OUR KNITTED WEIGHTED BLANKET
Everything you need to know about our 15 lb weighted blanket
Medical research shows sleeping under weight stimulates serotonin production (the happy hormone), reduces cortisol (the stress hormone), and increases melatonin (the sleepy hormone). This means a more relaxed body and a quieter mind for effortlessly drifting off to sleep.
A 15 lb weighted blanket works best for a bodyweight of up to 200 lbs.
95% Organic Cotton, 5% Spandex
Our 15 lb Cotton Nappers are made of organic, sustainability sourced cotton. We use no artificial fillers or synthetic beads whatsoever – this makes our blankets breathable, comfortable, and wonderfully soft.
You can find more info on the materials we use in The Ultimate Guide to Weighted Blankets.
Wash separately in cool water (max 30 °C), on a delicate or permanent-press cycle, and tumble dry on low.
Note: This natural weighted blanket may take more than one cycle to dry completely. Never hang your Napper to dry – it avoids stretching out the tightly-woven loops.
All our blankets come with an organic cotton dust bag making it easy to store, wash, or take along.
You’ll find more detailed do’s and don’ts of washing a weighted blanket over on our blog.
Our 15 lb weighted blanket is designed for a single person.
Measurements: 40" x 72"
The best 15 lb weighted blankets are made by hand! Since our products are hand-knit, size and weight can vary slightly between each blanket.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is a 15 lb weighted blanket good for insomnia? What about anxiety?
Research shows that regularly sleeping under weight can help lull insomnia and ease anxiety. In fact, weighted blankets bring a range of health benefits.
Using the fundamentals of deep touch pressure (DTP) to activate pressure points, weighted blankets cue a series of chemical reactions in your body that help reduce high cortisol, increase serotonin, and boost melatonin levels. This sleep-inducing combination leaves you more relaxed and can benefit your overall wellbeing.
There’s an entire section on the science-backed benefits of sleeping under weight in this definitive guide on weighted blankets.
Can I use a 15 lb weighted blanket every night?
Absolutely! As long as you feel comfy and cozy while using your weighted blanket, you’re good to go (or stay in and snooze!).
Remember, sleeping under a 15 lb weighted blanket is perfect for both naptime and nighttime. Treat yourself to an afternoon nap and notice the difference...
Can you wash a 15 lb weighted blanket?
Yes, all our weighted blankets are machine washable.
- Use mild, eco-friendly detergent and wash separately
- Cold or lukewarm wash (max 30 °C) on a delicate or permanent-press cycle
- Low heat tumble dry
- Never hang up your Napper – those wonderfully snug weaves will stretch out.
- Find more do’s and don’ts of washing your weighted blanket here.
Is a 15 pound weighted blanket too heavy for me?
We recommend choosing a Napper that is 10% of your body weight for optimal comfort. Typically, a 15 lb weighted blanket works best for a body weight between 150 lbs and 200 lbs.
How heavy should a weighted blanket be?
A weighted blanket should weigh roughly 10% of your body weight. For someone who weighs 150 pounds, your best bet is our 15 lb weighted blanket. If you’re closer to 200 pounds, try our 20 lb weighted blanket.
As long as you're comfortable and feel cozy, going beyond the 10% rule is totally safe, and sometimes even recommended. We delve into this question a little deeper in our blog post "How heavy should a weighted blanket be?”
How much does it cost to ship a 15 lb weighted blanket?
We offer free shipping and easy returns within the USA. Read more about shipping options here
What shipping options do you offer for Canada?
We offer FedEx Economy and Priority Shipping to Canada. Prices will vary based on your location.
Do you ship internationally?
We currently only ship within the US and to Canada but we’re working on international shipping options. Watch this space!