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Cryopak - Microwave Heating Pad

Updated on April 18, 2012

Microwave Heat Pads

My mother is an arthritis sufferer. And she received this Cryopak heating pad a few Christmases ago. She raved about how much she loved it. One day last winter when I had a stiff neck she threw it in the microwave and laid it across the back of my neck. I couldn't believe how great it felt and the heat lasted for hours. I couldn't believe how much better my back felt.

As a child, I remember us having an electric heating pad in the home, but this microwave neck warmer was incredible. I was hooked. We now have two in our home and believe me they get a lot of use.

A microwaveable heating pad is also much safer than using an electric one. It is convenience and very portable as well. I will never, ever go back to an electric heating pad again.

Cryopak Simply Cozy 10 x 13-Inch Microwaveable Heat Pad (Pack of 2)

Simply Cozy Pack

This Cryopak Simply Cozy 10 x 13-Inch Microwaveable Heat Pad is terrific because you only have to put it in the microwave for a moment and it will stay warm for hours. It will soothe your sore muscles. It will quickly ease a stiff neck as well as relieve stiffness and soreness caused by arthritis.

This Simply Cozy Pack contains two cozy reusable microwaveable heat pads, each pad measuring 10 x 13 inches. They stay warm longer to provide lasting relief from aches and stiffness. It comes with a washable flannel cover that is really soft against your skin. They will be giving your family heat therapy for years.


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    • wavegirl22 profile image

      Shari 7 years ago from New York, NY

      I am a heating pad addict. . whatever is the ailment of the moment, I turn to the good old heating pad, but after this read (thumbs up) I am going to go past go fast and get me one!

    • rancidTaste profile image

      rancidTaste 7 years ago

      Microwave Heating Pad, is really safer to use than using an electric one. I like to use that...

    • Money Glitch profile image

      Money Glitch 7 years ago from Texas

      Hhhmmm, what will they think of next. I think I will have to check this product out as well. Thanks for sharing. :)

    • Dobson profile image

      Dobson 7 years ago from Virginia

      Well I guess I need to check this product out. My aching back as well as my wife's back can use this kind of attention. Thanks Wendy for sharing your experience here.

    • K9keystrokes profile image

      India Arnold 7 years ago from Northern, California

      My back has just advised me that I must acquire one of these Cryopak - Microwave Heating Pads. All of this 60dc2 writing and sitting is taking its toll!

      K9

    • sunforged profile image

      sunforged 7 years ago from Sunforged.com

      My Grandmother swears by these to help her when "Arthur" bothers her.

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      Tony 7 years ago from At the Gemba

      I have one of these and it is great for my back after a long day sat at the computer.

    • IzzyM profile image

      IzzyM 7 years ago from UK

      They sound brilliant! I need to buy one for my back, it aches sometimes :)

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      Mutiny92 7 years ago from Arlington, VA

      I love it! I get a sore back and this is a great idea

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      joaniemb 7 years ago

      Great product so much better than a heating pad with that darn electric cord. Thanks for the useful hub

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      Wendy Krick 7 years ago from Maryland

      Thanks for the comments everyone.

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      Hello, hello, 7 years ago from London, UK

      I have never heard of it and appreciate your informative hub

    • hospitalera profile image

      hospitalera 7 years ago

      Great hub for a great product, just one thing I find funny: Why do they call it 'Cryopak' if cryo stands for cold in Greek? SY

    • billyaustindillon profile image

      billyaustindillon 7 years ago

      Nice hub - I have used a few of these heat pads for injuries - microwave heating pads make it all so moire convenient. Thanks for the review.

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