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    PIP Boss Therm Heated Glove Liner 399-HG20 (pair)

    PIP 399-HG20 BOSS Therm Heated Glove Liner

    Product Code: PIP-399-HG20
    Usually Ships in 24 to 72 Hours
    Stock Status: In Stock!

    PIP 399-HG20 BOSS Therm Heated Glove Liner Pair

    PIP Boss Therm Heated Glove Liner is a one size fits all heated glove liner helps keeps workers hands warm without sacrificing dexterity. Made to be worn under any glove, the Boss Therm heated glove liner is constructed from a 4-way stretch material that conforms to the hand and the heating element located on the back of hand warms the blood as it circulates through the hand. With three separate settings easily select your preferred temperature range, LOW HEAT(Green) - 90° F, MEDIUM HEAT(Blue) - 110° F, HIGH HEAT(Red) - 125° F.
    • Patent pending designSoft 4-way stretch material conforms to hand without sacrificing dexterity
    • Enhance the warmth of any gloveHeating elements warms the blood as it circulates over the back of the hand
    • Extended cuff eliminates draft or snow from entering the glove
    • Low, Medium, High temperature ranges
    • Includes Two USB rechargeable Li-ION Poly batteries that provide up to 2.5 hours of heat on the low setting
    • Machine washable; Heating elements are designed to endure 50+ washing cycles
    • Battery charge time: 2-2.5 hours
    • Replacement Batteries: 399-GLVBT
    ITEM NUMBER: 399-HG20
    ACTIVATION TIME: 60-90 Seconds
    WARMING TIME: Up to 2.5 Hours
    BATTERY SIZE USB RechargeableLi-ION Batteries OS

    CARE INSTRUCTIONSBefore washing. Disconnect and remove battery pack and batteryholder from battery holder pocket. Push the power cord completelyinto the battery holder pocket and fasten closed.Follow Care instructions on tags. Machine wash, Gentle Cycle inwarm water. Tumble Dry low heat.Do not bleach.Do not iron.Do not wring or twist.Do not dry clean. Do not use dry-cleaning fluid on this heated gloveliner. Cleaning solvents may have a deteriorating effect on theinsulation of the heating element.