This Car Blanket Will Keep You Warm Even if You Don’t Have Heated Seats

This Car Blanket Will Keep You Warm Even if You Don’t Have Heated Seats

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If you live where it gets cold in the winter, you likely know the value of heated seats in your car. But if you aren’t lucky enough to have a car that heats up quickly, there is an inexpensive alternative.

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This electric car blanket from Stalwart costs less than $30 on Amazon and it heats up quickly on even the coldest of days. The soft, 12-volt electric blanket plugs into any car, truck, SUV or RV cigarette lighter and will stay warm until you unplug it.

The blanket’s 96-inch cord is long enough that it can reach to the back seat to keep passengers warm and cozy on winter road trips. The lightweight blanket is made of fleece and folds easily so it can be stored in the trunk or back seat without taking up valuable cargo space.

At the price point of less than $30, this electric car blanket makes a great gift and is a welcome addition to vehicle emergency kits. It will also come in handy for those cold tailgating days and on camping trips.

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“I got this as a gift for someone who has trouble staying warm. They really love it and use it all the time,” said one reviewer. “Heated seats can only do so much and this really makes a difference. I was worried about it not getting hot enough or working that well, but so far it seems to be doing really well.”

“I used this blanket in the pickup on my way hunting, ran it off a generator for an hour while camping to warm up, and used it to keep newborn puppies warm when taking them to the vet. Gets warm pretty quick and is nice soft fleece,” another reviewer noted.

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The blanket is 59 inches long and 43 inches wide and includes a storage case with handles for easy transport and safe keeping.

It is not machine washable but can be spot treated.

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