HotHands Super Warmers
I bought these just for the fun of it at the end of last year. I didn't expect much. I threw a few in my tackle box just in case we might need them when we went fishing on day.
We were out fishing and the temperature dropped 50 degrees and there was a freak rain and snow storm over the lake we were on. We put the hot hands into use at about 11am and they went really strong until around 4pm and start fading after that. We actually had to keep taking them out of our gloves because they where getting too hot, They did a wonderful job in our boots as well. I had consistant experiences after that as well. I recommend this product.
October 10, 2007
good for icefishing
Hot hands are great for ice fishing. I put them in my boots for a little extra heat. I like the fact that they last a long time.
February 13, 2009
These big ones are the way to go. They are all I have ever used. They get HOT and stay hot. They work way better and last longer than the other brands. In the deer woods or spring trout fishing when the rain feels more like ice......you simply cant beat'em. There have been times when I have used one hunting all day and left it in my hunting coat and the next morning its still working. It is only warm and fading but its still working. Plus, if you use one and its still good, you can put it in a zip lock bag and save it. They are air activated so the zip lock bag cuts the air off and allows you to reuse it. I dont hunt fish without them any more. Period.
November 18, 2014
Just that little bonus
These are just the little extra bonus needed for your hands on those extremely cold days.
Don't recommend placing in your gloves, as they can get a little warm. I place them in my coat pockets and just place hands in pockets. They also work well in pants pockets to keep lower region a little warmer. I have even dropped a couple in my rubber boots on those really cold mornings.
These are a constant in my fall/winter hunting pack.
January 26, 2009