strangling you all day long.”
Hate to be negative but Amazon has the same blanket for $25.99 with 1 day shipping free to prime members , so why buy it here in all honesty, 15 lbs. 48x72 inches, that is WITH OUT THE SHERPA LINING , The comparison is now 15% off on Amazon so it is actually $53.54 with one day shipping so if you want the lining Than buy the Meh blanket, here’s another tidbit they say the blanket for full effect needs to be 10% of body weight so a 15lb blanket is for someone 140 to 160 lbs. good luck hope this helps!!!