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Battery Operated Gloves #6391845
12/06/18 09:57 PM
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Can any one recommend a pair of battery powered gloves? Would rather here from someone who has some and could recommend even if I had to switch out when setting traps just being able to stay out would be of help.
Arthritis makes it difficult to be out below freezing , I stay warm accept for my hands and they get painful cold. Thanks

Re: Battery Operated Gloves [Re: Thumb Catcher] #6392143
12/07/18 01:30 AM
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I had a pair and to me they we're virtually worthless on the line. The only use I got out of the ones I had was in the truck between sets.

Maybe they've improved in the last 5 Years though.


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Re: Battery Operated Gloves [Re: Thumb Catcher] #6392196
12/07/18 02:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Thumb Catcher
Can any one recommend a pair of battery powered gloves? Would rather here from someone who has some and could recommend even if I had to switch out when setting traps just being able to stay out would be of help.
Arthritis makes it difficult to be out below freezing , I stay warm accept for my hands and they get painful cold. Thanks


Have you tried mittens ? Just a pair of choppers with a wool mitten insert should help a lot. You can also drop a "hot hands' type of packet in each mitten ! Really helps !


Hey Cathryn ! Good to see you on !


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Re: Battery Operated Gloves [Re: Thumb Catcher] #6392248
12/07/18 03:10 AM
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Good to see you too white.

Been offline for a couple years or so. Its been good to catch up with friends. ....and to make a few pull out their hair and cuss their screens... grin wink


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Re: Battery Operated Gloves [Re: Thumb Catcher] #6392250
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LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Re: Battery Operated Gloves [Re: cathryn] #6392793
12/08/18 12:30 AM
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Thank You both, the reviews I saw on some of the gloves were not good so I appreciate your reply Cathryn I was hoping some one had some positive experience with them, and White I will look into those mittens . I use hand warmers hot hands, while Deer Hunting and they help but out a lot but on the line taking the gloves off and on not so good they tend to fall out or I dump'm out by accident.


cathryn it is good to see you posting.

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