Heated Vest for the Outdoors

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$89.98
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  • At amazon.com you can purchase ARRIS USB Electric Heated Vest, 5V Size Adjustable Women Men Rechargeable Heated Clothing for Fishing Hunting Hiking Camping Black for only $89.98, which is 31% less than the cost in eBay ($129.99).
  • The lowest price of ARRIS Electric Heated Vest Size Adjustable w/ 7.4V Battery for Men Women Outdoor was obtained on February 21, 2020 3:30 pm.

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9 reviews for Heated Vest for the Outdoors

  1. Andrea L

    LOVE this vest!! First of all, it’s so soft and comfortable! Second, I was a little scared about it being “unisex and one size fits all” BUT….it Is! I am 5’3 130lbs, husband is 6ft 200 lbs and we were both able to fit it perfectly with the adjustable sides. Super easy instructions. I plugged the battery in, turned it on, selected my preferred temp and in seconds I was so warm. I live in New England and it’s Soookoo cold here, I was able to wear this vest and a light jacket and I was so super warm. Price is even better, it’s the cheaper of the brands so i didn’t expeect this much quality. It really is great!! 5 starsssss!!!!

  2. Brandon dekker

    After using this vest daily for a week, I have decided that it is a must have. I use this vest for work and school in cold rooms. I also use it under a winter jacket when I need to go outside. The different heat settings are great, making any environment more comfortable. I am 6’0″ and 230 lbs, I wear it on the smallest width setting. It is a little bit short on me but it still works. I use this with several power banks which make it through my day, sometimes 12 hours. The large power banks are a Mophie XXL 20,000 mah, rav power 32,000 mah, and a pocket juice 20,000 mah. My most frequent settings are medium high and high. In my room, I use medium, and the raw power power bank last all day at this setting, usually still having some power remaining when I get ready for bed.The heat pads are only in the back, which is stated in the description, so I knew this going in. They do get pretty warm pretty fast. Washing the vest is a little weird, but it does dry quick, about 3 hours hanging in front of a fan. Soap sticks to the material and leaves stains, so I learned to dilute the soap in the washer tub before putting the vest in. The collar comes all they way up my neck to my chin, which doesn’t bother me too much. Light weight, and does its job.I wish the pockets were placed more towards the front of the vest, there are kind of awkwardly to the side. The USB cable worries me, its thin and looks like it will wear down easy. I will probably wrap it with something to keep it from bending too much and becoming fragile. The pocket does fit my huge rav power power bank, but it does have to go in at an angle.Ordered a second one for my girlfriend.

  3. matthew kelly

    Pros-Heats up VERY well and sides have a good velcro that allows adjustment for a wide range of sizes and frames.I bought a 30,000mah pack (though bulky) so that I could use the vest on the highest setting and still last a good 9+hrs on one chargeCons.-when I first adjusted the vest to my size the zipper kept falling down. If this happens, you have to adjust the zipper so that it sits higher up on your chest.-could use a dedicated pocket for the battery pack.

  4. matthew kelly

    Pros-Heats up VERY well and sides have a good velcro that allows adjustment for a wide range of sizes and frames.I bought a 30,000mah pack (though bulky) so that I could use the vest on the highest setting and still last a good 9+hrs on one chargeCons.-when I first adjusted the vest to my size the zipper kept falling down. If this happens, you have to adjust the zipper so that it sits higher up on your chest.-could use a dedicated pocket for the battery pack.

  5. Jimmy

    I’ve had this for almost a week now and love this thing so far! And I think the people who have problems with is are probably using the vest wrong or not reading the description.This vest is not a replacement for a jacket. Maybe for a brisk fall day it would be nice on its own. But this thing really works well when under a winter jacket. This does not come with a battery. You will nee to get a nice big USB power bank that is rated for at least 2.1A out of a single port to use this vest.For me, I found that the second power level (green or high) was the most comfortable under my jacket in 30 degree weather. And that (red or very high) was the best for when you first go into the cold but it was almost too hot after a few minutes.I am 145Lbs and 5’11” I normally wear a men’s medium and this vest adjusted to fit me tightly without a problem. I actually can tighten it another 2 inches smaller around my chest if needed, that’s probably what would be called a women’s medium at that setting. It can be set very large too but I have no need for that. This works best worn tight because it holds the heating pads against your body.During initial testing I found it draws almost exactly 2A at 5V. See my pictures for the measurements. That’s 10 watts of heating on the highest setting. 10 watts may not sound like a lot but it makes a big difference. If you have ever tried heated seats in a car on their highest setting, well it feels exactly like that when the vest is under a coat. And when the vest is off you can’t feel where the heating pads are, they are flexible.I saw on another review that a heating pad is under the battery holding pocket, its not. The heating pad is above that pocket. If your battery is excessively heating up its because its not actually rated for 2.1A continuous and you should get a better one. Warm is normal for them but hot is not.I have almost no complaints. The zipper feels sorta cheap and overall material selection seems sorta cheap. But on the other hand, this is the cheapest way to make any jacket a heated jacket that performs just as good as other built in heating jackets my friends have gotten. But they got theirs for over $200.

