Couverture lestée 144 ° – 8kg pour l'anxiété, l'autisme, l'insomnie, etc. £ 32.99 livré @ onlinehomesho

Couverture lestée 144 ° – 8kg pour l'anxiété, l'autisme, l'insomnie, etc. £ 32.99 livré @ onlinehomesho

janvier 14, 2020 0 Par admin

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Is the quality any good on these as ebay seem cheaper but look the same.

Are these better than the ones on ebay?

ukmonkey11/01/2020 17:33

Is the quality any good on these as ebay seem cheaper but look the same.

AmrozeAhmad11/01/2020 17:48

Are these better than the ones on ebay?

I can’t find an 8kg for less then £40 on ebay, so I thought this would be worth a shot. Their returns are easy too so I thought I would give it a go.

I’m giving it a try. Thanks for the tip!

Which weight is suitable for a 5 year old? Thanks.

Edited by: « Alessandra15 » 11th Jan

Edited by: « Rockpaperfunko » 11th Jan

Do you attach this to a duvet or just drape it over the top?

I found an 8kg one on eBay for £35 or best offer. Trying my luck. Failing that this one will be getting ordered

Longy11/01/2020 18:02

Do you attach this to a duvet or just drape it over the top?

You can buy covers for them or put a regular duvet cover on them. My daughter uses hers on top of regular duvet but she is a cold sleeper!

Alessandra1511/01/2020 17:59

Which weight is suitable for a 5 year old? Thanks.

Rockpaperfunko11/01/2020 18:02

Its usually 10% of body weight so the 4kg should be about right for a 5 …Its usually 10% of body weight so the 4kg should be about right for a 5 year old

An average five-year old doesn’t weight 40kg!… 40lb, probably (or 18kg-ish).

Rockpaperfunko11/01/2020 18:04

You can buy covers for them or put a regular duvet cover on them. My …You can buy covers for them or put a regular duvet cover on them. My daughter uses hers on top of regular duvet but she is a cold sleeper!

Thanks. I live in a cold house so would probably like it in addition to the duvet.

fanpages11/01/2020 18:07

An average five-year old doesn’t weight 40kg!… 40lb, probably (or …An average five-year old doesn’t weight 40kg!… 40lb, probably (or 18kg-ish).

Too late, she bought already.

i been in the market for one of these to try for some time i am 133 pounds do most places would recommend around 6kg
this seems like a great price from what i have seen any recommendations

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Still showing as in stock for me?

do you guys think the 6kg is a good deal next best prices are about 36 on ebay but i would worry about quality

Does this actually work ?

kinderkid11/01/2020 18:58

do you guys think the 6kg is a good deal next best prices are about 36 on …do you guys think the 6kg is a good deal next best prices are about 36 on ebay but i would worry about quality

Looking at the 6kg and 8kg blankets. The difference in weight is proportionate to the size. (6kg = 2.25m sq, 8kg = 3m sq) So I reckon each panel is stitched to hold the same weight and the 8kg one is only heavier because its bigger. I think the only way you would see a difference with the bigger one would be if you folded it over and doubled it up.

My son had one made, he is 7, and my wife sees a noticeable difference if she uses his blanket which is only about 1m x 1m, so I’d imagine even if these are on the light side they would still be better than having nothing. Apparently its mainly across the chest/back you feel the weight, as my sons is smaller than a single cover, so if you really felt the 6kg was light then the smaller one doubled across your upper body would probably work well.

Edited by: « Regprentice » 11th Jan

fanpages11/01/2020 18:07

An average five-year old doesn’t weight 40kg!… 40lb, probably (or …An average five-year old doesn’t weight 40kg!… 40lb, probably (or 18kg-ish).

4kg seems a little bit heavy for 5 year old although depends on their size. Guidance I’ve read when looking for one for our daughter said 10% of body weight plus 1-2 lbs which makes quite a difference for kids. In the end I went for a Hugaroo one from Amazon at £39.99 and it has been great for our 6 (almost 7) year old at just under 4kg and does not seem too heavy.

That one is very soft with weighted individual beads sewn inside so no danger of weight moving. The other night she was sick over it and duvet in the night and it has washed very well. Bought it for her aunts to give her for Christmas but when they saw and felt it they wanted one for themselves.

Alessandra1511/01/2020 17:59

Which weight is suitable for a 5 year old? Thanks.

Rockpaperfunko11/01/2020 18:02

Its usually 10% of body weight

fanpages11/01/2020 18:07

An average five-year old doesn’t weight 40kg!… 40lb, probably (or …An average five-year old doesn’t weight 40kg!… 40lb, probably (or 18kg-ish).

Roygroyg12/01/2020 17:35

4kg seems a little bit heavy for 5 year old although depends on their …4kg seems a little bit heavy for 5 year old although depends on their size. Guidance I’ve read when looking for one for our daughter said 10% of body weight plus 1-2 lbs which makes quite a difference for kids. In the end I went for a Hugaroo one from Amazon at £39.99 and it has been great for our 6 (almost 7) year old at just under 4kg and does not seem too heavy. That one is very soft with weighted individual beads sewn inside so no danger of weight moving. The other night she was sick over it and duvet in the night and it has washed very well. Bought it for her aunts to give her for Christmas but when they saw and felt it they wanted one for themselves.

To clairfy; is it…

a) Body weight plus 1-2 lbs, & 10% of the total, or

Both calculations produce a figure over 4kg (for an average five-year old).

Seems to be back in stock now

fanpages12/01/2020 17:44

To clairfy; is it…a) Body weight plus 1-2 lbs, & 10% of the total, orb) …To clairfy; is it…a) Body weight plus 1-2 lbs, & 10% of the total, orb) 10% of body weight, & then add 1-2 lb?Both calculations produce a figure over 4kg (for an average five-year old).

Agree with the above. We’ve had a blanket handmade in the past. Another thing to think about is size to weight.

With these blankets they are quite large and a lot of the weight you are buying will be on the bed as opposed to on you.

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The 8kg blanket is only heavier than the 6kg because its bigger. For the 4kg, 6kg or 8kg blankets the weight stitched into each square appears to be the same so I wouldn’t get caught up in which is heavier, but how likely you are to use it in a bed, on a sofa and which size would be more appropriate and whether you would be likely to fold a larger one over to ‘double’ it’s weight.

Edited by: « Regprentice » 12th Jan


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