To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury, be sure to adhere to the following directions:
- Inspect the HeatPod, remote control, and power cables for damage or fraying before every use. Do not use if the power cord or blanket is frayed or broken.
- Ensure that your local electric network complies with the voltage and frequency indicated in this manual.
- Do not spill water or other liquids on the HeatPod or remote control. In the event of a spill, wipe clean immediately with a dry cloth.
- Avoid using the HeatPod in close proximity to other electrical and/or heated products, in high-temperature areas, or near heaters, fireplaces, stoves, cooking areas, or directly under the sun.
- Disconnect the remote control and power supply during long periods of disuse.
- Do not wear any metal jewelry or watches (including smart watches) while using the HeatPod.
- Do not place any items, such as additional blankets or coverings, on top of the HeatPod while it is in use.
- Do not use the HeatPod on flammable surfaces or on items with poor heat dissipation properties, such as leather sofas, water beds, or very thick duvets or comforters.
- Do not leave the HeatPod unattended and unused while it is turned on for more than 10 minutes.
- Do not place the HeatPod in direct sunlight.
- Do not fold and store the HeatPod while it is still hot. Ensure that it cools completely beforehand.
- Keep children and pets away from the HeatPod.
Consult your physician before using the HeatPod if any of the following applies to you:
- Sensitivity to heat or high temperatures
- Skin sensitivity or diseases
- Heart diseases or illnesses
- Post-surgery recuperation
- Constant or persistent nausea or migraines
- Splanchnic diseases
- Osteoporosis or broken bones
- Abnormal or elevated blood pressure
- Pregnancy or breastfeeding
- Anhidrosis, a condition where you sweat too much or too little
- Metal or other body implants