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Stay warm this winter without having to add too many layers!

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  • Stay warm this winter without having to add too many layers!

    It's getting cold out there and if you hate the cold like me, you might find this useful! I have been using this vest for a while now and I can say it is one of the best gifts I have ever received. The vest is very warm and the customizable heating pad placement allows me to target my lower back. The battery for the vest has lasted me more than 7 hours on the 2nd heat setting on one charge and can probably go even longer! (I haven't used it longer than that in one sitting so I'm not sure how long it can last). I've tried using other heated vests before but the battery and heat intensity is just not as good as this brand's. I highly recommend it! Also makes a great Christmas gift if you're struggling with ideas for presents

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    Last edited by Little; 12-11-2013, 10:12 AM.

  • Korean text on the heat pads. Doesn't really get that cold there but the asian countries seem rather inventive about electronics and comfort products. For over $100 I'll just get a warmer coat. It's only when it's -30F out that I put on many layers. Otherwise it's jeans or khakis, tshirt, and a warm coat.

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