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10 Best Weighted Blankets According to Amazon Reviews

Get better sleep, and potentially reduce anxiety and stress, with deep pressure touch from these top-rated weighted blankets on Amazon.

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Buying a weighted blanket

You’ve probably heard the hype surrounding weighted blankets. And it’s real. In 2017, one of the first weighted blankets for the general public, Gravity Blanket, received a total of $4 million on its Kickstarter campaign.

Their popularity comes down to the promise of improving sleep, reducing anxiety, and stress.

Typically, weighted blankets will contain glass, steel, or plastic beads or poly pellets as fillers to give them the added weight to gently “hug” you, according to Rocabi, a weighted blanket company. The material of the blankets can range from cotton to fleece. The cover can consist of materials including synthetic fibers or natural fibers, like wool.

But, weighted blankets can be—as the name suggests—heavy. You should choose the right size blanket depending on your own weight. Occupational therapy guidelines recommend choosing a blanket that is 10 percent of an individual’s body weight, explains Danielle Lake, MS, an occupational therapist in Havertown, Pennsylvania.

The size of the blanket also matters. “The blanket should fit evenly on top of the mattress so that no weights are hanging over the edge of the bed,” Lake says. “The blanket should never cover the individual’s head, and parents should always provide supervision when using a weighted blanket with their child.”

Ready to give weighted blankets a try? Here are some of the best-rated weighted blankets on Amazon for your sleeping style. Plus, check out these easy ways to sleep better.

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Degrees of Comfort Weighted Blanket

$120

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If you don’t want to settle on quality when it comes to a weighted blanket, consider this brand that occupational therapists love. It has a unique calming ability, thanks to its deep pressure stimulation—a gentle hug, squeeze, or hold that promotes feelings of relaxation. It also has a nano-ceramic bead technology so the filling stays put when you move around. This weighted blanket comes with options—11 different sizes and weights to be exact. It also comes with two duvet covers, unlike other brands that offer duvets sold separately.

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BUZIO Sherpa Fleece Weighted Blanket

$61

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Alex Savy, a certified sleep science coach and the founder of SleepingOcean.com, recommends this model because it combines fleece and faux sherpa fur on both sides. “This outer texture allows you to use it throughout the year without feeling too hot or too cold,” Savy says. It has an impressive seven-layer bead-design with deep pressure touch. As previously mentioned, this simulates the feeling of getting a hug, and comes in eight different sizes to accommodate most individuals. (There’s a scientific reason why you always sleep under blankets—even when it’s hot. )

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CuteKing Bamboo Weighted Blanket

$80

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If you live in a warmer climate but still like to snuggle under heavy covers, this breathable weighted blanket is for you. It’s made of bamboo fabric and is filled with glass beads locked inside polyester that have a high specific heat capacity. This allows you to maintain an ideal body temperature throughout the night, which can help reduce the number of times you wake up. “This fabric will wick away moisture and promote airflow between the layers of the blanket,” says Savy.

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Royal Therapy Weighted Blanket Adult & Kids Bed

$65

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This weighted blanket comes in 10 different color options to match just about any room decor. It is made out of eco-friendly glass beads that are not only durable, but non-toxic. Plus, they’re completely odorless, so you can feel good about snuggling up to it with your child and/or pet. But perhaps the most unique quality about this weighted blanket is its seven layers of breathable, lightweight fabric. This helps your body regulate its temperature so you’re not too cool or too hot. (These are the best gifts for staying warm and cozy.)

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Bedextra Weighted Blanket Heavy Adult Kids

$60

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Like many high-quality and top-rated weighted blankets, this one fills all the requirements. It has deep touch therapy and is made from 100 percent breathable cotton with no toxic chemicals. It is also hypoallergenic so those who are sensitive to certain materials shouldn’t have any issues with this blanket. The unique aspect is that it’s filled with high density patented “HugBeads” made out of quartz micro-spheres instead of glass beads or poly pellets that can be on the louder side.

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Chilla 20 lbs Weighted Blanket Set

$150

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As its name suggests, this brand of weighted blanket promises to be made out of fabrics that will keep you cooler than its competitors. They credit their special manufacturing processes for being able to create a fabric that allows air to easily pass through so that you’re warm without ever overheating. Its 120 pockets containing an equal amount of weight help ensure that the blanket doesn’t become lopsided or uneven. It also comes clad with an ultra-soft minky duvet cover that can be attached by eight tie points. (This is the best sleeping room temperature to boost your metabolism.)

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WONAP Cooling Weighted Blanket

$110

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This WONAP weighted blanket comes in all shapes and sizes—14 different varieties to be exact. It’s made out of a breathable natural bamboo fabric that can be used year-round and is hypoallergenic, non-toxic, and totally odorless. If you live in a high-heat area, this blanket’s cool touch and anti-humid qualities will be comforting. It contains glass beads that are spread out evenly through the blanket in a design that reduces noisy sounds so you (and your bed partner) can sleep in peace. (This is what happens when you don’t get enough sleep.)

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CoziRest Cooling Weighted Blanket

$110

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This weighted blanket only comes in one size—king—but offers three different weighted varieties. It’s ideal for a couple who wants to snuggle together underneath. It’s composed of seven layers of 100 percent natural, hypoallergenic and toxic-free materials and glass beads that are suspended in 300 grams per square meter of fluffy polyfill padding. To prevent these beads from moving around, they are double-stitched inside 5″ squares. (Check out these strange sleep tips experts say work.)

King Size Weighted Blanket for Couples

$40

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If you want to give this whole weighted blanket thing a try, but aren’t keen on spending serious money until you know whether or not it can help with an inability to fall asleep or anxiety, this is a great starter blanket. It has the seven-layers to push you off into dreamland and the bamboo material that’s both flexible and comfortable. This is a heavier blanket that might not be as breathable as others, but it is great at keeping you warm during the winter months. (Here are some tips on how to better handle your anxiety.)

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Baloo Weighted Blanket ‘Mini’

$150

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This blanket adds the perfect amount of pressure and molds to one’s body to mimic the feeling of a warm hug. It’s meant to be about eight to 12 percent of your body weight, which is right in the middle of the recommended 10 percent. It is made out of a high-quality type of cotton and certified lead-free glass microbeads and is free of harmful chemicals. It’s not one-size-fits-all—it comes in three different weighted amounts: 12 lb, 15 lb, and 20 lb. (Next, read these daily habits to adopt for better sleep.)

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