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ThermoGloves Rechargeable Heated Glove Features:
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Introduced in Europe and now available in the US, ThermoGloves heated gloves will keep your hands warm even in the coldest of winters. Finally, a lightweight battery heated glove that is slim enough to be worn as a liner but warm enough to keep hands toasty on their own.
Most liner-type gloves can't keep hands warm for long periods of times and most battery-operated heated gloves are too bulky and hinder mobility. Thermo Gloves solves these issues with its unique design which combines a micro-thin elastic material with high-tech carbon fiber bundles that spreads even heat through each finger and thumb without impacting dexterity. They are soft and flexible without any uncomfortable wires.
Thermogloves can be set to 3 different temperature levels or simply turn them off without having to take the gloves off.
Verseo is proud to be the official distributor of ThermoGloves in the US.
2-Lithium Batteries and Case Included.
ThermoGloves are perfect for use with:
If you are suffering from severe cold hands you may have a condition called Raynaud's Syndrome. According to MayoClinic: Raynaud's (ray-NOHZ) disease is a condition that causes some areas of your body — such as your fingers, toes, the tip of your nose and your ears — to feel numb and cool in response to cold temperatures or stress. In Raynaud's disease, smaller arteries that supply blood to your skin narrow, limiting blood circulation to affected areas.
Many people who are suffering from cold hands have commented that ThermoGloves help releive the symptoms caused by Raynaud's. Because they are slim and flexible, they can be worn while remaining quite dexterous. Something most battery operated snow gloves can't offer.
What is included in the kit?
A pair of gloves, 2 Lithium Polymer Batteries and an AC unit (NOTE: YOU WILL NEED YOUR COUNTRY'S ADAPTER IF USING OUTSIDE US)
How long do I have to charge them?
Initial charge time should be 8 hours. After that allow 2-3 hours for a re-charge.
What sizes do they come in?
ThermoGloves are offered in a Extra Small, Small/Medium and Large/X-Large sizes. To size your hands, measure the length from the bottom of your open hand to the top of your middle finger.
XS is the appropriate size for under 6 3/4 in
S/M is the appropriate size for 7 1/4 in
L/XL is the appropriate size if above 7 1/4 in
What if I'm not satisfied?
Like all Verseo products, ThermoSoles® are backed by our 100% 30 DAY Guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, simply return it within 30 DAYS of shipment for refund of the purchase price, less shipping and handling.
TEXTILE SPECIFICATION FOR THERMO GLOVES AND MITTENS:
ADVANTAGES OF LI POLYMER BATTERIES:
This is my review & demo of the Thermo gloves
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Posted by Unknown on 11th Feb 2017
I have not had a chance to put my Thermogloves to a challenge yet, but they seem to warm up very nicely and are very comfortable. Thanks
Posted by Unknown on 6th Feb 2017
I purchased these for my mom that suffers from Reynauds. She's had them for a few weeks. She likes them - they do help but she is wearing them upside down. I asked her why - she said that she'd prefer for the head to come from the palm side of her hands vs. the top. So she reversed them. The only problem then is that the batter pack is on the opposite side and is digging in to her wrists. So she's considering creating a new pouch on the "top" to store them (my mom is a seamstress). Time will tell if these do what they claim to do for people like my mom who suffer from this condition. It's only been a few weeks.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Feb 2017
I love these gloves, they heat up quickly and maintain their heat for a long time, but they are too bulky for use at work, which is what I bought them for. I have Raynaud's disease and I do data entry for my job, and they are just to big to use while using a keyboard so they have been reserved for going out in the cold or just to use at home. overall they do what they need to do though, and I am thankful I found them!
Posted by Denise on 28th Jan 2017
I wore the gloves with an outer mitten when I was snowshoeing . it was in the mid-20's. My fingers were barely warm and my thumbs were colder. They did help keep my hands from becoming painfully cold, but not as much as I had hoped based upon the reviews I had read.
Posted by fp on 19th Jan 2017
Excellent for use as winter driving gloves. Much less expensive than a new car with heated steering wheel. Too bulky to fit under other gloves as liner (except perhaps much larger mittens/gloves.) I use silk liner gloves for that purpose for Reynaud's symptoms. The batteries are uncomfortable at my wrist. Product would be improved by enlarging zippered opening of battery pouch (or substitute velcro) to make battery insertion and connection easier.
Posted by Susanne on 15th Jan 2017
I bought these as a gift for someone living in North Dakota. They love the gloves but said they work better as liners than stand alone. Maybe need more weatherproofing. Either way, their hands are warm so it's all good. A little pricy but they're happy so I'm happy.
Posted by Raul Arroyo on 9th Aug 2016
We had a mild winter but they are the best heated gloves I've had so far. Extremely flexible, like wearing normal work gloves. Looking forward to next model.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jun 2016
Great idea, don't quite get hot enough and the battery pack is uncomfortable if you want the heating on the palm of your hand rather than the top.
