Feet heating mat under desk?

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Robin

SWMBO swears by footwarmers - eg the Beurer FW20 Electric Fleece Foot Warmer
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4433996.htm.

ISTM they would be more cost-effective than a "mat". But the downside is
that there is a risk of fall until the user learns to remove feet before
walkiong away from the desk. Empirical evidence from a sample of one is
that the learning period is very short.
 
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Brian Gaff

Hmm, always be a bit wary about putting my feet into something connected to
the mains. Did they not produce a gadget similar to this for inside beds as
well?
Brian
 
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Brian Gaff

Actually socks do not work. It seems that you need to at least generate a
bit of heat to get the feet to start to warm up.
Brian
 
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charles

Actually socks do not work. It seems that you need to at least generate
a bit of heat to get the feet to start to warm up. Brian
insoles with some heat reflecting material do help.
 
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Dave Liquorice

Actually socks do not work. It seems that you need to at least generate
a bit of heat to get the feet to start to warm up.
Socks work for me, even if I've been daft enough to let my feet get
very cold. Pull on a second pair (thick woolly walking boot type
socks) and within minutes the feet are no longer a couple of ice
cubes.
 
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Huge

I suffer from cold feet - poor circulation in the legs according to the
quack - and wear bed socks most of the year so socks work for me.
<AOL>
 
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Derek Geldard

I just fill an old-fashioned hot water bottle, put it on the floor and
rest my feet on it.
I use an old fashioned (Victorian ?) stone coloured pot one with a
rounded off triangular cross section.

OTOH Maplin have a range of rubbishy, cheap and cheerful, electrically
heated garments that might even include slippers.

On "sale" about half the time.

Derek G
 

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