Keep cozy with collapsible heated camp chair

  • Herald wire services
  • Friday, November 15, 2013 2:36pm
  • Life

The Chaheati is part chair, part bun warmer.

The collapsible canvas chair has flexible heating elements throughout the seat to keep you warm during a chilly camping trip or a frigid soccer game. The low-voltage system is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

The chair heats in less than 20 seconds to one of four temperature settings from 98 to 145 degrees. The battery will last from a little less than two hours at the highest setting to six hours at the lowest, the company says. An AC car adapter is also available.

The chair can hold up to 280 pounds and is available in camouflage and black. The Chaheati costs $72, including shipping. Order at www.chaheati.com.

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