Boodun heated gloves Power by 5V powerbank, USB interface, 3 Grade heat settings system with long lasting hours, stay warmer work longer. Excellent water resistance coating shell- Keeps your hand dry and toasted warm, speed up blood circulation. Men and women wearming savior fashionable appearance warming gloves, say goodbye to chilly hand. Batteries are packed in each gloves pocket. Colour: Black Size: S / M, L / XL Material: conductive PU / waterproof fabric Weight: about 1000 grams Battery: 2*3000mAh battery, long battery life Third gear: red (large fever) / blue (medium fever) / green (small fever) Suitable for: skiing, running, cycling, hiking, outdoor sports, hunting, fish. Features: waterproof, super wear-resistant, windproof, warm, non-slip, HIPRO waterproof inside.
Note: Allow 1-3 cm as the error range for manual measurements. If you are not sure about your size, please buy a larger size, or choose another glove.
Warm heated gloves can adjust three temperatures. Red, blue and white lights represent different temperatures. The rechargeable heated gloves keep my hands and fingers warm and appearance all appear excellent. The battery of the rechargeable heated gloves are very durable. I can use it for 3-5 hrs with second setting which means that gloves will heat on and off every 2 seconds.
Pros: They work well and less bulky than others I have tried. The price is very competitive.
The real effects of winter won't hit for another couple of months in my area, but I can tell these are going to do the trick for me. They're heavier gloves, nice leather outer, comfortable lining - and the heating elements are across the top of the hand. Makes sense to me as I believe that avoids any possible crimping that may happen if the wiring (or whatever) was across the palm and underside of the fingers.
Batteries come with a charger; didn't take but maybe an hour on initial charge... 3 settings, I've only tried the highest one. Takes a few minutes to warm up, and for me, it's pretty much an ideal temperature as the gloves don't get so hot as to make my hands sweat or otherwise want to take them off.
As you can see from the pics, the batteries have a zip pocket at the wrist area, where they're plugged inside after charging. Nice touch with the addition of a tote bag for stowing.
I don't have any experience with other brands, but these are nice; I'm confident they will work out fine. I'll update later if I'm wrong, but at present I have no reason not to recommend these pair.
Shawn P Mahoney
I use these in the Seattle area to commute on a motorcycle. Haven't been able to test how wet these get or how long it takes to dry, however down between 40 and 60 degrees these are good. The biggest improvement I would suggest is a way to provide most, or all the warmth to the fingers. Very rarely are your palms colder than your figures.
They are not inexpensive but they are well made and work very well for when I'm plowing snow (ATV) or sliding with the kids, etc. I worry sometimes about how long they will last but I really have no reason to as they are working well when I put them away for the season. All in all a good product, a little pricey, but you usually get what you pay for.
I have Reynaud's syndrome so walking my dog in the winter has always been a painful experience, even with multiple layers of gloves and mittens plus chemical handwarmers. Yesterday we walked for over half an hour at 9 degrees (and windchill of 0) and my gloves kept my hands comfortable the whole time. I've previously tried other heated gloves/mittens that just didn't work for me - too bulky and awkward. I wouldn't say I have a lot of dexterity with these gloves, but enough to handle my dog, shovel snow and fill the bird feeders.
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