This Heated Stadium Seat Will Keep You Warm at Every Sports Game This Season

While some people love fall for the sweaters and pumpkin spice-flavored foods, others have their sights set on the sports that come back. Whether your NFL team is one of the lucky ones to be welcoming fans, or you’re gearing up for many weekends spent at your kid’s football game, The Hot Seat from POP will make the experience even better.

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After receiving over $20,000 worth of backers on Kickstarter last year, The Hot Seat is now available for purchase. The heated stadium seat has a high-density foam cushion and backing, so no more hunching. It’s as roomy as a first-class airplane seat, according to the brand, and has padded armrests that you can fold down to make the seat 20 inches wide, for even more room. There are also six reclining positions for the ultimate comfort. This chair looks like it beats those cold, hard bleacher seats, right?

The Hot Seat uses adjustable USB-powered heating technology to give you three different heat levels. All you have to do is push a button and your seat can get up to 115 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s important to note that the seat does not come with a USB battery — however, POP says that it works with any and will last for hours.

As if keeping your booty warm wasn’t reason enough to give the heated stadium seat a try, it’ll also keep all your snacks and belongings organized and in arm’s reach. It has one oversized pocket, three smaller pockets, and a cup holder.

The Hot Seat, which has a waterproof bottom and made with water-resistant material, is available on Amazon Prime for about a 100 bucks with free shipping.  People have commented on how much they enjoy using it at their kids’ and grandkids’ outdoor soccer games. Plus, it comes with backpack straps for easy carrying.

With your coffee, snacks, and, now, the heated stadium chair, you’ll have everything you need to stay warm through those outdoor activities. Bring it on, fall.

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