The Level Switch PK is a snowboard glove for men in rasta-look. Perfect for minus degrees, because it keeps you warm and looks good.
-Membra-Therm Plus fleece
-Interchangeable chuck -interchangeable for hot and cold conditions
-Neoprene cuff width adjustable with velcro
-Special material for glasses or nose brush
-Palm inside with silicone print
-Lining made of soft fleece
-Breathable and light
-7.5-S / M
-8-M tt> -8.5-M / L
-9-L tt> -9.5 XL
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Rechargeable Hand Warmer BigBlue 3-in-1 6000mAh Power Bank Battery Charger Electric Reusable Hand Warmer with Emergency Light for Winter Sports, Ski, Hiking, Camping, Gift-Giving and More
- Evenly Heating:
A Larger Surface Area Provides more Heat When Using.
- Safer & More Convenient:
Electric Power Source makes it More Compact and Convenient so can Easily Be Stored away when not in use.
- No Fuel Needed & Safer:
Never Worried to be Scald Anymore, The Built-In Chip will Cut off the Current when it’s too hot.
- The “H” and “L” Indicate Only Shows the Temperature Level, Even the Battery Power is Almost Run Out (the warmer won’t produce heat before recharged again).
- When the Fourth Rest Power Indicator is Twinkling, You Have to Charge the Hand Warmer .
- When on high heat this gets very hot, but it doesn’t get there right away.
- You’ll start to feel heat from it within about a minute or two, but give it about 5-7 minutes to get to its full potential.
- While out walking my dog I slid it into the back side of my gloves (large motorcycle style gloves) where it sat between the glove and my bare hand.
- Within about 6 or 7 minutes the back of my hand felt like very very hot, uncomfortable enough where I needed to remove it from the glove.
- When I took the glove off I noticed that the back of my hand was red.
- This went away quickly, but it’s a testament to how hot this will get.
- Normally you wouldn’t put this on high heat against your bare skin.
- Slide it into a soft pouch (doesn’t come with one) or keep it in your coat pocket and you’ll have a toasty place to warm your hands up while out in the cold.
- If you keep it exposed to cold air the heat will dissipate and will not feel as hot -but trust me it gets hot.
- If you use the low setting it gets warm and is perfect for holding in your bare hands.
- Standard USB ports on battery packs are often 1amp, so this is giving you a faster charge.
- There are three LED lights on edge of the battery pack and is easily bright enough to see your way in the dark.
- It’s doesn’t have a beam like a flashlight, rather a decent soft light to light up your path in front of you.
- For me, I opted to get this over some of the other heated USB packs that are more pill shaped.
- This is taller, but it’s also a lot thinner, and thinner means I can slide it into my pocket.
- I have only had it for less than a day so I cannot speak for its longevity, but as of now I am giving it 5 stars as it meets my expectations and its description.
- It takes just about as much time to charger as discharge.
- So about 4 hours to fully charge from being fully depleted.
- Doing that it takes about 5 minutes to get to full heat.
- If you are using it at room temperature it really doesn’t feel that warm.
- The first time I started it up in my house I was disappointed in how warm it felt, but when you use it in 0°F to 32°F weather it really makes the difference.
- The warming function is easy to figure out: far right is high heat, middle is low heat and left is off.
- I couldn’t quite figure out how to charge my phone or use the flashlight so: there is a small round button on the corner of the device next to the USB port.
- Press and hold for charging function, which will turn on a blue indicator light (1-4 small blue lights indicating the fullness of the device’s charge).
- Press and hold to turn off either/both flashlight/charging function.
- Need to charge somewhat frequently it seems, but creating heat is big juice user, so not surprised.
- If you like having your hands balled around the hand warmers, that will not be possible in small to medium sized mittens with this huge thing!
- It probably won’t fit in small or medium mittens at all!
- I am amazed it actually fits in my relatively small mittens with room for my hands.
- The light works with a long press (3-5 seconds) to turn it on or off, which is good.
- To see how much battery is left, a short press of the button, and blue lights show the level of charge in 4 lights/increments.
- If it were half the size I think it would be much much better, even if it had less run time.
- But it does not seem to turn itself off in a very intuitive way.
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