Saying that they're great have saved my fingers 5 times now and the continuous heat means that if my fingers do shut down (Reynards syndrome) they come back fast.
Posted by Lynn on 7th Jun 2016
As a scleroderma sufferer with severe Raynauds these gloves are wonderful. I like their slim fitting style and the way they can be either worn under my possum/merino gloves (wonderful New Zealand product!) or on their own. They are especially good for my outdoor walking in cooler weather and I have high expectations of using them to avoid painful ulcers on the ends of my fingers caused by lack of circulation.
Posted by George Johnson on 22nd Feb 2016
I ordered largest size. Too tight. Have to tug and pull for quite sometime to get them on. Since larger Verseo gloves are not offered, I put them on a coupla times a day trying to stretch them for an acceptable installation time. They seem to be stretching to a small degree. They heat the top of hands ok but I think when I get to use them for my bicycle exercise riding in real cold weather, the fingers will suffer from cold numbness. Having said all that, I am keeping them for the good they will do. I am a 78 year old male with large hands.
Posted by Pearl's Mom on 25th Jan 2016
Love these gloves. But you must use a glove cover over them to keep from snagging them. Wish the plug in was easier to reach and didn't cause such a sharp bend in the wire that connects the batteries to the charger and then the gloves. Looks like a weak link in the design. But they're so nice to have one and be warm!
Posted by Unknown on 15th Jan 2016
for the most park they do keep my hands warm but at times fingers get cold
Posted by Carmen Garcia on 11th Jan 2016
My husband is an avid golfer, so I purchased these for him as a Christmas gift. They were a huge hit! He wears them as they go from hole to hole and then takes them off and leave them in the cart to play the hole. I've worn them around the house and loved them as well. They work as advertised and the battery life has been true to statement.
Posted by Rodrigo on 4th Jan 2016
Bought this glove as a christmas gift for my wife, who suffers from Raynaud for years. The Canadian winter is quite harsh on her. I checked for suggestions on Raynaud's association website and decided to purchase the Verseo ThermoGloves. My wife loves it! She calls it her "power ranger" gloves. Yesterday we went to a Ski resort and although her hands were cold, her Raynaud didn't attacked on full burst, which is a great news! Buy it now if you can!
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Nov 2015
I recently published the Thermo Gloves, they are perfect for keeping my hands warm. I saw them mentioned in an article for Raynsuds. I suffer from Raynsuds myself. Warmth for the hands and feet are crucial especially during the winter. I have only used my gloves twice, I am already considering buying some replacement batteries, to have on hand as back up. Yes, the battery does add a little bit of bulk, my warm hands more than make up for that.
I am very happy w/ my purchase.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2015
perfect for the finger condition
Posted by Dave G. on 24th Feb 2015
I ordered the ThermoGLoves a few weeks ago. Today was my first opportunity to use them. I was working outside of a few hours, temps in the teens. The gloves were FANTASTIC! I've struggled with cold hands for years. I have tried all sorts of gloves and mittens. Your ThermoGloves kept my hands as warm as if I were working inside in my shop. GREAT PRODUCT!
Posted by Lee on 31st Jan 2015
The first time I wore my new gloves I was very pleased with the weight of the gloves and warmth.
The reason I am giving this 4 stars is the stitching on the right hand seam fell apart. I had to re stitch the seam. At the time I needed the warmth on my hands.
After wearing the second time the rest of the finger seams came apart.
I will be sending back.
The concept is great but the workmanship is poor.
As a note I always wore an over glove to protect the thermal glove.
Very disappointed really love these gloves.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Jan 2015
I have Raynaud's and winters in the Northeast can be brutal for me. Though I wear an outer layer of fleece gloves in the cold when walking, these gloves keep my hands from going into 'Raynaud's mode'! I would usually wear two pairs of gloves prior (1 glove/1 mitten) but my hands would still be frozen after a 30 minute walk outside. Even having to wear gloves to the grocery store in the winter, my hands were frozen by the time I left. No more! Just wearing these gloves keep my hands warm! Definitely recommend.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Jan 2015
i had purchased these gloves for my mom for Christmas. She has always had poor circulation in her hands so even when wearing winter gloves her hands freeze. Since she has had these she loves them. The three heat setting she says are incredible. She has said that they keep her hands warm the whole time she has them on and would recommend these to anyone.
Posted by Andrew Heymsfield on 18th Dec 2014
I like the new charger-much more convient than earlier ones. My only hesitation is RH battery compartment is a little small for the battery
Posted by Veronica on 17th Dec 2014
Winter's in NY have been extremely brutal. Last winter, my hands were constantly getting numb from being outside without the proper gloves. I don't know what to go through that again, so I decided to do a search for good, durable gloves. I came across the ThermoGloves Rechargeable Heated Gloves, and was very impressed. I have had them for a few weeks now, and they are FLAWLESS! Very easy to charge, fit perfectly on my hands, and keep me nice and toasty. We've already had days in the low 20s here, and I am pleased to report that my hands have stayed warm. Best on the market, hands down!
