Emergency Heat for your Body
If you find yourself in cold weather without proper clothing, your greatest threat will be staying warm.
These standard warmer pads work just like hand-warmers, but they are bigger and give off more heat for longer. Hand warmers generate enough heat to warm hands, but if they get too hot, they will hurt because there is not much fat and muscle protecting the hands.
These pads generate more heat and last 24-hours, unlike hand warmers that last a few hours at best. Suggested application is to place one in each armpit, and if staying outside for an extended period, behind legs and knees.
They can mean the difference between life and death in a storm.
Keep some in your car, schoolbag, boat, etc. - wherever you might find yourself locked out in unexpected cold weather.
If Winter is dangerous where you live, get these
- Environmentally Friendly and non-toxic
- 24-hour duration
- Generates 135-166 degrees of usable warmth
- 5" x 3-3/4"
- 3 Ounces
How to Use
The pack comes sealed in a wrapper that you remove. When the contents are exposed to air, the pack warms up to 135 degrees. Put this into your coat, pants, or under your shirt, and the heat will keep you from freezing.