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  • Heavy-duty, money-saving rubber mat draws just 90 watts
  • Gently warms feet and legs using both radiant and direct heat
  • Operational temperature of 130°F, TUV-Listed, prevents blown fuses
  • Waterproof sealed rubber design; ideal for melting snow from winter boots
  • Perfect for adding heat under desks and at standing work stations
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Color Black Black tan Cream
Wattage 90 watts 220 Information not Provided 100 watts
Warranty Description warranty of 6 months 6 months warranty Cozy Leg Warmers have a one year manufacturer warranty. 6 month limited warranty
Item Weight 5 pounds 11 pounds 8 pounds 8 pounds
Dimensions 16 inches x 1 inches x 22 inches 1 inches x 38 inches x 17 inches 16 inches x 1 inches x 22 inches 0.75 inches x 22.5 inches x 16 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 22 x 16 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
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  • ASIN: B000079896
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  • Item model number: FW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (524 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Foot Warmer operates on just 90 watts with a surface temperature of 130°F (54°C). Made of waterproof, rugged, black rubber, this mat is best used to warm feet through shoes or socks. May also by used as a thawing mat for winter boots and snow-covered shoes. Use caution when placing on delicate floors such as carpet, linoleum or wood due to risk of damage – recommended for use on hard, cold, impervious floors such as concrete, tile, and stone. Measures 20.5” L x 13.5” W x 0.25” T (52cm L x 34cm W x 0.6cm T).

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As anyone who's been out in the cold knows, toasty feet go a long way toward keeping the rest of you warm. That’s why using an Indus-Tool FW cozy foot warmer can help reduce your indoor heating costs. At only 90 watts, one of these units tucked under a desk allows you to turn the building thermostat down, thereby saving you money. The warmer is less costly to use than a space heater, and safer, too, as there are no exposed heating coils or carbon monoxide emissions. It is ETL listed and has a lifetime warranty.--Josh Dettweiler

What’s in the Box
Foot-warmer pad, power cord


From the Manufacturer

Product Description

cheaper heat, cheap heat, warm for less, save on heat, better heat, feet heat, foot heater,

desk mat, heated desk mat, foot mat, boot melting mat, snow melting mat, home mat, office mat

anti-stress mat, anti-fatigue mat, work mat, standing mat, floor mat, comfort mat, back mat, rubber

fire heater, safer heater, safe space heater, safer space heater, fire heater, prevent fires heater

95% Less Energy Than a 1,500 Watt Space Heater

Foot Warmer uses just 90 watts, the same as a standard lightbulb, and works by putting heat directly at your feet instead of blowing heat where you don't need it like a common space heater. This greatly reduces wasted energy and money.

Attractive, Low-Profile Design

Rugged, black rubber mat is best used on hard, cold, impervious floors such as concrete, tile, stone, and other spaces that cause your feet to become tired over time.

Not recommended for delicate floors such as wood and carpet due to risk of discoloration.

Prevent Fatigue & Improve Circulation at Any Work Station

20.5 inches length x 13.5 inches width x 0.25 inches thick. Ideal for use in chilly garages, warehouses, standing work stations, under desks, or anywhere stationary work is done. Rugged and waterproof, heat is directed only where it's needed, keeping workers warm & comfortable with one simple mat.

Reduced Safety Hazards

Designed with safety in mind, this heater is TUV-Listed. At just 90 watts, preventing tripped circuit breakers and fire hazards has never been easier. Foot Warmer is far safer than standard space heaters and can be used in places most space heaters wouldn't be practical.

