Silentnight Snugsie Wearable Blanket - Soft Teddy Fleece Blanket with Sleeves - 2-in-1 Sleeved blanket and Cushion - Supersized with Foot Pocket
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Stephey, M.J. (January 13, 2009). "Suffocating in Snuggies: That Ubiquitous TV Ad". Time. Archived from the original on January 14, 2009 . Retrieved January 15, 2009. SUPERSIZED FOR COSY COMFORT: Supersized to ensure you’re completely covered as you relax, one size fits all.
Another variant, the Toasty Wrap, has been sold via infomercials hosted by Montel Williams as a method for saving on heating costs.  However, based on the similarities of the Toasty Wrap's advertising to that of SNUGGIE®, BrandFreak suggested that it is probable that both brands originate with the same manufacturer.  In late 2008 and early 2009 the SNUGGIE® brand of sleeved blankets became a pop culture phenomenon,   sometimes described humorously as a " cult".    CAVS Snuggie™ Night brought to you by KeyBank". NBA.com. February 27, 2010. Archived from the original on February 27, 2010.
Giaquinta, Giada. "Kanguru, diffidate dalle solite coperte". Shopping a Milano (in Italian). MilanoToday . Retrieved August 27, 2013.The SNUGGIE® sleeved blanket product has been sold in the United States, Canada, and Australia. It was marketed primarily through a television commercial.  As of January2009 [update], over 20million of the product had been sold.