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Heating elements on both sides of scarf to distribute heat over a wider area
Provides warmth not only for the neck, but also the chest - essential in keeping out the chills
Pockets on either side will help to keep your hands warm
Discreet, zipped battery compartments on each end of scarf - no unwieldy attachments or cables
Will help to improve circulation and can aid in the relief of neck cramps, shoulder pains, etc.
The heating elements in this scarf use carbon fibre infrared technology, which gently and evenly distributes heat at the push of a button. The scarf features one heating element on each side, so that a wider area is heated, and the chest can be protected as well as the neck.
Our battery operated technology is quick and convenient. Unlike many other heated products on the market, our scarf requires no messing around with kettles, microwaves, or gel crystals - it can be switched on or off easily, and heats up within moments. The scarf can provide up to 3 hours of heat, and can be turned on for short bursts as needed, helping to prolong battery life throughout the day. The on/off switches are located on the battery boxes, each of which also features an LED light to show that the scarf is on and working.
This scarf is not only useful for keeping warm on cold days. For those who suffer from aches or cramps in their neck or shoulders, an instantly accessible source of heat can help to provide comfort and relief.
The scarf is made from soft and comfortable fleece, and has the appearance of an ordinary fleece scarf. The battery boxes are discreetly concealed, and there are no visible heating elements or unwieldy attachments. It is unisex, and versatile enough to complement a range of items from your winter wardrobe.
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This seems to be a bad protect. I thought that these scarfs were warm throughout the scarf . Plus the scarf is to heavy with all the batteries in it. It does more harm than good.Published 18 months ago by Martin Montney