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I need one of these

I drive and operate a conveyor truck and in this kind of weather, this would be sweet!
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Hang on a second, I have to plug my cost in to charge

Seriously though, that's a pretty damn good idea for people that work in the elements. They already have heated socks and whatnot . How much is it?


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Hang on a second, I have to plug my cost in to charge

Seriously though, that's a pretty damn good idea for people that work in the elements. They already have heated socks and whatnot . How much is it?
$120, Very reasonable IMO

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That's about what a nice Carhart costs! I'm impressed


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It's funny you posted this. I was just watching this on the news. Personally I think I'd rather have my carhart.

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It's funny you posted this. I was just watching this on the news. Personally I think I'd rather have my carhart.
That's how I found it. Just went to the website after I seen it on the news and checked it out.

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I spend a lot of time riding a street bike in all weather. I got a 12 volt vest that is worth its weight in gold!, This sounds sweet as I owe a couple of their 12 volt tools. For you DIY types, its easy to make heated clothes that plug in to your truck or car, and pretty cheap too.Made a vest for the gf for about 30 bucks.Riding a bike, sitting on a tractor,or a backhoe, these are slick. The battery ones like this would be nice on a deer stand or sitting around elk camp.
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It's funny you posted this. I was just watching this on the news. Personally I think I'd rather have my carhart.
But you live in a place where 10* is bitter cold. We live in places where -20* is bitter cold


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But you live in a place where 10* is bitter cold. We live in places where -20* is bitter cold
Brother I've lived all over, to include Golden Colorado where I recruited young hard charging adults for the Marine Corps. I've trained all over, to include Korea in the winter. No one and I mean no one knows cold until you've been there, trust me. Not saying I wouldn't like the jacket, but what happens when the batteries run out? Will it keep you warmer than say a good carhart? Technology is nice, but it want replace a good well put together jacket.

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