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http://www.grabberwarmers.com/

I was strolling through Big Lots! last night buying toys for the local Toys For Tots drive and stumbled across these things. It was a two pack for $.79. I have yet to try them out but the package says they get up to 156 degrees F when exposed to air. They average 104 degrees and last 7+ hours.

For less than a buck, these seem like a great little accessory for riding. They're so slim, about the size of a credit card and about 1/8-1/4" thick. They could easily slide into gloves, pockets, jackets or whatever.

Anyone used these?

 

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I have never used them but you should get some and test them for us. :thumbs:
 

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I don't buy that exact brand, but I buy a similar product from the Spotsman's Guide. They come in several sizes and shapes and stay warm and are really handy
 

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never used em for riding but used em for hunting in wet cold weather and they work well..... if u wanna ride in snowy mountains in sub freezing u may need more then two though.. duct tape 20 of em inside the jacket to body and arms..lol or just buy the Widder electric vest.... 20 at a time for touring in winter would cost as much as the vest in a few monthes.
 

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These typs of things are great for riding, as well as if your out in the cold doing pretty much anything else. They keep you nice and toasty and when your all bundled up. But they do heat up very quickly !

I use the kinds that you can put in the microwave that last several hours and are reusable as well. they come in handy, but can be alittle more bulky though.
 

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I finally used some of these. They took some time to warm up, but they lasted a good five full hours at high heat. They stayed warm a couple hours longer.

They're really a neat idea, and for $ .80 for two of them at Big Lots, I'm going back to buy a big lot of them. :)
 

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did they make you feel too hot or sweat alot?
 

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these work great. I used them for a couple rides at the end of the season this year and they worked pretty good. Really hot for about an hour then they get comfortable.

I have also used them for years when ice fishing
 

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ive used a similar thing for hunting as well they work great they also hgave one out that you put under your hat (helmit) and those were GREAT!!!
 

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i also used something similar for hunting .worked very well ,no need for gloves .!...stayed warm for hours :thumbs:
 

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Nah, it's tooooo warm in Cali to need something like that. :lol: j/k

They look like they would be worth tryin....can't beat the price. :thumbs:
 

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I used them a few times when skiing. Didn't care for them too much, I guess if I wore mittens they would work better. With just gloves on didn't do much for the digits.
 
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