  6. Jimmy

    I’ve had this for almost a week now and love this thing so far! And I think the people who have problems with is are probably using the vest wrong or not reading the description.This vest is not a replacement for a jacket. Maybe for a brisk fall day it would be nice on its own. But this thing really works well when under a winter jacket. This does not come with a battery. You will nee to get a nice big USB power bank that is rated for at least 2.1A out of a single port to use this vest.For me, I found that the second power level (green or high) was the most comfortable under my jacket in 30 degree weather. And that (red or very high) was the best for when you first go into the cold but it was almost too hot after a few minutes.I am 145Lbs and 5’11” I normally wear a men’s medium and this vest adjusted to fit me tightly without a problem. I actually can tighten it another 2 inches smaller around my chest if needed, that’s probably what would be called a women’s medium at that setting. It can be set very large too but I have no need for that. This works best worn tight because it holds the heating pads against your body.During initial testing I found it draws almost exactly 2A at 5V. See my pictures for the measurements. That’s 10 watts of heating on the highest setting. 10 watts may not sound like a lot but it makes a big difference. If you have ever tried heated seats in a car on their highest setting, well it feels exactly like that when the vest is under a coat. And when the vest is off you can’t feel where the heating pads are, they are flexible.I saw on another review that a heating pad is under the battery holding pocket, its not. The heating pad is above that pocket. If your battery is excessively heating up its because its not actually rated for 2.1A continuous and you should get a better one. Warm is normal for them but hot is not.I have almost no complaints. The zipper feels sorta cheap and overall material selection seems sorta cheap. But on the other hand, this is the cheapest way to make any jacket a heated jacket that performs just as good as other built in heating jackets my friends have gotten. But they got theirs for over $200.

  7. FarmerBoyFPV

    I’ve also have the jacket, ive warn it ever day sense I got it. So i decided to try the vest to hide under snow clothes this winter. I have to say I’m very happy. The first thing i noticed is the fit, it not made for fashion like the coat, its a very functional vest. Its very ajustable via crazy nice velcrow like the medical knee, foot, whatever brace, and uses simmular industral soft fabrick. Its very much made to ware when you know your going to freeze, its going to work under a large winter coat, when im going out to play in -30* weather.Conclusion, if your looking for an everyday nice looking heated jacket. I dont think this is it, i dont plan on whearing this solo. I think this is an extra layer under something warmer. Its great that it has 5 power levels and the fit puts the heaters as close to skin as possable. Its a great heated vest, and if youve never had a heated coat or vest its a whole new experence. Your probably not wanting to ever go without it.Best uses. Sking, snow boarding, snowmobileing , motorcycle, playground kid watching. Outdoor activities that freeze you.Thanks for reading.

  8. FarmerBoyFPV

    I’ve also have the jacket, ive warn it ever day sense I got it. So i decided to try the vest to hide under snow clothes this winter. I have to say I’m very happy. The first thing i noticed is the fit, it not made for fashion like the coat, its a very functional vest. Its very ajustable via crazy nice velcrow like the medical knee, foot, whatever brace, and uses simmular industral soft fabrick. Its very much made to ware when you know your going to freeze, its going to work under a large winter coat, when im going out to play in -30* weather.Conclusion, if your looking for an everyday nice looking heated jacket. I dont think this is it, i dont plan on whearing this solo. I think this is an extra layer under something warmer. Its great that it has 5 power levels and the fit puts the heaters as close to skin as possable. Its a great heated vest, and if youve never had a heated coat or vest its a whole new experence. Your probably not wanting to ever go without it.Best uses. Sking, snow boarding, snowmobileing , motorcycle, playground kid watching. Outdoor activities that freeze you.Thanks for reading.

  9. John S.

    The vest itself is basically a fleece vest with a felt liner. With the zippers in the smallest position, the vest fits quite well – though a little baggy around the waist for me (no draw string). The collar is a little stiff. I plug it in. Even on the lowest setting you can feel a little heat. There are five heat settings, and the heat pads warm up very quickly. So, I’m happy. Two things: There is no battery pocket, the battery goes in your left hand pocket; didn’t care much for that. The last thing is that the wires going to the USB battery attachment are human hair thin. UPDATE : after using the vest (always on a low heat setting) the electronic heat control no longer works. Battery is fine, vest lights initially, but wont turn on heat once you try to push the chest button. If this is the level of quality, I’m not very interested in a replacement.

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