Torch Coat Heater

Dec 13, 2016

Category: Tech

Winter coats are only warm up until a certain point. Spend long enough out in the snow waiting to catch a bus, or take that really long lift up to the top of the mountain and you’ll start feeling the chill. The Torch Coat Heater, however, is here to change that.

Essentially an electric blanket attachment for your coat, this thing is powered by a 7.4 Volt 2600 mah Lithium Ion battery that can keep the three attached pads at 135 degrees fahrenheit for between 2 and 5 hours depending on which of the 4 settings you have it on. All users need to do in order to attach it to their coats is to apply the sticky velcro patches to the interior of the coat, and then apply the heating pads. Want to change the coat? No problem. Just apply another set of pads on another coat and you’re good to go. All things said this is an incredibly easy and helpful way to stay warm this winter no matter how long you’re outdoors. Prices for this thing are set at $90. [Purchase]

Torch Coat Heater

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