Lithium Ion Powered Volt Heated Work Gloves
These aren’t your normal insulated gloves – they’re heated by lithium batteries. The gloves work to heat every inch of your fingers along with your palms and the backs of your hands. The Volt Heated Work Gloves let you choose from 4 different heat settings.
- DURABLE: Volt didn’t skimp on the details in making these gloves, they were designed to be durable enough to handle the worksite by using real leather. Extra-padded palms ensure durability. You can even keep working when these gloves get wet.
- COMFORTABLE: The gloves are meant to feel comfortable on your hands. By padding the palms, we make sure to protect you from damage. The gloves are lined with soft fleece and have a cinch cord to let cold air in and out as needed.
- EASY TO USE: We installed an easy-to-read screen to let you know what’s going on. The screen can be used to adjust the heat setting and will let you know how much battery you have left. The screen is conveniently located on top of the glove.
- MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: If your gloves don’t fit, (please measure before ordering) simply send them back so we can help you find the right size. Just send the original packaging with them. We know that trying on gloves isn’t a common occurrence, and we don’t treat it like it is.
Just tried out my gloves in Vail, CO with temps down to 10 degrees…Hands NEVER felt cold!..Period…I must say that I thought they would get warmer than they do when on the highest setting which almost led to my giving a 4 star rating…Then I thought, I only want them to let my hands feel natural…I never exceeded the battery life when running on setting # 2-3 (they have 4 settings) for only a couple of hours…They have way more battery run-time…They are very comfortable (if in doubt of sizing, go larger), but don’t expect a lot of dexterity…They are thick…Being “anal”, I always begin with the end in mind, so I anticipate what I can do to sustain the life of something I have…To that end, it will benefit you to insert the batteries into their sleeve on the glove, THEN gently connect the small cable which powers the heat elements (The cables are not very flexible and should probably be an inch longer.) [rather than] first connecting the cable to the battery before inserting the battery into its sleeve which causes you to have to bend the cable more and over time will undoubtedly lead to failure of the cable…I bought these gloves based upon reviews first, then price…I have Reynaud’s disease which causes my hands to be especially susceptible to cold temperature…Though these gloves are stylish, I may begin to research an all black pair for casual use and relegate these to yard work as they are very sturdily constructed and indeed advertised for more rugged use…Very pleased.
Michael Tannenbaum –
Complete GARABAGE. Do NOT BUY. Even on highest settings the gloves did not work and burned out after and hour and a half, with NO HEAT. I sent them back and they refused to fix or exchange. When I got them back from the company I threw them in the trash. Worst gloves that I have ever bought. I work outside and depend on good gloves. I wasted almost $200 on the gloves and will never do business with them again. Save your money and use another company and always buy good products.
Micah P. –
For anyone looking at these for intense physical labor, be aware they don’t hold up well. I tend to beat up gloves pretty quickly, through a combination of getting them wet frequently and physical labor all day, so I opted to try these out.After five days of use the gloves: have tears on nearly all finger tips, the inside of the thumb has torn open on both gloves, plastic battery display things have both cracked, and the palm reinforcement on one glove is coming off on one finger.I’m not upset, as I know I am hard on gloves, but for the price tag I kinda wish they would have held up more.The gloves are very warm, though; even without the heat on I would find my hands sweating doing something simple like shoveling snow in 15f degree weather. When working, leaving them on the lowest setting was sufficient to keep my hands at a reasonable temp (not freezing and numb). So they do work well, they just are not exceptionally durable.If you only use these for light work, these things would be great.