We're all stuck at home during Lockdown. 3.0 and this time it's winter – which means we're doing what we can to stay warm while we're busying ourselves working from home, helping the kids with distance learning or even just binge watching the next big thing on Netflix.
How to keep the chills at bay? One solution is to hike up the heating – but then be prepared to pay the price when the energy bill rolls in. Some of us might grab a blanket to keep warm – but what if I told you there's a better way, and it'll revolutionise your stay-at-home experience?
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I am of course talking about the titular wearable blanket, which has been developed by sleep experts Silentnight to help the nation stay cosy at home without turning the heating up – or even on at all. It's made of fluffy teddy fleece, which keeps in the heat and the blanket is supersized, so one size fits all and completely covers from neck to toe. It's machine washable at 40 degrees and comes in three neutral shades; silver, charcoal and blush.
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Silentnight Snugsie wearable blanket, 14.99, Amazon
It folds in on itself to form a cushion that can be kept on hand for chilly moments. We can see ourselves living in this… until at least May!
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Silentnight said: "We know that many of our customers will be worried about rising energy bills as Covid restrictions mean they and their families spend more time at home, be it working or relaxing.
"That's why we developed Snugsie, our cosiest blanket yet that guarantees comfort from top to toe. The teddy fleece fabrics retains heat and ensures those wearing it remain toasty even while the outdoor temperatures take their inevitable wintry turn."
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