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Customer Reviews for Milwaukee Medium Rechargeable Heated Gloves with REDLITHIUM USB Battery and Charger

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Model #561-21M

Store SKU #1003245365

  • Quickly provide heat to hand and fingers. Up to 6 hrs runtime.
  • SMARTSWIPE™ technology on index finger for smart device use
  • Kit includes heated gloves, REDLITHIUM™ USB battery, charger

Customer Reviews

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  • 75% recommend this product
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Junk. Don't waste your money.
First of all, These are not work gloves unless you consider work building a snowman or stacking feather pillows. The leather is tissue paper thin and will tear in the slightest bind. Second I got the extra large which is the largest size and they barely fit my hands which are only marginally large hands. The inside lining sticks to your fingers and bunches up and feels uncomfortable. Thirdly they don't get that warm and the batteries don't last long. If I'm out in the cold working for more than an hour or so they just shut off. Save the $200 and just buy a nice pair of insulated work gloves. also Milwaukee will not stand behind their product and Home Depot won't either. As you can see the leather on these is already wearing paper thin after only wearing them for about a week and has holes torn in them from very little stress. They consider this normal wear and tear.
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Response from Milwaukee ToolMar 4, 2021
Hello, this is Natalie with Milwaukee Tool. jjmjmn, thank you for taking the time to leave your review. We appreciate your honest feedback and are sorry to hear that your Rechargeable Heated Gloves do not quite meet your expectations. We would appreciate the opportunity to further investigate your feedback and provide you with support, so please feel free to reach out to us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com. Thank You
    10 found this review helpful
    Fingers still cold.
    I've had these gloves for just under a month now and I was excited to try them out. Having used them regularly I'm finding that they only keep the backs of my hands warm and my fingers still get cold. On the warmest setting, I'm lucky to get 1.5 hours out of the batteries. For what I paid, I could have gotten heavier duty gloves or mitts and probably gotten better results. I've only really used them clearing the driveway and going sledding with my child and the leather on one palm is already getting scuffed. I also posted the same review on Milwaukee's website. A rep said they would be in contact with me. I'm still waiting. If possible, I'll be returning these when Home Depot allows in-store returns again.
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    Response from Milwaukee ToolFeb 11, 2021
    Hello, this is Natalie with Milwaukee Tool. T Wright, thank you for taking the time to leave your review. We are sorry to hear about your frustrations with your Rechargeable Heated Gloves and for the delay in communication. We would appreciate the opportunity to look into this and assist. Could you please email us at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com? Thank You
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    rugged heated gloves with long cuffs to keep snow out
    Happy overall with these gloves. The one caution I would give is to go up a size - I normally wear size Large, and got these in Large. They are pretty snug! I wish I had gone up to the XL size. The size chart says there is only a 1/4-inch difference between Medium and Large and between Large and XL. The kit came with two 2.5Ah batteries, the battery holders, a nice double charging cord (to charge both batteries at once) and the gloves. The battery packs fit into a zippered pouch on the back of the gloves. One finger is made to work with touch devices (like your phone) and it is marked so you don't have to remember. Don't think you will do any fine phone work with these gloves on, but it's enough to answer a call. Dexterity is OK and typical for heavy winter gloves. Again, you aren't going to do brain surgery with these gloves on, but I have no problem grabbing the pull cord on the snow blower. The battery holders have a simple LED that glows red when starting to charge and then turns green when charging is done. FWIW, they do sell the "USB battery" separately if you want more run time.
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    I Love Milwukee, but these are a Fail
    I wear large gloves, in other Milwaukee work gloves, but these are sewn funny. The finger tips extend an inch or ao past my fingers. Much too long, but snug and tight everywhere else. Also, the battery sits right over my watch so I have to choose watch—or gloves. It’s too tall--otherwise it presses the watch pretty hard into my wrist.
