Chris from Portland, Maine!
Wear the hüga on your back inside your teenage mutant ninja turtle (TNMT) costume's shell to stay warm during the cold winter months in Maine. The hüga will ensure that, whether you are dressed as Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, or Michelangelo, your core will stay warm while you use your ninjitsu skills to fight crime across the state. Plus, the shell will protect the hüga from the very crime that you are fighting so that it can provide warmth for its entire battery length. It's no coincidence that hüga has the same letters as "hug a," so next time you see a turtle, give it a big hug and say thank you - that turtle knows the TNMT's and turtles love hugs. The turtle will make sure that the TNMTs protect you too. So Hug A turtle and thank heavens that hüga created a product that will keep you warm, whether you're enjoying a beverage at the Hunt and Alpine club, fighting crime dressed as Donatello, slugging an Allagash White on your porch, sitting on the riverbank between early season casts, or anywhere you're outside enjoying the cool, fresh Maine air with your loved ones.
Sidebar - Oxbow's beer garden in Oxford could benefit from some hüga in the cool autumn months! Much love, and PLEASE keep doing what you're doing. Best, Chris
I found these at Duckfat last night and they saved my bacon. No icy buns after a long, lovely dinner outside!
I was on a fishing trip with some friends in Maine. We stopped at a local brewery to have a couple of beers, the brewery stated that they only had outside seating but offered us to sit on the picnic tables with seat cushions. Seat cushions I said? He pointed to the several hüga heated seat cushions near the table. I have never heard of the company or product until then. We each grabbed a hüga and sat outside in the cold Maine weather. However, I quickly discovered how great the hüga product was. Wow, they kept us warm the entire afternoon. I liked the product so much I immediately went to the website and purchased one for my wife. My wife and I are hockey parents from NH and I thought what better way to keep her warm when she is sitting watching a hockey game. That weekend I gave it to her as Valentine's day gift and she brought it to my son's college hockey game. She said not only did it keep her warm but it was way more comfortable than sitting on the wooden benches. The hüga seat warmer will be a part of our hockey life, a great product!
Our father spends many nights outside replenishing his spirit - it's his figurative (and literal!) escape from the pressures of daily life. Only catch is: his location is upstate New York. Downright lovely in the summer and fall, and a hairs edge from unbearable in the deep winter - as I'm sure you all in Maine can attest to similar conditions! Stumbling across the hüga, we thought that this would be a perfect way to also ease some of the pressure and keep him toasty warm while still escaping outdoors for a little while in almost any temperature.
Just think how great these would be when kneeling or sitting on the ground while putting snow chains on your car!
My wife and I got married October 23rd 2021. When we walked into the reception (which was a barn) and sat down, our seats were pleasantly heated! To our surprise my Aunt had gifted us 2 hüga seats! These would come in very handy throughout the night. We live in Maine and after the wedding festivities we had tents set up to stay the night outside. The temps dropped to the 30’s that night and with all of the wedding planning and chaos we didn’t plan accordingly for the weather. After a while of chattering teeth and a foreseeable sleepless night, it hit me ... we can use our new hüga seats to keep us warm! And that’s exactly what we did. Did not take long to fall asleep after that and kept us warm until the morning! We love our seats and plan on using them plenty more throughout the years!
A day in the park!
I have a Maine made custom fire pit in my backyard and enjoy fires year round. Winter fires not so much so one of your heated cushions would allow me to enjoy it more often.
I would absolutely LOVE a hüga for watching my son’s play hockey! The hockey rinks are frigid and the benches are so uncomfortable that it would change the entire way we watched the game! At times we’re at the rink for an entire day and come home as ice blocks. A hüga would make all the difference!
One for my 80 year old mother, who's always cold. And one for me to sit next to her and keep her warm when we sit at our favorite spots like Pretty Marsh.
I have 2 uses: My wife is short in stature and I have an old Jeep we use to go camping and explore remote locations. Not only does she like having a higher vantage point, she loves that it's heated and can take it to picnic or just sit and enjoy the view. Our 2.5 year old special needs granddaughter loves her new snow-tube from LL Bean and this will help keep her warm and allow more sliding time. This is especially important while she's too small to warm up by pulling her own tube back up the hill.
We live in Portland and have a home that allows us to sit on a front porch and connect with our neighbors who often walk by our house on the way to a city park. We often are chased back into the house by late afternoon because the sun has gone to the west side of house. We would hang longer with our neighbors visiting on our front porch with a warmer bottom! Inviting friends and family to visit with the promise of warm bottoms would also be a benefit to building stronger connections we have missed these past 2 plus years.
My car has heated front seats but what about my precious cargo in the back seat? Maine Winters causes the leather seats to harden up and feel like an ice block. Hüga heated cushions will keep the kids and the dog warm and cozy. It's a necessity!
From wedding favor to pizza warmer! I’m not sure if anyone else has shared this nifty additional use for the hüga: On the way home from a wedding, we got Otto pizza. I basically made a hüga/Otto sandwich to keep the pizza warm. You can bet I will use those cushions for takeout pizza again and again! Cheers and bottoms up!