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Battery powered heated vest or blanket for outside?

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AutumnSuns · 25/09/2020 22:19

So with the likelihood of no longer seeing people indoors over winter, apart from stinking us all out with the fire pit, what’s the best thing to get? Heater vest or blanket that can be powered by a battery pack?

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Ihatemyseleffordoingthis · 25/09/2020 22:20

It's your legs that get coldest first. Blankets

AutumnSuns · 26/09/2020 15:26

Any battery operated electric blankets? We need direct heat going in somewhere not retaining the little warmth we have

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nosswith · 26/09/2020 16:02

Blankets. You can have a joke or conversation about the colours of some. Very 2017 though, as there was a fashion for what looked like blankets with a hole cut in to go over your head.

AutumnSuns · 28/09/2020 15:10

Still looking for something to actually heat, not just sit out in blankets. But not a heated vest.

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EllieQuinn · 28/09/2020 15:12

Hot water bottle, thermal long johns and a hotrox to keep your hands warm?

Zaphodsotherhead · 28/09/2020 15:13

Hot water bottles?

I would love a battery powered heated vest for work, but I've never found one.

AutumnSuns · 30/09/2020 13:37

I’ve found a really small one on amazon, enough for lap size so will see how that goes. Hot water bottles sound good, but it’s for if we go/travel to someone else’s house to sit outside.

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tmh88 · 30/09/2020 13:39

Hot water bottles a good idea! I’m sure you could throw it over to them and they will fill with hot Grin I know I would for anyone visiting Blush

OrigamiOwl · 30/09/2020 15:52

I've ordered a heated blanket from Lakeland (needs to be plugged in tho).

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