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    Response from Milwaukee ToolDec 18, 2020
    Hello, this is Elise with Milwaukee Tool. Meredith, thank you for your review. We value hearing your input on why this product didn’t meet your expectations and how we can improve in the future. Please feel free to contact us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com if you would like further investigation into this matter. Thank You
      3 found this review helpful
      Ok if your just standing around
      Don’t buy yet unless you plan to stand around. These are PLAY gloves and not work gloves. Batteries die just as your getting going. Cheap leather. You’re not supposed to get them wet so you better keep them away from snow (where you need them). I’m super bummed because I LOVE all other Milwaukee products. I’m a professional technician and I switched all my power tools from Snap on to Milwaukee and it was the best thing I’ve done tool wise
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      Response from Milwaukee ToolOct 28, 2020
      Hello, this is Elise with Milwaukee Tool. BadH2O, thank you for your review. We value hearing your input on why this product didn’t meet your expectations and how we can improve in the future. Please feel free to contact us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com. Thank You
        9 found this review helpful
        Very nice gloves. Well insulated, well made. The heating system is kind of a joke: There is no...
        Very nice gloves. Well insulated, well made. The heating system is kind of a joke: There is no heat in the fingertips, where I need it, due to my poor circulation. The control buttons are Not guarded in any way, so everything you might bump into or touch changes the settings. Even in relatively mild temperatures (20-40F) the heater needs to be on Maximum. Battery life is a few hours at best, even when using the low setting, I've never gotten over 4 hours. Verrrry expensive $$$$$
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          9 found this review helpful
          Makes working outside a bit easier on the cold days....
          Makes working outside a bit easier on the cold days. Needs charged again about halfway through the day - but I’m very happy with my purchase.
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          These gloves are an excellent product. They have very durable construction, great coverage over ...
          These gloves are an excellent product. They have very durable construction, great coverage over the wrists, easy to put on, and great at keeping your hand and fingers warm. A great value for the money.
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          These are a nice pair of heated gloves. They slide on easily. They are true to size. They got up ...
          These are a nice pair of heated gloves. They slide on easily. They are true to size. They got up almost halfway up your forearm which is nice. The batteries do not add too much weight. They get warm but not piping hot. Charging is easy, each glove has it's own battery and it has a USB charger that has two ports so you can charge both batteries simultaneously. They charge quickly. When using on max power you will drain the batteries fairly quickly--maybe about 45 minutes. Even on max power it's still not crazy hot but they get the job done--my hands were warm.
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          3 found this review helpful
          These are awesome and far superior to any other heating I've tried. I have used the standard inex...
          These are awesome and far superior to any other heating I've tried. I have used the standard inexpensive hand warmers that provide short duration heat when exposed to air but when in gloves your fingers still stay cold. I also have gloves that have air ports to blow through to circulate your hot breath out to the fingers but that has obvious drawbacks. These gloves run off of rechargeable batteries, heat up quickly with a button push/hold and have high/medium/low settings. Heat is provided throughout the fingers and the long wrist lengths can be cinched around the sleeves of your coat. The material is rugged to be useful during light to medium duty work while the index fingers still provide touch screen use on smart devices. These are a no brainer if you work outdoors in the winter.
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          4 found this review helpful
          The medium size is better suited to a woman's hand, in my opinion. My husband usually wears mediu...
          The medium size is better suited to a woman's hand, in my opinion. My husband usually wears medium gloves but these are tight, especially with the batteries inside the outer cuffs. I ordered him heated gloves in a large so I can wear these. The batteries charge pretty quickly and the run time is about 4-6 hours on high which isn't that long for some projects or events. The heat is uniform across the back of the hand and fingers and there are 3 levels of heat available. These gloves are thick and well made. They are too bulky for intricate work but perfect for things like shoveling and driving (when you don't have a heated steering wheel). Now I can't imagine how we've gone this long without heated gloves in the frigid winters of the Upper Midwest.
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          3 found this review helpful
          Milwaukee Heated Gloves- Florida gal transplanted to CO farm I love these gloves ! they are the a...
          Milwaukee Heated Gloves- Florida gal transplanted to CO farm I love these gloves ! they are the answer to my cold hands. The medium fits pretty well to still give me enough dexterity to do most chores They have a recharageable battery pack so you just plug it in and you are ready for the next day. There are even three temperatures available! the cuff goes up far enough to cover the sleeve of my coat and not let drafts in. All in all these are a huge win. Wish i had found them sooner! This winter will be a lot more comfortable than last!
