Winter is near (I think so… ) and I like ski. A good ski gloves is essential.
Solaris line of heated ski gloves are based on Interactive Wear’s new iThermX technology platform. The heat supply is governed by a microcontroller and monitored by sensors. Energy is only supplied when the temperature drops below a pre-set limit at portions of the wearer’s hand that are sensitive to the cold. Using special, highly flexible heating elements, heat is generated selectively within the glove without restricting movement. Two low-profile, lightweight rechargeable lithium ion batteries supply each system with power. Thanks to the small size and low weight of the iThermX technology components, the developers succeeded in designing an extremely efficient, powerful and exceptionally lightweight heated glove with ThermoTec.
These gloves offer the comfort of ideal warmth with a heating capacity of up to five hours, and the heating system weight in at a maximum of just approximately 70 grams per glove. To ensure flexible usage, the wearer can choose from among three different operational modes: either constant heating or one of two pre-programmed, sensor-monitored, comfortable temperatures within the glove. A LED indicates the selected mode, and single-button control unit with a simple design enables easy and reliable operation. Rigorous tests have demonstrated that the system offers ideal protection against impacts (for instance during a fall) and against the ingress of water.
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