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The Spouse Heater

My husband and I

My husband and I

Among multiple reviews of supplements, equipment, diets, and lifestyle changes, I really feel that I must take a moment to acknowledge my favorite and most durable way to keep warm: the Spouse-Heater.

How does one use the Spouse-Heater anyway?

  • I like to place my Spouse-Heater on my spot of the bed while I get ready to turn in. That way, when I crawl into bed, my spot is nicely warmed.
  • Ask the Spouse-Heater to hold your coat before slipping into it. This is as effective as putting your clothes in the dryer to warm them and uses less electricity.
  • While driving on a cold winter’s night, I apply one large Spouse-Heater hand to both of my cold hands until they turn pink again.
  • The Spouse-Heater comes with extra large sweatshirts that I can use as a robe.
  • The bearded version has additional warmth and softness.

My spouse-heater does have certain limitations. As hard as I have tried, he cannot warm all of me at once like the fabulous heated blanket—one side of me is always left cold.

Despite this limitation, I love the self-recharging batteries. I have the cordless version with a lifetime warranty, but I do not believe I will use it as he has continued to warm me for more than 7 years now without any glitches.


'The Spouse Heater' have 4 comments

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    […] in our marriage, my spouse heater bought me a pair of battery-heated glove liners to see if they would keep my hands warmer while I […]

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  2. December 31, 2015 @ 7:06 pm Essential Oils and Massage |

    […] awesome experience to be massaged; all of my cold, tense muscles get more blood flow and warmth. My Spouse-Heater often buys a massage gift certificate for my birthday, and I certainly enjoy it. I always need a […]

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  3. January 25, 2016 @ 9:47 pm Hydration: Drink ‘Till Your Pink |

    […] my white-fingered hands were freezing. I had slipped in and turned the air conditioner off when my Spouse-Heater wasn’t looking, and the house temperature was up to a toasty 89 degrees. I then spent an hour in […]

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  4. August 8, 2016 @ 9:30 pm Put Your Feet Up |

    […] of all, if you try it and it makes you feel awful, then stop. My husband, for example, said that it felt stressful, so he stopped. No problem. But you may just love it like […]

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