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40-Pairs of HotHands Hand Warmers EXPIRED

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Woof! Woof! via Amazon has 40-Pairs of HotHands Hand Warmers on sale for $14.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders $25+. Thanks Edyy

Note, it will be in stock on December 7, 2017.
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HotHands Hand Warmer Value Pack 40 Pair - on sale now on Amazon.com for $14.99 Free Two-day Shipping for prime members

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077SBNNWN

The lowest price I found for this product is $4.12 for a 10 pk which comes to $16.48 for 40 pairs, so this is a real good price $14.99 delivered for 40 pairs.

The only downside I see is the shelf-life showing 6-10 months but it's plenty of time to last thru the winter season.

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Great for passing out to the homeless during the holiday season....
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I used one of these to keep my fake pee warm before taking a drug test. Kept the sample at the perfect temp👌🏿 Recommend to anyone needing to take a U.A.
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I never used hand warmers before. Why use this? Cant you just rub your hands or blow warm air onto them?
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I never used hand warmers before. Why use this? Cant you just rub your hands or blow warm air onto them?
These are normally for the times where you are wearing gloves but are still cold or don't want to add moisture to your hands by blowing on them leading them to potentially get all cracked in the winter. I have a lot of these just in a drawer for the times where I want to go out but not wear my big puffy jacket or if I know I'll be outside for extended periods of time and may need to warm up a bit.
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I never used hand warmers before. Why use this? Cant you just rub your hands or blow warm air onto them?
It gets really hot. Idk where you live, but here in the Midwest, it's quite nice on icy winter days - or so I imagine. I've already used probably 10 or so from Costco - and we don't have ice or snow yet. They had a similar quantity for maybe $12.99.

It's most ideal to put this in a coat pocket or front pocket of your shirt - somewhere it can insulate and heat up more.

Do you need it? No. Is it nice to use? Yeah, I'd say so. They do expire though eventually, so maybe don't keep a box in your car trunk forever
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These will be super helpful at work for my coworkers who work outside! Thanks OP!
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I used one of these to keep my fake pee warm before taking a drug test. Kept the sample at the perfect temp👌🏿 Recommend to anyone needing to take a U.A.
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I didn't know these had a shelf life? I usually buy them in bulk when they're on sale and use them over the course of a couple of years. I've never had an issue with them not getting hot.
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I never used hand warmers before. Why use this? Cant you just rub your hands or blow warm air onto them?
these are great for people who cant keep their hands warm even with rubbing them. such are people with raynaud's syndrome. also great when plowing snow off the driveway. It keeps the hands from freezing.
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You might get longer shelf life for the packets if you vacuum seal them with like a food saver. The thin plastic they come in is probably a cause for the short shelf life.
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LOL!

In all seriousness though, these are pretty amazing for anyone who is in any situation where they need to generate warmth for their hands/feet. These things work wonders.
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They're a lifesaver when you're skiing on super cold days. While your core is warm from activity, your fingers- especially if they are in gloves rather than mittens- can get frostbite in minutes. It's not practical to go inside everytime your hands get cold. Plop a packet into each glove and you're good to go. FYI, tiny hands can't handle that much heat so get the gloves that have little stash pockets on the top. LIke these: http://amzn.to/2AmTon2
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Great for passing out to the homeless during the holiday season....
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That's good for winter, but how long it last? one day?
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