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    So, one other possible option that I've carpet...

    So, one other possible option that I've carpet tested.
    It hadn't occurred to me [I dunno why] to use the Warmfits with a USB battery.
    They are ~6 ohms, so will put out less heat at 4.2 volts.

    I...
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    2) The Cozy-feet beds are, IMO, quite good. I...

    2) The Cozy-feet beds are, IMO, quite good. I think they offer a lot of great options.
    I have run these for a couple of days in a couple of different ways.

    They'll probably provide the best...
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    Some preliminary observations. 1) The...

    Some preliminary observations.

    1) The all-in-one "Warmfits" I mention above are not bad.
    Here's a link on Amazon....
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    Yeah what "North" said. The hottronics, I...

    Yeah what "North" said. The hottronics, I thought, used a small circular heating element that you could put on top of the footbed. Now you'd be stuck with the element on that footbed, and couldn't...
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    I'll add: I think the sweet part of using a...

    I'll add:

    I think the sweet part of using a USB battery pack is the ease. They handle their own charging, so that's solved. If you want more voltage than a regular Lipo cell gives [3.7v] you...
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    Somehow I missed that. So, you're pumping 5v...

    Somehow I missed that.
    So, you're pumping 5v into the cozy-feet elements?
    A test setup I did where I used 5v [under load, not 5v quiescent] and those things get pretty hot. [Like very, very warm....
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    Bumping this - I haven't been able to find any...

    Bumping this - I haven't been able to find any real threads about it - pretty much nada everywhere.
    Would be glad for any pointers - but I am working on my own DIY project.

    First test yesterday....
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