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          2 found this review helpful
          This review is on Milwaukee's Red-Lithium Heated Gloves with Battery and charger. This is my fir...
          This review is on Milwaukee's Red-Lithium Heated Gloves with Battery and charger. This is my first pair of heated gloves - actually they are for my wife who's always cold. They are a size medium but they do fit me (snugly) even though I'm between a size large and an x-large - so they do run a little big. The batteries charge pretty quickly (charger is included) and insert easily into the top zippered compartment located above the wrist. They have three (3) different heating settings which obviously uses more or less of the battery. I use the low heat setting and they keep my hands very warm. We just had our first dose of snow the other day and I'm a snow guy who never complains about the cold. I wore them and I have to admit it was nice to have warm hands. You won't be able to do any intricate work because they are a little bulky but that's because they are heavy stitched and made well (for the price they better be). If you spend a lot of time outdoors like coaching football or hunting they are worth their weight in gold.
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          4 found this review helpful
          Large MILWAUKEE REDLITHIUM USB heated gloves with Battery and Charger I found these gloves by Milwaukee to be made of tough and durable materials. As with most cold weather gloves your fine dexterity with these will be limited. You can’t pick up a coin with these on or do anything of a delicate nature. The material on the index finger (smartswipe) works with my IPhone to swipe and to answer calls, but of course you won’t be able to type text messages with them on. These are excellent for keeping your hands toasty warm doing snow blowing, raking leaves, football games etc. On the job site you could probably do rough carpentry work while using power tools. If you are a hunter as long as your trigger finger fits with them on I think they would be wonderful. Also would be great for winter motorcycle riding! At first I found them stiff and the fit is on the small side, but after a few hours they have stretched out enough to be comfortable and flexible for my outdoor winter yard work. It took about 2 hours to initially charge the batteries and the gloves stayed hot on high for over 2 hours. Battery life increases two to three fold if you use low or medium heat settings. The gloves start to heat up pretty quickly in just a few minutes. I was only using these in low 30 degree temps so I didn't really test them in harsh conditions yet. That said, they get really warm on high so I think they would be very comfortable at very low temps. They run a little small and tight. I usually wear a large glove and these gloves in Large were tight. They stretch and soften up with wear so they will work for me, but my advice is go for the next size larger than your normal size.
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          3 found this review helpful
          These Milwaukee Heated Gloves are heavy duty, high quality, and beautifully made. The main body o...
          These Milwaukee Heated Gloves are heavy duty, high quality, and beautifully made. The main body of the glove is made of what Milwaukee calls “GRIDIRON Ripstop polyester” which is supposed to protect against abrasion and tearing; the look and feel of this material gives me every confidence it will hold up to heavy use. The entire palm area, including the fingers, is constructed of numberous pieces of high quality leather stitched together with attention to detail to produce a glove that feels great and fits perfectly on my hand. The inside is lined with a nice soft fleece material. The gloves have very long cuffs that can be pulled over your coat to keep out cold wind and snow. Loops sown into the top of the cuff assist in pulling the gloves on. A nice feature is the ability to use the index finger - it doesn’t work with the other fingers - on each glove to operate the touch screen on a tablet. I found the fingers just too big to use on my iPhone. These gloves all by themselves appear to be able to keep my hands warm, although I haven’t tested them yet in sub-freezing temperatures. What sets these gloves apart, obviously, is the electric heating elements built into the gloves. Milwaukee does not explicitly say exactly where the heating elements are located within the gloves. The box has a picture of the glove with the elements located only on the top of the hand. This makes sense because wires in the fingers or the palm would be subjected to so much repeated bending and flexing that they would almost certainly quickly fail. Both batteries can be charged at the same time with the included Y - USB charging cable and included charger. The cable can also be plugged into a car charger or a computer USB port. The gloves have 3 heat setting: HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW as indicated by the RED, WHITE, BLUE on/off switch on each glove. Each battery has an LED indicator light that lights when plugged into the charger showing the battery’s state. Unfortunately, the LEDs do not indicated the battery’s power level during use. While these gloves are not overly bulky they do not provide enough dexterity for me to be able to use my skill saw and other tools with trigger guards as the glove’s fingers are just too big. You would never be able to grab nails from your pouch while wearing these gloves. But for job site tasks such as carrying lumber and pipes, lifting concrete block, brick, or bags of cement and similar uses I think these gloves would be great. They would also be good for long stretches outside in the cold while engaged in things like shoveling or blowing snow, cutting firewood, or just walking your dog. Milwaukee warns against getting these gloves wet when in use. They can be spot cleaned only and not dry cleaned or laundered. One thing I did find curious, though, is Milwaukee’s repeated use of the “3X FASTER HEAT” slogan. I couldn’t help but think, faster than what? These gloves are made in China.
