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Santi Heated Gloves 2.0

Santi Heated Gloves 2.0

Santi Heated Gloves 2.0

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Incl. VAT 24 %


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Location Store (Helsinki): Scuba diving, 25, warehouse

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The Santi heated gloves are designed as a part of the complex heating system consisting of the gloves, thermo valve/connector and an external battery canister. This configuration allows a diver to wear the gloves under the dry gloves and use them in line with a heating vest or heated undersuit, without an additional valve/bulkhead, or dangers associated with internal batteries. The heated gloves can also be used as a stand alone system using cables provided.

  • 36 W (pair)
  • Run time: 10 Ah / about 3 hours and 20 minutes of heating, 20 Ah / about 6 hours and 40 minutes of heating
  • Maximum heating temperature 45 °C
  • Made of breathable fabric
  • Keeps you warm even when the heating is off
  • Evenly distributed heating wiring that allows for freedom of movements in palms
  • Easy connection to Santi heated vest and undersuit
  • CE certified

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 390 x 200 x 90 mm.

0,3 kg(Includes the weight of the sales package if present)

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Anonymous verified buyer, 8.2.2024
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Just perfect for me! These are my back up gloves
Anonymous verified buyer, 28.1.2024
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Santi's heated gloves are a must for winter diving, if you plan to manage without gloves in almost 0-degree water. However, there are problems, in order of importance: 1) The cord entering the glove is easily damaged. If the cord is still inside the thermal suit, then it will be sent to Poland to Santi's (warranty) service. This usually takes 1-2 months. 2) Connecting the glove cord to the glove is not easy with one hand, because often that connector is quite tight. It would be much easier to connect the glove to the cord if the cord was a little longer. In this case, you could connect the cord with two hands and only after connecting put the glove on your hand. The difficulty of fastening may cause that failure. If that wiring was a little better, it would get five stars.
Benjamin S. verified buyer, 23.1.2023
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Used dozens of times and works.
Richard M. verified buyer, 9.1.2023
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The gloves make long cold water dives much more tolerable. However, my right glove stopped heating after about 75 dives and just after the one year warranty expired. I ordered a second pair and hope that the gloves last longer this time.
Anonymous verified buyer, 14.12.2022
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A must against cold hands!
Tyler N. verified buyer, 28.9.2022
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So far so good, fits nice, cabling is solid. Just enough heat and insulation should the heat not be working.
Anonymous verified buyer, 19.2.2022
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Warn in the winter conditions
Patrick S. verified buyer, 30.12.2021
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Cold diving in Canada means cold hands. Heated gloves are a game changer!!!
James G. verified buyer, 24.11.2021
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Love these gloves! I can’t wait to pair them up with the vest which is on its way. They are even quite warm without power, and I dive in sub 40F/4.4C. I have heard that the Santi heated system can “fall apart” after years of use, so I’m just going to take really good care of them and it should be all good!
Rupert S. verified buyer, 15.10.2021
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Working fine.
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