Beurer heated overblankets
Deluxe heat: perfectly soft and super cosy
The heated overblankets' extra-soft surfaces give you a cosy warm feeling in the evening when it's cold outside. They are breathable and snuggly and the removable switch means that they can easily be machine-washed if required.
Beurer heated overblankets – an extra layer to keep you warm
If you want to keep warm on the couch, in bed or if you like wrapping yourself in a warm blanket while sitting at the table, a Beurer heated throw is perfect. Our heatable blankets are ideal for warming up quickly. Probably the most important advantage of the heated blankets is that you can apply heat exactly where you need it. You can adjust the heat you need indoors just as you want it and significantly reduce heating. Thanks to our diverse range of designs and colours, the blankets fit into almost any living space.
What characterises Beurer's high-quality heated throws?
With over 100 years of experience in the field of electric heat, we rely on high-quality manufacturing and high safety standards.
Beurer heated blankets consume just 100 to 150 watts per hour on their highest temperature setting, depending on their size.
* More information at www.beurer.com/energy
Safety is ensured thanks to our Beurer safety system.
The material of the heated blankets is Oeko-Tex® standard 100 certified and is characterised by textiles tested for harmful substances to ensure they are harmless to your health.
Taking into account the specifications, the heated blankets are machine-washable and are therefore easy to keep clean.
We provide a 3-year manufacturer's warranty for our heated throws.
How safe are heated overblankets in daily use?
Beurer safety system (BSS)
Beurer heat pads and heated underblankets are fitted with overheating protection (BSS):
- Safety thanks to the device's electronic overheating protection system
- Automatic switch-off in the event of a fault
Automatic switch-off for safe use
The automatic switch-off function on our heated throws is a convenient safety feature. After 3 hours, the temperature setting display will start to flash and the heat supply will stop. To start using the blanket again, simply turn it off and then on again. The automatic switch-off function provides protection if you forget to turn it off. If you intend on using the heated throw for several hours, we advise setting the lowest temperature setting on the control.
How do I clean my heated overblanket correctly?
Before washing it is important that you remove the mains plug from the socket and then pull the connector out of the heated blanket. The control must never come into contact with water or other liquids, as this may cause damage.
Set your washing machine to a particularly gentle cycle at 30°C and use a mild laundry detergent. To ensure the throw has a long life, it should not be washed too often. Instead, you can remove small marks by hand.
After washing, bring the throw to its original shape and preferably lay it flat on a clothes horse. In addition, the heated throw must not be wrung out, tumble dried, mangled, or ironed.
It is important that the heated blanket is fully dried before connecting it to the plug and before use. Failure to do so may result in damage to the electric blanket.
How do I ensure more heat when using the electric heated throws?
As a general rule, heated blankets release their heat in all directions – i.e. including into the room. To prevent the heat from escaping into the room, we recommend completely covering the throw with a normal blanket whilst it warms. Make sure that the blanket is completely covered. If the heated blanket is only partially covered, it may overheat in certain areas. In the worst case, the overheating triggers the Beurer safety system – the heated blanket would then be irreversibly damaged.