As the holidays approach, the temps are dropping all over the country. Unless you live in Florida or Hawaii, you're sure to experience freezing temps and even snow. You want to climb into your apartment and stay there forever, only it's not exactly warm in there, especially if you live in an older unit that doesn't have great heat or insulation. We've been there, and it can be tough. Plus, you don't want to pay through the nose for your electric or gas bill. It pays to get the right products in your apartment to stay warm. We've curated some excellent items that will help you get through the chilly months.
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If you've never used an electric blanket, you haven't experienced true warmth in a cold bedroom. This one has 10 heating levels and an overheating function that avoids burns and material damage. The queen and king sizes each have two controllers, so each person can have his or her own temperature set for ideal sleep. It will even revert to the last setting used within 15 minutes of the last use. It even has two different sides: one soft sherpa fleece side and another smooth satin-finished side. It's also a breeze to wash by unplugging the backlit control units and then tossing it in the dryer on the lowest temp. For a mere $154, you can get the king sized version.
Space heaters have come a long way., and the proof is right here. This ceramic tower heater not only has four heating and fan modes, but it also makes use of PTC ceramic heating that's more efficient. It also has a smartphone app and voice control. What's more, it's also compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant. It also adjusts via its built-in sensor (when paired with the optional Thermo-hygrometer) to accommodate for ambient temperature levels. If you're concerned about noise levels when you sleep, it operates as less than 48 decibels, and the light modes can be adjusted via the app. Finally, it has tip-over protection, 75° oscillation, over-heating protection, a safety lock for kids as well as a timer. You can get it for a mere $102 right now.
If you work from home and you don't want to crank up the heat in your whole place, you can just get a great heated office mat that will keep your feet toasty, and hence your whole body. You don't even need to take off your shoes to feel ght heat. It can adjust between 85℉ to 145℉ in 10-degree increments. It also has overheating protection, foot controls, and an automatic shutoff feature that operates after three hours. The materials are wear-resistant, waterproof, and non-slip. Dimensions measure in at 17.3" x 12.6", so it's enough space for most folks.
No matter how warm your apartment is, your toilet seat is pretty much always cold. You can easily remedy that with this easy-to-install toilet seat with three temperature settings and illumination. Just install it like a normal toilet seat and plug it in. It uses a STA-TITE fastening system to keep things secure, and it also has a soft-close feature to avoid the dreaded slamming by your kids. The Precision Seat Fit moves front to back for perfect coverage, and it also fite elongated toilets from Kohler, American Standard, TOTO, etc. The blue LED glow ensures you won't mess with your night vision, and it still lets you see in the darkness. You can buy it now for $126 and enjoy a warm tush.
You can use this one inside or on your apartment balcony this winter. The Redcamp chair is super-sturdy and provides great comfort with deep padded cushions with built-in heating elements. Its high back reclines and the padded arms are just right. The heated cushions use USB charge ports, and you can even charge it up using your computer or battery pack. The cushion uses durable double-layer 600D oxford cloth. Choose between three different heating levels, and fold it up for use on the go. It'll make apartment and outdoor living warm and toasty. All this for a mere $100