Bring your cold fingers back to life.
The Hi Gear Disposable 'Hot Pads' are a non-toxic, environmentally safe, and odourless heat source in a pocket-sized pouch, perfect for keeping your hands warm on cold winter days.
Easy to store and use, these provide safe, gentle heat for up to 8 hours, and can be disposed of in a bin when they're done with and cooled down.
Activate them by breaking the plastic seal and shaking the powder inside, they will warm up to between 59°C and 70°C, just right for bringing cold fingers back to life.
And if you're camping on a cold winter night, throw a couple of these into your sleeping bag. If you're standing at a football match in the snow, keep one in each pocket. And if you're warming up to climb Everest, these will get your chilly hands ready.
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Heat Pads, 19 January 2015
By D Walker (Stockport)
Amazing if activated corretly, activate in pocket 20mins prior to leaving house. Do not leave in open air as this deactivates the reaction. Lasted 6 hours in our gloves, really good heat.
Hi gear heat pad, 21 January 2014
By Dave (Gloucester)
Bought a box of these that were on offer as they had gone past there use by date. Never tried anything like this before and even gave some to my friend thinking they would be Luke warm at best. I was amazed how warm they got. They took a few minutes to get to temperature but they certainly did the job. It's January now and I've been on a walk with my springer, we did an hour walking with heat pads in glove, got home had a shower etc etc anyway about 4 hours later the pads are still giving out heat and are stuffed in my sock to aid a foot sprain injury and there still good.
Disappointing, 27 December 2013
By Joer37 (London)
Having followed the instructions to activate the handwarners I found that they became lukewarm at best, and were not particularly useful.
Utterly useless, 21 December 2013
By Mav (Nottingham)
The heat pads are utterly useless. You might be able to imagine it getting warmer as you massage them but most likely it is only the transfer from you hands. I cant believe a shop like Go Outdoors would stock something that is total nonsense and a waste of customer money.
Hi Gear hand warmers, 19 November 2013
By KH2 (Wirral)
These are utterly useless,. I bought several pairs and will be returning the unused ones to the store. The heat from the pads once activated was negligible