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Hot Hands-2 Hand Warmers for Cold Weather
These hand warmers are small packets containing iron powder, when exposed to air becomes heated. These are intended to be placed in pockets or gloves to warm the hands.
I recently found a product at my local Target store called Hot Hands-2 Hand Warmers. Walmart sells these in boxes of ten for $9.99, but I didn't want to spend that much money until I tried them to see if they really worked. Target had the single packs for one dollar, and I purchased one set for the hands and one set for the feet. This review will focus on the hand warmers.
Hot Hands-2 Hand Warmers are packaged with two separate packets of the hand warmers, but htey are connected together since they are a pair. They come in a foil lined pouch and the hand warmers themselves measure 3 3/4" by 2". They consist of a white fabric like packet that is filled with iron powder, water, salt, activated charcoal and vermiculite.
After opening the package the directions say to shake the pouch to mix and activate the contents. Then you need to allow 15 to 30 minutes to heat up. They can be placed in your pocket or gloves, and will remain hot longer if this is how you use them. Just holding them in your hand in cold weather means the heat will not last as long. The package claims that these will give you Up to 10 hours of heat.
Hot Hands-2 Hand Warmers are safe, have no odor, and provide air activated natural heat. They are manufactured by HeatMax. The package shows these being used while golfing, hiking, camping, jogging, raking the yard, snow boarding and fishing. In my opinion, they can be used any time you are out in the cold weather.
Our weather has been below zero for the past few days and I decided it was a good time to try out the handwarmers. I have previously used heat wraps for my back, which also contain powdered iron, and I expected the Hot Hands-2 Hand Warmers to heat up quickly like the back wraps did. I followed the directions and shook the pouch, then placed them into my gloves. After about five minutes they were starting to get warm, and after 30 minutes they were nice and toasty!
I feel these work better when placed in mittens instead of gloves, because when used in mittens I can slide them down to warm my fingers, then slide them back up to warm my palms. I started to use these at 8:30 in the morning, and an hour and a half later they actually seemed hotter, and continued getting hotter for the next couple of hours. After that point I noticed they seemed to be losing their heat so I squeezed the packets and mixed the contents again, as well as exposing them to the air for a few seconds, and this seemed to work well. I also found that placing them against my stomach really seemed to help warm my core!
If you live in a cold climate, Hot Hands-2 Hand Warmers would be a great product to have on hand in the event of an emergency. They will fit easily in a glove box of a car, and I feel these are a great product to have in your car just in case you are in an accident or get stranded.
The back of the package states thay these will reach an average temperature between 126 and 144 degrees. They really didn't seem that hot to me, but I would not give these to the elderly or to children, or to anyone that has sensory issues. The package also warns against letting anyone use these who have allergies, diabetes, frostbite, scars, open wounds, or circulatory problems without consulting a physician first.
Other warnings are listed on the product as well, such as not to use while sleeping, not to open the pouch, and not to use in an oxygen-enriched environment.