DRIVER’S SCARF HEATED BY CAR (Jul, 1934)

DRIVER’S SCARF HEATED BY CAR

An electrically heated scarf for the comfort of open-car drivers on cool evenings has been devised by a Los Angeles, Calif., inventor. An electric heating element is woven into the fabric, and a flexible cord attached to one end of the scarf is plugged into an outlet in the dashboard and connected with the electrical system of the automobile, exactly as a cigarette lighter is worked.

3 comments
  1. Githyanki says: February 29, 20083:44 am

    If she was cold, she could put the top up.

  2. Blurgle says: February 29, 20089:33 am

    Didn’t they learn anything from Isadora Duncan?

    Also, why does someone in Los Angeles need a heated scarf?

  3. vse says: February 29, 200810:39 am

    Well, Mercedes does this a little more sophisticated these days: “Airscarf” http://www.theaa.com/al…

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