Posted by Pat on 15th Nov 2014
I only tried the gloves inside, and they warmed up nicely, but I just couldn't deal with the irritating battery. It sticks into the inside of your wrist and left me with red, irritated skin there.
Posted by Lynn S. on 3rd Nov 2014
I'm a frostie, and I was dreading another winter, even though I live in Florida. The past few days were our first cold snap, and my gloves are keeping my hands toasty warm. They're amazingly comfortable and soft, and after a few minutes or so I don't even notice the batteries inside.
I sent a second pair to a good friend in the mountains of North Carolina, and they're a lifesaver for her, especially (another frostie with much colder weather). I can't recommend them enough, and now I'm looking at footwear. Thank you so much, Verseo, and now I'm grateful, too.
Posted by Deb on 31st Oct 2014
I suffer from Raynauds and Chiblains. My hands are always cold and I have been searching for years for gloves I could wear indoors that would actually warm my fingers. My doctor referred me to a rheumatologist and he told me I need to buy electric gloves. He told me not to waste my money on cheap gloves and that I would need to invest $150-200. I found out about these gloves on the Raynauds Support Group's page. After reading all the reviews I decided to order them. I am wearing them tonight for the first time and am disappointed that the heat on the right glove is much higher than the left one. I have had them both on high for 2 hours. In the first five minutes the difference was obvious. Disappointing for sure. Wondering if it's the glove or the battery. Tomorrow I will switch the batteries and see what happens.
Posted by Jim on 24th Oct 2014
Ok,so I realize any battery powered glove will have it's limitations. These gloves NEED, I repeat, NEED an GOOD outer (2nd) glove before you even begin to think they will keep your hands warm.I use them on my motorcycle and they just barely ward off the chill at 40 degrees at 65mph with a 2nd outer glove. As for holding a charge, best I can tell you is that you'll get maybe 2 hours(total) of warmth before batteries die. Now that's 2 hours in increments of 30 min. Following instructions for charging, and storing when not in use, the BEST I can get is 4 round trips to/from work, at 25 miles a round trip, so 2 days of 30 min use one way and then again 30 min back home, with batteries dying on 4th leg heading home. This is with setting on the "RED" . Anything less at that temp & speed would be like not having them on at all. Afterall, those little disposable heatpacks/handwarmers put out much more heat for a longer period of time and most places sell them inexpensively, so at these gloves selling at 100-150$..you can definitely buy plenty of the handwarmers packs and have better results. The cuffs are rather bulky and do not fit well into the cuffs of motorcycle jackets, but they don't stretch enough to go over them either. I took a chance that they might be a viable option as opposed to buying and hardwiring gloves to the motorcycle, In a northern US state they aren't the #1 glove to go to for motorcycling..for that price.
Posted by Alan on 24th Aug 2014
I purchased a pair of these gloves last New Zealand ski season and since then I have not had cold fingers and I am running them on the middle temp most of the time, they are great. I purchased two sets of batteries but have not had to change them as by mid morning I have warmed up enough to turn the gloves off. The gloves have made early morning skiing much more enjoyable. As someone else has said turn them on high on the lifts and lower once skiing.
Posted by Lisa on 17th Mar 2014
I received the Verseo heated liner gloves about a month ago. I live in Northeast US, and we have had a cold winter! I suffer from Reynauds Phenomenon and it affects how I enjoy the outdoors, especially in the winter. I am a hiker, skier, and cyclist, and my hands getting, and staying, cold is a problem when I try to enjoy the outdoors. I was so happy to find these gloves! They do work great to keep my hands from freezing and becoming painful clubs at the end of my arms, but the battery life is very short. On the warmest setting the batteries last exactly what they list on the website, about 2 hours. I try only to use the middle heat setting, which lasts about 3.5 hours, and works alright. I only use the lowest setting while doing vigorous exercise, and the batteries last about 4 hours, but I cannot use this setting while downhill skiing or cycling. I still bring with me and use hand warmers every time I am outside for longer than an hour. I am considering buying another pair of batteries.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Feb 2014
The gloves were difficult to wear over my snowmobile jacket so I put them on first, then put on my jacket. That worked, but if you need to use your fingers without the gloves (for lunch, etc), you need to take your jacket off to put on the gloves again. (Not so nice when you're wearing a back pack). They were a bit tight under my snowmobile gloves, but never-the-less, they did keep my fingers nice and toasty in -17c with a nasty wind chill. I find the handle bar warmers on the sled don't keep your finger tips warm enough, so these certainly did the trick!
Posted by Unknown on 9th Feb 2014
I'm working in Alaska 10 hours a day with cold steel and these gloves work amazingly, with work gloves over them . But if you do need them for a long period of tome every day it would suggest buying a second set of batteries to switch out
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