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Soft Heat Dobby Stripe 233 Thread-Count Low-Voltage Electric Heated King Mattress Pad, White

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  • Patented safe and warm non-hazardous low voltage technology is safer than others on the market; saves energy; sleep better in a cooler room
  • No more uncomfortable bulky wires; the ultra-thin wires inside the Soft Heat pads are almost impossible to feel; no annoying hot or cold spots
  • Convenient automatic temperature pre-heat and hold feature for cozy warm sheets; built in over-temperature protection for safety and peace of mind
  • Pad is divided into two separate zones and includes dual lighted controls for individual adjustment and comfort; automatically shuts off after 10-hours for convenience, safety and savings
  • Incredibly soft 233-thread-count, 80% polyester, 20% cotton, dobby stripe decorative shell; completely machine washable and dryable without any pilling, shrinking or stretching
  • The product also comes with a very detailed and user friendly user manual that includes the manufactures customer service # in case of questions or issues.
  • There is a manufacturers 5 year warranty on the product.
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Product Details

Size: King
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  • Product Dimensions: 78 x 80 inches ; 5.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • Item model number: LVPK-2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (739 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,068 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Size: King

We’ve designed a safe and incredibly soft electric mattress pad that not only warms your bed, but also rejuvenates it. Due to the all over penetrating warmth of this low-voltage mattress pad, you’ll start saving money on your energy bill while lowering your thermostat. The 233 thread-count 80% poly/20% cotton dobby stripe shell is incredibly soft, soothing and supportive. Constructed within the pad is the patented Safe & Warm low-voltage technology. This low-voltage mattress pad includes a small power supply box that changes 120 volt AC home current into non-hazardous low voltage DC current (very similar to a battery) to provide warmth, protection and safety even if the pad becomes wet. Unlike other warming pads with their thick bulky wires, the heating wires in the Soft Heat pads are so small, they are virtually unnoticeable. During construction we place the ultra thin wires 3-inches apart and evenly distribute them from head to toe. The benefit to you is a pad that gives more of an even heat and has no annoying hot or cold spots. The king size pad is divided in two separate zones and comes standard with two easy to read, easy to turn, non-slip computerized controllers to adjust the temperature of each side of the bed giving individual comfort and control. For cozy sheets before bed time, it has an automatic pre-heat and hold feature. You simply turn it on and the pad will warm up on HI until it reaches the temperature that you pre set your dial on, and then adjusts itself to hold it there. For your safety convenience and power conservation, it has an automatic shut off feature that will shut the pad off after 10 hours just in case you forget. It also comes standard with built in over-temperature protection for that extra bit of safety and peace of mind. On the controller, a giant backlit display with auto dimming feature provides more convenience for night time adjustments with out having to turn on the lights. A fitted skirt keeps it all in place.

Customer Reviews

I've been using this for at least one and a half years now and I love it.
Sarah Parker
Some of the negatives mentioned we have not experienced, there has been no humming or buzzing noise, really no discernable noise at all.
J. Dawson
I find that it heats the bed sheets in just a few minutes and even on the "low" setting it keeps the bed toasty warm all night.
John A. Swinderman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

495 of 527 people found the following review helpful By fishpick on March 18, 2010
Size Name: King Verified Purchase
The good: the concept is awesome - you push the button when you start getting ready for bed. The first 15 minutes the unit goes to high and the sheets are toasty warm when you hop in then the unit goes to the setting you selected. Both my wife and I found that LO or 1 was plenty! If you get up in the morning and forget to turn it off... it then turns off after 10 hours. All in all - terrific concept and warms things right up.

The bad: the transformers... since the unit is DC there are transformer boxes that sit on the floor. The issue here with both transformers is the high pitch whine / buzz that they make when converting AC to DC. That sound is made worse by the on/off cycling that the unit does based on the temp setting (cycles off more on LO than on HI). There is absolutely nothing you can do to stop it short of unplugging.

The awful: The manufacturer said some sound is "normal" and since both units do it - it must be normal. So - back to Amazon it went.

Very disappointing because it was nice getting into bed with warm sheets - but then not being able to fall asleep because of the horrible sounds... well... you get the point.
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195 of 206 people found the following review helpful By SeeBeeKay on October 20, 2010
Size Name: Queen
There are lots of reviews here, but only one mentions the noisy transformer problem, so I would like to share my experience with that.

We purchased our first queen Soft Heat mattress pad from Costco about 6 to 8 years ago. At that time, the electrical connector on the pad was smaller than it is on newer versions. After a couple of years, we noticed a faint burnt odor and saw that the connectors had become brown. We contacted Soft Heat, and they immediately sent us a replacement mattress pad with new controllers and an updated connector that was significantly larger. We have not had a problem with the connectors since then.

However, at some point we started noticing a strange noise in the middle of the night. It sounded sort of mechanical and sort of melodic, sometimes like an ink jet printer in the distance, or sometimes kind of like a telephone dial tone. It was one of those sounds that is really hard to locate the source of. It was quiet enough that we thought it was coming from farther away. Finally, weeks later, we held the Soft Heat transformers up to our ears and realized that they were causing the noise. Even when the mattress pad was turned off the noise would be there, and could only be stopped by unplugging the transformers.

We contacted Soft Heat, and they immediately sent us replacement transformers. The replacements also had the noise problem. We contacted Soft Heat again, and they said that their engineers were aware of the noise problem, and were working on a solution. This was maybe in 2008. A recent reviewer stated that the transformers are still noisy as of March 2010.

We decided to plug the transformers into power strip next to the bed, so we could switch them off in the middle of the night.
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180 of 192 people found the following review helpful By Tom Graham on January 7, 2009
Size Name: Twin Verified Purchase
This product could not be improved upon. It is soft, you feel no wires. It has a wide range of heat settings. I have not gone higher than 6, which is quite warm, but 1 is very mild, barely perceptible. Although it's a little pricey, I am not sorry I sprang for it, as it allows me to do with minimal heating of the room over night. I'm also happy about the reputation for safety- because it is always stretched flat, it cannot bunch into a ball, overheat and catch fire as an electric blanket can. Also, unlike how it is with an electric blanket, the heat feels as if diffused throughout the bed, rather than localized in the heat source.
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177 of 189 people found the following review helpful By Robert VINE VOICE on February 1, 2011
Size Name: King
Everyone loves this pad except for the "transformer noise". The purpose of this review is to explain what is going on and how to remove the noise.

What everyone is calling a transformer is actually a switching power supply. A switching power supply does indeed have a small transformer in it, but the transformer is operating at 14-20 kHz (cycles per second), which allows it to be relatively small. The sound put out by a switching power supply is such a high frequency that many people will not be able to hear it at all. That is why some people say they hear nothing at all while others are bothered by it. My guess is those who find the noise annoying are people who do not listen to lots of rock music. Those of us who listen to loud music have long since lost the ability to hear sounds above 15 kHz.

If you own one of these blankets and wish to get rid of the sound, put a large soup bowl or other bowl over it. The bowl size must be large enough to avoid an overheating of the enclosed powersupply. First time you try this, check to make sure the power supply is not getting too warm. High frequencies will not escape from underneath the bowl provided the power supply is on a carpet or placed on a hand towel.

A safer alternative to the bowl approach is to find a one foot piece of metal pipe with a diameter large enough to put the power supply inside. The pipe will not transmit the high frequencies effectively, and should remove the noise. If you can still hear the sound, try putting a hand cloth in the end facing out. The pipe should be metal to avoid resonating with the power supply.

Finally, if all else fails, buy an acid rock CD and listen to it full blast with earphones. I promise you will not notice the "transformer noise" again.
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