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Discussion: Bat Warmer address

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Jan. 23, 2006
Warmerguy
3 posts
Bat Warmer address
For those that have misplaced my address:
Solar Bat Warmer
PO Box 2733
Prescott, AZ 86302
Singles, $18, doubles $28
All taxes and mailing included, checks only.
Mail you order or email to sbw@northlink.com
Jan. 23, 2006
JMJIT
Men's 60
35 posts
Whast materials are your bat warmers made of??
Jan. 24, 2006
Warmerguy
3 posts
Bat Warmer material: There are two layers of black flannel backed vinyl with fiber foam insulation. The fron is 20 gague clear vinyl letting the sun in. It is stiched with haevy nylon binding tape and has velcro to hold the heat in around the neck of the bat. It is a professional operation although I have done it mostly as a convienience and not as a profit making operation. i first refused to carry one of those wooden box type warmers. This is much better. They are all over the southwest states ,3000 so far.
Aug. 15, 2006
rebel44
4 posts
I manufacture and sell a batwarmer using wire and nycad battery packs. I am in the process of developing one that will heat up to 9 bats at a time. If anyone is interested. I can be contacted at jcbailey@gorge.net or check out my website at www.baileysinnovativeproducts.com
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