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Grabber Handwarmer

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athousandmonkeys
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"Really handy" 11/1/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  Cheap and useful,
  • Cons:  Don't expect too much heat,

Experience:   With all the money we spend on outerwear to keep us warm, it should be a no-brainer to spend the extra couple of bucks to always have some of these handy. Don't expect instant strong heat - what these provide is constant gentle warming, which is much more beneficial. They're compact enough to always have tucked away in a pocket somewhere.
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"Keeps Your Hands Warm But WARNING!" 4/16/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  price,

Experience:   These hotpacks really don't get too hot. It does keep you warm enough but it isn't really that great. I did have an issue with the product when I kept squeezing the hotpacks and eventually the outside material ripped. Some of the black coal stuff were all over my inner jacket pockets and left me with small holes. (It burned through)
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"It's nice and toasty" 3/28/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  It's small, It stays warm, It heats up fast

Experience:   I never go up without these for my parents because it's hard to keep their fingers and toes warm but with these they can lounge around without having to worry about keeping warm. They're small and convenient.
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"warm not hot" 3/17/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  they don't get so hot your hands sweat,
  • Cons:  none,

Experience:   I usually use these on cooler days, they keep my hands at the perfect temperature, such a good idea, worth the couple bucks each
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"Comforting" 3/14/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  Keep hands/feet warm, Last all day,

Experience:   These aren't meant for you to quickly warm your hands like if you were to put them under hot running water. They are really meant to just keep your hands/feet warm throughout the day (not hot - warm). I used these when I do field research in Canada. They are nice to slip in with a glove to keep my hands warm. When I ride, I usually don't need them unless it is a really cold day, then I just shove them in my gloves when I am on the lift. I have friends who put these in their boots to keep their feet warm, but I would have issues with that extra stuff on my feet when I ride. They are nice to stick in the gloves/boots during lunch (as someone already mentioned). For less than a dollar each, the little extra comfort they provide on a cold day is nice.
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"Nice to have on hand" 4/18/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  warm, last all day,

Experience:   These are good to keep in the boot bag for those super-cold days. Especially nice if your mitts have a pocket for them.
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"Okay.. not hot at all." 4/16/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  cheap,
  • Cons:  not piping hot,

Experience:   This are warm to luke warm at best. Not piping hot like i was hoping for. I put these inside my gloves sometimes to keep my hands for freezing over. They do a semi decent job at that. Overall they will not keep u alive if you are out in the wilderness and looking for something warm. This is no substitute for sitting next to a warm fire. haha, at best it is like holding 95 degree farenheit water in a tea cup in your hands.
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"Hand warmers" 4/16/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  Keeps hands warm,
  • Cons:  Never last as long as they say,

Experience:   I like to keep some of these in my pocket on cold days, just in case I need them. They keep my hands warm, although they never seem to last as long as they claim on the package.
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"Toasty" 4/7/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  Warm, Comfortable, Small

Experience:   These hand warmers do exactly what they should. I put them in at the beginning of the day when I know my hands will get cold, and they keep my gloves and hands comfortably heated all day. I've never seen hand warmers that can quickly warm up cold or wet hands, so I use these in anticipation of colder days on the mountain. Also, they aren't so large or thick that they feel awkward in my gloves.
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"Warm me up baby" 4/7/2010
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  • Name: Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  Warm, They stay Warm, not too bulky

Experience:   Purchased these babies from my local (spewing i didnt get them from here as they are a 1/4 of the price) and love them for those super chilly. I personally just use them on lifts when its super cold to keep the blood flowing and they work wonders.

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