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Pick up the Grabber Hand Warmer 10 Pack and stash these toasty little babies every one of your backpacks. Whether they’re inside your gloves on a ski tour or in your chalkbag on a late-season rock climb, these little heat packs are sure to add some much needed warmth to your day outdoors. This pack includes ten pairs and each warmer lasts seven hours or more.

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5 5

Grabber hand warmers

Wife and daughter cannot live without. Buy these in bulk or you will pay crazy amounts on the slopes. Great to have in your pack. Think ahead be prepared.

4 5


These kept my hands nice and warm just like they say they would while in the field...though I tried using them by shoving a bunch in my sleeping bag on a really cold night and that didn't work to well.

3 5

Grabber Hand Warmers

These Hand warmers are the best. They heat up quickly and hold the heat all day on the slopes.

5 5

Life savers.

these are the greatest things ever. my kids always whine and complain that they have frostbite. Never again after I bought them. They say it lasts for 7+hours. that is a lie they last 13+hours.

1 5

Half didn't work....

My girlfriend likes handwarmers while she skis. (she usually keeps them in her back pocket to keep her bum warm on the lifts) I'm not sure if I got a bad package or what, but the first two never got warm at all. The next set took 3-4 hours to even get a little warm. One set seemed to work well, but 1 out of 3 is pretty crappy odds.

5 5


Glad I brought these with me to Aspen over Christmas week. The temps were very cold and these hand warmers were a life saver. A tip a friend told me was not to throw them out after skiing if I planned on going out at night. Transfer them to your regular gloves as the hand warmers were still warm in the early evenings! Great tip!