Heat Factory Hand and Body Heat Warmers
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- Pack of, air-activated hand and body warmers provides protection and instant and long-lasting warmth for your body in cold outdoor activities
- Large warmers fit inside pockets, jackets, seat cushions, sleeping bags, fanny packs and hand muffs, and other heat factory accessories
- Simply open the outer package and expose the warmer packet to air for an instant heat source; Unopened warmer has a shelf life of three years or more
- Safe, non-toxic and odorless heat warmers are pre-mixed with a mixture of iron powder, charcoal, salt and vermiculite
- Warmer measures 5.5 x 4 inches (LxW)
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Great for taking along on a trip or storing in your car, the Heat Factory Hand and Body Warmers can be inserted into pockets, stadium cushions, sleeping bags and other Heat Factory accessories. Heat Factory's Large Size Warmers provide instant, long-lasting heat for outdoor activities in the cold. Each warmer is non-toxic, odorless and provides up to 20 hours of reliable, even heat. The Heat Factory Large Body Warmer is a soft, lightweight pouch containing a mixture of iron powder, charcoal, salt and vermiculite. When exposed to the air, an oxidation process takes place that generates heat. Heat Factory warmers are specially engineered to provide quality heat that is long-lasting, comfortable, and even. Heat Factory continually tests its products to ensure that you receive only the highest quality warmers that will consistently deliver warmth as advertised. Once activated, Heat Factory warmers can even be saved for later use (preferably within a week) if placed in an airtight container. Unopened, the Heat Factory warmer has a shelf life of three years or more. Proudly designed and hand-made in the USA, Heat Factory's air activated hand warmers, body warmers, toe warmers, and heated accessories have been providing warmth and pain relief to outdoor enthusiasts for the past 30 years.
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I had a couple in my bag too, but my bag was zipped together with another bag and much of the heat dissapated from having the extra room. Even so, the night was more bearable for me and I was certainly better off than not having anything at all.
If you don't like climbing into an ice-cold sleeping bag after being in chilly weather, you will really enjoy these additions. I will never camp in even slightly cool temperatures again without them. Why suffer?
Bottom line is if you buy these, bring several with you when you plan on using them. I recommend Bodiheat pads for muscle and joint pain instead. I've been using those for years and they never fail to heat up.
Edited: Additional star added with following comments.
I took the remaining 7 packs with me to Cape Town, South Africa in August and they came in pretty handy. My travel buddy suffered a case of hypothermia after shark cage diving in Gansbaai and 5 of these packs kept her warm on the boat ride back to shore. I opened 5 of them because I wasn't sure how many would actually heat up but all 5 did. I guess my first was a dud which still sucks if you are paying for 10 and only 9 work but the size is great and when they work, they work pretty well and stay hot for a full 24 hours.
Editing once again...I tossed this on the floor outside of the infrared sauna along with my clothes. I picked up my clothes not seeing the warmer. This morning I saw it, picked it up, shook it and stuck it in my pocket just to see what would happen. It got warm again! Not sure of the temp but it's definitely warmer than my body temp. If it would heat up faster, I would give it 5 stars.
(1) The will not work unless they are covered - this is stated on the warmer package.
(2) Take care in sleeping bags, put them in a sock so they will not get next to your skin.
(3) They will produce heat from 120F-150F, depending how well they are wrapped.
I would expect 120F-130F in a coat pocket or the inside pocket on some jackets where your cell phone would normally go, the cell phone pocket should produce around 140F by strict guess work. The coat pocket temps are quite high enough to keep your hands quite warm.
Being that they need to be enclosed, it would be nice if a suitable one be enclosed in the box.