BARCHI HEAT Heated Gloves 7.4V
The Barchi Heated Gloves are rechargeable gloves from Barchi Heat are the perfect solution for those chilly winter nights and day. The heating elements will generate heat to compensate for the reduced body heat and will ensure your hand stay comfortable and protected by offering three layers of material between your hands and the cold environment.
- Upgraded 7.4V Rechargeable Battery & 3 Heat Settings Controller: The electric gloves are powered by 2200mAh lithium-ion batteries and will last up to 6.5h on the lowest setting, 3-3.5h on the medium setting and about 2h on the highest. If doing sports or work in outside long time, suggest to buy extra batteries (sold separately).
- No More Cold Fingers: Far Infrared Carbon Fiber Heating Elements Covers Whole Back of Hand & Wraps Around the Tips of the Fingers .This rechargeable gloves are the perfect solution for those chilly winter nights and days , Raynaud’s , Arthritis , Bad Circulation, Stiff Joints People. The heated apparel will generate heat to compensate for the reduced body heat, and this rechargeable gloves will ensure your hand are toasty warm
- Various Sizes Option: This Unisex Heated gloves with 7 sizes: XS,S,M,L,XL.XXL,XXXL -which you can select correct size according to our size chart as the pic .
- Materials: Water Resistant sheep leather & polyester
Jenny Horner –
These are great. I have a daughter in marching band and we were looking for something thin that she could wear during the bitterly cold early morning practices. They work good. She wishes the heating wires ran across the palm of her hand and not just the outside, but they are way better than nothing at all.
My hands get icy cold easily especially when the temperature is below 75F. I’ve tried many different types of gloves including big brand name gloves but my hands are still cold all the time. I guess I now found the solution-the heated gloves. I don’t know why I didn’t think about buying it before. They warm up fast and the material is soft. I like them a lot.
I was worried these gloves would not heat fingertips but they do. I think if I were to shovel snow I would need a second thicker glove overtop to keep fingers toasty warm only because the material is thin. I did need to use the 2nd and 3rd level of heat, the 1st level did not do much. The gloves are also thinner than other heated gloves I’ve tried. The price is high which is why I have it a 4 out of 5 stars but product does work.
I purchased these to wear under my motorcycle gloves as I have a long commute in the Pacific Northwest where temps are currently between 20 and 35 degrees.When I tested the gloves in my house, they warmed up quickly and I was very hopeful. The gloves are well built and comfortable and they fit inside my winter riding gloves perfectly. Upon starting my morning commute, it became quickly apparent that the heating elements just weren’t warming much. I honestly couldn’t tell they were on at all. They did however make what would normally be fairly uncomfortable wind chill on my fingers more bearable, but I’m not sure if this was just due to the extra glove layer versus the heating element.While I can see these being helpful in some applications, the cost versus the benefit just wasn’t worth it for me.
I love these. Very happy with purchase. Its been 20 degrees out this last week. I work outside and wear these under another pair of gloves. My coworkers were complaining there fingers were freezing, but my fingers were fine. The only thing stopping me from giving 5 stars is I wish the batteries stayed charged longer. Get about 3 hours run time no matter what heat setting I use. I’ll be buying a backup set of batteries so one set can charge while i use the others
Michael A. Kalm –
I was really looking for a heated glove that wouldn’t be bulky like a ski glove. This is the only glove i found that physically looked like what I wanted, but it just didn’t provide enough warmth. Disappointing
Brian E. Grondin –
These glove liners are great!I use them with mitten shells that I’ve used for years, and my hands would always start to get cold after about 3-5 miles in below freezing temperatures. Despite trying several high cost gloves claiming (and failing) to keep my hands warm, I decided to finally give these a try. BINGO!!First of all, the liners are WAY better (warmer) than the normal mitten liners without even being turned on. There are 3 settings (low, med & high), and I have used them in temperatures down to the mid teens. I have not yet had to use the high setting, in fact, I’ve only boosted them up to medium near the end of a ride once out of curiosity.When you turn them on the low setting, you will not likely feel warmth, but you’ll also not feel cold. With the medium setting, you will feel a hint of warmth, but not much, and you will obviously not feel cold. Since I haven’t had to use the high setting, I can only assume things will feel toasty.It’s probably worth noting that I don’t even turn them on until the 26-29 degree range.Get them. You won’t be disappointed!
