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Imperceptible heat generationconsidering it pulls 3 or 4 amps. Left it on the campervan bed for an hour came back and nothing, zero affect. So I decided to lie under the blanket and read a book for half an hour and I think I noticed it was slightly warmer than an normal non electric fleece blanket would have been. But, that may have been wishfull thinking. So, I then decided to lie on top of it (which is unsafe to do) and yes it does generate its own heat. But, it is so minusule you would be better off saving your money or spending it on a good Marino wool blanket. I was hoping it would be as warm as my cheap after market 12 volt car seat covers, but It does not even produce 10% of the heat that they produce. A very disapointing product. Can you give zero stars?
It doesn’t get that warm..... and it takes forever to warm up. I bought so I can keep warm while my car is heating up in the winter. However my car warms up faster than the blanket! Idk I wouldn’t recommend unless you like a slightly warm blanket
I bought two of these blankets and neither of them heat up. I have tried them in the car while camping and there is no perceptible heat coming from it. The LED light comes on when plugged in and the voltmeter indicates it is using power but it does not heat up. Now that the return window has passed I am not sure what to do with it. I should have heeded many other reviews that said the same thing before i bought it. If the seller/manufacturer would like to refund or send me a new one I would welcome that.
I've tried two different Stalwart 12v heated blankets through Amazon. Powered them using multiple 12v sources and neither of them worked. The blankets were drawing close to 40w but didn't even get remotely warm.