Panasonic develops electric rug: used for warmth, not zaps

Ryan Block
R. Block|08.27.07

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Ryan Block
August 27th, 2007
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Panasonic develops electric rug: used for warmth, not zaps

Ok, we can understand the whole heated floors thing, especially in the dead of winter where your hardwood often feels like it's going to give your toes a mild case of frostbite. But level with us here, Panasonic, if you're going to develop an electric blanket, at least have the decency and sense of humor to make the damn thing into the most powerful covert Van De Graff generator the world has ever known. Yeah, we're totally the types to give our guests static shocks bad enough to burn holes in their clothes -- so what? On sale in Japan this September.

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