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We bring you an amazing range of heated thermal mittens and gloves for keeping your hands cozy and warm when it's cold outdoors.
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We also feature many other heated products for keeping warm including heated waistcoats,
scarves, socks and hand warmers -
Read more about buying a pair of powered gloves below
We have a huge range of heated mittens and gloves for men, ladies and children from major UK stores.
These are the ideal accessory for beating the winter chill and keep your hands nice and warm in cold, wet and icy conditions.
And we have much more than just gloves available to buy -
You'll find the best prices around here for windproof and water-
Cold hands can be extremely frustrating, uncomfortable and sometimes painful. Our fingers, toes and noses are the first parts of our body to be affected by hypothermia, so it's wise to provide these parts of our body with extra protection against the elements.
Heated gloves are much more effective than most of the hand warmers available to buy in high street stores and online. Many hand warmers are usually for one time use only and do not deliver efficient heating power. They usually only cover a small part of your hand at one time and the power source can rapidly run low. But with gloves that feature heating properties, you can be assured of full hand coverage for the most comprehensive warmth possible.
Many types of heated gloves feature innovative micro technology that promotes an even heat distribution for efficient heating. Some come with adjustable knobs, switches, or buttons that allow you to adjust the heat level according to personal preference.
Most glove products are black or grey in colour but there are other choices of colour for some gloves, mittens and fingerless gloves including red, blue, white, silver, yellow, pink and green.
Nothing makes outdoor pursuits in winter more unpleasant than that intense cold in the fingers that surpasses numb and makes any movement painful.
In the past, the only way to vary the warmth of your gloves was by choosing thicker or more advanced materials. Now however, the options are far wider and these powered gloves are making a real impact, which is great news for cyclists, bikers, anglers, sports enthusiasts, skiers and people who suffer from cold hands easily, such as those suffering from Raynaud's Syndrome. Many sufferers have reported that these gloves can help increase blood circulation in their cold fingers.
Anyone suffering from low blood pressure or the Raynaud's phenomenon will know all about the difficulties in getting blood supply to the extremities fo the body. Heated gloves may also be able to offer some welcome relief to people suffering from arthritis in their hands.
A pair of these gloves even come in handy if you are just walking the dog on a cold
day or evening. The basic premise of battery-
There is a lot of choice out there you can spend anything from £10-
Thinking about the placing of the heating elements is a good place to start. Some models concentrate the heating elements on the hand rather than the fingers, which may suit some people but not all.
Ideally, for maximum comfort, you would require heating elements to run the entire length of the glove on the back of the hand. This is because the fingers and the back of the hand are particularly prone to the cold and wind chill.
The power supply is worth considering too. These gloves are heated by either replaceable or rechargeable (integrated) batteries and they take all sizes of batteries
Bear in mind that a size D battery or 4 x AA will add a lot of bulk to the glove and may make it difficult to perform tasks while wearing them.
Rechargeable built in batteries may be a good idea for some but if you want to take them somewhere where access to mains electricity is limited they may not be the best idea for you. Some more expensive gloves come with lithium batteries which can be charged at the mains and stay powered up for a considerable amount of time.
As far as style is concerned it can seem to be a bit restrictive, with many of these gloves looking a bit like motorcycle gloves and generally available in black.
This isn't because the designers lack imagination but because they need to consider
the placing and protection of heating elements. But, for the style conscious, or
if you simply want to make your existing pair of standard gloves warmer, there is
a solution -
Heated glove liners are exactly what they sound like -
As well as enabling a fashion choice, they can be very practical. The outer glove (the regular and often cheaper one) takes the wear and tear, enabling the inner (the heated glove) to last longer. They are also a good choice for motorcyclists who already have a favourite pair of biking gloves which provide the safety protection they require but leaves them with cold fingers.
You can by a cheap pair of battery-
Overall, these heat-
They really are fabulous for cyclist, bikers and those who are outdoors a lot. You will really feel the benefit from a pair of heated motorcycle gloves or heated ski gloves.
If your tired of enduring icy cold and numb fingers in the winter, which often spoils your enjoyments of outdoor activities, a pair of these innovative gloves could be the solution to the problem you are looking for.
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