Warmawear Deluxe Heated Sports Gloves for Touchscreen Devices

Code: CF0290
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Warmawear Deluxe Heated Sports Gloves for Touchscreen Devices

Features
  • Easy Switch technology located on the wrist strap - no need to remove the gloves to switch them on or off
  • Instant Heat feature means you will feel relief from the cold within a few moments of switching the glove on
  • Unique Warmawear Tecsense finger spots allow you to use your touchscreen device without removing your gloves, keeping your hands toasty at all times
  • Discreet, unobtrusive battery compartment - no unwieldy attachments or cables
  • LED light on battery box shows that gloves are on and working
  • Easily accessible battery box - batteries are easy to change
  • Longer cuffs with elasticated drawstring which helps to keep out rain, snow, and cold air
  • Adjustable wrist strap allows for a more exact fit, and helps to prevent heat from escaping
  • Thumb Wipe is made of micro absorbent scratch and smear resistant material, ideal for wiping moisture or snow away from ski goggles or glasses
  • Metal heating elements gently circulate heat right up to the fingertips
  • Heating elements are on the outside of the hand, not the palm, as the outside of the hand is most susceptible to the cold
  • Water resistant, tactile fabric with elasticated hinge joints
  • Spring clip to keep gloves together
Specifications

Metal Heating Elements

The gloves feature metal heating elements which gently diffuse heat along the outside of the hand and the fingers, as these are the parts most vulnerable to cold winds and chills. These elements extend all the way to the fingertips, helping to protect extremities from the cold. The temperature of extremities dramatically affects the ambient body temperature, so it’s important to keep hands and feet warm. The gentle, consistent nature of the heat helps to protect hands from the cold and encourage blood flow, and as stated above, it can make a noticeable difference to sufferers of Raynaud's DiseaseRaynaud's Disease or Raynaud's Phenomenon
Dr Rob Hicks
First described by Maurice Raynaud in 1862, Raynaud's is thought to affect as many as 30 million people in the US.
Extreme cases include suffering severe pain in the extremities when exposed to temperature change.
and mild arthritis.

Instant Heat - Easy Switch Technology

The Instant Heat feature will provide relief from the cold within a few moments of switching the gloves on, and the Easy Switch technology allows the wearer to turn the heat on for short bursts according to preference, without any need to remove the glove. Simply press the switch on the wrist strap, and the LED light will indicate that the glove is switched on. This method will also dramatically increase battery life. The battery can be easily installed in a discreet, unobtrusive compartment on the cuff and is easy to remove when necessary.

The Warmawear Deluxe Gloves incorporate a number of insulation features in order to extend battery life. The cozy lining inside will keep hands toasty while preserving battery life by keeping the heat where it’s most needed. The new longer cuffs with elasticated drawstring will also help to conserve heat and keep out cold air and snow. Perfect for keeping hands cozy while skiing, or during any other outdoor sport.

Although the gloves are thick and well padded, they are designed to be comfortable and flexible. The material on the fingers and palms, although strong and durable, is soft and tactile for greater dexterity. The elasticated hinge joints allow you to use your hands freely and comfortably. The gloves also include the Thumb Wipe feature; the fabric on the outer edge of the thumb is micro absorbent as well as scratch and smear resistant - ideal for wiping moisture from ski goggles or glasses. The unique Warmawear Tecsense finger spots allow you to use your touchscreen device without removing your gloves. These gloves also feature a small, zipped storage pocket on the back, ideal for bank cards or a ski pass, and a spring clip to keep gloves together when not in use.


 
Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 3.9/5 (9 reviews)

Rating: 4/5

"Recipient yet to try but seem good to me"

Reviewed Monday, November 17, 2014

Rating: 1/5

"GLOVES ARE A BAD FIT WITH THE LINER SUPPLIED. THE BATTERIES ONLY LAST TEN MINUTES AT BEST. THE TOUCHSCREEN PADS DONT WORK ON MY IPHONE, SO REALLY POOR OVERALL, NOT WORTH THE TWENTY POUNDS"

Reviewed Thursday, February 27, 2014

Rating: 4/5

"As a Raynaud's sufferer, these do appear to really help. Maybe, they could be a bit warmer - but this would probably eat batteries!"

Reviewed Monday, February 10, 2014

Rating: 4/5

"Very good"

Reviewed Monday, February 10, 2014

Rating: 5/5

"Excellent"

Reviewed Sunday, January 19, 2014

Rating: 5/5

"The gloves work perfectly. I suffer from Renauds Syndrome and these really make a difference. I use them for cycling and it means I can go out in colder weather."

Reviewed Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Rating: 4/5

"Good"

Reviewed Monday, November 12, 2012

Rating: 5/5

"The red indicator light is difficult to see in the battery pocket, And difficult to switch on and off while wearing the gloves, Otherwise an excellent product they really do keep your hands warm."

Reviewed Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Rating: 3/5

"The gloves are undoubtedly good, very warm and thick but I am furious with whoever designed the battery pouch. It is demonstrably too small. I actually have to get up earlier in the morning to try and ease, tease, fiddle and squeeze the battery compartment into place. It is ludicrous to the extent that it's almost worth just using them without the batteries, i.e. just as gloves but that makes them exorbitant at circa £50. Absolutely stupid!"

Reviewed Sunday, November 28, 2010

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