Winter Sheet: This sheet becomes a heater in winter, find out where you can buy it

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After all the winter work is done, getting into the cold bed and duvet at night seems like a chore in itself. Though with the help of room heater, you can heat your room, but the bed still remains cold. But now there is no need to worry because this time technology has created a sheet that warms the bed after a few minutes. Let us know where it can be purchased and how it is used.

It is very easy to use. You need to place it on his bed, spread your regular sheet over it, and simply plug the included plug into the nightstand switch. Please note that the end of the plug should be facing the head while putting on. Now once you turn on you get 3 modes.

The first mode is Light, the second mode is Medium, and the third mode is High.

In the bitter cold of December and January, turn it on high mode 10 minutes before going to bed, and lie comfortably in a warm bed for 10 minutes. But remember that after going to bed, you should do it on medium or light mode because after going to bed it will not need so much heat. However, it also has excessive heat treatment and this bed warmer automatically turns off after running continuously for 12 hours.

very easy to buy

You can buy it from any online platform like Amazon or Flipkart. It comes in two sizes, one for a single bed and the other for a double bed. Talking about the price, these bed warmers start from Rs 999 but if you want to take care of durability and safety then good bed warmers can be found in the range of 2500 to 3000. Make sure that the bed warmer you buy is at a shock proof, come with at least a year warranty and have a good quality 2 pin plug.

Low-quality plugs risk being shot certic

The electric bed warmer comes in five colours: cream, blue, grey, red, white and purple. Speaking of power consumption, only 2 coils of 70 watts each are needed. Accordingly, even if you use this sheet for 12 hours a day, this sheet consumes less electricity than a ceiling fan.

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