Loads of people are looking for clever ways to keep warm this winter and trying to put off cranking up the central heating for as long as possible.
This comes as the cost of living crisis has resulted in soaring bills for households across the country.
Electric blankets and portable heaters have been a favourite for many shoppers, with products in high demand this autumn and winter.
Asda customers have been raving about one particular electric blanket that promises to keep you cosy without breaking the bank.
The Silentnight heated throw costs £40, which is a lot for a blanket, but nothing compared the hefty bills people are facing.
The throw is described online as: "The super-soft fleece provides extra cosiness, whilst the 3 heat settings allow you to choose a temperature that is just right for you."
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Shoppers have been raving about the blanket, with some even taking the time to leave reviews online.
One wrote: "Light, soft and good heat range with two hour automatic switch off.
"Perfect size for a single bed or to snuggle under when watching TV on a chilly might. Even cosier with another light fleecy throw on top on the bed."
Another agreed: "This was my second purchase as a gift, both were bought with the price of switching on heating at the forefront of my decision. My sister and grandson agree it’s the best present ever."
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The throw currently has a product rating of 4.5 stars online – so what's not to love?
Electric blankets can cost as little as 19.6p to run for one hour, which works out at £10.19 to run one for an hour a day for an entire year.
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