You can now buy a heated folding chair to keep you warm all year round

You can now buy a heated folding chair to keep you warm all year round

If you happen to have a penchant for camping but are dreading the plunging temperatures over the next few months, as we get closer and closer to the harsh winter season, you might want to invest in a particular heated camp chair from Chaheati.

The company is selling a heated, folding camp chair with a rechargeable battery that will keep you warm for hours while you spend time in the great outdoors.

The chair comes with three different temperature settings: 100, 113 or 131 degrees Fahrenheit, which, according to the company, corresponds to a duration of seven, four and two hours respectively.

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It is also "element resistant" so the chair should be able to withstand erratic weather conditions. The product comes with an 11.1 Volt Lithium rechargeable battery and a USB port for you to charge your phone and tablets as you enjoy the heated comfort.

Plus the carrying case that the folding chair comes with weighs only 12 lbs, so it's perfectly practical and easy to transport.

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Take a read of the company's description for the product in full:

"Be one of the first on the block to own a Chaheati® All-Season Heated Chair. We call it 'All-Season' because it has three temperature settings and is element resistant. It provides just the right amount of heat in any season. It’s the only heated camping chair on the market that uses a patented woven heating technology rather than coils and a tidy lithium-ion rechargeable battery that lasts for hours."

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If you're interested, you can order a Chaheati Maxx Heated Chair for $119.99.

However, if you'd like to save about 10 dollars, you can still purchase the older model instead for $109.99. You should know, though, that the MAXX Heating system for the $119.99 version covers over twice the surface area than their original 7.4v system, so the extra $10 might just be worth it in the end.