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Cordless Heated Car Screen Scraper – this ice be gone deals with those cold brrr mornings

Cordlessheatedscraper

This Cordless Heated Car Screen Scraper sounds perfect for banishing the tedium of those sub-zero mornings, scrape scrape scraping like some mindless polar bear in a suit. It recharges from the cigarette lighter socket, so you’ll get rid of the frost and snow double quick only to be faced with a dud battery. Heh, just kidding. Ooh, and it comes with a tiny LED light so you can see your miserable task’s progress in the dark too. £24.99.

  Heated element in scraper head to effortlessly clear frost during cold weather # Charges from your DC cigarette lighter socket or from mains charger (both supplied) # Works cordlessly for approximately 20 minutes on a full charge # Fully charged from the mains in approximately 6 to 7 hours or from cigarette socket in approximately 3 to 4 hours # Rugged teeth on reverse of scraper head to help break up solid chunks of ice # Scraper head measures 11.5cm width to minimise the time taken to clear your windscreen or windows # Built-in twin LED torch on the top of the shaft makes it easy to use, even in the dark

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


7 Comments

  • I probably should have written: I heard boiling water was the best way to de ice a windscreen. ;-)

    Yeah I think it does crack them.

  • Great! Articles Thanks alot.

  • I heard boiling water was the best way to de ice a windscreen?

  • ya it was necessary.with normal scraper it takes too much time to clean it and specially in that cold no way.this will realy work.

  • Doesn't that crack the screen? Or is that old wive's tale?

  • Vandal :-)

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