To state the obvious, winter is cold. And sometimes, winter is very cold. This is where we lean into all things heated to keep us cozy, like a cozy scented candle, space heater or a heated blanket. While all of those things are excellent, sometimes they’re not enough to defrost your inner not-so-chill chill. And then there’s a heated mattress pad. Yes, an actual heated mattress pad that you can sleep on.
Obviously, the Beautyrest Heated Mattress Pad is a mattress pad that heats up and keeps you toasty all night (or nap) long. And because it’s a heated mattress pad and not just a heated blanket, the cozy toastiness is so much more intense. Think of it like a warm and cuddly aura of toasty. And then, if you pair it with a heated blanket — wow, look out, world!!
With a rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars based on nearly 4,000 reviews, I think it’s safe to say that this heated mattress pad is pretty much a life-changing purchase. And, like, a cozy beauty sleep is basically the key to happiness.
The machine-washable Beautyrest Heated Mattress Pad features five heat settings and evenly-spaced heating elements to deliver even heat distribution throughout the mattress pad. It also comes with a 1-hour pre-heat feature so you can jump-start the warming process. Like, are you cozy just thinking about this?
As far as safety goes, the mattress pad comes with an automatic shut-off feature after 10 straight hours of use. You know, for those mornings when you just want to stay in bed forever.
Per Amazon shoppers, the Beautyrest Heated Mattress Pad heats up pretty much immediately. One Amazon shopper who used to only use heated blankets says that the heated mattress pad is way better. “The heat is all around you instead of just on top,” they explained.
“I bought this in 2020 and have used it everyday since. If/when it ever dies, I will buy this exact product that day,” wrote another Amazon shopper. “Honestly I might just buy a second one.”
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