Seirus Heat Touch Inferno Heated Ski Gloves
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Do your hands become cold, ruining your day on the slopes? The Seirus Heat Touch Inferno Glove is the answer to all of your problems. This glove is magic, featuring Heat Touch which is a rechargeable warming glove that runs on Li-ion batteries that will keep your hands warm up to 6 hours. You can hot swap your batteries for continuous heating. 4 different temperature settings allow you to customize your perfect temperature for your hands. If the batteries die, life will move on because you still get 200g of Heatlock insulation. DryHand inserts provide a waterproof and breathable membrane capable of withstanding natures weather. Premium full-grain leather with a one-handed wrist and cuff cinch secure the glove around the hand. The Seirus Heat Touch Inferno Glove is going to make you feel like the sun is in the palm of your hand.
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Q:I came across the seirus heat touch gloves in a magazine. Can you provide me with some contact info for the company?Asked on 12/26/2012 by Dawna from Grand Junction, CO
A:You can contact Seirus' customer service at 800-447-3787 for product specifications.Answered on 12/26/2012 by Dru in CS from Royal Oak, MI
I would like to know the same information I recently asked about the Therm-ic heated gloves, namely, how many batteries come with each Heat Touch Inferno glove, and what capacity are those batteries. Thanks.Asked on 12/21/2012 by Ottmar from Sweden
A:The Seirus Heattouch Inferno gloves will also feature dual Li-Ion batteries and will also have a maximum capacity of 2600mA.Answered on 12/21/2012 by Dru in CS from Royal Oak, MI
Q:How far up the finger is the heating element positioned - Digital or Intermediate Phalenges?Asked on 12/19/2012 by Al from NH
A:The heating elements in the Seirus Heat Touch Inferno gloves will run just short of the tips of each finger.Answered on 12/21/2012 by Dru in CS from Royal Oak, MI