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Fashion: Pajamas
Electric Pyjamas   (0)  [vote for, against]
Not Recommended for Bedwetters

Electric pj's operate just like your standard electric blanket, with the little wee coils running through the fabric and a little thermostat for temperature control.
The power cord could come out at one of the ankles and plug into the nearest outlet. Have one of those anti-twist thingies so you don't wake up strangling in the cord.
And think of the attachments! Clock radio, back massager, high-frequency hum to repel insects.
Possibilities are endless, really.
-- lintkeeper2, Nov 05 2003

Accompanied by... http://www.halfbake...m/idea/DiscipLinens
[k_sra, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Matching Socks http://www.allsport...m/batpowbrlecs.html
Electric Socks - "D" Batteries not included [Letsbuildafort, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Cooling Suits
[Letsbuildafort, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

The McLaren Pit Crews
thats just nifty [Letsbuildafort, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Heated Underpants http://www.halfbake...Heated_20Underpants
[Monkfish, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

wee coils? recoils..shock you into wakefulness in the morning? I could use that feature.
-- po, Nov 05 2003

small snakes?
-- silverstormer, Nov 05 2003

i don't think i would want to be wrap in something that plugged into the wall....
-- punkypoo, Nov 05 2003

Wireless heating.. would be a way to go..
-- artist, Nov 05 2003

sounds oddly familiar... [link].
-- k_sra, Nov 05 2003

Piezo pyjamas? All that tossing and turning converts to heat.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Nov 05 2003

The aerospace industry has baked the opposite - cooling suits ... the McLaren F1 pit crews wear the cooled suits ... with links ...
-- Letsbuildafort, Nov 05 2003

[pp]/[art] The only alternative I could come up with to plugging into the wall was a battery pack, and I thought that would be less comfortable.
-- lintkeeper2, Nov 05 2003

So what happens if you pee your pants at night? do you electrocute yourself?? I rather have a reachargable electric piyama so that its not connected to the wall.
-- SmartyPants, Nov 05 2003

Make sure you use surge protection!
-- silverstormer, Nov 06 2003

Most of us don't pee the bed anymore, [SmartyPants], but perhaps this would work as negative reinforcement for you, to clear that little issue up.
-- lintkeeper2, Nov 06 2003

Good riposte [lintkeeper2]. I guess with these you wouldn't really need the duvet/covers anymore? In fact, if you made the pyjamas thick and spongy (don't get excited [SmartyPants] - not for that reason!) then you would be cushioned and you wouldn't need any of the whole bed-assembly thing at all - you could sleep anywhere in warmth and comfort! My only problem though - how do you wash the electric pyjamas? Are the coils etc removable?
-- dobtabulous, Nov 06 2003

Now *that's* an idea!
-- lintkeeper2, Nov 06 2003

mmm...makes me sleepy...but a croissant before i doze off...
-- Mistress Bling, Nov 07 2003

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