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Necktie Heater

'cuz winter's here and I gave somebody my scarf.
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The Necktie Heater is a long flat flexible plastic heating element which can be inserted into a standard-sized tie, fitting full-length.

Since dress shirts provide no insulation from cold or wind, a heated tie can actively warm the neck as well as the core upper torso of the body. A scarf can be worn on top for further protection.

The deluxe model features a thermostat, cleverly disguised as a tie-pin, linked to a temperature-sensor in the knot area.

FlyingToaster, Dec 07 2009

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       I'd use it for my feet.
outloud, Dec 07 2009

       electrically heated socks ?
FlyingToaster, Feb 24 2010


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