Regrettably due to unprecedented demand we have taken the difficult decision to suspend new orders for some products for a short period of time until we have caught up on our existing orders.
These heated insoles were purchased for my girlfriend who works in an unheated farm shop and suffered terribly with cold feet. Not any more! These socks are a miracle and are powered by AA rechargeable batteries from the pound shop.
She wears them whenever it's cold now and says they really do the trick!
How do they work?
The insoles feature an advanced battery operated heating system, which circulates gentle warmth around the feet running down the whole length of the foot including the toes - which are the areas most prone to the cold.
Supplied with battery boxes and garters to attach to your leg. When switched on, they will heat your feet up quickly yet gently with over 3 hours of hot time from good quality batteries. This time can be dramatically increased if you only have them switched on for short bursts.
"Not impressive, my feet were still cold even inside a sturdy pair of boots."
Reviewed Monday, 18 February 2019
"Toastie - great idea, only tried briefly"
Reviewed Tuesday, 1 January 2019
"These work well, fair price, good delivery, a bit fiddly with the wires & battery box but do the job well"
Reviewed Thursday, 8 November 2018
"Delivery was on time and not damaged."
Reviewed Tuesday, 13 March 2018
"Add palmilhas não aquecem os pés. Só gastam pilhas."
Reviewed Friday, 9 March 2018
"Good quality and fast delivery"
Reviewed Friday, 19 January 2018
"Brought for my son who always has cold feet not anymore"
Reviewed Monday, 1 January 2018
"Good product delivered on time."
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 December 2017
"What a brilliant idea, worth their weight in gold when standing around all day watching the grandson playing hockey matches."
Reviewed Sunday, 5 March 2017
"the insoles purchased are completely useless for the purpose advertised as they do not provide effective heat. My daughter used them while cycling and they were totally ineffective."
Reviewed Tuesday, 21 February 2017