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I'd be interested in a 2nd hand weighted blanket. I'm interested to see if it works but dont want to spend tons on a new one in case it doesnt. xxx
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There's a link on here to make one or togs4specialsprogs lady had been recommended to make them at £45.00. xx
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£45 is a very good price for a weighted blanket i must say Smile
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(04-10-2010, 05:34 PM)Daniel Wrote: £45 is a very good price for a weighted blanket i must say Smile

yep and they are gorgeous materials you can choose from or she will even order some in based on your child's likes ie; cars, princesses, thomas the tank engine etc. Unlike the nhs ones that are very flat, hers are filled with hypoallergenic beads that help the blanket mould to your child's shape and make them feel more snug
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It sounds like a great service Smile
I have come across two companies (People) that are now offering special needs products at a good price and service as usually its standard stuff for twice the price and its so bleedin frustrating they people are simply cashing in.
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