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Trademark Tools 12V Plaid Electric Warm Blanket Cover for Automobile
Keeping warm in and out of your vehicle just got a lot easier.
The electric car blanket allows you or your passengers extra warmth.
Stitched from 100 percent polyester fleece, this large electric blanket is comfortable, functional and safe.
Use it to keep your seat warm when the mercury drops; or wrap yourself up while cruising around in your convertible with the top down. You'll be the toast of the tailgate when you unfurl this blanket and its 8 feet long cord means you can extend its range well beyond the back seat.
The electric car blanket is gentle on your car's battery and safe for extended use.
And the electric car blanket's generous size, 43 inches x 59 inches, is large enough to stretch across two front seats or cover an entire back row of most cars, trucks and SUVs
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