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GE Automatic Blankets. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1945) Made according to the same principal that keeps high-altitude flying suits electrically warm even at 60 degrees below zero. Air conditioning units, automatic home heating systems, silent fans, quieter street cars and buses, heating pads, and feather-weight electric blankets for zero nights. These are only a few of the many aids to better sleep developed by General Electric engineers and research scientists. (1942) GE Automatic Blankets. One G-E Automatic Blanket will keep you warm as toast all winter! Warmth without weight every night, all night! 72 x 86 inches - ample for double beds. Popular colors: Blue, Green, Cedar, Gold, Wood Rose and Beige reversible. The Last Till Victory! After present stocks are sold, there will be no more for the duration. Our blanket factory is devoted exclusively to electrically heated flying suits, shoes, gloves and other equipment for the Armed Forces. (1958) General Electric Blanket. The Happy Marriage blanket. Dual Comfort-Selectors. General Electric's Sleep-Guard adjusts automatically to room temperature changes. Fabric by Chatham with 100 percent nylon bindings. Single and Dual Comfort-Selectors. (1955) GE Slumber-Cover Automatic Blanket. New! Feather-light cover for automatic comfort twelve months of the year. Enjoy these vintage ads for GE Automatic Blankets while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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