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Grabber Hand Warmer Portable Heating Device Item # GPG100
$1.29

Availability: Out of Stock

Perfect for skiers, hunters, cold-weather backpackers, winter sports enthusiasts or anyone who works or plays in frigid temperatures, the Grabber Hand Warmer fits easily into gloves or pockets to provide over 7 hours of extra warmth!
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Perfect for skiers, hunters, cold-weather backpackers, winter sports enthusiasts or anyone who works or plays in frigid temperatures, the Grabber Hand Warmer fits easily into gloves or pockets to provide over 7 hours of extra warmth! Clean, odorless, dry and non-toxic, the Grabber Hand Warmer has a shelf life of up to 4 years, so you can safely store it until it is needed.

The Grabber Hand Warmer is sold in pairs.

  • Easily fits in gloves and pockets.
  • Lasts over 7 hours.
  • Four year shelf life.
  • 2" x 3.5".
  • Sold in pairs.
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4 Item(s)

Likes: My son found this very useful while doing research in Alaska. They kept his hands warm and were very convenient.

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by Sandra M. - December 2, 2012

Likes: We buy these every year for our outings in the snow.

Dislikes: Wish they would heat up quicker and warmer- but this si the best the technlogy can do so far.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 1, 2012

Likes: nothing!

Dislikes: I used a different brand I found at my local "super" store prior to purchasing these. These handwarmers were not as economical and more importantly, didn't work half as good or for half as long as the competitor's I previously purchased. Very disappointed in product. Barely got warm. Thank you very much BCE for providing return postage and refunding $. I love Back Country Edge...:-)

Reviewed by Kelly K. - January 19, 2011

Likes: Great for skiing. Keeps the hands warm for hours.

Dislikes: .

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - July 3, 2010