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Proheat Reusable Hand Warmer

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Product Description

When you are hunting and you need instant heat, use the Proheat Reusable Hand Warmer. Wherever you go, whatever you do, the Heat Solution patented technology provides safe, moist heat on command.

The Heat Solution pack will conform to any area of the body where you need warmth and relief. Provides soothing heat up to 130°F in just 5 seconds and lasts for up to 45 minutes. Portability makes the this the excellent choice for instant heat at home or on the go. The Heat Solution was designed with the active person in mind. It's ideal for providing therapeutic heat to treat sports injuries, sore muscles or sinus aches.

TO USE Just flex the button to instantly heat THE HEAT SOLUTION pad. The liquid will change to soft thermo crystals that radiate heat at 130 degrees F. TO RECHARGE - After each use, simply boil the pad to return the crystals to their liquid charged state. Now you can take your pad anywhere and with the push of the button it will provide heat again... and again...and again.

Not recommended for the Microwave.

Proheat Reusable Hand Warmer Features

  • Instant: Flex the disk and feel the heat. Produces up to 130 degrees F of heat in just 5 seconds
  • Portable for those times on the go
  • Reusable, simply boil the pad to return crystals to liquid charged state
  • Great for camping, hunting, skiing, working outdoors, survival, hiking or just to keep in your glove box for an emergency
  • Dimensions: 3 x 4 inches
  • Weight: 4 ounces

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"Mack's is one of the only places I'll spend my money for clothes or hunting equipment. Good people good prices! Thanks Mack's Prairie Wings." Feb 2015