heated clothing

Hi all....there are some very efficent heated clothing (zip top, hoody and parka) brands out there on the market place..they have a battery (power source) and small leads to a warming patch on the lower back and upper shoulder area...you can dial up a heat you like, and it can last from 4 to 14 hours....one brand says no pacemakers...I am wondering if they really know why and what anyone else's experience may be..? cheers..Dave



No problem

by AgentX86 - 2019-08-24 22:17:04

Their lawyers got involved.  They know about frivolous law suits but they don't know much about pacemakers.

However, I found a better solution to the cold-weather wear problem was to move South.  It's infinitely better than heated clothing.  I did find that my show shovel makes a really nice long-handled dust pan. ;-)

Heated vest

by barnet38 - 2019-08-25 09:17:43

I have a heated vest that is powered by a large battery that is stored in a pocket.  It also has cords so it can be plugged into a motorcycle while riding.  I’ve used it for a number of cold weather activities with no problems.

heated clothing

by blowhard - 2019-08-27 05:40:00

Thnks for all the helpful comments..I will investigate further.

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