If you live in Maine, you know that we have 6 months of a cold and snowing Winter and then a mud season. It's no wonder this neat new creation was created and made right here in Maine.

According to the Bangor Daily News, a pair of Mainers has worked diligently over the past few months on a new item that will make outdoor dining and events in the winter a little more bearable. Jocelyn Olsen and Colin Greog are the faces behind the new Portland-based company, Huga.

Huga, offers battery-powered heated seat cushions as a way for restaurants to keep their guest warm when outdoor seating is offered during the ongoing pandemic. These cushions are not only good at keeping your buns warm while dining outdoors in the Fall and Winter but would be a great addition while watching outdoor sports.

 

 

Jocelyn Olsen and Colin Greig hope the cushion will help restaurants weather the pandemic this winter.

Posted by The Bangor Daily News on Sunday, January 24, 2021

 

Each cushion has an internal battery that lasts for up to 8 consecutive hours and is rechargeable with only a USB port or phone charger. Huga heated seat cushions are available now and cost $125 each.

 


 

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