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          The Milwaukee Heated Gloves with Battery and Charger is a very cool idea. I am the one who gets t...
          The Milwaukee Heated Gloves with Battery and Charger is a very cool idea. I am the one who gets to run the snowblower at work and also at home. It is no fun when your hands get cold. With these gloves there are 3 heat settings. You can tell what you have the gloves set on by the color of the power switch. The switch is easy to use. You can also use the gloves without the heat on. The palm and fingers are made of leather the rest of the glove is made of ripstop polyester and feel very durable. You can even use your smart phone with Milwaukee's smart swipe technology where the index finger on each glove can swipe your phone. In my opinion the gloves do fit a bit tight at first but do stretch a bit in time. Charging is easy also with the usb charger that charges both batteries at the same time. The gloves even have a 6 hour run time!
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          A perfect glove design for both protecting your hands and keeping them warm against the harsh win...
          A perfect glove design for both protecting your hands and keeping them warm against the harsh winter weather. The glove has a leather palm that should hold up to most task and a ripstop polyester material used on the rest of the glove shell. The interior is lined with a with a soft terry cloth that is a good hand-warmer by itself. The Milwaukee gloves are perfect for just about any outdoor activity in sub-freezing temperature including yard work, motorcycling/4-wheeling, tailgating, or hunting. I find the gloves very useful with yard work. Working with a rake or shovel is no problem. The gloves are tough enough to handle moving split firewood. I have a large hand so I ordered the XL. They are still snug fit due to the terry cloth. The gloves are huge on the outside so it is a bit deceiving to have them fit snug. It's not a big deal, they are very comfortable. Heating is only on the backhand side of the glove to no worries with handling items in the palm and fear damaging the heat field. The Smartswipe works OK but with the bulky gloved fingers it will work better with a tablet rather than a smartphone. The cuffs are pretty deep. This bothered me at first because it interferes with the sleeve cuff of my jacket, but then I used the cuff adjustment strap at the wrist and the fit improved a lot. I haven't tried the gloves in ice or snow yet but now with the longer cuffs I know there is little chance of the white stuff getting down into the glove. The gloves include a hook/clasp to keep them paired when not in use. The battery is easy to access and I found it warm very adequately on the lowest setting on a recent 43 degree morning. The gloves include the 2) 2.5 Ah battery, USB charging cord and adapter. You can charge with any USB power source rated for 2.1 amps, however, the batteries can not reverse power to the USB (use the batteries to power out to a USB device). The only con is the gloves are not washable. You can clean the outside leather easy enough but not the inside. It would be nice to be able to remove and wash the terry cloth liner. It could probably use it when your hand sweats in the glove.
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          The battery position of these cloves is awkward, it is hard to move your wrist. It almost feels l...
          The battery position of these cloves is awkward, it is hard to move your wrist. It almost feels like your wrist is in a splint. The glove sleeves are really long. I would probably just buy the air activated, chemical hand warmers in bulk rather than use these. Normally I love products from Milwaukee, they need to move the battery position. I received these LARGE HEATED GLOVES WITH BATTERY AND CHARGER for free to write this review.
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          These gloves are great but not sure how practical they are in the long run of things. They are w...
