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New to the UK, this innovative Hand Warmer takes away the fuss required from using hand warmers. No more need to boil pads to re-use or fiddle around with lighter fluid. The HotRox Hand Warmer is for the busy person who wants to feel comfortable during the cold weather!
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HotRox hand warmers have three heat settings, Off, Medium and High. This allows for a heat cycle of up to 6 hours, easily long enough to keep you warm whatever you are doing. HotRox hand warmers are great for anything!!
When to Use
HotRox hand warmers are made to be held. The sleek tactile design measures just 19mm thin. Simply turn HotRox on and grasp it lightly with the hand to allow the heat to transfer and warm up your hand. Once your hand is warm you can transfer the HotRox handwarmer to the other hand and enjoy the warmth. Of course theres nothing stopping you using two HotRox handwarmers at the same time!
HotRox Hand Warmers come in a stylish box, perfect if you are giving it as a present. Inside the box is everything you need to get started.
How It Works
Each HotRox hand warmer features a specially designed heatplate on its under side. When HotRox is turned on it will rapidly heat up in around 15 seconds. When HotRox handwarmer is turned off it will cool down just as quick, allowing true heat on demand.
HotRox handwarmers use rechargeable lithium battery which holds its charge for months on end so you always know its ready for when you need it most.
Rechargeable and Reusable Handwarmer
HotRox hand warmers are a lifestyle product for everyone. Unlike other handwarmers HotRox requires no fuss or messy refueling. Simply recharge HotRox with the included mains adaptor or plug in to the USB port of any computer. HotRox hand warmers can be fully recharged in about 2 hours, so its ready when you are!
So impressed with this product. Gets to a great temperature and keeps my hands warm when working outside. Charging on usb is very useful too (Originally posted: 04/02/2011)