Guardsman Handwarmer with 12 Fuel Rods Reviews
Product Type: Guardsman gadgets
Description:Brand: Guardsman / Type: Handwarmers
Newest Review: ... need matches to light the charcoal rods and these sit within the small metal case which has a thermal lining to it. It comes ... more
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Customer Guardsman Handwarmer with 12 Fuel Rods Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/10/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I was given this Guardsman Handwarmer kit as a secret santa present at work which was a nice touch as at least the mystery person who bought it gave some thought to the present and knew that I would use it. The gift limit was £10 so that gives some idea of the cost of this product however having not purchased it I'm not sure of the exact price. You do need matches to light the charcoal rods and these sit within the small metal case which has a thermal lining to it. It comes with 12 charcoal rods and you can purchase top ups when these have run out however I still have a couple left as I have used this product only on days when it was very cold and I was out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
As a seasoned hiker, one of the main issues I get in winter is when my hands get cold, it's hard to warm them up again, especially if I'm camping. I got these after trying various other products, including breakable warming sticks, good but run out, microwaveable pouches, no microwave in tent, and electrically heated gloves, too warm. I wasn't holding out much hope that these would be better. The product comes in a small case, which you open to light the characol rod (using a match), then shut and put in your pocket, so not really a handwarmer in the true sense of the world. It also comes with a velvet pounch whos use is unclear and is not suitable for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/11 (Very useful, 124 readings)
"Every mile is two in winter." *********************** I hate being cold. Once upon a time I was used to it, but since living in warmer climbs, I find my immunity against it has lessened and when the winter weather comes, the chill gets into my bones and leaves me benumbed and shivering. I sound like a right geriatric, which I'm not; what I am is a complete wimp when it comes to frosty conditions... Anyhoo, I find this lovely gadget warms the cockles of my heart as well as my frozen fingers and keeps me warm and toasty. "Here's to the pilot that weathers the ... Read the complete review
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