Deeper and More Peaceful Sleep for Your Child
The NOXNOX kids weighted blanket can help your little one fall asleep easier and feel more relaxed. Gentle pressure can help calm even the most restless children. You can choose from two blankets weighing 3.6 and 4.5 kilograms. Recommended for children over 5 years old.
Why NOXNOX® weighted blanket?
Available in three weights
We recommend for children aged 5 and up.
The 100x150cm size (3.6kg and 4.5kg) is designed for the youngest ones.
The 150x200cm size (5kg) is suitable for older children and teenagers.
The gentle pressure that helps you feel calm is created by very small glass beads embedded in the material. They are evenly distributed, completely imperceptible and silent. Glass beads are made of certified, nature- and human-friendly materials.
Children's Favorite Sensory Duvet Cover
We recommend choosing it together with the special "MinkyDot" material cover, which has a textured surface. This cover for the weighted blanket has special fasteners that allow the blanket to be evenly secured inside the cover. This will allow your little one to get a comfortable and peaceful sleep.
At NOXNOX, we care about sustainability and practicality. That's why our weighted blankets are not only designed to provide comfort and relaxation, but also come packaged in 100% cotton bags that can be repurposed for storing bedding, clothes, or anything else you need to keep organized.
It depends on the type of weighted blanket and cover. We sell several different types of weighted blankets and covers. If you choose a weighted blanket with a sherpa or minky material cover, you will definitely not be cold in the winter. There is also a special weighted blanket called the “Space” blanket that is designed specifically for the winter. All NOXNOX weighted blankets have 7 layers instead of the usual 5, which also contributes to higher heat retention.
The blanket should be about 10%-15% of your body weight. There are no strict rules, and you can choose a weight that feels comfortable for you. Our standard weighted blanket sizes are: 150x200cm, 220x200cm, and 100x150cm (for children).
We do not recommend washing a weighted blanket at home, but you can wash the duvet cover. This is only a recommendation, as some customers have successfully washed their weighted blankets at home, depending on the size of the washing machine drum and the allowed weight. The easiest way is to take the weighted blanket to a professional cleaning and laundry service, where they use specialized machines.
The frequency of washing a weighted blanket depends on how intensively you use it, and whether you use a duvet cover. If you use a duvet cover, the cleaning intervals will be longer. We recommend washing a weighted blanket at a professional laundry service.
Do not dry clean. Do not use bleach. Do not iron. A weighted blanket up to 5kg can be washed in a washing machine using a gentle cycle. A weighted blanket above 5kg should be washed at a professional laundry service.
The care of a weighted blanket cover depends on the type of cover you have. In our online store, you can find covers made of cotton, bamboo fiber, velvet, and minky fabric.
Definitely not, the glass beads that provide the weight to the blanket are sewn into the blanket in a way that they remain invisible and unheard. They are evenly distributed throughout the blanket, so there is no need to worry about them falling to one side.
Yes, NoxNox blankets are made of durable materials, so this investment in better sleep will last you a long time.
There have been isolated cases where using an overly heavy blanket resulted in mild tingling in the legs or arms after a night’s sleep. These cases are highly individualized and may be caused by an individual’s sensitivity, where the same blanket may be too light for one person and too heavy for another. However, it’s important to remember that it’s possible you were just sleeping deeply 🙂 And as we know, deep sleep is essential for the body.
We recommend consulting with your doctor. It’s difficult to give a definitive answer, as it may depend on the weight of the blanket and the stage of pregnancy you’re in.