Thermal Hypoallergenic Lap Throw Winged Blanket USA-Manufactured Range Launched

A new thermal hypoallergenic lap throw called The Warmer Upper has been launched in time for winter. The blanket is designed and manufactured in the USA by an Air Force veteran.

Simsbury, United States - November 21, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A new thermal hypoallergenic lap throw has been launched that is designed and manufactured in the USA. The veteran-owned company behind The Warmer Upper explains the patent-pending design is ergonomic with the seated user in mind as it offers warmth, functionality, and a touch-sensitive removable pouch for devices.

Find out more at https://mywarmerupper.com

The newly launched lap throw, The Warmer Upper is made from Polartec Thermal Pro®, which offers warmth and superior comfort making it the ideal gift for the festive period and cold winter months. The team add that for a limited time, they are offering The Warmer Upper at a reduced rate with over 50% off the recommended retail price. More details are available via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thewarmerupper/?view_public_for=107584324247742.

Due to the ergonomic wrap-around wing design, the blanket stays in place and will not fall off the lap of the person using it. In addition, the design means it is not bulky, which makes it easy to use and easy to store. It is ideal for people who spend time working from home, those who are always cold in the office, or elderly relatives who live in care facilities.

Personal electronics can easily be organized in the removable touch-sensitive pouch that is designed to sit on the lap. In addition, the touch-sensitive pouch protects the device and enables people to use it while it is on their lap.

The Warmer Upper team explain that for a short time they are including a 6ft universal extender cord as a bonus. It charges devices while they are in the pouch and is only available while the company has them in stock.

A reviewer wrote: “I love my new Warmer Upper. It works in the office where I used to freeze no matter what the temperature was outside. It does not bulk up on the sides of my office chair, and I still look professional. The pouch is a bonus and works well with my phone.”

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the links provided. Alternatively, the company Instagram can be viewed at https://www.instagram.com/mywarmerupper/?igshid=tzhmkzozt8q2.

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Carrier
Email: Send Email
Organization: LapWrap, LLC
Address: 34 Chriswell Dr, Simsbury, Connecticut 06070, United States
Website: http://mywarmerupper.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88986625

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