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Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat MAPLIN £19.99

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Gas prices are high and the cold weather is coming. Why not get a heated waistcoat? Batteries required as you can't plug it directly into a socket.

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Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat
only £19.99 - on sale until 24/12/2009
SAVE £10.00 was £29.99

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Don't get left out in the cold when the weather turns chilly. Keep your body warm this winter while watching your favourite team or just walking the dog. The perfect addition to everyone's wardrobe, it can even relieve aches and pains.

* Keep warm with a waistcoat that heats up to 40 ° celcius in 5 minutes
* Great for sports, travel, pain relief and active outdoor people
* Constructed using the most advanced heating wire
* Can be worn as an outer garment or underneath other layers
* Zip doubles as a handy compass
* Batteries are stored in two discrete pouches
* Requires 6 x AA batteries (sold separately)

The waistcoat can be worn as an outer garment, or alternatively underneath other layers to help generate heat. The zip is also a handy compass great for when you are out on your adventures! Requires 6 x AA batteries (sold separately - order code L39BF)
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I wonder what the heat output is....:?
#2
lol @ this 'Batteries required as you can't plug it directly into a socket'

I like it, but then I have been eyeing up slankets and microwavable slippers...
#3
wondering how long batteries might last?
#4
keithcrewe
wondering how long batteries might last?


if kept on 40-50 mins ...a few re-chargeables might be useful .. but does say you should heat it up then switch off
#5
who_are_you_uk
if kept on 40-50 mins ...a few re-chargeables might be useful .. but does say you should heat it up then switch off


thankyou!
#6
Can somebody please post correct link to this item, can't seem to find it on the Maplin site....
#7
Dealicious
Can somebody please post correct link to this item, can't seem to find it on the Maplin site....




http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?moduleno=47715
#8
only problem is that it is only in one size - large
#9
#10
Does anyone know if this is an online promotion only or if Maplin stores are also likely to be running it?

I don't fancy paying the £2.99 delivery charge!
#11
Nikki999;7236831
lol @ this 'Batteries required as you can't plug it directly into a socket'

I like it, but then I have been eyeing up slankets and microwavable slippers...

Just cuddle up to some nice bloke that'll keep you warmer and more fun than a slanket...........;-)
#12
Lidl's also have a mains operated Jacket/Heat-Pad for £14.99 from Thursday.Ok,not so portable but doesn't require batteries all the time and reckon it will give out alot more heat.

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