30seven Rechargeable Heated Gloves
These heated gloves with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries from 30seven keep your fingers warm during all outdoor activities such as cycling, motorcycle, skiing, hiking or hunting. 30seven heated gloves are perfect for the colder seasons and fit men or women.
- TOP QUALITY. 30seven heated gloves with battery are made of a mix of materials, featuring a fleece lining on the inside and wind blocking material on the outside. Adjust the 3 heating zones 3 heat levels by pushing the heat button. There are 3 heating zones, including the fingertips.
- PRACTICAL. The heated glove with battery has an adjustable Velcro strap and integrated rubber band on the wrist. The gloves have shock absorbing grip padding on the palms and the outer layer is made of durable material.
- EASYCARE. The gloves are washable at 30 degrees. The batteries have an operating time of 3 to 7 hours, depending on the heating level. We guarantee at least 1000 full recharges
- COMPLETE SET. The package includes 2 gloves for men or women + 2 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries + 1 double charger & US adapter. The set is also perfect for a gift.
- Hook and Loop closure
The construction of the gloves is good, with careful materials and construction, the seams are apparently strong.
They have reinforcements at the angles of the index with the thumb where it usually comes into contact with the handlebars when carrying the weight on the hands.
They look solid, giving the impression of good quality.
They have plentiful appliqués of reflective material on the back and on the palm part (on the wrist)
The part of the palm looks like made of artificial leather with gel appliqués and details of dubious aesthetics.
The tip of the index finger of each glove is made of a material that allows the mobile screen to be operated but with little precision due to the thickness of the glove. In any case you don’t need to take off your glove to activate your phone, but dialing a number or typing a text is impossible for me.
The wrist covers are narrow, and they don’t have closure to fit them, which I particularly like because the velcros in this part are always hooking up with the jacket and bothering, they are also somewhat narrow there is hardly room to cover a bulky watch that you wear on your wrist.
Brad Kramer –
I like everything about them. Product is exactly what the manufacturer states. Fit nicely. I will see how long they last with frequent use in maintenance field.
Snow Dog Dad –
I have been skiing for 35+ years. When the temperature drops below about 15 degrees F, regardless of how good my gloves are, my hands get terribly cold. I know a number of people that cannot ski at all because their hands get so cold. I have another set of heated gloves that I am not terribly impressed with.A few weeks ago, we had an exceptional cold spell and snow for a few days in Colorado so I decided to put these gloves to the test. While the temperatures did not drop below 20 degrees, I figured this would be a good test if I was going to be outside for a while.The good: – The batteries lasted about 4.5 hours on the medium setting. – It seems the heating elements are on the back of the glove but it does heat your hand up nicely – The batteries are easy to get in and out of the battery pouch and seem to recharge fully in about 4 hours – The gloves heat up quickly. I set them initially at full power to heat them up and them dropped them back to the middle setting. During an hour long walk with my dogs, I could feel the warmth continually and the temperature was about 23 degrees F with a strong breeze. – Power button on each glove is easy to get to and easy to operate – The glove style is a ‘snowboarder’ type glove, they come up your arm farther than some gloves. I like this glove design as with shorter gloves I’m always getting snow up inside the gloves. – The design includes additional padding in the palm of the glove for holding on to something such as a ski pole.The bad: – The velcro strap that is used to tighten the glove around the wrist is just below the thumb on the palm side of the glove. Personally, I would have put that across the back of the glove. The strap is a little less than 3/4″ wide. I am hoping it will not wear quickly because sometimes I’m pulling gloves off 2 or 3 times per hour. – At full power, you will burn through the batteries in about 3 hours. Not good for a day of skiing if you need full heat all day. Selling a second second of batteries might be a good thing for this company to do. – The power plug for the charger is a European plug but comes with a US adapter. Nice of them to include a US adapter but it does make the plug stick out a long wall from a wall socket. They could have easily designed an interchangeable plug rather than building it just to European plugs. – I ordered XL thinking these would be a bit big. They were tight initially but as I wore them they loosened up. – Each battery pack actually has two batteries in it rather than one single larger battery. This seems like adding complexity but there may be a reason they did so.The price on these gloves is quite high but for those whose hands easily get cold, this could potentially change your day outdoors for the better.
I’ve tried other heated gloves before and was always dissatisfied for one reason or another. I found these to be a good pair of gloves overall that I think I’ll be happy with for a long time.The construction seems top notch. Good stitching all over, nice clean seams, and very durable materials. The outer material on the back of the hands is very wind and waterproof.Fit: The sizing chart had me at a medium and I usually wear medium when I don’ plan on using liners, so that’s what I got. They were a little snug to begin with. I mostly noticed it when bending my fingers and gripping something. After a few uses they did loosen up a bit and feel just right now.I wanted these primarily for winter cycling (mtn biking) and cross-country skiing. I’ve used then biking in 40 degree weather and they kept my hands nice and comfortable. They don’t feel like there’s a heater inside – rather, they produce some heat and the insulation keeps it in (and the cold out) and it keeps your hands comfortable. I also used them on the motorcycle on the highway (80 mph) at 40 degrees and my hands stayed completely comfortable for the 50 minute ride.A few specific likes:- The pads on the palm are nice and grippy.- There’s soft suede on the back of the thumbs for wiping glasses/goggles.- The cuff is a good length and not too bulky so you can really choose to have it over or under your sleeve.- The 2-piece design of the battery helps it lay flatter and flex/bend around your wrist so it less bulky than others I’ve tried.A few minor criticisms:- Given that the descriptions says that they are for cycling, I wish the fingers were articulated/curved some. As you can see from the pics, there’s no articulation at all.- The button is easy to use even with the gloves on; however, its easy to accidentally turn them on. Simply setting down the glove with the button facing down is enough to press it on. I make sure to unplug the batteries when I take the off.
J Y –
I purchased these gloves for cold weather cycling for temps below 40 degrees. They work well and have lasted on high power for rides that are about three to four hours long. I have started wearing thin liner gloves under these gloves which helps prevent perspiration. My only recommendation would be to add a pill loop on the glove to help get them on.I feel I have enough dexterity to shift gears on my bike while wearing them.
Kristal Shannon –
Very comfortable and are the first heat up gloves that keep my fingertips warm! Amazing.
Tiffany Nguyen –
These gloves aren’t made as well as you think ..they look like strong gloves but didn’t last long , in one day this is what happened. the pictures says it all !! Sheila from phoenix,Az
mark ciccarello –
These gloves are a joke they don’t keep fingers warm they’re not that thick and they’re not that warm over all. The heat is not distributed throughout the whole glove very evenly and these are colossal waste of money. Just get a nice pair of Burtons and you’ll be fine