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You've probably figured this out by now, but an extra layer of warmth is going to come in handy these next few months. When gloves alone won't do the trick, the best solution is to reach for something a little warmer — literally. In this case, the HotHands Hand Warmers. These handy helpers (sorry, we couldn't help it) are great to stock up on, particularly at this price. Originally $11 for a 10-pack, these must-have accessories are now just $7.
This price has just been knocked down, which is timely since winter may be weeks away. But winter weather is already starting to creep in, so you'll need to have a bunch on hand, especially if you work outdoors — or spend a lot of time cleaning ice and snow off your car. Get 'em while they're under $1 a pop!
Why do I need this?
Safe, natural and disposable, the HotHands couldn't be easier to use. Simply remove the warmer from the plastic outer package and shake to activate. Within 15 to 30 minutes, the warmer reaches optimum temperature, staying that way for up to 10 hours. If the heat ever decreases, just expose it to air and gently shake. When finished, it's safe to throw them away alongside your everyday trash. They're single use, but perfect for hikes, tailgating, working in the yard, walks and everything in between.
What reviewers say:
Over 4,000 Amazon reviewers have given these wonders five stars. One shopper raved: "These are the best hand warmers on the market, period. They are my standard 'go-to item' for ice fishing, hiking, hunting and snow shoveling. I keep a couple of pairs in my vehicle emergency kit as well. Great product!"
Here's another hot take: "I used them for camping and it was so cold that night! So I put each one at my feet and my chest and I was so warm all night long! The heat pad was still hot the next day, it really lasted for a long time! I love these 100%."
"These hand warmers are great," added said this final satisfied customer. "Smaller in size than some other brands, but that does not detract from the volume of heat nor longevity of use. Smaller size fits better in gloves without reducing dexterity. I like to place them on the back of my hand, inside the glove, where blood vessels are closer to the surface and transfer warmth through whole hand. Placing double-sided tape on glove side of the pad helps hold the pad in place, especially when taking gloves on and off frequently."
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