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Cozy Toes Carpeted Heated Mat

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ETL Listed (USA & Canada) 110V AC carpeted rubber heating mat adds softness & warmth to hard floors. Maximum wattage: 75. High heat: 110° F. Optional Hi/Lo power switch available. 1 Yr. Warranty.

Product Description

Carpeted Heating Mat Keeps Feet Warm

Got cold feet? Cozy Toes carpeted heat mat keeps your feet warm in cold rooms or offices. Energy efficient Cozy Toes carpeted heating mats.
Snuggle your toes in carpeted softness and warmth.
  • Safe Uses less power than a 100 watt light bulb. No exposed coils. No space heater fire hazards.
  • Gentle radiant heater: Temperatures are 95° to 130° F depending upon local heat conditions.
  • Mat heats to about 110°F in 30 minutes.
  • Economical: Draws less than a 100 watt bulb.
  • Portable: Place Cozy Heater where you need warm feet.
  • Cozy Toes is intended for continuous use.
  • Grey carpet/black rubber.
  • Use indoors in dry conditions, carpeted side up.
  • NOT for use as pet heating pad.
  • ETL Listed: Electrically approved for USA and Canada.
  • Weight: 5 lbs.
  • Size: 18" x 19.5" x 0.5"
  • Power: 110V AC.
  • OPTIONAL Hi/Lo/Off Power Switch for fingertip control:
    • High: 110° F, 75 watts, .7 amps, 258 BTU's/hr
    • Low: 95° F, 37.5 watts, .3 amps, 129 BTU's/hr
  • Warranty: 6 months by manufacturer  

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Weight (lbs) 4.0000
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