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Man, they couldn't use a USB port instead of a barrel connector for the battery pack? Would be simple to switch out to another pack if one dies out.
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Man, they couldn't use a USB port instead of a barrel connector for the battery pack? Would be simple to switch out to another pack if one dies out.
Yes, I agree. I was searching for an adaptor, but no luck. Wasn't quite sure what kind of adapter to search for. You can buy an extra battery for $40 , or spend a couple more dollars and get a second jacket with a battery. Running on high, this battery will last about 4 hours. Nice quality, but that battery connection really sucks!
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Yes, I agree. I was searching for an adaptor, but no luck. Wasn't quite sure what kind of adapter to search for. You can buy an extra battery for $40 , or spend a couple more dollars and get a second jacket with a battery. Running on high, this battery will last about 4 hours. Nice quality, but that battery connection really sucks!
Yeah, I'd just pay more for a hoodie that doesn't use that barrel connector since I have a ton of USB battery packs already.
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Having just gotten my first heated vest, I would stick with the brands that use standard USB battery packs for power. We already had a few around the house, so it is easy to always have a couple charged for a quick swap. Also, not sure how much hotter the 7.4v will get over 5v, but I use mine on low most of the time. Even at 5v, these can generate some crazy heat.

Having to buy special battery packs just for one piece of clothing seems a bit crazy....


Update: The Akaso vest I bought is back on sale, around $42 after coupon. I have been using it for 2 weeks and its more than met my expectations.

https://www.amazon.com/AKASO-Noma...ast_sto_dp
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I have the "ZD961" jacket version [amazon.com] - bought it earlier this month on a $50 sale at Amazon. I'm pleasantly surprised by the quality. Like others have said, the battery takes the barrel, non-universal plug but you can't argue at this price point. I would love to find out if a compatible plug converter exists, like the one posted by wewe03 earlier in the thread.
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i found this converter. not sure if this will work
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2Pcs-USB...%3A2334524
Edit: I bit and pulled the trigger on this Hoodie. Nice find, OP!
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I got the vest a few days ago and the vest uses the same battery pack.
I used it for three days now and my observations are:
1. it takes a long time to charge the pack using USB-c. I am unsure if a typical USB-c cable and power adapter works
2. There are three modes, high (pretty hot), medium (pretty warm), and low (warm)

It looks like using the medium, I can go about 6-7 hours. If I add some other clothes, it's even warmer.

Overall, I like it. I used it in my basement, where I spent most of my time (63 degrees) and my daughter uses it in the morning.

I was looking for an additional battery and the additional battery cost something like 45 dollars, so this deal is good for me.
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I got the vest a few days ago and the vest uses the same battery pack.
I used it for three days now and my observations are:
1. it takes a long time to charge the pack using USB-c. I am unsure if a typical USB-c cable and power adapter works
2. There are three modes, high (pretty hot), medium (pretty warm), and low (warm)

It looks like using the medium, I can go about 6-7 hours. If I add some other clothes, it's even warmer.

Overall, I like it. I used it in my basement, where I spent most of my time (63 degrees) and my daughter uses it in the morning.

I was looking for an additional battery and the additional battery cost something like 45 dollars, so this deal is good for me.
I'm cold when it's 73 lol
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Yes, I agree. I was searching for an adaptor, but no luck. Wasn't quite sure what kind of adapter to search for. You can buy an extra battery for $40 , or spend a couple more dollars and get a second jacket with a battery. Running on high, this battery will last about 4 hours. Nice quality, but that battery connection really sucks!
USB puts out only 5 volts, this is listed at 7.4 or exactly the nominal voltage of two Li-ion cells in series. While your battery banks no doubt have a high enough voltage INSIDE the pack (that is then reduced with a buck converter to drop to a useable 5v) there would be no way to access this higher voltage without disassembling your pack.
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I got a LIFEBEE branded vest from Amazon with code discount like this one but without the battery pack (could use my li-ion) battery pack (1/2 the price). Would recommend that one; you can have multiple batteries ready to go at a game.
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I bought this jacket a couple weeks ago. The jacket itself is pretty warm. That said, you can barely feel any heat. You have to press your palm flat on the outside of the heating elements to feel the heat. I returned my first one because I thought it wasn't heating enough. Then 2nd one I got was the same but I still kept it because it is a good looking warm jacket.
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Man, they couldn't use a USB port instead of a barrel connector for the battery pack? Would be simple to switch out to another pack if one dies out.
Someone else might have patented that idea.
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In for one great price to try out a heated hoodie. Thanks OP
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Though you can find the battery by itself for <$50, they are listed as $59 on the iurekwear website. This was a no brainier to supplement the vest my wife got for Christmas. Her only complaint for that one was that she wished she had a second battery.
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idk how $40-50 is a slickdeal, I got mine for $16 on aliexpress on singles day without a proprietary plug or battery pack rn they're on aliexpress for about $20-$30. This vest with my windbreaker on top keeps me warm when I'm running at night and has 3 modes of warmth, the warmest one is too much for me.

I could have just gotten the pads themselves for $5-10 for 3-8 pads and sew it into my jackets or something.
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