People Are Obsessed With This Heating Pad That’s Like a Sleeping Bag for Your Feet
Are you always cold, no matter the temperature? Does your spouse scream out in horror every time you inch your icy toes toward him or her in bed? We found just the thing for you. Amazon is selling a foot warmer heating pad that promises to keep even the coldest feet warm and cozy—and it's going on our Christmas lists ASAP.
More of a pouch than a pad, the Proaller Foot Warmer looks a little like a sleeping bag for your feet and is intended for those suffering from poor circulation and arthritis as well as cold floors.
Super-soft ultra-plush flannel covers the extra-large, 22-inch wide and 21-inch deep device. That's big enough for you and your partner, meaning no more fighting over frosty feet. It also boasts three heat settings, a 10-foot-long cord, and a 2-hour auto-off safety feature.
At , the heating pad is on the pricier side, but really, that's a small price to pay for toasty toes. Plus, it can be used in the traditional ways as well: on sore muscles, aching backs, and cramps.
"Truly, for the price of this item, you can’t go wrong," reads one review from a buyer with peripheral neuropathy. After an initial issue with wonky temperatures, the customer said that the seller replaced the pad with a working one.
"I've tried socks, microwaveable booties, paraffin treatments, and finally these just to calm the pain from the neuropathy," the review continues.
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