Rothco Brown Cotton Jersery Work Gloves

Rothco Brown Cotton Jersery Work Gloves

  • Knit Wrist
  • One size fits all

Great for gardening or any outdoor activity

List Price: $ 1.33

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Nordic Gear Lectra Battery Heated Glove

  • The gloves take a “D” cell battery (not included)
  • Nylon taslan shell
  • Maxi grip fingers and palms
  • Thinsulate™ lined snow cuffs
  • X-Small: 6 in

The Nordic Gear Lectra battery-heated gloves provide you with reliable extra heat when you need it. You simply snap the battery pouch closed to activate the heat. They’re constructed with a tough nylon taslan shell, Maxi grip fingers and palms and comfortable Thinsulate™ lined snow cuffs.

List Price: $ 36.99

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3 comments on “Rothco Brown Cotton Jersery Work Gloves”

  1. Ralph Furlong Reply
    45 of 45 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Battery powered gloves; little heat for a lot of money, December 31, 2006
    Ralph Furlong (Tacoma, WA USA) –

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    I bought these gloves for my wife who has problems keeping her hands warm. The description of the gloves would have you believe that the battery powered gloves (using D cell Batteries) would provide heat to the hands for 6 to 8 hours. In actuality, the battery will only provide heat for 35 to 40 minutes before it ends. To make matters worse, the only heat provided is to the palm of the hand, no heat is provided to the fingers!

    I did not use a cheap brand of battery for these gloves. The first battery that I tried (it takes one D cell per glove) was Duracel with an experation date of 2013 (in other words, brand new battery with lots of shelf life left). That battery provided heat for 40 minutes before dying.

    The second set of batteries that I tried (with the same experation date) were made by Eveready. That battery lasted 35 minutes. You should also note that the Duracel fits poorly in the connector case and the Eveready battery fits even worse!

    These gloves are on their way to Goodwill. Maybe they can be used by some one as work gloves or something.

    If you are considering these gloves, think again! The chemical packs work much better although they (the chemical packs) do have a shelf life. It just seemed such a waste to us to use a chemical pack for a one hour walk and then have the pack continue to provide heat for another 4 to 6 hours. Still, that is better than using up two D cell batteries for less heat that only lasts about 40 minutes.

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  2. F. Akel III Reply
    58 of 60 people found the following review helpful:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t bother . . ., March 6, 2007
    F. Akel III

    When I purchased a pair of these gloves a couple of years ago, I had high hopes. My hands become cold easily, and I was looking forward to wearing gloves that would actively help in warming them.

    I will admit that these gloves are respectable as normal, unheated gloves. They are fairly well insulated and provide a moderate degree of dexterity.

    However, the heating element is ineffective. Inserting batteries into the gloves provided little (if any) increase in warmth. My fingers remained cold.

    In addition, I have recently discovered that the thin wire connecting the heating element to the battery in one of the gloves has become disconnected. These gloves have not been subjected to any harsh abuse, so it is disappointing to find that the wire had been disconnected so easily.

    If you are looking for a pair of heated gloves that will actually make a difference and keep your hands (including your fingers)warm, look elsewhere.

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  3. Joseph F. Mundy "DrkAnjl" Reply
    33 of 34 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    WARM gloves-BULKY Battery, January 31, 2007
    Joseph F. Mundy “DrkAnjl” (Los Angeles, CA) –

    Gloves are toasty…perform as expected, and are a sweet luxury after a long, cold day on the slopes; HOWEVER, the D-SIZED batteries (1 per glove) are considerably more bulky than what I expected. Most reasonable people would anticipate having to use 3 or 4 AA batteries…but no, just one, bit fat chicken-roastin’ D-sized battery. Good product, but consider whether wearing the big ol’ D’s around your wrist all day will get on your nerves, or whether you’ll barely notice, being bundled-up and bulkified anyway. May also interfere with cinching up your jacket sleeves when it’s really nippy out.

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