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    Posted: Feb/12/2015 at 3:46pm

I want one of these.

 
Electric Micromink Heated Shawl
A heated shawl by Sunbeam, 4 heat settings and auto off. It even has pockets to put your freezing cold hands in, regularly 59.99 on sale for $37.99. I'm calling the store to see if they have them in stock.
 
I love my cape shaped heating pad by the same company, love the idea of covering neck, shoulders and arms.
 
Yup, I want one.
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Yes, there's one at the store near me and now it has my name on it. Considering the temp is dropping to -25C, -45 with windchill, this is coming to my home soon.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Stevie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/12/2015 at 4:44pm
Yup-----I want one too, Bailey.  But I think now that my pain is from top to bottom I will have to wrap my Sunbeam heated thrown around my body from neck on down.  When you get yours, please let us know if it goes down to cover the lower back also?

Say, I think you have a heated mattress pad?  For anyone with CP who lives in anyplace where you have cool/cold night temps, they are without a doubt a necessary treatment option.  I will keep mine on low while sleeping, and when I wake up in the AM and drink my coffee and look at the site I turn it up and revel in the comfort!!!!

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I decided to look on amazon. They had a garnet colored one for 29.99! I have amazon prime, so I will get it on Wednesday!

I can not wait for it to get here. I have an electric blanket that I use too but this will be nice to wear unplugged around the house while going room to room.

Today I have my fleece PJ shirt on it is just the right weight.
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I could not stand looking at the picture and not having one! Had to order one so I found it also on Amazon for $29.99 and I also hae amazon prime.  Thanks for this wonderful warm idea!
 
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underactive thyroid 20 years, history of kidney stones, had lithotripsy eight or nine times thru the past 30 years.
Had left knee drained twice in past year, prednisone injection afterwards in knee. Had prednisone injection month before 2nd spinal surgery but no draining - all due to arthritis.
spinal surgery 7/07 with fusing L3-L5, spinal stenosis, DDD
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Degeneration of lumbar or lumbosacral intervertebral disc(degeneration of lumbar disc-radiculitis-_
Thoracic or lumbosacral neuritis or radiculitis, unspecified. Other musculoskeletal symptoms referable to limbs(729.89)
Spinal stenosis, lumbar region, without neurogenic claudication. s/p an post spinal fusion, s/p ant post spinal fusion
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Bailey,

Did it arrive?  Do you love it?  If you unplug it, how long will it stay heated if you are up and around?  I am thinking that I could wrap it around my low back, and as I'm headed back to Canada I'll need it. LOL

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Yes, and I do love it. I'll love it even more when I can get rid of some of the static it showed up with. I don't unplug it, I don't think it would stay warm very long once unplugged. The material is wonderfully soft and silky, one more tool in the toolbox.
 
It goes with the heated mattress pad, heated throw, cape shaped heating pad and number 1 favourite, heated toilet seat.
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