This electric heated shawl can be draped around your shoulders or fastened together to make a cape! Made from a soft, breathable microfibre material, this shawl fastens down the front and sides with plastic press studs. By creating sleeves, this leaves your arms free to read a book, enjoy a cuppa or do a crossword. It features six temperature settings, an illuminated function display, and a detachable cord so you can move around your home. The heating element will switch off automatic after 3 hours of continuous use to ensure it does not overheat. The shawl is machine washable and can be tumble dried on a low setting.
- 6 temperature settings
- Machine washable up to 40 degrees
- Tumble dry on lowest heat setting
- Automatic switch off after approximately 3 hours
|Technical description||Please consult your doctor and the manufacturer of your pacemaker before using this product. The electrical and magnetic fields emitted by this product can sometimes interfere with the function of your pacemaker. However, they are far below the limits: Electrical field strength: max. 5000 V/m, magnetic field strength: max. 80 A/m, magnetic flux density: max. 100 mikrotesla.|
Spring Chicken Review
A heated shawl with sleeves
A brilliant alternative to an electric blanket, this heated shawl can either wrap around you or you can fasten it to create a cape with sleeves. We love the fact that this leaves your hands free to have a drink or read a magazine etc, making it less restrictive than a heated blanket. This is a lovely warm and soft cape which is easy to use, featuring six different temperature settings. You can also enjoy peace of mind that this product will not overheat if you nod off with it switched on. This is because it will switch off automatically after three solid hours’ of use or if a fault occurs so there is no danger of overheating. Oh yes... it can be washed and tumble dried too!
Feefo Reviews - Average 100% (1 reviews)
|Date||Score||Customer Comment||Our Response|
||This wrap is good although I have not yet been able to sort out how to tighten it around the arms which in my particular case would be an asset. I think a heated "jacket" would be preferable.|
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