Ocoopa 118s - 5,200mAh Rechargeable Hand Warmer
Stay toasty, stay comfortable
Get ready for coming cold days
Always stay in a chilly office?
Get freezed during a whole football game?
Work outside or go hunting in the cold days?
Suffer from Raynaud's, muscule pain, need heat therapy?
Convenient, Compact, Portable, OCOOPA 118s 5,200mAh rechargeable hand warmers are ready to Warm You Up.
- Exquisite ComFort - Made of high-tech aircraft-grade aluminum and ABS material, thousands of polished exterior material, smooth and warm, portable and compact as well anti-skid in one hand.
- Compact And Light - Ocoopa hand warmer 118s fits just right for your palm. You can feel it's lighter than your phone.
- Fast Heating - Press the switch and instantly release the warmth for you.
- 3-levels Temperatures Adjustable - 3 levels of temperatures 95-107°F/104-118°F/118-131°F at your choice.
- Large Battery Capacity - 5,200 mAh lithium rechargeable battery with USB-C charging port ensures a long using time.
- Mobile Power - It can also be used as a power bank to charge your electronic device at any time.
- Brand: OCOOPA
- Material: Aluminum
- Power Source: Battery Powered
- Rechargeable Battery: 5,200 mAh
- Dimension(cm): 10.4*5.3*2.9
- Weight: 132g
- Using Time: 4-6 Hours
- Input Port: USB Type C
- Output: USB C 5V2A
- Adjustable heating levels: 3
- 1*OCOOPA 118s Rechargeable Hand Warmer
- 1*USB charging cable
- 1*USB converter
- 1*Portable pouch
You May Want to Know：
FAQ1: How long does it stay on?
The hand warmer can work continuously for 4-8 hours, which varies according to the environment temperature and heating levels.
FAQ2: Why do I need rechargeable hand warmers?
Compared to chemical hand warmers, rechargeable hand warmers are Reusable, Heat adjustable. It's your power bank too.
FAQ3: Can I use it warm my hands and at the same time charge my phone?
No, please be noticed that to be safer, the heat functions are disabled when you charge a phone or recharge the hand warmer.
FAQ4: Is there a low battery warning?
Yes, you can see flashing red and blue lights when it's about to run out of battery.