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Non-Plug-In Heated Towel

Induction powered heated towel
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A towel interwoven with heating elements that receives it's power from a special towel rack that supplies electricity to these elements through induction rather than plugging it into a wall outlet.

This would eliminate any shocking hazard. The advantage over a heated towel rack is A: the heating elements would reach all points of the towel equally and B: it's novel and neato.

See link for original idea this is based on.

You could also have a section of the floor wired with induction coils to heat a specially wired bath mat.

doctorremulac3, May 26 2014

Neat idea but poses a shock hazard. plug-in_20towel
[doctorremulac3, May 26 2014]


       How is it with fillings?
not_morrison_rm, May 27 2014

       Nice, nice and safe +.
blissmiss, May 28 2014

       //How is it with fillings?//   

       I'd refrain from chewing on the towel rack.
doctorremulac3, May 28 2014

       If it works by induction, it follows that you could generate electricity for your house by towelling yourself dry very vigorously near the towel rack
hippo, May 28 2014


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