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HotHands Hand Warmers

4.5 out of 5 stars 1,617 customer reviews
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Price: $19.99 - $176.99
$19.99 - $176.99

Product Description

HotHands Hand 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. These warmers provide safe, natural heat, so you can enjoy the great outdoors during those harsh winter months. HotHands Hand Warmers easily fit inside your gloves or pocket to provide long-lasting, soothing warmth.

Features:
• Ready to use
• Air-activated
• Safe, natural heat
• Odorless
• Each warmer provides up to 10 hours of heat
• Made in the USA

How to use:
Simply open the package, shake to activate, and place in pocket or gloves for maximum warmth. See package for detailed instructions.

When to use:
HotHands warmers are great for any occasion where long-lasting heat is desired.
• Outdoor sports
• Hunting & Fishing
• Tailgating at events
• Working in the yard
• Jogging or taking the pet for a walk
• Shopping or commuting to work

Product Details

  • Shipping Information: View shipping rates and policies
  • ASIN: B00PX20LO0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,617 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,829 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Size: 40 pairs Verified Purchase
First, I'll agree with one reviewer who said these do not heat up quickly and do not get very warm. I've worked around some things, as I rely heavily on these to keep my hands from freezing as I work to take care of horses, daily, no matter how bad the weather, sometimes as low as 20 below zero. Before I leave the house, I slip these into the microwave for a few seconds. You'd have to test yours to figure out the timing. This gives them a boost and they are immediately warm. In severe weather, I sometimes use two pair at a time. I start out with a silk glove liner, put one in my palm, slip on a cotton glove and put one on the back of my hand, (or in the silk glove) before putting on my final and outer glove. These warmers will last for about ten hours unless, if you are out for a couple of hours at a time, off and on like I am, you can make them last longer by sealing them tightly in a plastic bag (sandwhich). With no air, the heating stops. I can make one pair last for possibly three days. I keep a marker handy and just make a little slash mark for each hour I've used them. I know this sounds like a lot of work, but it's the only thing that makes them affordable for me. As one reviewer said, they use them for a family member with Raynaud's Syndrome. I have that too. Keeping my hands from freezing is a challenge. I sometimes resort to the foot warmer's with the higher temperatures.
Added note for 2014. The customer service from this company was beyond outstanding. I bought two boxes and had the problem of many of the packets being hard on the edge and unusable. I think air must have gotten inside the air tight packets during manufacturing. I contacted the company directly. They were so friendly and helpful I felt like I was talking to good neighbors. They sent me a fedx envelope, postage paid so I could return a few of the packets to them. Within days, they mailed me replacements for my entire two boxes. Best customer service I've ever experienced.
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Size: 40 pairs
Went to playoff Packers-Eagles game in Philly 2 years ago. It was a brutally cold day. Though, I was wearing long underwear, wool hat, gloves, parka, etc...I was woefully cold. It was awful.

My buddy brought 5 of these heat max warmers. He shared 2 of them with me...and they literally saved my hands. They were perfect...you just slide it into your glove or underneath your sock...and it will keep you warm in a way that even goretex gloves can't.

Since then, I have kept a few as "reserves" in my down jacket. Sometimes use them at a cold baseball game, or while skiing.

Can't go into winter without them.
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Size: 40 pairs
Purchased these for my son who suffers from Raynaud's syndrome, a hyper-sensitivity to cold. Unitll we had these he was warming his hands on the tea kettle. These he can take with him everywhere and get releif. Heard about them from a golfer, but works great for our application
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Size: 40 pairs
If you don't read anything else in my review just read this. WATCH THE PRICES. I had these in my wishlist all summer and they skyrocketed in price over night in the fall. Right now a box of 40 is about 10 bucks cheaper than I paid for them in the fall. Buy in the summer, On to the review...These were pretty good for me being out in the elements for 8 to 10 hours during the peak season around Christmas delivering your Amazon purchased Christmas Gifts. They fit right in my gloves nicely and are warm...the only thing I needed to do was take them out and expose them to the air a little bit every now and then. They seems to warm up a little more. I have used several brands of these hand warmers over the years and they are all designed the same.
HERE IS HOW THEY WORK.....
Hand warmers work through the magic of rust..yes rust. Iron in the pack when exposed to air starts to oxidize and its sped up by Salt in the packs as well. Carbon in he packs spread the heat around and vermiculite which helps the heat from escaping to fast. There are other things in there but that is the basic magic of hand warmers.

Now know that bit of info you will have to decide which ones work best for you. These lasted nearly 7 hours in my pockets and gloves ...Sometimes I would have to open another pack just for a few hours of heat. Like I said i'm out in the winter cold for 8 to 10 hours a day. Don't think these are going to keep your hands super warm like you are holding them over a fire...they wont. However they will help you from getting frostbite. I also keep several of these in my Tahoe and my wife's car for emergency purposes...Always be prepared, folks. They are cheap and could help save your life in dire situations specially if you have small children.
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Size: 40 pairs Verified Purchase
If your mate has ever complained about your cold hands, you need HOT HANDS. My hands get cold -- very cold -- even in mild weather. Besides keeping a pair of gloves in coat pockets and cars, there has been little relief. When the whether gets bad, I would stay in the house and submerge my hands in warm water. Then I received a set of hand warmers as a thank-you gift from a supplier. I never heard of such a thing! Where has this been all my life?

It takes 15-30 minutes of exposure to air (outside the sealed package) to reach maximum temperature. It is best to keep the 2" x 3" odorless pads in a glove or pocket where the heat is less prone to dissipate. Without HOT HANDS, even fur lined gloves would not warm my cold hands since the fur only insulates the existing temperature (like a thermos). By radiating heat within the glove and making a fist to reach fingertips, it doesn't take long for hands to feel warmer.

Pad temperature is is mostly just above normal body temperature (perhaps 100 degrees f). The pad can get extremely warm (perhaps 125+ degrees) after remaining in a pocket for a length of time. Periodically pulling open a glove at the wrist to let some fresh air in and squeezing a fist several times also reactivates more heat. After about 10-12 hours the heat is all gone and the pads can be discarded. If you need to rely on manual dexterity for typing or turning pages, you may be able to get by with just one pad at a time and no glove -- switching hands when necessary. Since they are individually wrapped, there is no waste.

I am truly thankful for discovering such a wonderful product. So as not to run out, I purchased a second box after trying just one pad. Now, in addition to gloves, I have HOT HANDS everywhere, even in my night stand for cold evenings.
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