Has anybody used these heated mats for winter RV'ing; pros. cons?

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Not those specific ones, but a buddy uses some smaller, ~75W DC powered ones.

Specifications​



  • Model: SS—GYRXT0009
  • Dimension: 13" x 10' x 0.07"/33 x 304.8 x 0.2 cm
  • Material: PVC
  • Weight: 7 lbs/3.16 kg
  • Melting Speed: 2''/5 cm per hour
  • Melting Temp.: > 104 ℉/40 ℃
  • Power: 360W±10%
  • Electric Current: 3A±10%
  • Power Cord Length: 6 ft/1.8 m
  • W/ UL Certification
360W±10%. When you factor in inverter inefficiencies, that's closer to 425W±10%

They will suck juice like mad.
 

PaintBrush

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Not those specific ones, but a buddy uses some smaller, ~75W DC powered ones.

Specifications​



  • Model: SS—GYRXT0009
  • Dimension: 13" x 10' x 0.07"/33 x 304.8 x 0.2 cm
  • Material: PVC
  • Weight: 7 lbs/3.16 kg
  • Melting Speed: 2''/5 cm per hour
  • Melting Temp.: > 104 ℉/40 ℃
  • Power: 360W±10%
  • Electric Current: 3A±10%
  • Power Cord Length: 6 ft/1.8 m
  • W/ UL Certification
360W±10%. When you factor in inverter inefficiencies, that's closer to 425W±10%

They will suck juice like mad.
Thanks, Sunshine. I'll look into those.
 
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