          These gloves are great but not sure how practical they are in the long run of things. They are well made and the gloves even without the heating element on will keep your hands warm. The palms appear to be made of leather type material and the rest of the glove out out a tough cloth material. The index finger has smartswipe feature so you can use your phone with them on. The gloves would be great for someone doing work outside like snow shoveling or something not too rugged. I do not believe these gloves would last long if you were using them for tasks like roofing or something where you are making with rough materials. I think the uses for these gloves would be more inline with winter sporting activities like skiing, ice fishing, or sitting outside watching football. The heating element is concentrated in the back of your hand but does keep your fingers warm. You also get 3 settings for heat with the red being the hottest. The batteries last for about 6 hours which is really nice. Milwaukee also provides a dual charger with the gloves so you can charge both batteries at once. I recommend them if you are just tired of your hands being cold when shoveling or going to see a football game.
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          Just the right amount of heat. With 3 heat settings, you have the flexibility to adjust the level...
          Just the right amount of heat. With 3 heat settings, you have the flexibility to adjust the level of heat you want. You can feel the heat right away. There is a great sizing chart on the side of the box that makes it easy to see which size is best for you. I have small hands but the medium fits very well. Now that the weather's turned cold, I've used these for some outdoor projects - some while in the rain. When I'd use regular work gloves, I often found myself taking the gloves off often in order to blow warm air on my hands. These gloves eliminate the need for that. I like that the velcro cuff that allows you to adjust the tightness depending on the clothing you're wearing and that they're longer than most gloves. The only things I don't care for about the gloves is the bulkiness of the batteries in each glove. They're tucked into the back of the wrist area on each glove and it's an awkward feeling. I also didn't have much success in using the "smartswipe" touch screen index finger. Swiping is easy, but trying to press buttons or app icons was tricky due to the big index finger. I've gone through so many winter gloves over the past few years that just couldn't provide warmth or weather resistance like these can. I'm looking forward to using these once the snow comes.
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          I would not recommend these gloves due to the battery. Their positioning in the gloves make the g...
          I would not recommend these gloves due to the battery. Their positioning in the gloves make the gl9ves very uncomfoftable, as the battery is pressed up against my wrist and hand. After a few minutes you really notice it and they have left my wrist very sore. If Milwaukee found a better spot for the battery, so it does not limit mobility and causes disomfort, these gloves would have received a 5. That one problem was so major to me that it overshadows everything else. The batteries took abou 2.5 hrs to charge. On high it lasted a little 9ver 2hrs, med 3.5hrs, low 6hrs. Press and Hold the Milwaukee button for 1 second to turn it on and off. Once on press to cycle the modes. Being in the Northeast I got to try them out sooner than I would have liked. One day this week temps were below freezing, in addition to high winds. I had on glove on high and the other off. After 20 minutes the hand with the glove off was so cold my fingertips were freezing, while the one on high was very warm. I felt the difference almost instantly when I turned the one glove on. The only issue with the gloves is the battery pressed up against the point where your hand and wrist meet. This is a big problem as it makes the gloves unwearable to me. This is a chart on the side 9f the box and I had the correct size. I wore them almost everyday for a week and could not find a sweet spot for the battery. They aggrevated me every time
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          I work in a refinery and they only provide thin leather gloves that we use year round. When I'm h...
