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- SAFE, NATURAL LONG-LASTING HEAT - Odorless, Disposable, Single-Use Item, Do Not Apply Directly to The Skin. TSA Approved. Made in the USA using domestic and imported materials.
- TO ACTIVATE - Remove warmer from outer package, shake to activate. Warmer heats up in 15-30 minutes. If heat decreases, expose warmer to air and shake. After use, dispose with regular garbage. Ingredients will not harm the environment.
- MULTIPURPOSE WARMERS - Single use air-activated heat packs that provide everyday warmth and are ideal for keeping your body warm when the temperature gets cold. They are available in several styles designed for your hands, feet, and body.
- WHEN TO USE: Tailgating at Events, Outdoor Sporting Events, Hunting and Fishing, Camping and Hiking, Working in The Yard, Jogging or Taking Your Pet for A Walk. Convenient, Compact, Portable.
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HotHands Hand Warmers
HotHands warmers are single use air-activated heat packs that provide everyday warmth and are ideal for keeping your body warm when temperatures drop. They’re available in several styles designed for your hands, feet, and body. Have you tried them all?
When To Use?
- Tailgating at Events
- Outdoor Sports
- Hunting & Fishing
- Camping & Hiking
- Working in the Yard
- Jogging or Taking Your Pet For A Walk
Double the Warmth
Each individually sealed warmer package contains 2 single-use warmers.
Heat that Lasts
Warmers use air-activated heat designed to for easy on-the-go warmth when you need it.
Cleared for Takeoff
Warmers have an estimated shelf life of 3-4 years, ready to be opened whenever needed.
Made in the USA
We’re proud to say our warmers are designed and manufactured out of Dalton, GA.
Bring the Heat!
HotHands warmers are single use air-activated heat packs that provide everyday warmth and are ideal for keeping your hands warm when the temperature gets cold. They provide safe, natural heat, so you can enjoy the great outdoors during those harsh winter months. Our hand warmers are designed to fit in your pockets or the palm of your hand. Convenient, Compact, Portable. Thoughtfully designed so you can enjoy HotHands anytime, anywhere.
Specs & Details:
• Quantity: 20 Individual Hand Warmers (10 pairs).
• Duration OF Heat: Up to 10 hours of heat.
• Activation Time: 15-30 minutes.
• Average Temperature: 135 degrees Fahrenheit (57 degrees Celsius).
• Max Temperature: 158 degrees Fahrenheit (70 degrees Celsius).
• Ingredients: Iron Powder, Water, Salt, Activated Charcoal, and Wood Fiber.
• Country of Origin: Made in the USA using domestic and imported materials.
• Storage: Keep in a cool place out of direct sunlight.
Trusted - HotHands, the leader in air-activated warmers, has been warming hands, feet, and bodies for over 20 years. It’s a brand trusted all over the world by professional athletes, outdoor sporting enthusiasts, spectators, skiers, outdoor worker and by anyone wanting safe, convenient, concentrated warmth in cold weather conditions.
Directions - Do not open the outer package until ready to use. Remove warmer from the outer package: shake to activate. Do not open, puncture, or tear warmer. Warmer heats up in 15-30 minutes. If heat decreases, expose warmer to air and shake. After use, dispose with regular garbage. Ingredients will not harm the environment.
Buy with Confidence - To ensure you receive genuine HotHands products when shopping online, please only purchase from authorized distributors or retailers or an Amazon listing that clearly states the product is sold and shipped directly by Amazon. com. Unauthorized sellers, such as private sellers (not commercial sellers) may offer outdated products or imitations not meeting HotHands quality standards. We want our customers to purchase our products with the confidence that they are getting genuine, quality HotHands products.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 10.5 x 6.75 x 1.75 inches; 1.9 Ounces
- Item model number : H16182
- Department : Camping
- Date First Available : June 8, 2005
- Manufacturer : Heatmax
- ASIN : B00D7H9LIA
- Country of Origin : USA
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
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#746 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #2 in Camping Hand Warmers
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The basic principle of "HotHands" or anything similar is oxidative reaction of oxygen (from air) to metal shavings (mostly iron, magnesium, and so on) inside this air-permeable pouch. When reacted, the production of ferrous oxide (aka rust) produces heat. Simple as that. Therefore, the more material, the hotter and longer it will burn--but also depending on how much oxygen penetrates the pouch to support that chemical reaction. Too much or too little are both bad. Anyway, HotHands seem to have gotten it just right.
It is also useful keeping a pack inside your winter glove/mitten, or inside your sock (around the ankles). You might try inside your shoes, although I haven't tried that myself.
Anyway, you should consider this brand (HotHand) and you should consider the most economical package--currently the 10-pack for $7 with Add-On shipping. This brings the final cost down to 70 cents per pair (or 35 cents per pack). Assuming you will use two packs (one for each hand) every time. The packs (each pair) come INDIVIDUALLY wrapped so you can open just one pack and save the other pack for later. For about 8-10 hours of heat (advertised for 10 hours, but I think 8-hour is average) for 35 cents - worth it.
Oh, yes, the heating time is very dependent on how much air you let in. If you keep it inside your pocket the entire time, not a lot of oxygen gets inside so the pack actually lasts a bit longer. If you keep it outside in open air and shake it often, the materials will burn out faster. You get the gist.
Someone recently asked is this too hot to burn? Answer: not gonna start a fire, no, but if you sleep on it (ie lay on it motionless for a long duration) you will get skin burn from the constant heat. Like putting your hand on a heater, after a while you will burn your hand. So.. be aware.
By fleet56 on April 29, 2018
I have Raynaud's (secondary - came about with Lupus) and my hands are constantly cold, even in the summer. Air conditioning is enough to trigger a Raynaud's attack, which is extremely painful and hard to remedy. I now keep one of these around to fondle whenever I'm doing something that requires leaving my hands exposed for a long period of time, such as typing or working at my computer. Not only does it work to warm up my hands, but gently kneading the packet provides a little stress relief!
They seem to take about 30 minutes to fully heat up, but once they're hot, they're HOT. They last a full 10 hours if not more.
I can't wait to keep these in my pockets on long Autumn walks!
Even better, if you only use them for a short time, say one hour, you can put them in a zip lock bag and re-use them again. Saves you money and they work great.
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Due to age and being on blood thinners I generally quit XC skiing when the temp gets to minus 15º C. My hands just don't warm up enough, never mind how hard I ski.
These work very nicely, a pair of the very light runner gloves, then the warmers and the mitts on top. Even my thumbs get the benefit and don't get too cold.
Keeps warm-to-hot for couple of hours maybe about 8 hours but not 10 hours as advertised.
Half way through I take them out of gloves to get them somair to sort of recharge.