Just thinking maybe you could use a mini heater in the broken oven to keep them warm?dogman dan wrote: ↑Nov 09 2019 8:11amWhat I ended up with after my fire, was a no longer usable electric oven. Its outside now, away from the house, and I keep all my batteries in it. I charge in the open air, on the glass cooktop.
My batteries do freeze in the winter in there, but it could be heated.. When its that cold, I'm pedaling now, so I go slower and stay warmer. But on a nice winter day, I put the cells in the sun for an hour to thaw before I charge them, if actually still frozen.
There are tons of quirky gadgets on ebay these days..
USB warming pad... put this in the oven, would be low power if it can be plugged into a USB, you could just cut the USB connector and power it with regular 5volts if u don't have USB power source. The power usage would be about 10w.
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1X-USB-5V-1 ... 2788634811
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/5V-USB-Elec ... 4302767256
I am surprised they didn't include wifi connectivity https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_nkw ... _PrefLoc=2
Or even just an old electric blanket..
Then top it off with a wifi temp sensor, lots of quirky gadgets on this search key words https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=wi ... or&_sop=12