Monday, May 11, 2015

ThermaCell Heated Insoles Review

My husband works in Alaska on a three week on three week off rotation. He spends half of his life in the freezing cold trying his best to keep warm. A Couple of months ago I was sent some ThermaCell Heated Insoles for review and I knew my husband would get a lot of use from these.

These foot warmer insoles have a built in rechargeable battery that is designed to last at least 2500 hours or about 4 winters long. Keeping your feet toasty warm even when the weather is freezing cold. The rechargeable battery is controlled by a wireless remote, it is adjustable to three temperature settings and a charge lasts for about 5 hours of constant use. The batteries can be charged up to 500 times using the included charger and a full charge takes less then 4 hours.

My husband is loving these in his steel toe boots. He says they really do keep his feet warm even while walking around in deep snow. He even showed them off to his co workers on the oil field and they agreed they needed to get some for themselves. If you are working in extreme cold temperatures year around like my husband then these are indispensable.  I can think of several Alaskan friends that would love a pair of these. In fact I wish I had some when we were living in Alaska. Yes, summer is just around the corner but it will be winter in no time and If you live somewhere where the winters are long and cold these would make a great addition to your winter wardrobe. These are also great for those outdoorsy type that like to camp or hunt to keep warm on those chilly nights.

ThermaCell is currently offering a FREE charger when you purchase these, while supplies last.

The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or PR company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.

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