          I work in a refinery and they only provide thin leather gloves that we use year round. When I'm having to open/close valves out in the rain and cold my hands will stiffen up to the point to where I can't unbend them. I usually have to get back in the company truck and put the heater on high with my hands in front of the heater vents to get them moving again. That's not happening this winter ;o) With these Milwaukee heated gloves I'm not going to dread winter at work from now on. I received size XL gloves and they fit perfectly! These gloves are warm even before you turn the heat on. They are very, very well made and have a nice size and weight to them. In the package you get the gloves along with (2) red lithium batteries, (2) USB charger/controllers & the heavy duty cord & wall plug (that charges both gloves at the same time). These gloves have a quick heat function that has 3x faster heat, they also have hand and finger heat zones, 3 different heat settings of high, medium & low, up to 6 hours of run-time, smartswipe touch screen compatible on the index finger (makes it so you can use your phone or smart pad without having to take your gloves off). They also come with leather palms and fingers to improve your dexterity, extended cuffs to protect you from the elements, a large pull tab (loop) on the end of both gloves so you can pull them on easier (along with hanging them up to dry) and a fleece lining to provide warmth and comfort. These gloves are super easy to adjust the heat settings on. All you have to do is push the "red lithium USB" button on each glove and they will change from red (high heat) to white (medium heat) and blue (low heat) all at the touch of a button. If you want to turn them "off" just hold the button down for a few seconds and the light turns off completely. I don't know if you would consider it a negative or not but the one drawback with these gloves is that the battery creates a pretty big hump around your wrist area so if you are trying to have a jacket go over the cuff of the gloves it probably won't go over them. You will have to have the gloves come up over the sleeve of your jacket. I'm not sure if this is a deal breaker for anyone but I thought it should be mentioned. For those that live in severe cold climates with lots of snow I could definitely see these gloves being a game changer. Especially if you have to shovel driveways or sidewalks a lot. I'm going to give these gloves a try while skiing this winter and see how they hold up to the weather. I'm not sure if they are intended for that but I have to try it just to see. If you are in the construction field and have to work out in the cold I could see these definitely being a game changer while using a drill or skill saw or any other type of work that leaves your hands exposed to the cold. If you are looking for some great cold weather gloves I would look no further than these wonderful Milwaukee heated gloves.
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          These Milwaukee heated gloves area a nice addition for outdoor winter activities. They come with ...
          These Milwaukee heated gloves area a nice addition for outdoor winter activities. They come with two batteries, 2 battery capsules, and a charging cord. The seperate batteries charge at the same time on the provided cord which has a splitter. The gloves are true to fit as I wear XL in all other gloves, these fit perfectly. The removable battery goes in a pouch located past my wrist within the glove onto my top portion of my arm. The battery is not noticeable through routine movements. The gloves have handles to help pull them on while wearing the other glove. The gloves also possess velcro to tighten the fit on your arm. The gloves have three heat settings distinguishable by a color setting. Everything seems quality made and they provide the warmth necessary during outdoor winter activities.
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          As per the norm with Milwaukee, these gloves are very well built with quality in mind for long la...
          As per the norm with Milwaukee, these gloves are very well built with quality in mind for long lasting use. The material is heavy duty including the tape part of the zippers which are made of rubber to prevent water intrusion. Overall I am really impressed with these gloves, as they heat up pretty fast and have an easy to use push button that is color coded for High, Medium and low heat. The pointer finger works great when using your smartphone or tablets. The only problem I am having with my gloves is a quality control issue. My hands are large but I always buy Extra Large when it comes to gloves. When I put on the right hand glove it goes in with minimal effort but with the left hand it takes a little more work. The biggest issue is the pocket for the battery. The right hand glove battery goes in with no problem and hase plenty of space to even put something else in there like money or something small. The left hand glove has a problem with the pocket. The battery barely fits and almost impossible to zip it up when I finally get it in there. As this is a QC problem I'm sure Milwaukee would give me no problems in exchanging it for a new one.
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          What a super nice pair of gloves. They are plenty warm even without the heating element. They a...
          What a super nice pair of gloves. They are plenty warm even without the heating element. They are a pretty thick glove, and dexterity with them was decent considering how thick they are. They have a leather (or leather like) palm and fingers with a rip-stop nylon backing. The heating elements go down the back side of each finger and thumb. I had a chance to try both the medium and extra large gloves. I normally wear a medium and the better fit made the glove feel much warmer to me. The index finger on each glove has material on it to allow you to use the touch screen on a phone. This worked really well. The batteries are compatible with some of the Milwaukee flashlights, so in the summer you can still use your batteries.
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          What a super nice pair of gloves. They are plenty warm even without the heating element. They ha...
