|XS||5 Pounds||32" x 36"||3 Years and Up||$135.99|
|8 Pounds||36" x 42"||3 Years and Up||$159.99|
|Medium||12 Pounds||42" x 54"||6-10 Years & Up||$194.99|
|Large||16 Pounds||54" x 72"||11-15 Years & Up||$239.99|
|XL||25 Pounds||58" x 80"||16 Years to Adult||$295.99|
Calming down enough to go to sleep is difficult for many people. Our most popular weighted blanket is the Sleeptight. It features soft but durable materials and heavy duty stitching for years of quality use. We offer sizes for kids, teens, and adults. Please refer to the chart above to choose the correct size. It is generally recommended that the blanket weigh around 20% of the user's body weight.
Designed by an Occupational Therapist with over 30 years of experience working with people on the spectrum. The Sleeptight has been designed with a curved neck cut out at the top allowing it to contour over the shoulders and under the chin without bunching up around the neck. Note: please never place the blanket over the face.
In order to concentrate the calming deep pressure on the body this blanket is intentionally designed smaller than a regular blanket so that the weight is distributed across the body rather than the bed. This design is different from other weighted blankets that are too large and distribute the weight across the bed instead of the user making them ineffective.
You can choose from a durable cotton fabric or corduroy. Both styles are incredibly sturdy and will not rip or tear over time.We also sell waterproof and soft blanket covers. You can view them here.
Unlike other weighted products that are worn during the day and have time limitations, you can use the Sleeptight all night or take it off after the person falls asleep. Since a weighted blanket provides additional warmth, you may want to keep room temperatures at a level that prevents wearers from overheating.
Colors available: Navy Corduroy, Buckskin Corduroy, Blue Waves with Navy Blue on back.
Please note this item is not recommended for people who have decreased strength due to age or illness. This item is not designed to be used as a restraint device. A person must be able to take the blanket off independently.