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Standard Size Heating Pad

1.6 out of 5 Customer Rating
SBM HEATING PAD_SLIDE 3HS is rated 1.6 out of 5 by 11.
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Standard Size Heating Pad

1.6 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Description
This Sunbeam® Standard-Size Heating Pad delivers soothing heat therapy for common muscle pain and joint pain. The 12 x 15-inch pad covers most muscle groups to help accelerate tissue healing and relax sore muscles associated with muscle tension and stress. Customize treatment with 3 heat settings. Enjoy convenient features such as an easy-to-use slide controller designed for those with arthritis pain, a long 9-foot cord for added convenience. The vinyl hot pad has a soft, machine washable cover for easy care.
  • Pain Relief: 12 x 15-inch Sunbeam heating pad provides soothing heat therapy for common muscle and joint pain
  • Clinically Proven: Heat is clinically proven to relieve pain associated with muscle tension and stress
  • High-Level Heat: Heat increases blood flow to accelerate tissue healing and relax sore muscles associated with muscle tension and stress
  • Arthritis-Friendly Slide Controller: Customize treatment with 3 heat settings using the large slide button controller, specially designed for those with arthritis pain
  • Convenient Features: Long, convenient 9-foot cord
  • Moist Heat Option: Spray fabric cover with water for deep, penetrating pain relief
  • Easy Care: Vinyl pad has a soft cover that's machine washable and dryer-safe
  • HSA/FSA Eligible
  • UL Certified, FDA registered Class II Medical Device
Specifications
  • Model#: 731-500-000R
  • Additional SKUs: 2101860
  • Color: Light Blue
  • Dimensions: 12 x 15-inch
  • Wattage: 50W
  • Power Source: 120V AC Outlet
  • Cord Length (IN): 108
  • Material Type: 100% Polyester Cover, Vinyl Pad
  • Batteries Required: No
Care & Maintenance
Machine-washable pad cover
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS: CAUTION: DO NOT DRY CLEAN! DO NOT BLEACH! DO NOT USE WRINGER! 1. Disconnect pad from outlet. 2. Remove cover from pad. 3. Machine wash only the cover in cool water on gentle cycle, or hand wash. Use mild detergent. 4. Hang to dry or machine dry on gentle, cool cycle. 5. Do not wash heating pad. Wipe heating pad with a damp cloth only, as needed. Do not dampen the cord and connector. Hang to dry.
Product Disclaimer
This product must be used in accordance with the Important Safety Instructions found within the Instruction Booklet.
Warranty
5 year limited warranty
Product Manuals
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Melted I used as directed for about 3 or 4 and when I pulled it out again to use it it was crumpled in the corner and seemed to be melted together. I tried to uncrumple it and now there’s a small hole in it. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2021-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good I bought this like a month ago and it helps for about 20 minutes then it shuts off by itself. It says it has auto shut off in 2 hours for peace of mind but not true. Heating is good and it does help but not enough time.
Date published: 2020-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My BFF Okay so I’ve read a lot of negative reviews and honestly what are you people doing to your poor heating pad?? I’ve had zero problems with mine, it works wonderfully every time and I use it quite frequently. Sunbeam makes good products and providing you’re intelligent enough to use it properly it will last you and function as it’s designed to. Honestly people will whine about anything to just get attention. Stop slandering good products because you can’t operate a simple device.
Date published: 2022-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not heat well I brought it 2 days ago and it does not heat up. No matter what settings I put it on....still can barely feel the heat.
Date published: 2020-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good size Have bought 2 of these and both went out. Red light comes on, but doesn't get warm
Date published: 2021-02-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't warm up on any temperature. I bought this and pretty much on the first try would heat up properly. Home Hardware (bought on vacation) would not take it back even with the receipt. Then back home, bought one from Walmart and the exact same problem. Walmart wouldn't take it back either...sanitary and health reasons for both stores. So here I'm out almost $60 and decided to write Sunbeam. They are replacing it. I hope it's not the same one as it's a piece of garbage!
Date published: 2022-01-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dangerous -- do not buy This pad has had very little use and was stored carefully in a closet. When I recently tried to use it, the indicator light blinked on and off and the pad didn't warm consistently. I opened the control panel to discover sparking and a burned area where the power supply attached to the circuit board controlling the unit. This posed a very serious fire exposure if used near flammable products.
Date published: 2022-02-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Been around for decades. Sunbeam has been a trusted devices in our home for years and years. I still turn to these for heating type products. I’m hoping my loyalty isn’t misplaced. More and more, I find trusted brands of 100 years ago are not what they used to be. Kinda like clothes, made with cheaper and cheaper fabrics and labor that has little knowledge or devotion to quality control. But I hope Sunbeam is still the same in terms of quality. I’m getting ready to buy a new heating pad so we shall see. To the folks being sarcastic who thinks unplugging it from the wall and the device for 3-5 minutes is some kinda of joke. Many of the electronic digital devices of today may run off tiny computer controllers that if having issues may need to be reset. Think of your smart phones, tablets, even TVs that a simple off for a few minutes clears up mixed signals in the computers and electronic boards. The usual way to reset the heating pad, or at least Sunbeam’s per their instructions, is to stop all electrical current to the device and the wall for at least 3 minutes and preferably 5 minutes. If that doesn’t take care of it, or you have to frequently do this, call them and let them make good on the item. Something else to consider — Some people plug them into extension cords or other such devices, some directly to the wall. I don’t think extension cords are the most safe solution because you aren’t able to tell the quality of the electrical connections in the cord, nor when they start to get old. Many people have extension cords that have been in use for decades. And most people try to buy the cheapest extension cord they can. Not a good decision in my opinion - may not be tested as well, may be cheaply made, may have poorly made connections, etc. at least buy one from a reputable company, that’s been around for a long time, and ones with good warranties and customer service. A bad one can at the least, ruin your device plugged into it, and at the worst — burn your house down. Buy from reputable, long lasting companies know for making durable products and pay attention to their instruction booklets or go on line and look them up if you can’t find. Replace as recommended. Call the company before trashing them — it could be your own stupidity as to why it isn’t working. Too many people say I have been using a heating pad since the 50’s thus even though now many run off little digital computer controllers with lots more functions — they honestly believer they are still the same product of 72 years ago. Many, if not most, products created many decades ago have been improved considerably even if you can’t see it.
Date published: 2022-01-25
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