Video: HotRox Rechargeable Electronic Handwarmer with USB Charger
Monday, 17 December 2012 | Naomi
Video - HotRox Rechargeable Electronic Handwarmer with USB Charger
In this video, Paul looks at the HotRox Rechargeable Electronic Handwarmer with USB Charger. Click here to view our HotRox Handwarmer range.
“Hello there! My name’s Paul and I’m from Health and Care. Today I’m going to be talking about the HotRox Rechargebale Electronic Handwarmer. This is a great little item. It fits in the palm of your hand and it will keep your hands warm and toasty for up to 6 hours.
The HotRox is supplied with a USB charging cable. Simply plug this into your computer or laptop and plug the other end into the HotRox. You can charge up your handwarmer at work, in the office, wherever you’ve got a computer. It’s a great little item, it’s got two heat settings. The first heat setting is the medium heat setting. This is 40 degrees celcius which is pretty warm, that’s on the middle setting just there on the HotRox. The highest heat setting is 46 degrees celcius and you choose that by switching it up to the top setting there. 40 degrees celcius is really quite warm. It only takes about 15 seconds to reach these heats. In fact in my hand right now it’s starting to get toasty.
At the top heat setting it will for about 3 hours, not quite as long as the medium heat setting which will last for up to 6 hours. You know which setting it’s on because the top heat setting has got a red flashing light. The middle heat setting has got a green flashing light. If the battery starts to run low or get depleted, a solid read light will appear and it really is very warm in my palm right now.
It’s a great item because it’s got a 12 month warranty and it’s also CE approved. It’s the perfect companion whether you are going on long walks in the cold, in the rain in one of the British summers perhaps, this is going to be the perfect companion for you.
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