On 1/22/2016 6:39 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Of course, the temperature matters, but in my experience, a 70W blanket
will cook you.
If it doesn't, put a blanket on top of it.
If you turn down the dial, the total watts on high isn't very relevant
unless you want to preheat in an instant.
Darn right. I don't know the wattage of my blanket, but the control
goes from 1 to 10 and if I put it on anything higher than 1, I'm too
hot. That's in a bedroom that's 66 or 65, iirc, but even if it were
colder, I don't think I could go over 2.
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