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Product description

WILDYAK Men Women Heated Skiing Gloves Battery Powered Heat Gloves For Skiing Motorcycle,Hunting

- Heating elements of electric gloves covers whole fingers till finger tips
- You can feel your hands warmer in 30s when turning this heated mitten on
- Comes with 8.4V, 2A wall charger, full charge just about 2-2.5hours
  - Temperature control button allows easy access to 3 heating modes
- Power display and low power reminder
- Imported sheepskin used on palm for strong grip
- Adjustable wrist elastic buckle to adjust per arm fit

Wildyak Rechargeable Electric Heated Gloves Specifications:
- Rechargeable Battery: 7.4V 2200mAh
- Battery Working Temperature: -30℃~30℃(22℉-86℉)
- Wall Charger Output: 8.4V 2A
- Battery Full Charging Time: 2-2.5 hours
- Heating Mode and Heating Time(Full Charge) of this heater gloves
①Red Light: 131℉-140℉ (Work 2-3 Hours)
②Green Light: 113℉-131℉ (Work 3-4 Hours)
  ③Blue Light: 95℉-113℉ (Work 5.5-6.5 Hours)
Note: Heating time may vary according to environmental conditions.
- Battery Display: 100%, 75%, 50%, 25% (orange light)
- Low Power Reminder: when power become 25%, the orange light will  turn to red and flash.

Package Contents of these Heating Gloves:
- Heated Skiing Gloves*1 Pair
- 7.4V 2200mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery*2
- 8.4V 2A Wall Charger*1
- Waterproof Portable Bag*1
- User Guide*1

How to Use These Heated Gloves:
①Charge: Charge the batteries about 3 hours before your first use;
②Open: Open the battery pocket;
③Connect: Connect battery to each DC cable;
④Put: Put the battery into the pocket and stick the velcro.
⑤Press: Press and hold power button the first time for 3s. The red
  light is on and it’s in high heating mode.

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