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Cozy Products FWB Super Foot Warmer Heated Foot Warming Mat Rubber Design Extra Large
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- Heavy-duty rubber mat draws just 135 watts, “AC powered”.
- Gently warms feet using both radiant and direct heat
- Operational temperature of 130°F.
- Perfect for adding heat under desks and at standing work stations
- Not for use on wood, carpet, or other delicate surfaces
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From the manufacturer
Heavy-duty floor mat gently warms feet and legs using both radiant & direct heat. The Super Cozy Foot Warmer uses just 135 watts – 10% of the energy of a traditional space heater.
- Uses just 135 watts
- Maintained operational temperature of approximately 150°F
- Saves energy
- Cuts heating costs
- Warms cold feet through shoes or boots
- Completely silent & discreet
- Uses direct & radiant heat
- Improves circulation, comfort, & work performance
- Perfect for use under desks or at standing workstations
The Super Foot Warmer Heated Mat is composed of waterproof, rugged, black rubber material that is best used to warm feet through shoes or socks. Operating on merely 135 watts, the surface temperature is able to reach up to 130°F. Caution should be taken when placing the Foot Warmer on delicate floors such as carpet, linoleum, or wood due to the risk of damage. This heated mat is ideal for use on hard, cold, impervious floors such as concrete, tile, and stone. Heating solution for garages & other work spaces, or use on cement/tile surfaces under desks, or wherever extra heat is desired
TUV-listed for safety, this mat's waterproof surface is also ideal for use to melt snow from dirty boots. Improves circulation, comfort, & work performance. For people with with cold feet who work/relax in one place
From the Manufacturer
THE COZY ADVANTAGE: Safe, Economical, Green, Effective. Cozy Products offers energy-efficient, low-watt personal heaters that conserve energy, prevent circuit overloads, and reduce the risk of fire. Based in Chicago, IL Cozy Products have provided a superior level of quality for decades.
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ORIGINAL REVIEW: I LOVE this product! I recently relocated my office to a historic building with very thick cement and stone floors, topped with a wood-look laminate. My previous location had carpet. I sit on an exercise ball (also ordered from Amazon, Theraband Pro Series 65cm, love it) rather than a chair to alleviate back pain. I tend to be cold anyway, but when this winter started, I was freezing all the time. After a few weeks, I realized that my ball full of air was conducting all the cold straight from the 3 foot thick cement slab into my body! Heating sources can be tricky because obviously, too much heat will melt the ball and pop it. I ordered the 36" X 16" mat and it has been a lifesaver. It warms up in about 10 minutes and is the perfect length for my ball to sit on one half and my feet on the other. For people who sit in chairs, a 4 legged chair would fit over the mat nicely, but a pedestal type chair on rollers probably would be problematic because of the grooves in the mat. My feet are toasty warm all day, the ball is warm and I am warm!! I don't need to keep the far more expensive to operate room heater on as much. The product info warned against using on wood floors but didn't say anything about laminate. In order to be safe, I cut a mat sized portion of cardboard from the box the mat came in to provide a layer of protection between the mat and the floor. The floor under the cardboard is not too warm and has no damage at all. I placed another small piece of cardboard between the mat and my ball but I'm not sure that is necessary. The mat doesn't get too hot to touch. The rubber is substantial and I think it will hold up quite well. I think this would be a lifesaver for people in large buildings that tend to be cold all day long but can't do anything about it because they aren't allowed to adjust the thermostat.
I bought two of these. One for each couch. I placed them on top of another rubber mat that is the same size (not heated). The heat does not transfer through the bottom mat. So no harm to the flooring. When not in use I slide both the heated and unheated mats under the couches.
When they are in use. I simply slide them out in front of the couches and push the on button. It about an hour to get to 135 degrees. It is hot enough to Keep your feet warm with your shoes on. I wear slippers because the mat is too hot for bare feet. Interestingly, your whole body stays warm when your feet warm. Who knew?
I would now like to amend my review. After putting the box it came in under the matte, as recommended by other reviewers, I got nice and warm. I still have to take my shoes off, but that’s not much to do to get toasty feet. So don’t throw out the box, put it under the matte.
One thing that I didn't expect was that the mat is oily, it's most likely a result of the manufacture process. Luckily wears off, though you might have to clean the bottom of your shoes so that they don't squeak.
Overall really happy with this product!
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Laminate Flooring: There were no issues with placing on laminate flooring. Most laminate can be installed with radiant heating so I don't expect any long term effects either.
Rubber Product: The product is real rubber and does off gas a pretty bad rubber smell at first. I took mine and left it turned on in the garage for the weekend while I wasn't working (leaned against wall for maximum air flow to both sides). It took 2-3 days for the bad rubber smell to ease off. The smell settles to a "tire shop" smell. I get migraines from some smells and this smell does not bother me.
Design: The mat is designed as an entrance way mat with channels (think snow/water) - so there are a bunch of ridges.
Radiant Heating: It uses 135W of radiant heat. It feels warm on the bottom of the feet only. I find the top of my foot can still be cold.
Warmth over the Day: I definitely needed the HI-LO power switch for afternoons when the office warms up some or my feet were warm from moving around a lot recently. On the high setting, I've had circumstances where it is *too* hot and feels like it's burning the soles of my feet.
The only problem I have had is that there seem to be leftover lubricant from the rubber molding process (I'm guessing) and even after throrougly washing the mat several times I still spreading it aroudn the house just by walking around. The floors in my entire house are now dangerously slippery and remain that way even after scrubbing them several times with heavy floor soap. I have taken to using dedicated shoes just to sit at my desk and it still seems like its spreading.
Any suggestions to get rid of that residue on the mat and in the house would be welcomed. Even getting the name of the lubricant used would help me get rid of it.
They do show salt marks way too much. Solution - snap together rubber mats designed for garages and basements from Home Depot. They have holes in them so the water drips down and dries below. Et voila, no more ugly white salt marks to clean every day! I'll clean them at the end of snow season when I unplug them and store them for next winter.
These mats warm the foyer, dry my boots, skates, and snow shoes, are warm on the tootsies AND heat the foyer. I could hang out on them all day in my socked feet.
There are some complaints about the smell and the oily feel of these mats. The smell dissipates quite quickly. The oiliness is protecting the rubber from aging, and does not rub off, so why complain about it?
Value for money = null, not worth it... our only take away is that we're extremely thankful we only purchased a single unit for inhouse testing before committing to buying multiply units for our employees...
Note: We simply gave this unit away, as it's not worth the time/energy to return it... That should tell your something right there...Please don't waste your time or money on this product!
Can be stood on with bare feet.
Smells of rubber for the first day or so, but not overwhelming.
Easily warms up a 64 sq ft bathroom once it’s left on and the door remains closed.
Another issue is the oil on it. Very messy.
Otherwise it works well. Very tough rubber.
tuff.. but cover the cords from the animals.