The Tuc Warm is made with soft minky on one side and even softer plush fleece on the other. You can choose either side to get comfortable.
The Tuc Weighted Blanket is a weighted blanket like no other.
Made with our patented core sheet technology, which distributes weight evenly across the whole blanket.
One Blanket │ Two Fabrics
Designed to be breathable all night long, keeping you cool and comfortable.
Made without pellets or beads, for a silent experience
Without any pellets, there is no more noise or uncomfortable shifting of pellets or beads. No more rolling over pellets or having all the weight fall to one side!
Incredibly flexible like a real blanket!
Dimensions: 82” x 48”
Weights Offered: 10 LBS, 15 LBS, 20 LBS and 25 LBS
Fabric Content: Top Cover - Minky (100 % Polyester) │ Bottom Cover - Plush Fleece (100% Polyester)
Proudly made in Illinois, USA
Machine washable and dryer safe for stress free cleaning.
Machine wash your Tuc Blanket separately and tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Consult your home washing machine and dryer manual for the drum weight limit. We DO NOT recommend exceeding the drum weight limit of your specific machine. We recommend using commercial or heavy duty machines at a laundromat*.
Which Blanket Do I Choose?
We recommend choosing a weighted blanket that is 10 to 12% of your body weight. Use the weight chart to get an idea of which weight would be right for you, but remember that the choice is highly personal!
Our other temperature profile is the Tuc Cool. This blanket gets you closer to our patented core sheet material, providing a more cooling experience.
To prevent suffocation or other injury...
- The user should be at least 50 pounds and over 5 years of age.
- Be sure to consult with your physician before using if pregnant, disabled or experiencing respiratory difficulty.
- User should be able to remove the blanket on their own.
- Do not put the blanket in a crib or near an infant.
- Never place the blanket over the user’s head.
- Never use the blanket to restrict or restrain movement.
- If the inner lining is exposed, discontinue use.
This family owned business is kind & professional. Excellent customer service. The blanket is high quality & I'm happy with my purchase.
My wife has wanted a weighted blanket for a while so I began to research to find the best one. After reading a ton of reviews about leaking beads, washing/care issues and weight shifting I decided to find a blanket without beads or similar weighted fillers. I found the Tuc Blanket which offers great quality and is manufactured in the USA. The wife couldn't be happier with her Tuc Blanket so my research paid off. If you are considering a weighted blanket go with the Tuc Blanket; you will be glad that you did. Make it a great day.
I have the Bearaby Napper and a Tuc Warm, and the Tuc is way better (and way cheaper). Despite not having huge holes in it like Bearaby, the Tuc does a much better job breathing and the thermal mass of their weighted core acts as a heat dampener keeping you the same temp all night. The Tuc is way easier to wash too, just run it like any other blanket (commercial washer is advisable for any true weighted blanket so find a good laundromat). The Bearaby takes 3 HOURS to dry on low, and shrank considerably despite the low heat, making it even smaller than its already insufficient size. My fiance is only 5'6" and it barely covers him, shoulders to toes. Bearaby discourages hanging it to dry so it's just an electricity pig with an environmental load that is unconscionable. The Bearaby also has considerable springyness due to its woven design and jersey fabric. This looks comforting in photos but in practice was extremely hard on my joints and back because of how that tension pulls on the body in unnatural ways. One night of use with Bearaby and I woke up with severe back, hip, knee, and ankle pain. I am a strong woman with a really sturdy frame and way more muscle mass than average too, so I'm not frail, it's just a flawed concept. However, my Tuc just feels like an extra heavy blanket, no stretching or shifting weight, it feels like how a blanket should. The only downside to the Tuc is they scent the blanket pretty strongly from the factory, but two wash cycles in a laundromat when you first get it and the scent is pretty much gone. I'm very sensitive to scents and it hasn't been a problem. Last negative for Bearaby: for all that high price you pay, it isn't even made in America, but the Tuc is. That's probably why their shipping is way faster. Skip the Napper kids, buy a Tuc.
We bought this blanket for our kiddo. He is about 80lbs so we were worried it would be too heavy but it has worked out so well and he has room to grow a bit before its too light. Our kiddo has a lot of labels and most of them make sleep very difficult. He loves this blanket. It works just as advertised. My kiddo is very particular about the way things feel. We were looking for a weighted blanket that is built to keep weight evenly distributed and is soft. This hits both marks 100%. I want to purchase a second one for myself.
Having to rewrite my Masterful review. #1 - The Only downfall is that the weight is 15 lbs. and I need more of a Weight of 20 lbs. I know they are working on this which is why it is still a 5 star review. #2 - I have tried multiple weighted blanket's and although they worked fine, they were loud and the weight distribution was always off. I move around a lot in my sleep and this blanket moves with me. The weight is always distributed evenly.. Once there is a 20 lb. blanket I will be buying another one. Lastly - This blanket is a little pricey but worth it 1000%
The Tuc Warm blanket is perfect! It keeps me warm while I'm sleeping and it's much easier to move around than a standard weighted blanket. I hated having to deal with the duvet cover and ties with other blankets. This being one piece is so much better. I've only had it a couple weeks and haven't tried washing and drying it yet.