- Brand: OCOOPA
- Color: Classic Black
- Material: Aluminum,Material,Abs
- Power Source: Battery Powered
- Recommended Uses For Product: Camping, Outdoor sports
- Great Gifts Idea, birthday, anniversary, promotion celebration for your family members and lovers.
- EXQUISITE COMFORT – Made of high-tech aircraft-grade aluminum and ABS material, thousands of polished exterior material, smooth and warm, portable and compact as well anti-skid in one hand.
- FAST HEATING & 3 LEVELS – Press the switch and instantly release the warmth for you. Rapidly warm up double sides in seconds. 3 levels of temperatures 95-107°F/104-118°F/118-131°F at your choice.
- LARGE BATTERY CAPACITY – 5200 mAh lithium rechargeable battery with USB-C charging port ensures a long using time. It can also be used as a power bank to charge your electronic device at any time.
- PERFECT GIFT – It’s a MUST HAVE to spend a cold winter, especially for raynauds arthritis sufferers for heat therapy needs.
I am using mine for a small space heater. I purchased two used dining room chairs in September and it turns out they were infested with bedbugs. These things are awful and they can hide in anything, don’t get them in your house. I have been treating everything that can’t be frozen or steamed (i.e. mostly electronics) with Nuvan Prostrips. But organophosphate is highly toxic and I don’t want it in my house, even following the directions. The smaller items are double bagged in a plastic tote in the garage for treatment. I am treating the larger items that I can’t easily haul outside if something goes wrong in the shed. I have double bagged them in heavy duty furniture bags with a prostrip. I put the hand warmer on a block of wood next to the bag, but not touching it and cover the whole mess with tarps and blankets to keep the heat in. I don’t have to worry about the shed catching on fire or the bags melting, even if something shifts in there, so I won’t have a fire that poisons the neighbors. This is not what this product was designed for, but it is working. I think it would be good for an insulated outdoor cat or dog shelter in a pinch, as long as you keep the handwarmer dry. Especially since the government has decided that lightbulbs which give off heat should be illegal.
Chris P. –
When I saw these online I was skeptical. I really didn’t think it would heat up very much but boy how wrong I was. I absolutely love these handwarmers. They charge very quickly they last a long time. It’s very comfortable how it sits in your hand. It has three different settings which makes it nice. I live in the upper Midwest where winters can be quite harsh and I don’t go out of my house without one of these in my pocket. There are days where it’s 20 or 30 below zero and there isn’t gloves out there that can always keep your hands warm, so it’s nice to have this in your pocket. I liked it so much I bought two.
Amber Anderson –
I LOVE this handwarmer!!! Living in a very cold and icy climate, I have to go scrape my car windows every morning and heat up the car before taking my kid to school. So I’m usually sitting in there freezing my butt off and hands stinging from the cold, holding my coffee mug for dear life but it just isn’t hot enough to warm my hands lol. But this handwarmer heats up SO FAST. Even on the lowest setting, it almost gets hot. Within a few minutes my hands are perfectly toasty. The charge really lasts a long time, too. I will be buying another one for cold weather hikes so I can keel both hands warm in my pockets.These are definitely worth it.
Darek G. –
Friend showed me his and I liked them immediately.Got them and was ready to charge them for hunting. 5 hours later, nothing. Was using a Samsung Power Supply with USB-C port I used for my S20+ and these are not compatible. Good news is I installed some USB power point plugs in my home. Tried them and see they are charging.Good thing my truck has multiple USB and USB-C power ports, else I would have to buy special adapters for these. And that concerns me that I may not be able to use them as a power supply for my phone. Time will tell. As for use, I am concerned about using outdoor hunting as we get wet snow and moisture could get to them while using them. On the edge of returning them for that reason before I test it and end up with them are useless paperweights.These two things are why I went with 4 star, and if I keep them and they become useless after a little accidental moisture hunting; I will be reducing it to 2 star. Seriously! Why make things non-waterproof these days and for something like this? At least IPX-4.
PAUL NIEMEYER –
I hunt geese a lot in very cold weather and my hands get really cold, my skin on my hands crack and get really sore. I have tried the gas and the stick hand warmers and both of them are messy and hard to light. I tried another brand of a rechargeable one and it wasn’t very warm and didn’t last very long on a charge.I just got this OCOOPA about a week ago and have used it about 5 times. It is much better than any other hand warmer that I have tried. It stays warmer longer and is easy to charger. It is a little larger than the other chargeable one I have and I like that better, One morning I had the charger that I already had in one pocket and the OCOOPA in the other pocket and they were both fully charged. It was a cold morning and the other hand warmer never was as warm and pretty soon it quit all together. Long after the other one was done the OCOOPA was still going. I ordered 5 more for Christmas gift for my family and goose hunting buddies.
todd damiano –
I’m an outdoor photographer so I am often out before the sun rises and temperatures are very cold. I can wear very thin gloves, anything heavier interferes with all the tiny buttons and wheels used to make adjustments on the camera. Discovering these handwarmers was a game changer, and I’ve come to rely on these through the winter months. Without them my fingers are numb very quickly, making it impossible to do the job. Without these handwarmers, photographing in cold weather is virtually impossible for me.
Selbor Drahcir –
Bought these for the family because we were going to the state football game in Canton, OH. The wind was whipping and it was fluffin’ COLD. I wish I had a pair for each family member to put in their pockets. At one point, I put it in the inside of my insulated coat and I was really comfortable. On the way back to the hotel, my phone was running out of battery and I was able to connect this device to my phone.
I bought these to use for when me and my fiancé go ride our rzr during the winter. I just stick each one in a jacket pocket and turn them on the lowest setting. The lowest setting is plenty to keep your hands warm for a very long time. I had them on for 4 hours straight. I would bump up to a higher setting here and there but immediately go back to the lowest one because they get hot. This is a must have if you are as cold natured as I am, and have poor blood circulation!