They're calling it a 'godsend' for soccer moms and dads.

Regardless of the sport, if you're a parent who seems to be a regular at the ballpark this chair seems to be a winner for any mom or dad who spends hours watching their kid compete. The 'Chaheati MAXX' folding chair boasts heating pads woven into its design as well as a phone charger to make sure you never miss that perfect blurry photo op of your kid running around the field.

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Now that tee-ball, baseball, and softball are in full swing, Louisiana parents would probably be more interested in cooling pads, but a lot of parents who support their kids are at the ballpark year round—so there may still be some interest in the chair for those cooler months.

The Chaheati MAXX chair retails for around $116 and claims to be an "all-season" item with four different warmth settings.

Be one of the first on the block to own a Chaheati All-Season Heated Chair. We call it "All-Season" because it has four temperature settings and is element resistant. It provides just the right amount of heat in any season. It's the only heated camping chair on the market that uses a woven heating technology (patent pending) rather than coils and a tidy lithium-ion rechargeable battery that lasts for hours.

The chair is technically a camping item, but soccer moms and dads have been flooding social media with comments saying how ideal this is when it comes to attending their kids' sports practices and functions on cold mornings.

While parents rave about the chair on social media, it only holds a rating of three stars on Amazon. Regardless of the mediocre score, the chair is currently sold out and continues to fly off the shelves when the supply is replenished.

Some have complained that the chair doesn't heat up enough for their liking.

Not near as warm as I thought and starting to tear up after a month of use

Others described it as 'amazing' and 'perfect for those cold mornings' at the field.

No more freezing at games, bonfires and camping! A must-have!

With the amazing Cajun ingenuity that we've seen around our area, I feel like someone could build off of this idea and make the perfect ballpark chair for those cool mornings as well as those hot afternoons at the ballpark.

Now, who's going to make it?