Sunbeam Cuddle Up Heated Throw.
Two words: Polar Vortex.
I am more than positive that you all clearly remember the snow, ice and chill that made up our winter last year. I can only imagine what this year will be like and if you like to plan ahead like me, I make plans to stay warm this winter. When I get cold, my feet get ice-cold and it often takes me blasting the heat and several blankets to defrost them. I’d much prefer something soft, constantly warm and that is making a difference in other’s peoples lives, but first–let me show you this beauty!
About Sunbeam Cuddle-Up Heated Throw.
- Cuddle Up – Soft Fleece and Ultra Soft Microplush Throws.
- Cuddle Up heated throws come in 22 assorted patterns and colours: 4 fleece and 18 microplush, 10 Official NHL® microplush heated throws.
- Features 3-heat settings.
- 3-hour auto off function.
- Machine-washable and dryer-safe.
- Microplush dimensions: 50” x 60”.
- XL Soft Fleece dimensions: 60” x 70”.
- 5-year limited warranty.
- MSRP from: $59.99 and up.
Easy to Use.
The Cuddle Up Heated Throw that I received suited my personality perfectly. I loved the sassy leopard print, the soft fleece and the simplicity of it. All you have to do is literally plug it in, find your favorite spot and enjoy. Don’t forget your favorite book either! What I love is the remote control has a clip, so you can clip it into your pocket or you can tuck away your smartphone to enjoy some unplugged time.
So, even if it is a bit chilly out, or if the weather outside is frightful and when the polar vortex hits again–you’re prepared. With the Sunbeam Cuddle Up Heated Throw, you have 3 settings to choose from. Low, Medium and High. If you get so cuddly and warm and fall asleep while using the throw, it has a 3-hour auto off function. You can also throw it in the wash as it is washing machine and dryer safe. One thing is for sure, we will be staying warm this winter.
Wheels of Hope.
Each year, thousands of Canadians affected by cancer rely on patient transportation programs to get to and from life-saving treatment. This can be one of the most challenging tasks they face, especially if treatment is far from home.
Sunbeam is proud to launch Supports with Warmth, an awareness and fundraising campaign in support of the Canadian Cancer Society’s patient transportation programs, like Wheels of Hope in Ontario. These programs strive to provide safe and reliable transportation for those receiving active treatment from approved cancer treatment facilities.
Above, you can take a look at the story of Kelly Tugnett, a single mother whose son Jaxson, was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer at six months old. She didn’t have a driver’s licence and through the help of the program and volunteer driver, Florence Devitt, she was able to get Jaxson to his treatment until he was cancer-free.
Warmth. Comfort and Support.
Through Sunbeam’s program, Sunbeam is donating 75,000 kilometres to the Wheels of Hope transportation program. Since they know that feeling cold or chilled may be a side effect of cancer and its treatment, Sunbeam is also donating warmth with 500 Sunbeam Heated Throws to distribute to cancer patients in Ontario.
Didn’t I tell you that it was amazing and that I loved a company that is making a difference?
If you want more information on Sunbeam’s Supports with Warmth Program or if you want to donate, you can by going to their site, here. If you’re looking for a deliciously warm Sunbeam Cuddle Up Throw, you can find them at Sunbeam.ca or at the following retailers: The Bay, Home Outfitters, Walmart, Sears and Home Hardware.
How will you be staying warm this winter?
Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!
Nancy Polanco is a freelance journalist, lifestyle content creator, and editor of Whispered Inspirations. She is a proud Mom to Gabby and Michaela and partner and best friend to Darasak. Having worked as part of a health care team for almost a decade, Nancy is happy to be back to her passion. She is a contributor to the Huffington Post, TODAY’s Parents, and an Oprah Magazine Brand Ambassador.