|Manufacturer||Electrowarmth Products LLC|
|Product Dimensions||152.4 x 91.44 x 2.54 cm; 1.12 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||T36|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||T36|
|Item Weight||1.12 kg|
Twin, Heated Mattress Pad by Electrowarmth, Non-Fitted, Size 36 x 60, Model# T36 12V Used in Trucks, RVs, Campers
|Price:||+ $32.94 Delivery|
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|Material||Polyester, Polyester Blend|
|Fabric Type||100% polyester|
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- Radiant heat from below relaxes tired back and legs, induces deep, restful sleep all night.
- No fumes, noise, vibrations
- Made in USA
- Package Dimensions: 16.0 inches L X 9.0 inches H X 13.0 inches W
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Electrowarmth bunk warmers radiate heat from below allowing you to relax into a deep and restful sleep. Proudly, manufactured in america by electrowarmth since 1939. Many improvements since then but the original "on the mattress" principle has been well proven. On cold winter nights, keeps the chills away with this safe and efficient bunk warming pad. The bunk warmer provides continual and even bed warmth throughout the night. Provides sleep inducing relaxing heat from below that is so soothing, like soaking in a tub of warm water. This relaxing sensation helps lull you to sleep. Soothes aches and pains. Real relief from arthritis. Fibromyalgia and other body aches. Especially if you have been driving your semi all day. When you use the electrowarmth heated mattress pad you can save money by not idling your truck all night to stay warm. At a gallon per hour sitting there idling it doesn’t take long to pay for a bunk warmer. They make great christmas, birthday and anniversary presents your friends will be thanking you for many years to come. To operate, the warming pad is equipped with a comfort control. The comfort control levels are infinite from 1 – 7. As you truck cools down the bunk warmer stays on longer thereby keeping you the same comfortable warmth setting. Hand washable. 115v sizes available to fit all bed sizes 3 twins, 5 full, 5 queens, 2 olympic queens, 2 kings, and 1 california king sizes. The mattress pad is covered by a limited 1-year warranty with a 30 day money back guarantee.
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When it arrived and i tested it I was impressed with it, and it's claims in power draw are true to the 7 amp current draw .
If I see another one on Amazon I will purchase it so I can run two for when the Mrs comes along camping in the winter.
Would have liked to order another, as this single bed size & we have a queen bed.
Unfortunately you are now out of stock.
Could you notify me when they return to stock
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<Start Technical Garbage>
I use this with a 12v SLA battery ~ 650 Wh of capacity with solar recharging. I studied the amperage draw at each setting to get an idea how long the battery should last. I observed the current draw does not change with adjustment, it changes the amount of time the current is drawn, with an exception given to setting 1... For example at #7 the draw is constant, ~6.5 A, the pad reached a highest recorded surface temp of 92* F . At setting-#2, the current seems to be ON ~1 sec OFF ~1 sec. Setting-#6, ON ~ 2 Sec OFF ~ 0.5 Sec. Surface temperature was pretty inconsistent measuring with a laser probe #2 - #6, but the difference can be felt while laying on top of the warmer. I'm not sure what #1 does, it seemed to draw <3 A for very short amounts of time with longer OFF periods in between. I don't know if I have a use for 1, I couldn't feel much warmth at that setting, I suppose it could be used for ultra power conservation, more to come on that.
I dislike the cost of the product; it seems older technology + highly available materials shouldn't cost this much.... BUT then again I would probably pay anything to be warm when I'm freezing in a tent... I don't have anything on durability or reliability for this warmer yet, but if this doesn't last more than a few uses, I will defiantly update the review to reflect that performance feature.
I've got it pinned to the mattress, as it states in the instructions, and they even include the pins. So it's never crumpled in any sort of way, which they warn not to do (I guess so that heating element which winds through the pad doesn't kink or overlay part of itself and cause too much heat in one place).
Personally, I've had it wired directly to a 12v lithium battery in my trailer, but on occasion, I use 120v-to-12v power adapters (when i've got shore power). And I can definitely tell that it maxes out at about the 3 or 4 setting when I use a power brick that 'only' supplies 6A.
That's been enough for me most nights, but if it ever got super cold, like in the teens, I'd need to either connect it to the battery OR use a power brick that supplies more current to get the full heat this thing is capable of producing.
On that note, I think it's really great that this thing creates the heat UNDER you, which then rises around/through you, and is held in by the covers that you put on top, as opposed to a heated blanket which stays on top of you or that you try to wrap around you.
I honestly think that between this thing and the Milliard Tri Folding Mattress I bought to put it on, they've been the best money I've spent in terms of accessories for my camper. And that's really saying something coming from an apparently picky customer such as myself.
That's all the more reason why I'm surprised to see so many negative reviews on this thing that have appeared since I first bought it about 11 months ago, and normally, I wouldn't even CONSIDER purchasing an item that has 18% 1-star reviews (normally, anything above 12% 1-star reviews is automatically a no-go in my book).
So...I'm not sure if there are a lot of duds out there and I just lucked out by getting a good one, or if maybe people aren't supplying enough power for this thing to do its job properly. But I, for one, am very happy with this purchase.
Take it for what it's worth :-)
Well, my second one only lasted 4 months. Even at that it never seemed as warm as the first one on a consistent basis.
I need to find something else.
Written May 2019:
My first one lasted 4 years.
The second one I bought in May 2019 and it stopped working in September. In addition it never seemed to get as hot as the first one.
I loved it when it works, but for $100 I can't keep replacing them.