Keeping the fingers cozy warm by Arctic temperatures is one of the most expressed wishes for many folks out there in the cold.
For my part, I hate to have cold, numb fingers and invent all sorts of ways to get life back into my finger tips with little success for most of the time.
Heated gloves or mittens would be great in this situations so I had a look around ‘if’ and ‘what’ is available. To my surprise there is a whole industry emerging around heated clothing.
Out of the many options of jackets, trousers and even shoe soles with battery powered heat source, the gloves and mittens seems to me the most practical. This might be because I really hate cold fingers.
My tip for a pair of high quality heated gloves or mittens is the offer from cozywinters.com
Their heated gloves and mittens have adjustable, processor-controlled heating and advanced power cell technology which can be regulated with 3 different settings.
The power pack weighs only 4 ounces each and is integrated in a pocket, covered by an elastic band. The temperature in the glove stays constant for hours. The glove’s and mitten’s soft inside lining have compartments with heating elements for each finger.
A charge overnight keep the fingers warm for up to 13 hours by level one setting.
The heating units are water resistant and can absorb shocks without breaking. If the weather turns warm you can detach the power packs and use it as regular gloves or mitten.
Although the term heated clothing or in our case heated gloves and mittens are used, those products give cozy warmth and do not over heat your fingers.
Level one gives 86ºF (30ºC), level two 98.6ºF (37ºC) and level three 131ºF (55ºC).
The offer includes 2 Power Packs with Impulse Control Technology. The charger which can be used in US at 110v and Europe at 230v charges both power packs at the same time.
Keeping your fingers warm is not cheap though with a price tag of $ 507.- you might think twice before hitting the buy button but then again, cozy warm fingers are priceless by Arctic outside temperatures.