Heated Electric Mattress Pad Reviews

The non-profit Electric Blanket Institute™ presents professional, scientific and unbiased reviews of each of the major brands of heated electric mattress pads sold in the United States. We explain the major differences between the brands so you can choose the one that is best for you.

Although you can find consumer-written reviews at store sites, none of the major professional consumer product rating organizations, such as Consumer Reports®, has done a thorough review of heated mattress pads for about 15 years. Good Housekeeping® magazine did a short review in January 2010.

Many people in the United States have never heard of electric heated mattress pads. Of those who know about them, most that we speak with are surprised to learn that only four companies produce almost every electric mattress pad sold in the United States. Each of these producers sells under many brands. The heating technologies and the fabrics between each of the four producers vary considerably but the brands within each separate producer are quite similar.

To read a specific review, click on whichever company/brand you are interested in:

Economy Heated Mattress Pads

Deluxe Heated Mattress Pads

Choosing the Best Electric Bedding For YOU

1. Before You Buy – A MUST Review: the Lead Page of the Buyer's Guide offering:

  1. Major considerations before your purchase; and,
  2. Links to all of our Reviews and Ratings sections

2. Ready to Buy? If you want to see a list of retailers carrying each of the major brands of Heated MATTRESS PADS this year, click Heated Mattress Pad Retailers OR for Heated BLANKETS, click Stores Selling Electric Blankets.

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