Good, warm gloves. Maybe a little slippery on the grip surface.
the product exceeded expectations. after just a few uses, just the help I needed for winter cycling inside other riding gloves.
Very warm and frosty under other gloves. The battery will discharge itself if left attached to the gloves. Fast delivery and switching to smaller ones worked quickly.
So nice to be able to keep your hands warm, either with bare gloves or with mittens or work gloves on the outside, depending on the weather, wind and occasion. A little clumsy in the cuff but it's worth it. Works great!
I am an elderly woman, I enjoy outdoor activities, skiing is my favorite sport. My hands freeze in the cold and I haven’t found any warm enough gloves to ski with. Now I’ve been wearing these thermal gloves under thin leather gloves and my hands have stayed warm in 10-15 degree frosts, that’s great! However, I am not entirely happy, as the fingers do not fit well in my hands. The size is S 8, the width of the palm is appropriate, but the thumbs measure almost half too much and the forefinger and middle finger are also too long. They can't do very weird things. I think the cuff is too thick and and especially the batteries placed inside the wrist start to press a little at the base of the thumb when skiing. - I was also surprised when the gloves turned out to be made in China, even though Varustenet's product information clearly shows Germany. This was disappointing, as I will try my best to avoid sourcing Chinese products!
It seems to work just moderately. Quite thin so if it is really cold then you have to wear double gloves and heated under gloves
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The gloves are now used a few times and they meet expectations. Warm and comfortable.
The fingers in the passport always had ice, but these eliminated that problem. So thin that even shooting is successful. If the frost is really brisk, then gloves will still be needed on top of these.
Two about 55 min dives in + 2 degree water and the heat has been good enough at full power.
Enluva wool glove was the main glove.
Works in motocross chores 👌
Three different settings ensure even heat. You should take a small size to get the actual gloves on. They, in turn, take into account a sufficiently loose part of the wrist, as the batteries widen the wrist part of the thermal gloves. These are not designed for wind or work - the material is soft and airy.
Works great! Good stuff!
I am very pleased to gloves, hands remain very warm. In windy weather, of course, a glove, such as a glove that protects against wind, is needed. The only negative thing is the long charging time of the batteries.
Good when they are light. The back of the palm could be thicker when worn without a head glove
I had long suffered from "white" fingers. With Nevercold Ontario thermal gloves, it is now a pleasure to be outdoors even in cold weather. I'm really pleased.
Battery life varies, usually requires cover gloves in all uses, otherwise good.
Good gloves underneath, thin fabric lets wind through but pad or work glove on. Fair size and temperature control in a good place. The batteries on the wrist are a bit lumpy but don’t bother much. Maybe extra batteries should be.
Works well with battery life roughly promised.
The heating works well and evenly on all fingers. The back of the palm is made of a thin, wind-permeable material, so it is practically necessary to put other gloves on top of these. The size is pretty loose, and the heating works better when the gloves are tight, so you might want to choose a little too small rather than too big a size.
When cycling, your hands stay warm
Unfortunately, the battery is really stupid design because easily broken