Aldi releases $29 ‘must-have’ item for winter

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It’s officially winter, which means it’s time to rug up and get cozy.

Aldi Australia has released a Heated Travel Blanket which shoppers are calling a must-have for the chilly season.

Aldi heated blanket
Aldi has released a $29 Heated Travel Blanket that shoppers are calling a ‘must-have’ item for winter.

For $29.99, the latest Special Buy item plugs into your car so you can use it when camping or caravanning.

It’s made from soft polyester fleece and includes a 12V car adaptor and a 2m detachable power cable.

Aldi have released the blanket in three different shades, but it will only be available in stores while stocks last.

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Shoppers online have been raving about the winter buy, with some calling it ‘fantastic’.

“Gosh darn it, Aldi has done it again!,” one user wrote. “It is truly amazing how cutting edge products like this end up in an Aldi catalogue.”

Another shopper added: “Take my money, it’s going to be freezing out there!”

Others have suggested that the blanket will be great for attending outdoor cinemas and sporting matches.

“They are amazing,” one mum wrote. “Perfect for the kids when they come off the field to warm up.”

If you don’t have a car to plug the blanket into, or you miss out on the Aldi sale, here are some other popular electric blankets online:

Matt Blatt - Ovela Fully Fitted Electric Blanket

This Ovela Fully Fitted Electric Blanket from Matt Blatt is available in a number of sizes from $29.
This blanket from Matt Blatt is available in a number of sizes from $29. Photo: Matt Blatt

Myer - Breville BodyZone Antibacterial Fitted Electric Blanket

This ‘multi-zoned’ electric heated blanket
This ‘multi-zoned’ electric blanket is available at Myer from $169. Photo: Myer

Amazon Australia - Tontine Sherpa Electric Blanket

electric blanket on Amazon
This ‘soft and cosy’ blanket is listed on Amazon at $99. Photo: Amazon

Bing Lee - Sunbeam Feel Perfect Therapeutic Heat Pad

Bing Lee heat pad
Great for targeted spot relief, this smaller heat pad is just $54 at Bing Lee. Photo: Bing Lee

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