Product by: ConforTeck
Carbon heating liners give you warmth right to your fingertips. The red fabric tells you where the heat is in the lining. They are made of stretchy polyester for a better fit in hand width. The length of the fingers is not extensible. Please refer to the "More Images" tab for the Measurements Table.
They should be used in gloves or mittens. The more insulated gloves or mittens you use, the better you'll get. If you want to wear them in the spring or fall, just choose fewer insulated gloves or mittens. You can use them for several types of activities such as motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobile, skiing, medical, horse riding, work ...
The rechargeable lithium-ion battery is at 12 Volts DC, 5200 mAh. It has a built-in controller with four intensity levels.
All you need is in the box. Thread your "Y" wire through the sleeves of your coat. Connect your liners to the wires coming out of your sleeves. Connect the third wire directly from the "Y" wire into one of the two outputs of the battery. To turn it on, press the red button for two seconds, a red LED will indicate that the battery is working at maximum. Repeat the red button to change the intensity to get the best comfort possible.
The battery is capable of providing up to 36 Watts.
Consumption of liners: 17 Watts per pair
If you connect two devices on battery, they will be at the same level of intensity.
The battery has no memory effect. So you can recharge it every night if you want.
Weight: 320 G or 0.7 Lb
For a better autonomy, we recommend carrying the battery as close as possible to the body. You can put it in an inside pocket of your coat or with you can use our battery case and wear it on your belt.
Before storage, we recommend that you recharge it. If the period is prolonged, we recommend that you recharge it every three months.
*Please take note that an "écofrais" fee of $ 0.75 is included in the price.
Item comes from Canada.
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