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ThermoGloves Rechargeable Heated Gloves

2.00 LBS
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$170.00 $99.00
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Product Description

ThermoGloves Rechargeable Heated Glove Features:

This item ships ground only! No Next day or Expedited shipping available.

  • Wireless heated gloves with no external wires.
  • Can be used as glove liners or regular gloves.
  • Micro-thin stretchable carbon fibers distributes even heat to all fingers.
  • Keypad temperature control with 3 temperature settings.
  • Re-chargeable 2.7000 mAh Li-Ion Polymer batteries.
  • Operating time up to 4 hours.

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:

  • skiing
  • cycling
  • sailing
  • camping
  • fishing
  • snow sports
  • construction
  • or just walking around the block

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.



  • Shell: 100% Polyester
  • Filling: 100% Polyester
  • Insulation: Textile Fiber
  • Heating: 100% Carbon Fiber




  • Lithium Polymer Batteries
  • 3600 mAh, 3,7 V
  • no memory effect
  • Initial charge time: 8 hours
  • 6-8 hours to re-charge
  • Charge hold: 2-5 hours



  • enhanced safety
  • leakage-proof ( no free electrolyte )
  • ultra-thin
  • ultra-light
  • high energy density
  • long life cycle
  • environment-friendly ( pollution-free )

Product Videos

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  1. Satisfied, so far 5 Star Review

    Posted by 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

  2. Wish they changed this one thing 4 Star Review

    Posted by 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.

  3. great but not for work 4 Star Review

    Posted by 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!

  4. Barely keep my hands warm 3 Star Review

    Posted by 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.

  5. Good Driving Gloves 4 Star Review

    Posted by 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.

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