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Gravity Blanket Black Friday 30% Off Everything

Gravity Flannel Weighted Blanket Black Friday sale

Gravity Blanket Black Friday

Want to know what Gravity Blanket’s Black Friday 2020 deals are? Well, like everything else, it’s not just for Black Friday. From now until Cyber Monday, save 30% off your purchase. Then after Cyber Monday it drops to 20%. Use code HOLIDAY 2020.

It’s more like Black November-December though. Because the Black Friday sale turns into a holiday sale that lasts until December 31st! One of our favorite Christmas gifts for ourselves or family/close friends is a quality blanket. Now’s the best time to get one, during the Black Friday/Holiday sale.

We may earn a commission and you may get deeper, more restful sleep when you shop through our links. That’s because a Gravity weighted blanket can improve your sleep.

In Gravity’s 2019 sleep study, 72% of participants reported deeper, more restful sleep and 76% reported falling asleep faster when using the Gravity Blanket.

Gravity Black Friday

Take 30% Off Everything!

Take 20% off Gravity sleep products including

  • Famous Gravity Weighted Blankets, including the classic, flannel and cotton ones and weighted blankets with ZIPPERS
  • Fun patterned duvet covers to go over your blanket
  • Weighted eye mask and robes – yes, a weighted robe
  • New Gravity Ice Hybrid Mattress (read our Gravity Mattress review)
  • Modernist flannel sheet sets, great gift idea for the guy in your life
  • Gravity Bamboo Sheets
  • Gravity Pillow

We think the red plaid flannel weighted blanket is the best Christmas gift!

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What I learned from reviewing 2 products made by Gravity for other mattress in a box brands – go with the original. Both were inferior compared to buying directly from Gravity. I LOVE the weighted eye mask and now have two of those because I don’t want to accidentally lose one of them.

Choose from 15, 20 or 25 lb single size weighted blankets or 35 king/queen versions. We recommend getting ones with zippers instead of ties.

Level Up your Weighted Blanket Style with Gravity’s Duvet Covers

Say goodbye to boring duvet covers! Each one has different fabric and properties (no more solid colors only, here!). Vineyard Brush, Sea Shore Stripe, and Midnight Iceberg are all made of a cooling polyester fabric that’s 100% breathable and wicks away moisture from the body during use.

We love that they have zippers on some of their weighted blankets because we know from experience how weight can tear off the corner ties. Gravity’s weighted blankets come with a cover in the same material as the weighted blanket insert. The two pieces are separate making it easy to separate and wash the outer cover. These are additional covers to change up the look or as stand alone blankets.

We think they’re more appropriately named, weighted BLANKET covers. And you can get flannel or cotton covers (gray or white) too. Lastly, if you need more luxury in your life, they’re available in faux fur!

 

Modernist Style Sleep Products for the Modern Man

Gravity sells their products at Bloomingdales and collaborated with award winning designer Ron Chereskin for their Modernist collection.

Award Winning Artist and Designer Ron Chereskin serves as founding designer at Modernist Studios. His brilliant legacy in fashion, art and design help foster a creative attitude towards patterns, colors and textures that beautify any home. Ron began his career as a freelance illustrator, quickly rising in prominence by producing award winning magazine covers, as well as commissioned paintings and illustrations. Ron dedicated himself to dressing men, drawing limitless amounts of inspiration from his desire to inject energy, style and comfort to the, then, staid, monotonous and overly constructed men’s apparel market. For combining innovative applications of cotton fiber with beautiful textures, patterns and breadth of color – an approach that would become Ron’s trademark – he received both the Coty and Cutty Sark awards for understanding sportswear design.

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