          What a super nice pair of gloves. They are plenty warm even without the heating element. They have a leather (or leather like) palm and fingers with a ripstop nylon backing. The heating elements go down the back side of each finger and thumb. I had a chance to try both the medium and extra large gloves. I normally wear a medium and the better fit made the glove feel much warmer to me. The index finger on each glove has material on it to allow you to use the touch screen on a phone. This worked really well. The batteries are compatible with some of the Milwaukee flashlights, so in the summer you can still use your batteries.
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          These gloves are warm, as all gloves should be, be these are heated too. These gloves are high quality and well made. They are big, like gauntlet big, with long wrist coverage. Now this is a good thing in really cold weather, but it may be an annoying thing depending on what type of coat you have, especially the sleeves. I tried these glove with a coat that had “ elasticy” cuffs at the wrist and ended up with a fight between the coat and gloves on which was going to cover my wrist and lower forearm! With a different coat with adjustable cuffs, the gloves peacefully coexisting with the coat. You can adjust the temperature of the gloves with a button on the exterior, with a color changing LED to let you know what you have selected. The index finger has a smartphone/tablet/touchscreen friendly material so you can swipe and tap away while keeping warm. The heat is located on the back of your hand, exclusively so you may be surprised by that. My experience is that it’s sufficient to keeping your hands warm, but depending what your doing your fingertips may feel cold. Overall, I’m happy with these gloves. They seem like good gloves for activity in the colder weather, they are on the bulky side, so don’t expect and fine dexterity wearing these. In my testing the battery lasted about 3 hours.
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          The kit included the gloves, 2 lithium batteries, 2 usb charger controllers and one heavy duty co...
          The kit included the gloves, 2 lithium batteries, 2 usb charger controllers and one heavy duty cord and wall plug. There are three heat settings of high, medium and low. The manufacturer states up to 6 hours run time but this would require the heat setting on low for the full 6 hours. There is no indication that the gloves are water proof so I will be treating them with some fabric guard. The leather palms and fingers with some protector as well. There are large pull tabs for each gloves and they are fleece lined. Lots of features but I would not consider these for construction gloves or anything heavily repetitive. They are also a little bulky so any nimble agile actions would be strained.
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          Battery powered heat to the back of the hand gloves are nice quality and feel very durable. Ther...
          Battery powered heat to the back of the hand gloves are nice quality and feel very durable. There was no heat element over the thumb. There is a pattern on the index finger for smart device use but I found that all fingers worked using my smart phone. The gloves are very long and come up to your upper forearm which makes wearing the gloves under a coat awkward plus it would prevent your access to the heat buttons. The box gave glove sizes for size medium and measuring from the base of your palm to the tip of your middle finger a length of 7 1/2" inches The large 7 3/4" inches, and the XL size 8 inches so there is not much difference between the sizes based on the measurement. Nice leather palms and other fabric on the outside.
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          I have a heated jacket from Milwaukee that works great so I was excited when they added the heate...
          I have a heated jacket from Milwaukee that works great so I was excited when they added the heated gloves to their line-up. I have large hands but these XL gloves fit great, plenty range of motion and very comfortable. I like that they are very long and extend almost to my mid-forearm. The batteries are small but charge very quickly and provide warmth for a log time. They fit into a small pouch and quickly produces heat throughout the glove aea. They are constructed of rugged high quality material with sturdy zippers. We have not had truly cold weather yet to fully test the warmth of these gloves in wet freezing temps, but I can't wait to try them out.
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          NameMedium Rechargeable Heated Gloves with REDLITHIUM USB Battery and ChargerMedium Red Latex Level 5 Cut Resistant Insulated Winter Dipped Work Gloves (12-Pack)Women's X-Large Black 5V Heated Premium GlovesWomen's Medium Black 5V Heated Premium Gloves
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          Heating SystemUSB 5-Volts, Lithium-ion, Rechargeable5-Volts, Lithium-ion, Rechargeable
          Glove SizeMediumMediumExtra LargeMedium
          GenderMen'sUnisexWomen'sWomen's
          Glove FeaturesCut Resistant, Heated, Insulated, Leather Palm, Puncture Resistant, Touch ScreenCut ResistantHeated, Lined, Water ResistantHeated, Water Resistant
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          Glove MaterialPolyesterLatexPolyesterOther
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