7 of the Best Heated Gloves to keep you warm in winter

Winter can wreak havoc on our hands. And for those people suffering from Raynaud’s Disease, it can be a painful and miserable time of year. The cold weather can affect anyone that likes to go skiing or ride motorbikes or just out walking. With all these conditions in mind, here are the top-rated heated gloves to warm the coldest of hands.

Thermic Powerglove IC1300 Men V2: £200.00

Heated Gloves

These heated gloves are in the top end of our price range but for good reason. There are individual heating elements that circulate in each finger and the gloves are powered by a tiny lithium battery that you can hardly feel, unlike some of the bulkier ones in our other gloves. They feature a special heating-retaining membrane that also repels damp and sweat and the brand have improved the functionality of the switch, making it easier to use. You can recharge the batteries in around 2-3 hours and they last for about 10 hours. Available in S, M, L, XL, XXL.

Warmawear Dual Fuel Battery Heated Performance Gloves: £17.99

Heated Gloves

A pair of unisex gloves here that include a handy pouch to store the heat packs and feature touchscreen-friendly finger spots so you can wear them and use your smart devices at the same time. They operate using batteries and/or heat packs so you can extend the life of the batteries by switching to the heat packs meaning you will never run out of warmth. The gloves are thin enough to use as liners underneath thicker ones. Available in S, M, L.

CTlite Unisex Heated Gloves: £20.99

Heated Gloves

These heated gloves are made using a breathable cotton material which is also windproof and super absorbent. They warm up using rechargeable batteries and have a lovely soft velvet lining. A real bargain. Only available in the one size.

Sealskinz Extreme Cold Weather Heated Gloves: £175.00

Heated Gloves

In you are concerned about wet weather as well as the cold you’ll need a waterproof pair of heated gloves. These are 100% waterproof and windproof as well. They use batteries that can be recharged which heats the built-in heating element in the gloves. Customers advise to buy the next size up as the gloves can come up a little on the small size and also to preheat the gloves before you wear them. They do come with three heat setttings – low, medium and high. Available in S, M, L, XL.

PROKTH Double-Sided Heated Gloves: £36.99

Heated Gloves

Some heated gloves only heat a certain area of the hand, such as the fingers, but with this pair you are guaranteed heat throughout the whole hand. The glove heats the front and back and four fingers. It combines a temperature switch that you just tap to operate (3 settings) with a water-resistant outer shell. Available in S, M, L, XL.

Svpro Winter Electric Heated Gloves: £48.99

Heated Gloves

These are great for anyone suffering from Raynaud’s Disease as they encourage blood circulation throughout the fingers and hand. There are 4 layers of material, the outer is waterproof and features touchscreen technology. You get 3 heat settings and it uses batteries which heat carbon fibres through the gloves. You get a pair of gloves, two batteries, a charger and instructions and the heat lasts around 3-4 hours. Unisex size.

Therm-ic Powerglove Ladies Heated Leather Gloves: £300.00

Heated GlovesThese are our most expensive heated gloves but for ladies that don’t want to look as if they are riding a massive motorbike, they are a godsend. Made from real leather, they use a lightweight lithium battery to power the gloves for up to 10 hours. Heat travels to all areas of the glove and there is a built-in control panel which is easy to use. You can recharge the batteries via a USB plug but you do not get the wall charger supplied with the gloves. Available in S, M, L.

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