Nobody likes being cold, it’s horrible, but if you want to partake in a bit of skiing or snowboarding then snow is a must, and unfortunately that requires it to be cold….very cold. So to help alleviate numb fingers these hi-tech mittens are packing heat!
Powered by 4 x AA batteries the Outback Heated mittens will warm you up to a cosy 39 degrees Celsius and will provide heat for up to 6 hours. As you’d expect the gloves are both waterproof and windproof thanks to 40g of Thinsulate insulation.
Don’t worry if you have particularly large wrists as the straps are adjustable, and the battery pack is concealed with no wires on show.
So whether you are waiting for a ski lift on the slopes or simply waiting for a bus in the town centre, the Outback Heated Mittens will keep you toasty.
- Gloves that heat up to help keep you warm
- Perfect for skiing, snowbarding and those cold winter months
- Gloves heat up to 39 degrees celsius
- Heat lasts up to 6 hours on each set of batteries
- Battery compartment hidden within the mitten
- Adjustable wrist strap and safety clip
- Requires 4 x AA batteries
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Warm Hands equals Better Golf - Review by John
- Outback Heated Mittens are totally excellent!! What a boost to my winter golf scores. While my golfing partners have suffered with cold hands and golf scores to match. I have 'burned the course up' with my hands kept at a comfortable warm temperature thanks to my excellent Outback Heated Mittens. The mittens are also great for maintaining warm hands while I watch my local football team on cold Saturday afternoons. Again, a totally excellent product. Well done RED5 10 out of 10.
Winter warmers - Review by Andrew
I bought these for my fiancée for Christmas as she suffers from Raynauds Syndrome (really cold feet and hands from bad circulation). While I thought they were good when I tried them, because the mittens only heat the back of your hand and not your fingers, my fiancée complained that they don't really help her. Also, the battery pack is rather cumbersome and gets in the way of the strap for tightening the mitten around your wrist.
In summary, I feel they are well worth the money (as they're of very high quality, with a great fleecy Thinsulate lining on the inside), but not great for a Raynauds sufferer.
I'd give them 4 stars, but my fiancée is sitting next to me, so they're getting 3.... :)