NANO-CERAMIC BEAD TECHNOLOGY:
The most advanced weighted blanket filling on the planet! Say goodbye to cheap glass and plastic
bead fillings that feel like a “quilt of cornhole bags…” and hello to silky serenity with our
Nano-Ceramic Beads. This filling stays distributed throughout the entire blanket, while
making you feel like you’re on a white sand beach.
HOW IT WORKS:
The weighted blanket has been shown to increase serotonin and melatonin, the hormones
responsible for calming relaxation, while decreasing cortisol, the hormone responsible for
stress. This natural, physiological approach decreases heart rate, blood pressure, and more,
improving mood and promoting restful sleep and relaxation.
PERFECT FOR HOT AND COLD SLEEPERS:
Degrees of comfort weighted blanket includes 2 duvet covers. [fleece cover comes preassembled]
one cozy, warm fleece material cover to keep you toasty in the winter, the other made of
coolmax microfiber technology to ventilate heat away from your body.
SCM HOME :
SCM HOME is a globally integrated “one source solution” providing comprehensive and
innovative design and brand execution to home furnishing marketplaces. Designing our
products to be simple and efficient while staying stylish means we will have the best value.
★DIMENSION: Size M : 1 x Blanket (W:100 x L:150 cm) and 2 x covers; Size L : 1 x Blanket (W:150 x L:200 cm) and 2 x covers
★PREMIUM QUALITY: the weighted inner layer is made of 100% high quality cotton and the weighted filling is durable, hypoallergenic, odorless and non-toxic
★EXQUISITE DESIGN: The gridded stitching ensures the weighted blanket’s internal beads remain uniformly distributed to keep the weight properly distributed.
★NEW FASHION: A weighted Blanket is engineered to be 7-12% of your body weight to relax the nervous system by simulating the feeling of being held or hugged to help you fall asleep faster.
★SCM GUARANTEE: Quickly delivey by Amazon from UK. 30-day return and replacement service. 12 month limited manufacturer warranty. 24/7 professional customer service