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2 hours ago, steelydan said:

Thermacell pro flex heated insoles. Ive been using mine for 4 years. Wireless remote and rechargeable batteries that go into the insole flush. I can barely tell they are in my boots, high, med, and off settings. No sweaty feet walking in or out.


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How long do they stay warm?

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How long do they stay warm?

I have 2 sets of batteries and each battery lasts about 5 hrs on high. That keeps my feet warm in a treestand at temps in the teens. Wish i had them years ago. I where 1 pair of wicking socks now and a pair of rocky pac boots and can stay out sun up to sun down


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Thanks guys, you've been a lot of help. i went to Sportsman's Warehouse and found the heated insoles. They wanted $119.00 for them. I decided not to buy them there as the online price was about 40.00.  I think The Warehouse is a bit pricey.  

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Thanks guys, you've been a lot of help. i went to Sportsman's Warehouse and found the heated insoles. They wanted $119.00 for them. I decided not to buy them there as the online price was about 40.00.  I think The Warehouse is a bit pricey.  

I paid around $45 i think on ebay.


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I have 2 sets of batteries and each battery lasts about 5 hrs on high. That keeps my feet warm in a treestand at temps in the teens. Wish i had them years ago. I where 1 pair of wicking socks now and a pair of rocky pac boots and can stay out sun up to sun down


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When you change batteries, do you have to take your boots off?


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I have 2 sets of batteries and each battery lasts about 5 hrs on high. That keeps my feet warm in a treestand at temps in the teens. Wish i had them years ago. I where 1 pair of wicking socks now and a pair of rocky pac boots and can stay out sun up to sun down


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When you change batteries, do you have to take your boots off?


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Just a tip I have found

 

I take a disposable heater (similar to hard warmers). They make them as body warmers with a sticky side, and I stick about 5 inches below my bellybutton on my underwear.

 

You would be amazed how warm your feet stay if the blood is warmed up before it goes down your legs. I can stand in crotch deep water all day in winter with breathable waders

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I've been wanting to try the Thermacell for a while, but I can't get past the horrible negative reviews. And lots of them. I know that folks are more likely to post negative than positive reviews, so I figured I'd see whether there's an unbiased user base on here. We've got one thumbs-up from Steely Dan. Any other users? The most common issues seem to be battery life and inconsistent control via the remote. 

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