30-Prs. Grabber Hand Warmers

Item # WX2-112811

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30-Prs. of safe, non-toxic Grabber Hand Warmers. Keep fingers toasty for over 7 hours!

Air-activated Hand Warmers. Just open the outer package to expose the packet to air, then place in your glove or pocket and feel the heating process begin! Warmth for 7 hours! Great heat therapy, too, for folks with sore hands and fingers due to arthritis, lupus, poor circulation and other health issues.

  • Disposable, all-natural, non-combustible
  • Made of non-toxic, environmentally friendly and odorless iron, water, cellulose, vermiculite, activated carbon and salt
  • When used as directed, maximum temperature is 156°F (69°C). Average temperature is 135°F
  • For use on hands only. 
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  1. 5 stars
    Very disappointed,Out of the first three i used only one worked as it should.One heated to around 80 degree's,the other one maybe 50 degree's.The 80 and 50 degree were half compacted material instead of loose.Don't think I'll buy hand warmers from sportsman's again.Great shopping experience but poor quality on this order
  2. Good products
  3. 5 stars
    This is the only reliable brand I've found. Keep a couple in the glove box for winter emergencies.
  4. 5 stars
    Ordered a 30 pack that arrived in three 10 pair packages.
  5. 5 stars
    Good buy,work well
  6. 4 stars
    Looking forward to using them in my winter hunt and fishing trips!
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