These little things are really useful. They don't have a consistent heat temp if you're holding onto them all the time but there's a good amount of warmth. Now if you leave them sitting for a good 1-2 minutes they get so hot I feel like they could burn my hands. Walmart sells them the cheapest compares to HomeDepot/Amazon/Lowes. If you live in cold places these are super useful. If you live in warm places they could still help warm your hands, feet, and cramps! Sometimes too.
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HotHands Hand Warmer Features:
- Ready to use
- Air Activated
- Safe, natural heat
- Heats up 15-30 minutes after opening
- Safe to dispose of with regular garbage; ingredients will not harm the environment
- 10 pairs of warmers per pack
- Duration: Up To 10 Hours (actual duration depends on usage and storage conditions)
- Weight: 1 lbs
- Dimensions: 10.5" x 6.75" x 1.75"
- Average Temperature: 135 °F (57 °C)
- Maximum Temperature: 158 °F (70 °C)
- Ingredients: Iron, water, vermiculite, charcoal, polymer & salt
Ingredients: Iron Powder, Water, Salt, Activated Charcoal and Vermiculite.
Instructions: 1. Do not open the outer protective package until ready to use. 2. Remove the inside pouch from the outer protective wrapper. Shake the pouch to mix and activate the contents. Do not open the inside pouch. 3. Allow 15 to 30 minutes for the warmer to heat up. 4. Place the hand warmer in your pocket or gloves to maximize heat efficiency. 5. If heat decreases, expose to air and shake contents. 6. After use, dispose of pouch with regular garbage. All natural ingredients will not harm environment.
Safe Handling Instructions: WARNINGS. ? Burn hazard. Immediately remove warmer if it is too hot or uncomfortable. Check skin periodically. Maximum temperature may reach 158°F (70°C). ? DO NOT USE:. ? for longer than stated. ? with other heating devices or heat up in microwave. ? while sleeping. ? on infants or on those who cannot feel heat. ? in oxygen-enriched environments. ? Careful supervision is required when used by the elderly, children, the handicapped, and those with sensitive skin. ? People with allergies, diabetes, frostbite, scars, open wounds, bruising, swelling, sensitive skin, arthritis, paralysis, nerve damage or circulatory problems, and people who cannot apply or remove warmer by themselves, should not use this product unless directed by a physician. ? FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Do not allow contents to get in eyes or mouth. If in eyes, flush thoroughly with clean water. If in mouth, contact poison control center as it contains iron powder, which can be harmful if swallowed. Keep out of reach of children and pets.
|Manufacturer Part Number|
Kobayashi Consumer Products, LLC
|Assembled Product Weight|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
2.00 x 4.72 x 9.64 Inches
Stays warm for hours!!!
I would recommend these hand warmers because they really do work. I had the opportunity to put these to the test during our two recent Polar Vortex's'...(that's what they call it now; I thought it was just called winter) and they really kept my hands warm. Without these in my gloves my fingers were painfully cold and I had to go inside about every 30 minutes, after I put these in my gloves I was out in below zero temps hours at a time!
Surprising benefit from these hand warmers
As a chemo patient, my feet often had poor circulation especially at night. Cold. I discovered these handy hand warmers worked perfectly, bringing comfort and warmth when used. I can extrapolate from that, they would be welcome on cold days by those needing some hand warmth. Small. lightweight and compact. Easily squeezed to engage warming which lasted for hours. Never too warm. For those interested in how I used them at night: I inserted them into those tissue-like blue hospital booties worn over shoes. Once feet warmed, I could easily slip them off and leave them at the foot of the bed for all-night warming. During the day they worked equally as well when warmer and bootie were in my slippers while sitting. Of course, booties not essential I just had them available. Use what you have. I checked prices before purchasing from Walmart. Thank you, W!
We bought these for a recent snowmobile trip at Yellowstone Park. Morning temp were in the -20F with a trip high of 7F. These worked great as hand warmers and we're also used to clean ice off helmet visor and keep face warm inside face mask. People put them inside clothing where ever heat was needed. Worked well and allowed us to see some spectacular scenery.
Hot Hands brand is the best brand we've used of all the hand warmers. They get warmer and stay warmer. Best use practice - open and shake at least 15-20 minutes before you use them in a glove/boot. If they stop feeling warm - take them out and re expose them to the open air. There is a chemical reaction that creates the heat that can't happen when immediately put into a glove or pocket.
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