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[Costco] Sunbeam Renue Neck and Shoulder Heating Pad with Moist Heat $29.99, Shipped

This Sunbeam Renue Neck and Shoulder Heating Pad with Moist Heat is $29.99 and the lowest Camel has ever taken it for a spin is $29.99 - back in 2012! The average price is $50.50 and the current price at Amazon.ca is $49.99. (Highest price $54.99)

Costco.ca however, is selling it for $29.99. shipped! This is an amazing deal and makes a perfect gift for someone who has everything.

We actually do have one of these without the moist heat option (which is extremely important in so many different types of injuries/pain etc.) We LOVE ours. I am going to order one for my Mom as soon as I post this.

It's so soft...


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You can read with it:

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You can pretend-type with it! (Could probably type with it on.)


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You can ignore people with it on if you want to!



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No worries. but that is not a good warmer.

Not hot enough and chemical smells even after 6 months
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It’s alright. I bought it and the magnetic tips are good to keep it over the shoulders. I wish it had loops or something so I could use my arm weight to pull it in tight to my shoulders.

It’s better than my old school heating pad but not a game changer in my opinion.
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Thatdealguy wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 5:49 am
No worries. but that is not a good warmer.

Not hot enough and chemical smells even after 6 months
We have had ours for a few years now and I don’t remember a horrible smell but I recall it having a burnt odour. I don’t smell it anymore, so hang in there! ;-)
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Dec 3rd, 2017 6:21 am
It’s alright. I bought it and the magnetic tips are good to keep it over the shoulders. I wish it had loops or something so I could use my arm weight to pull it in tight to my shoulders.

It’s better than my old school heating pad but not a game changer in my opinion.
It would be amazing to loop around arms/shoulders! I love the clasp to hold it around neck. Total game changer for me, when I wake up on my neck the wrong way after sleeping.

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