These useful little heat packs are the ideal way to keep warm on the go and maximise warmth. Simply pop in pockets and gloves for a quick and portable source of heat when on long walks, during winter sports, gardening and more.
They're also amazing when used as part of our Dual Fuel Dual Fuel The Dual Fuel system is an innovation from Warmawear which combines the power of disposable heat packs with our battery powered heating system in our heated gloves for groundbreaking versatility. This way, you can preserve the battery life of your gloves by using the flexible pack first and using battery power later, use the heat pack as an emergency back up or combine both methods for ultimate heat. heated gloves range, click here to see our Dual Fuel heated gloves selection.FeaturesEasy to use - simply shake to activateNo batteries required - eco friendly and free to run disposable packsLong heating time - an approximate heat time of 6 hours will keep you toasty even during long tripsHigh heat temperature - reaching up to 50°C, these nifty heat packs are perfect for use inside of glovesThese fantastic packs are an ideal way to have a lightweight and simple to use source of warmth wherever you go.Simple to UseOpen it - remove the pack from the plastic wrapperShake it - give the pack a quick shake to activate the contents for a quick heat upUse it - place this warmer in hands, gloves, pockets and more to maximise the heatSpecificationsHeight 5cm (1¾in) x Width 9cm (3½in)You may also like
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These fantastic packs are an ideal way to have a lightweight and simple to use source of warmth wherever you go.
Simple to Use
Height 5cm (1¾in) x Width 9cm (3½in)
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 January 2017
"Primrose service is excellent. Everything I have ordered from Primrose has arrived on time and has been of good quality."
Reviewed Thursday, 10 December 2015
"Very good, I started one of these at 07:00 in the morning and it warmed up VERY quickly and it was still generating some heat at 16:00 in the afternoon."
Reviewed Monday, 19 January 2015