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Homitt 6700mAh Electric Portable Pocket Hand Warmer/Power Bank - $19.99

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[Amazon.ca] Homitt 6700mAh Electric Portable Pocket Hand Warmer/Power Bank - $19.99

One of the larger capacity hand warmers on sale with multiple heat settings, has a $13 clip coupon to bring it down under $20. Wish I one of these today, waiting for the bus was brutal this morning with this cold.
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any recommendations for a filler ?
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Dec 24, 2015
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Never seen one of these before, but it sure is a nice idea -- dual hand warmer/power bank.
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Pretty good, you'll want one for each pocket though Slightly Smiling Face

I'm still working through a bunch of disposable warmers but might consider battery ones when they run out.
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Tried the disposable warmers last week at Carnival in QC. Started in my glove between liner and glove and moved directly on my hand. Not very effective. Where I really need the heat is at the fingertips. How do these electric warmers compare? It was so cold in QC that my phone was shutting itself down even in my pocket so I imagine these may have the same issue (if it's not running)
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FunnyGamer wrote: Here's one that costs a dollar more but has a USB-C port for those who would prefer that. It has a capacity of 5200mAh only however.
https://www.amazon.ca/Warmers-OCOOPA-Re ... B07Y5ZWWQ7
Some people would get 1 for each pocket. 5200mah is probably the way to go since its probably a little smaller and a little lighter (unless they all use 18650 batteries, then they would all be equally bulky). also USB-C is a plus.
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MandomRix wrote: Also, as a bonus:

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Not sure if I trust the lottery of "warm words" with a loved one.
You write the words yourself then put that sticker on top which they scratch off.
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barold wrote: Tried the disposable warmers last week at Carnival in QC. Started in my glove between liner and glove and moved directly on my hand. Not very effective. Where I really need the heat is at the fingertips. How do these electric warmers compare? It was so cold in QC that my phone was shutting itself down even in my pocket so I imagine these may have the same issue (if it's not running)
Yeah it depends on how well they can heat above ambient, the disposable ones if it's super cold = not that hot, then as soon as you're inside they get crazy hot. For the weight of having a power bank in each glove, I sure hope they're way better.
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probably not a good idea to heat batteries 🤦‍♂️
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Krispy1 wrote: You write the words yourself then put that sticker on top which they scratch off.
Still can't be trusted.
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It looks nice. Warm and sweet power bank. How about the durability if use it as warmer?
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These are interesting -- or is it just clever marketing??

Employee 1 -- "We have a problem, our power banks are giving off a crazy amount of heat when they're in operation."

Employee 2 -- "Hey, I've got an idea......."
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It's all comes down to individual requirements. If you really want a hand warmer alone, then this is too bulky for that. For warming hands you need 1) a hand warmer, ideally in your glove 2) and a glove that can retain heat.

It's too bulky for that use as you can't slip it into your glove. I use air operated hand warmer (packets) with thermal gloves when it's cold.

For me a power bank is needed only when I am travelling and I know my phone battery will die after 12 hours of use, and even then I use the smallest one I own as I don't like to carry weight throughout the day which I may or may not use.

Even if you have use for both, I would certainly think twice as using this as a hand warmer over your glove is not gonna help much as your gloves are meant to provide insulation between your skin and ambient temperature.

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