Since I have Reynaud's, I am always in search of heated gloves that will keep my fingers warm in the winter. As I have five llamas, the gloves must also be sturdy enough to last through barn work. I had used Cozy Winters heated gloves for years, and, at $250 a pair, they often only lasted one winter -- either developing holes or the heating elements dying in one or more fingers of the gloves. I finally had the idea of using heated liners with a pair of regular (unheated) winter gloves over them. This has been a great success.
I got off to a shaky start with the Venture heated glove liners because one battery arrived nonfunctional and customer service seemed to be playing games with me in order not to replace it. Finally, when I was handed over to a different customer service representative, things went better, and the battery was quickly replaced. The liners continued to work well all winter, and I am looking forward to using them for a second winter. They heat so well that I often don't use them on the highest setting. The one thing I can't attest to is how long the batteries last, since I don't spend that long (hours and hours, for example) outside.
The only reason I gave the product a 4 and not a 5 is the imperfect customer service at the beginning.
After reading the reviews I canceled my other order for gloves. I was so excited.. These can only be warn if using a motorcycle. They can not be charged and worn without being connected. NO were did I read they could only be worn on a motorcycle