Customer Reviews

There was some rubber smell but not offensive.
Tech Writer
I got this to keep my feet warm while using my computer that's in my cellar which normally has a very cold floor in the winter.
Bob D
It puts off great heat and really warms my feet, even through my shoes.
Brenda

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

182 of 189 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 22, 2003
I must say I have been pleased with the overall performance of this product. I had contemplated getting this about a year ago after seeing mention of it in an old issue of the Lawrence Berkely National Labratory newsletter "Currents". The administration had suggested it as a energy efficient solution to many of its staff who found the cooler 68 degree settings at the lab to leave their feet cold. Previous to that individual staff members were bringing in their own 1500 watt space heaters and really driving up the electricity bills.
Anyway, I was finding that even if I had the temperature in my house up to 68-70 degrees that my feet would still get cold, especially at the computer desk. Seemed silly and very expensive to crank up the furnace even higher just to get two cold feet warmer. The rest of my body was OK but the feet just got cold and stayed cold. So after waiting another winter I finally bought one. Now with this foot warmer I find that in as little as 10 minutes I can begin to warm my feet. Sometimes I begin with only my socks on for that direct heat but that in a few more minutes it is really cranking and will heat your feet directly through your shoes.
The cost to run this mat is as close to zero as you can get. In California with our very high energy costs and a local tax it still only costs 1.2 cents per hour to operate. In most other states I imagine the cost will be only about 1 cent per hour. I have also gotten a optional Hi-Lo switch to operate it a little lower and now it only costs me about .6 cents per hour. That means I can run it for 8 hours for a nickel. It would cost me a hundred times that amount to operate the central gas heating to a level that would keep my feet equally warm.
So on a economic level it is a no brainer.
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95 of 96 people found the following review helpful By TLuke on July 20, 2010
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No smells. The company changed the material and the mat does not emit any odors at all.

I use this mat daily with the accessory Hi - Lo switch on Lo. It's on all day long and has been a great product.

I hope that the older reviews won't scare new customers away.

Update Sept. 28, 2011: I have had this mat for over a year now, no smells, and it works great. No smells!!!!!

Update Oct. 3, 2011: just bought a second mat for a co-worker. Be sure to buy the high - low switch if you want to use the mat barefoot or in socks, because high is hot, but low is just right for socks.
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238 of 269 people found the following review helpful By Leeese on October 18, 2005
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I bought this last winter (2004), despite the many reviews warning about the odor emitted, and boy, do I regret it! I thought I could tough it out; most people said the horrible skunk smell would GO AWAY after some time, and, to me, warm feet would be worth a temporary annoyance. As some have suggested, I plugged this in the garage first, to try to burn off much of the odor before bringing it inside. I left it plugged in a large part of the day for about two weeks. The smell was definitely horrible, but I guess because our garage is very large, and far from airtight, the full extent of the noxious odor was not obvious, until I moved it into the office. In just a few minutes, the entire HOUSE smelled like a charred skunk. But it was more than a smell, it was a TASTE as well, and we coughed quite a bit if we tried to stay in the office with it, and I got a horrible headace. I turned it off and decided to give it another week in the garage, this time I left it plugged in all the time. The second try in the office was JUST as bad as the first, and at this point the mat had been "burning off" its smell for over 3 weeks! I stubbornly left the mat in the office for a week, forcing myself to use it, trying to adjust to or ignore the skunk that was attacking my nose with every breath. After all, it REALLY DID keep my feet nice and toasty warm. Finally I'd had it, I couldn't take it anymore. The headaches and permeating odor were simply not worth it. I took the thing and threw it in the garage, unplugged, where it remains to this day. I only wish I had been realistic and sent the thing back when I had the chance. It is an absolute nightmare.Read more ›
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By ncdragonfly on January 23, 2007
I got the office version of this mat, meaning it is carpeted all the way around and doesn't smell. It's called Cozy-Toes Portable Foot Warmer, it has a gray carpeted top. Life is grand with warm feet! No smell at all.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 4, 2012
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The description didn't tell you that you could only use this on wood or tile floors. I really wanted this for under my desk on the carpet and chair mat. What a disappointment since now I have to pay to return the item.
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95 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Johnny K on April 12, 2005
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Have you ever seen that Seinfeld where Jerry's car is attacked by BO that doesn't go away, and lingers on anything that crosses its path? This has the same disease. Plus, it was clearly a used item - the packaging was repacked and the foot warmer was dirty. Gross, but it's a foot warmer so I thought I'd give it a chance regardless. In its defense, it *does* work - my terminally cold wife liked the warm footsy feel; unfortunately she has a sense of smell. The room we had it in is still stinky! Get this thing outta our house!!! :)
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