This Heated Scarf Is Designed to Keep You Warm For 5 Hours, and I Already Feel Cozy
If you're like me, you can never seem to escape the feeling of being cold. Fuzzy socks and heated slippers are good friends of mine, but a heated scarf? I had never heard of such a thing until Dr. Scarf was put on my radar. A company called Dr. Battery, which is headquartered in British Columbia, claims to have invented the world's first heated scarf that warms you up as you wear it around your neck. Yep, I'm in.
The scarf is made of a soft material that combines polyester, anion fabric, and graphene fabric. It releases anions (and therefore heat) when turned on, and I'm no scientist, but all I need to know is that means it heats me up. Dr. Scarf has two adjustable heat settings that you can choose from (high and low), and it snaps together with magnetic buttons. It also comes with a power bank and a three-in-one charging cable that lets you also charge your phone(s), which is a plus.
Right now, the scarf has a Kickstarter page and has not yet met its goal. And not having tried it myself, I can't vouch for its effectiveness, but I can look forward to the possibility of any and all heated products keeping me cozy. See more photos of this life-changing scarf ahead, and learn more on the Kickstarter profile.