Hot Pocket’s Self-Heating Sack Keeps You Warm on the Go
Warmer temperatures have outdoor enthusiasts flocking to camping sites across the country. Despite the balmy temperatures during the day, it’s still pretty chilly at night. Instead of bundling up and carrying extra gear, campers can use a Hot Pocket to warm their blankets and clothing. (And no, I’m not talking about a microwaveable sandwich.)
Hot Pocket is the world’s first self-heating sack. Campers can heat up their blankets, sleeping bags, or clothing inside the sack with just a push of a button. Hot Pocket is powered with an ion battery and features two heating panels. Temperatures can reach up to 130 degrees within the sack. That may seem overly hot, until you are freezing at the campsite.
You can also zip open the Hot Pocket and use it as a heating pad. This applies heat directly to your body, rather than to your belongings. Hot Pocket can offer up to six hours of heat with 15 minute increments.
The Hot Pocket is made with lightweight and weather-resistant materials. There are several features rolled into this unique sack. Hot Pocket can compress your clothing or blankets and charge your smartphone. There is even an LED flashlight embedded at the top of the ion battery. It takes about 90 minutes to fully recharge, and you can do so via a USB port. There are three different sizes to choose from: small, medium, or large.
Hot Pocket can be used on camping trips, road trips, or at sporting games. This unique sack offers warmth safely and conveniently. If you’re outside in the cold, Hot Pocket has plenty to offer.