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Product of the Week: Heated insoles for your sea boots

'Thermacell heated insoles - no more cold feet on watch'    .

'If only my feet weren't so COLD!' Those who go sailing in cold weather love the feel of a fresh wind on the face, but how much better if you have warm feet! Long hours standing an uneventful watch can send feet temperatures plummeting. This week's product is the ThermaCELL Heated Insole foot warmer, ideal for your sailing shoes or sea boots.

These are, wireless, rechargeable, lightweight, durable and affordable - as little as five cents an hour.

No matter how much you love sailing, cold feet are not fun. ThermaCELL Heated Insoles foot warmers keep your feet comfortably warm.

They maintain a steady temperature inside your sailing shoes or sea boots, keeping your feet around normal body temperature. If you've tried the disposable chemical foot-warming pads, these are not like that at all. They tend to get hot to the touch and can make your feet sweat.

Heated insoles - how they work -  .. .  

These thermally heated insoles are the latest innovation in sailing comfort technology. They keep your feet and toes warm in the coldest conditions, at work or play. They use embedded rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, and are operated by remote control

All you have to do is insert ThermaCELL Heated Insoles into the footwear you already own. They turn almost any footwear into heated boots or shoes. These versatile insoles are water resistant, comfortable to wear. They are designed to be durable, and are customisable to most foot sizes.

ThermaCELL heated insoles showing how they work -  .. .  

Plus, they cost only 5 cents per hour to run. What a great Christmas present for that sailor who has everything!

For more information on ThermaCELL Heated Insoles, click here.


by Lee Mylchreest

  

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