The gloves came impressively packaged (would impress as a gift). Once I unwrapped I just had to charge the rechargeable batteries, which easily install in a small zippered compartment in each glove. They are light and don’t take up much room, and I have not noticed them. The gloves would be warm even if they were not electric, and seem well-made. With the batteries installed you just hit a button on each glove – and hit it again to set the heat. The gloves get warm very quickly with a comfortable heat. I have not had really cold days to test them – but so far they seem terrific. I can’t wait to use them skiing. Liked them so much I bought electric socks. They claim they will stay warm for as much as 6 hours – which is more than I would need – but have not had the opportunity to test.
Didn’t keep hands warm felt the cold on fingers even in Calif where it’s not that cold
L. Short –
I was disappointed in these. The measurement they suggested was still too large for my small hands. It seemed pretty essential for you to have a tight fit to feel the warmth of these. If they “bag” away from your hands, you can’t feel the warmth. I saw others remark they are “skin tight” – they have to be. I couldn’t feel the heat on one side at all. Also the batteries were bigger than I expected… it reminded me of half a deck of cards.. not quite that thick. You have to deal with that under your coat. I wouldn’t want to fall on them.
Robert Goldberg, MD –
These gloves are very well built of high quality materials. The palm surface does appear to be made of leather, as are the finger tips. The stitching is very durable and the design is very stylish with reflective stripes on the back. The battery compartment has waterproof zipper and probably walls. I’ve been skiing for over 25 years now and I’ve seen many different gloves, so I can say with plenty of confidence that these will last for a long time. They are very thick and padded and provide plenty of warmth on their own. They are not really for driving motorcycles or for biking like advertised. Maybe hiking in deep snow. But these are really straight up skiing gloves.The gloves also work very well in terms of their heating function. The button is large and easy to press. One press goes straight to the strongest mode, which is indicated with strong red LED’s. Each click drops the power by one until the fourth click turns the heating off. The latter indicated by a bright green LED that lights up the button and goes off in a few seconds. Now as for the heating, they get impressively hot. I tested these at room temperature and after a minute of the highest mode I had to take them off.The batteries are small and fit into their compartments very easily. Given these are large skiing gloves with the weight of their own, the weight added by the batteries really is quite negligible. You do not feel it that much. The pockets’ padding is enough not to feel the batteries presence or be uncomfortable in any way.Size wise they fit as expected. I have average sized hands and always wear medium in gloves. These gloves in medium fit me just right.The touch screen works only with the index finger, but has a very sensitive capture and does not miss a single tap. Very impressive with this thickness glove and a great feature. If you’ve ever had to take off a glove in a -20 degrees cold on a lift at the top of a mountain, you’ll know what this feature can mean.Finally, the packaging deserves a special shout out. These comes in a very high quality box with a magnetized lid, which adds to their premium feel and makes this a great gift.Overall, excellent quality premium skiing gloves with a great style and a very powerful heating element that will keep your hands warm in any weather. Highly recommended.
Cat Martin –
I have hated having numb, cold fingers/hands in the winter when out shoveling snow off the sidewalk or trying to remove a foot of snow from my car early in the morning…so, decided to try a pair of heated gloves. I can’t say enough good things about how these heat up, how they are comfortable and easy to work in when cleaning off your car and how absolutely wonderful it is to FEEL your fingers when out in the cold! The medium heat level works for me and I do like that the batteries can last a while. Not that I’ve had lots of snow this year, yet, but there have been times I spent 2-3 hours shoveling driveway and sidewalk as well as cleaning off my car. It would suck if you got half-way through and they quit working! So get yourself or someone you care about a pair of these heated gloves – they are wonderful!
The Glove Lady –
I like the fact the heating elements extend all the way to the fingertips. The gloves are made well overall. The battery packs are easy to remove and charge and I’ve found that setting 2 is sufficiently warm on most average cold days. My husband and I use these gloves when we walk in the late afternoon before the temperatures really dip here in CT and the gloves are met our needs.
Ann C –
I ordered these gloves in anticipation of a ski trip, but I tried them out on some cold winter days at home and they’re perfect for keeping your hands warm. No more numb fingers in below freezing weather. These gloves came with two rechargeable batteries (one for each glove) and three different heat settings. They warmed up immediately after I turned them on and make a cold walk comfortable or would be great for anyone spending long periods of time in cold weather. They’re very high quality, look nice and are worth every penny.
So far, the Barchi heated gloves are as advertised – however, we have not yet had any single digit or sub zero temps to see if these can really perform successfully under those conditions. I bought them ahead of time in order to be prepared for the worst case scenario.
Bought these for a Christmas gift for my son-in-law. He was thrillrd with them . The quality, for the price was excellent. My son-in-law does a lot of outside work on his tractor in our cold winters in WV he will get a lot of use out of them.