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Solved: heated gloves for snow blowing

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by silverado4, Jan 10, 2015.

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  1. silverado4

    silverado4 Thread Starter

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    My hands freeze, even with thinsalite inside. I'm looking for a moderate price battery operated heated glove (not lithium) because the battery will go dead if I don't use during summer months. I want a AA battery heated glove for Men (large). I was wondering if anyone has a pair that they are happy with. I want to use when I snow blow so the batteries won't get in the way when I pull the cord, etc. Must heat mostly the fingers, my back of my hands don't feel the cold, just my fingers do.
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  2. Guyzer

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    Try a pair of real good mitts instead of gloves. I used leather ones with a pile lining while blowing snow and never had cold hands which btw are arthritic. You don't need your individual fingers to operate those machines.
     
  3. Koot

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    Battery operated heated hunting gloves. Hunters don't use them year-round - they store them until the next year just like you will store your gloves, so you actually want them to have a lithium battery...
     
  4. silverado4

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    Both are great, I'll pick one out, Thanks for your comments
    Silverado over and out
     
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