|HEATED GLOVE LINER INSTRUCTIONS:|
|Unpack the THERMO GLOVES, along with the two Li-Ion Polymer batteries and adapter. The batteries of the THERMO GLOVES are not charged and must be fully charged for about 9 hours.|
Connect the Y-Cable to the main adapter cable and then the two adapter cables to the sockets of the batteries. Then plug in the adapter to the outlet to charge the batteries. Both batteries must always be charged at the same time!
|When using your Thermo Gloves open both zippers of the pouch and connect the cables, which are inside the pouch, to the sockets of the battery firmly. Store the battery inside of the pouch and close the zipper.
When using the gloves, open the Velcro strap, which is designed for a final adjustment and better fit of the gloves. Put on the gloves and close the Velcro strap. The heating mode is activated by pressing the black ON/OFF keypad control button located on the top of the gloves for about 3 seconds.
The LED-light on the keypad control will then light up, indicating that the gloves are in the heating mode.
|L - Green LED||34 °C with approximate heating time of 4 – 5 hours|
|M - Yellow LED||39 °C with approximate heating time of 3 – 4 hours|
|H - Red LED||44 °C with approximate heating time of up to 2 hours|
|Please note that the actual heating time always depends on the outside temperature and if the gloves are worn separately, or in conjunction with outer gloves or mittens! The temperatures were measured directly at the carbon fiber material. Additional battery-packs can be purchased separately if extended heating times are needed!
Turn OFF the gloves by pressing the ON/OFF keypad control button several seconds until the LED light turns off.
|Always unplug the batteries when the gloves are not in use and store them inside the pouch of the glove.
The high-quality 2.700mAh LI-ION Polymer Batteries (no memory effect!) can not be damaged by frequent charging and can be re-charged approximately 500 times!
|For best performance it is recommended not to fully charge the batteries if the gloves are not being used for a longer period of time! Charge for 20 minutes only and after 3 months charge the batteries again for about 20 minutes! Charge the batteries completely before using the gloves again.|
Please perform the following test in case you feel that the gloves are not heating correctly:
|DISCARDING OF THE GLOVES:
Discard THERMO GLOVES with approved collection agencies only! In order to save our environment, do NOT dispose of the gloves in your normal household trash.
Discard the batteries separately from the gloves!
|In connection with the sale of batteries or with the delivery of devices that contain batteries, we are under obligation to bring the following to your attention: As the end user, you are legally under obligation to return used batteries. You can return old batteries, which we offer or have offered in our new battery assortment, free of charge to our dispatch warehouse (dispatch address). The symbols showed on the batteries have the following meaning:
The symbol of the crossed-out dustbin means that the battery may not be discarded with the household waste.
Pb = Battery contains more than 0.004 percent by mass of Lead
Please pay attention to the above instructions.
If you want to dispose of the batteries, please separate the fabric cover from the battery.
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The Thermo Gloves have 3 different temperature levels with 34 degrees C, 39 degrees C and 44 degrees C.
This winter, do your feet a favour. Keep them warm even on the coldest winter day withThermo Soles, the world's first wire-free rechargeable heated insoles.
80 % of the women suffer from cold hands, not only in winter! Most people find this unpleasant, and in worst case, this may even lead to illnesses like Morbus Raynaud.
To prevent such symptoms and cold hands in winter, Doctors mainly recommend general measures. This includes protection against wetness and cold, and heated gloves like the Thermo Gloves.
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