Amazon is selling electric heated socks that are perfect for the chilly days we have ahead.
Amazon has thousands of heating clothing items in stock, and one that pretty much everyone will need when it begins to get colder is Amazon’s ‘Electric Heated Socks Battery Warm Socks For Chronically Cold Feet’ that are unisex, meaning they are perfect for everyone.
Specifically designed for people with chronically cold feet, the heated socks are a must-have clothing accessory for winter. The socks were designed to help people with Raynaud’s syndrome, chronic circulation issues, simultaneously improve blood circulation and reducing soreness.
The socks are ideal for heading out in the cold or a sporting event such as hiking or skiing as they keep you warm, without making you drip in sweat.
Made from a fleece material the socks are also cosy. The socks absorb perspiration, whilst remaining breathable through the socks ultra-thin carbon heating elements. As the socks are soft padded, the recessed heating elements help improve the focus on your toes, to keep your feet snuggly and warm.
The product has fantastic reviews on the Amazon website, including one from a Lee Moss: “The socks themselves appear to be of good quality. As a cyclist who also enjoys watching rugby these really solve the problem of freezing cold feet in the winter. Now my troubles are gone. Thank you.”
Sharone Vinushka Suthaharan added: “Works good. They heat up very quickly and feel nice on the feet! It’s powered by 3 AA battery, no extra wire, free to walk. Good for foot circulation.”
Being battery powered, the instructions encourage that you handwash the socks – of course, you need to remove the batteries first. If you do want to machine wash the socks, it is advised that you use a sack bag to wash them.
To get your heated socks working to the max, you will obviously need to have batteries. Make sure to stock up on six 15AA batteries, each dry cell box has three batteries.
For £23.99, these heated socks will make a great gift for that mate who is always cold.
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