I live in New England and we have cold and bitterly cold days in the winter and I was so glad to be able to review ThermaCELL Heated Products. The first thing to be outdoors hunting, ice fishing, skiing, cross country skiing is a way to keep your feet warm beside thick boots and ProFLEX Heated Insoles come in sizes 3.5 to 13. Heated Insoles offer convenient remote operation no worries or external batteries and at least 2,500 hours of use or about four winters of heavy use.
These are easy to adjust using the wireless remote to the setting of your choice: no heat (standby), medium (100°F), and high (111°F). Some other features the have are rechargeable, keeps feet warm not hot, charge lasts up to 5 hours, water resistant, can be trimmed, antimicrobial, shock absorbing Poron cushion battery cover, easy fit, batteries can be removed without removing the insole and tested by SATRA worldwide leader in footwear testing, research, and development. Package Contains: 2 Heated Insoles, 2 rechargeable batteries; 1 remote control with battery; 1 smart charging case, 1 wall charger, 1 USB cable; 1 drawstring travel bag, 1 instruction booklet.
Pocket Warmer is unlike disposable air-active hand warmer packets; these are rechargeable heat using lithium-ion batteries which provide constant, regulated warmth with three settings (Low 106 degrees F, Medium 110 degrees F and High 116 degrees F) which allow you to select and maintain your ideal temperature. Lasting up to 6 hours per charge and cost effective as this can be used for years compared to disposable ones. Package contains 1 Pocket Warmer equipped with an integrated rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery, 1 USB wall charger, 1 USB cord and an instruction booklet.
My Opinion: These are great so far I have used the pocket Warmer to do out for walks and it kept me warm when the wind came up on the recent blustery days. I just put in in my coat pocket and adjusted it to my liking and it was perfect. If you think it will burn your clothing nope it does not.
To see more visit http://heat.thermacell.com
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