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Providing up to 10 hours of 130º-140º heat, HeatMax® HotHands® warmers are a safe and easy-to-use heat pack that help keep your hands warm when the temperature gets cold. Air-activated heat packs are formulated to deliver a constant, comforting heat. Ultra-thin, rectangular pack fits into shoes, gloves, and other spots needing a shot of warmth easily. Made in USA.
Safe and easy-to-use
Up to 10 hours of constant, comforting heat
Ultra-thin rectangular packs fit easily in a variety of spots
HeatMax® HotHands® Self-Activating Hand Warmers
I use in Georgia and Kansas deer hunting. I put one in a muff and keep my hands in the muff. Works great on the coldest days and I don't have to wear gloves.
September 17, 2010
Keep hands warm!
Pros: They really do keep your hands warm. When hunting, fishing, or at a ballgame in the winter, you can keep them in your pocket for when your hands get cold. Great product.
Conclusion: They are a must have if you are ever outdoors for an extended period of time in the winter!
August 20, 2009
Side of bag states " This product is used by professional athletes, outdoor sportsmen, spectators, skiers, construction workers and by those who want safe, convenient concentrated warmth. Up to 10 hours of safe comfortable warmth. # 1 on the bad stated Careful supervision is required for use with the elderly, infants, children, people with sensitive skin, and those who can't feel heat. Keep out of reach of children. Does state do not use while sleeping. My daughter is 12 and her friend of 12 years took a set to an event that was in the cold and had no problems with it, but of course her parents were with her too. I guess instructions from the parents are needed and, what are the capabilities of each child. Hate to say common sense is necessary, but there are many, sadly who lack that trait because they are not at that stage in development yet. Try it out, especially if you are going to be there. Good luck with the decision.
I have no problem letting my 12 year old use them for skiing or when we are outside in the cold. It will help them stay out longer.I don't believe they are made out of anything toxic.Its iron and some other mineral that reacts with air and generates heat.
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