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Old 01-31-2011, 11:31 AM   #1
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12V Blanket ?

Sorry if this is the wrong forum!

My motorhome dash heating/cooling system is lousy. My passenger gets cold and I'd like to have a 12V blanket or some type of heater to keep her warm and not have to rely on running a generator or dash heater.

Surely someone out there has had the same issue and can give some suggestions.

Thanks in advance for any replies!

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Might want to check Harbor Freight for their hand held 12v defroster.
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Old 01-31-2011, 12:22 PM   #3
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Camping World has a 12 volt throw and Costco did have one.. I bought mine from Costco and it's great! It has a long enough cord that I can even use it while watching TV on the couch or setting at my computer. The one with a timer is good... if you forget to turn it off it does so its self after a time you set.
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12 Volt Electric Blankets - Heated Travel Blankets
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SHOCKING!!!
Camping World is cheaper.. http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/item/12-volt-electric-travel-blanket/47685
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We got one of the Costco 12V blankets - used it last October on a trip from Chicago. DW loved it!

The timer feature was not a plus in her view. She'd doze off snuggled in the blanket only to be awakened later when the timer cycled off.
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