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ThermaWeight is a heated neck and shoulder wrap that measures 14 by 22 inches. Aside from being able to give off heat when plugged into electricity, each wrap also contains weighted clay beads. After you wrap this garment around your neck and shoulders, the beads will aim to provide gentle pressure to those areas of your body in order to reduce stress and relieve pain. This neck and shoulder wrap is machine washable and comes with a nine-foot power cord.
The cost of ThermaWeight is $39.99 plus $9.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second ThermaWeight at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $59.97.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: thermaweight.com
Before you use your ThermaWeight wrap, you'll need to plug it into an electrical outlet. This outlet can be up to nine feet away from where you're planning to sit, due to the long extension cord that comes with each wrap.
Next, wrap the garment around your neck and shoulders as you would a scarf, but leave the ends dangling loose at the front instead of tying them together in any way. It's fine if the garment is touching your hair since it won't get hot enough to burn it.
Finally, use the control panel that's attached to your wrap's extension cord to turn the wrap on and thereby deliver heat to your neck and shoulders. You can sit and relax as long as you'd like with this garment wrapped around you, although the heating function will automatically shut off (and will need to be turned back on) after two hours. When you do get up, it's best to power off your wrap if it's still on, and unplug its extension cord.
Each ThermaWeight wrap comes in a shade of light gray, a shade that's commonly considered gender and age-neutral and can be soothing.
A set of these wraps actually includes two identical wraps, so you may want to leave one upstairs and one downstairs, or take one to work and leave one at home. With each wrap, you'll get a drawstring storage bag that you'll be able to place the wrap in when you're not using it. These bags come in the same shade of gray as the wrap.
The fabric used to create each ThermaWeight wrap is breathable, so you'll likely feel comfortably warm but not too hot while yours is wrapped around your neck. If needed, you probably will be able to use your wrap in the summer without feeling too sweaty (you'll also have the option of enjoying the weighted beads without turning on the heat). Plus, the breathable fabric has been designed not to slip, which means that the wrap will stay put against your neck while you have it on instead of slipping down or sliding off of you.
These wraps are machine washable, but you must make sure you detach each one from its power cord and control panel before you run it through your washing machine. The power cord and control panel must never be washed.
The ThermaWeight wrap is suitable for people of all ages, regardless of gender, so you might choose to share yours with roommates, your partner or your family members. Just keep in mind that you should supervise any children who haven't reached their teenage years while they have the garment wrapped around them.
If you spend all day standing up on the job or sitting at a somewhat uncomfortable desk in your office, using one of these wraps when you get home will likely benefit you. Once you put it on, the heat it delivers and the weight of its clay beads will help relieve any physical pain you're experiencing in the neck and shoulders. If you feel stressed out, its heat and weight may also calm you down and make you feel rested. Following that, you may be able to go to sleep more quickly than you normally do.
Some heating pads might overheat on you and run the risk of catching on fire if you accidentally fall asleep while using them. That won't be a problem with the ThermaWeight wrap, though, as it'll automatically turn off and cool down after a couple of hours of use. If you want to keep using it, you'll be able to turn it back on, but if you're snoozing, it'll remain off and you and your surroundings will remain safe.
Those people who are looking for enhanced relief may be interested in the deluxe version of this wrap. It's just like the standard version, except for the fact that it'll literally massage your neck and shoulders after you've wrapped it around them and have turned it on.
If your neck and shoulders tend to feel fine at the end of the day, but you often experience pain elsewhere (like in your legs or lower back), you might not find this wrap useful. It's been crafted for use on the neck and shoulders, so it'll wrap around them smoothly and contour itself to fit the shape of your upper body, but it may not fit as nicely elsewhere. For pain within other body parts, you may be better off with a heating pad that's a different size and is differently shaped.
You'll need electricity to use your ThermaWeight wrap, and you'll need to be within nine feet of an electrical outlet to use it. As a result, you may not be able to use the wrap while sitting in certain areas of your yard that are far from your house, or at a campsite or cottage with no electricity. Moreover, if you're trying to cut down on electricity usage at your home or workplace for any reason, using one of these wraps won't help you with your goal.
Unfortunately, there's a chance that the fabric used to make up each of these wraps could rip, sending the clay beads inside scattering everywhere. Not only would this make your wrap nearly useless, but you'd also have a big mess to clean up. In order to help avoid this sort of situation, you'll have to aim to keep this wrap away from sharp things like pet's claws, scissors, and knitting needles. Putting it away in its storage bag should help, but then it may not be ready at hand whenever you want to grab it.
If you often go to a massage therapist to have the kinks in your neck and shoulders worked on after a long week of work or athletic activities, this may no longer be necessary. Once you start using your ThermaWeight wrap on a daily or weekly basis, you might find that its clay beads penetrate so gently yet deeply into your muscles that you no longer need massage therapy.
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