Hot Hands Hand Warmers 10 Count Value Pack

195 reviews - By: Hot Hands

Hot Hands Hand Warmers 10 Count Value Pack
MSRP : $7.99

Sale : $7.71
Sold & shipped by Walmart
Keep your hands warm and toasty while you're working or playing outdoors with this Hot Hands Value Pack, 10-Pack. The value pack includes 10 pairs of hand warmers that can provide over 200 hours of safe, natural heat. These Hot Hands Hand Warmers come ready to use, are air activated and can be slipped into a glove or pocket to give you instant comforting heat. They work well for construction workers, police officers, athletes and campers and are an ideal warming solution for sporting events, hunting, snow shoveling and just about any cold-weather activity.


Hot Hands Hand Warmers 10-Count Value Pack:

  • 10-count value pack of 1-pair packages
  • Hand warmers provide up to 10 hours of long-lasting heat
  • Air-activated and ready to use
  • Safe and natural heat
  • Keep in gloves or pockets
  • Ideal for winter sports, outdoor workers and tailgating

Theresa

HotHands are the way to go

These little things are really useful. They don't have a consistent heat temp if you're holding onto them all the time but there's a good amount of warmth. Now if you leave them sitting for a good 1-2 minutes they get so hot I feel like they could burn my hands. Walmart sells them the cheapest compares to HomeDepot/Amazon/Lowes. If you live in cold places these are super useful. If you live in warm places they could still help warm your hands, feet, and cramps! Sometimes too.

danthemandb

Very small, very warm, last four good hours.

These are fine for putting one in a child's coat pocket. But they were a lot smaller than the hand warmers that we had bought in previous years. Plan to use three or four per pocket. We used them a few mornings ago and found that just a couple were not enough to keep your hands warm in 30 degree cold. The good, about the size, is one packet was nearly unnoticeable, to my daughter, in her boot. She complained after a couple of hours that her feet were getting really cold, so plan on using two for that also. A tip that I have found, is to place hand warmers in a sandwich bag before putting into my daughter's boot. This keeps the iron oxide from getting everywhere when it busts open while they are walking. The good is that these lasted the full four hours of our morning hunt.

lectrcman

Hot Stuff

Inexpensive and disposable. While I am not a fan of many disposable items, this is the exception. My wife has a condition which makes her hands cold all the time. She wears gloves year round and still requires some added help to keep them warm. We have tried numerous reusable pads/ packets and they just don't seem to last for more than 30 minutes. Then you have to reactivate them. The HotHands are good for 10 hours plus, just as advertised. We are not spending half the day re-activating reusable plastic/vinyl things that take more time and energy to activate than time spent actually warming. We go through a 10 pack of HotHands in about a week. Walmart makes this very affordable for us. I recommend these and I don't typically recommend anything.

AliceZsReview

Toasty warm for hours

These get quite hot--for me, too hot to put in a glove, but fine for keeping in your pockets and holding it once in a while. The packets are self contained, small, lightweight, and require no batteries or power. They take about 30 minutes after initially shaking to heat up. (Be sure to keep the wrapper sealed until you use them. ) They produce a surprising amount of heat for at least 8 hours, and I've come back and given them a shake after 14 or so and gotten 30 more minutes of heat out of them. The contents are safe for the environment, so you can just toss them when they cool. These are great for winter sports, hiking & camping, figure skating, working outside, and for emergency heat. Consider keeping some in the car or storm shelter in case you get stranded. I believe these are a super value for a whole day of warming.

Carolyn2222

New Use for Hand Warmers

We have an odd use for these handwarmers. My husband has postherpetic neuralgia, the left-over nerve pain from shingles, on his forehead. Heat helps relieve the intense pain when the neuralgia kicks in. The little pads are great to keep in the car, for example, with a small scissors to open the packet, so he can apply the heat when necessary. Since the pad can reheat during the day, it's been very helpful. Great for handwarmers too.