M7 Heated Mittens

M7 Heated Mittens

139.99
Description

Keep your hands warm and dry even in freezing conditions. These heated mittens are powered by a rechargeable battery and give... read more

Keep your hands warm and dry even in freezing conditions. These heated mittens are powered by a rechargeable battery and give you up to ten hours of warmth. They're made from a breathable, waterproof material with a goatskin coating at the palm for added grip. The fleecy inner layer is soft and cosy. Ideal if you have difficulty in moving your fingers to fit into conventional gloves. If you really feel the cold, you could even buy a larger size to wear over your gloves - super toasty!

  • Heated mittens: charge for up to 10 hours of heat
  • Help you stay active in cold weather
  • Ideal for people who suffer from bad circulation, arthritis or Raynaud's Syndrome
  • Made from brushed polyester outer layer with water resistant coating
  • Goatskin palm for grip and durability
  • Shaped for comfort
  • Polyester fleece interior: soft and comfortable
  • Easy to take on and off
  • Adjustable wrists
  • Pocket for extra battery
  • Warm Thinsulate insulation
  • Tricot fleece lining
  • Current: 2,2A / 15,4 Watt
  • Surface Temp: 57C +/- 2C at 0C
  • Includes 2 7V 2.2 Ah rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and a dual charger
  • Charges in 3 - 5 hours - green light indicates when ready
  • Uses Microwire heat technology
  • Available in sizes small, medium and large
  • Colour: black
  • Not designed for motorcycle wear
  • Battery capacity: 100% - 2 hours, 75% - 3 hours, 50% - 5 hours, 25% - 10 hours
  • Battery capacity depends on the temperature outside
  • Ideal temperature: less than 5C
  • If temperature outside rises, the temperature may become uncomfortable and you may risk burns
  • Spare batteries and charger available

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