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Alpenheat Heated Adult Ski Snowboard Motorcycle Gloves

4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
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Price: £145.13 - £282.68
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  • Windproof, Waterproof and Breathable. Heated Gloves are great for hiking, skiing, hunting, and any activity which exposes the hands to cold. The safely concealed heating element in the gloves is designed to warm the back of the hand and on top of fingers. The heat radiate towards the finger tips.
  • Flexible heating wire along the top of the fingers and on back of hand
  • Very Comfortable
  • 3 Heat Settings
  • Heat Duration 3 - 10 Hours

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  • Item model number: AG2
  • ASIN: B016YFXJ48
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 April 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 115,146 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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ALPENHEAT Heated Gloves keep hands warm and avoids them getting frozen or frostbitten in cold weather. They are suitable for outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, hunting, and any activity which exposes the hands to cold. The safely concealed heating element in the gloves is designed to warm the back of the hand and on top of fingers. The heat radiate towards the finger tips.


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Colour Name: Black - blackSize: Medium Verified Purchase
I bought these for my husband who suffers from Raynauld's syndrome. He says they are absolutely the warmest gloves ever and would highly recommend them to others. They really do work, unlike other types where only the wrist or back of the hand is heated.
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Colour Name: Black - blackSize: Medium Verified Purchase
I tried several heated gloves and were initially put off by the expense of this pair
However these work. The others don't. Its as simple as that.
You get what you pay for I suppose. Looks and works great. Highly recommended.
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Colour Name: Black - blackSize: Medium Verified Purchase
These gloves are BRILLIANT when they work. And they do work most of the time. I took them skiing this year. If you are planning to go skiing or snowboarding then they are great. On high heat they will last about 2 hours. Medium heat around 4 hours, and low heat around 6.
High heat is the best and I found this most beneficial in short bursts during chair lifts or even gondola lifts up the mountain, when you are inactive.
The rest of the time the gloves were really good in insulating my cold hands anyway.
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Colour Name: Black - blackSize: X-Large Verified Purchase
Excellent product, good battery life and really does keep your hands warm. I have a heart condition and suffer from cold hands, particularly in the morning. These have made a really difference to my life. Thanks Amazon
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