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SensorPEDIC Heated Neck and Shoulder Wrap With Digital Controller EXPIRED

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Macy's has SensorPEDIC Heated Neck and Shoulder Wrap With Digital Controller on sale for $37.99. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  • 26"W x 25"L
  • Soft microfleece cover with weighted edges & an easy close neck snap help keep wrap from shifting
  • 6 Heat settings

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Macy's [macys.com] has the SensorPEDIC Heated Neck and Shoulder Wrap With Digital Controller on sale for $37.99. Shipping is free. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store, see instructions below.

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  • SensorSafe technology ensures the wrap will not overheat while the wrap automatically turns off after 3 hours.
  • Soft microfleece cover features weighted edges and an easy close neck snap.
  • This deal price is $13.11 lower (26% savings) than the next-lowest price I found from a reputable retailer, with pricing of $51.10 and up at time of this post.
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Bought in 2014. Still going strong.
If you're feeling fancy you can buy this but a heating pad will do the exact same thing for half the price.

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If you're feeling fancy you can buy this but a heating pad will do the exact same thing for half the price.
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Quote from JohnTravoltasWig :
If you're feeling fancy you can buy this but a heating pad will do the exact same thing for half the price.
How gauche!!!
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Quote from JohnTravoltasWig :
If you're feeling fancy you can buy this but a heating pad will do the exact same thing for half the price.
Was thinking the same. Either way, make use of FSA/HSA account!
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Quote from JohnTravoltasWig :
If you're feeling fancy you can buy this but a heating pad will do the exact same thing for half the price.
I enjoy placing my shirt in the oven a la Seinfeld
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Was thinking the same. Either way, make use of FSA/HSA account!
I was happy to find out FSA money can still be rolled over to next year do to COVID
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I was happy to find out FSA money can still be rolled over to next year do to COVID
Did not know that. I'm HSA so get to roll anyway, but sometimes forget about little things that are eligible vs. doctor visits and such. Bandages, Q-tips, sunscreen, ..heating pads Smilie
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Quote from JohnTravoltasWig :
If you're feeling fancy you can buy this but a heating pad will do the exact same thing for half the price.
Link for a good heating pad? Preferably for both back and neck like this one?
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I was happy to find out FSA money can still be rolled over to next year do to COVID
Yeah but I think my company only announced it in like mid December about it so it was pretty useless. The fact that fsa is YOUR money and it doesn't rollover is BS IMO. Same goes for dcfsa.
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Link for a good heating pad? Preferably for both back and neck like this one?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001JCXJTW
Bought in 2014. Still going strong.
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Yeah but I think my company only announced it in like mid December about it so it was pretty useless. The fact that fsa is YOUR money and it doesn't rollover is BS IMO. Same goes for dcfsa.
Agreed. The idea of having to try to predict how much you're going to need for health care costs in the upcoming year when those costs are so unpredictable (especially in the US), while losing your own money if you're wrong, is dumb.
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Agreed. The idea of having to try to predict how much you're going to need for health care costs in the upcoming year when those costs are so unpredictable (especially in the US), while losing your own money if you're wrong, is dumb.
I stick with the HSA for this reason.
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Quote from JohnTravoltasWig :
If you're feeling fancy you can buy this but a heating pad will do the exact same thing for half the price.
whats the difference between this and a heating pad? When I search for heating pad, pretty much the exact same thing comes up
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As someone that deals with a wife that has chronic pain, not all heating pads are the same. Half of the ones sold on Amazon are garbage. Over the last 10 years I probably have $500 in heating pads, let's give this one a shot
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