As Dec. 25th draws near, the quest for the perfect gift -- something spot-on for the hard-to-please giftee -- becomes more challenging. Nevertheless, I have a suggestion if the individual in question has cold feet.
For those whose "dogs" dread blistery cold, ThermaCELL's Heated Insoles are a godsend! Controlled by a wireless remote, each insole provides continuous warmth for up to five hours, and if you use them in intervals, they can last much longer.
The remote control provides medium (100°F), high (111°F), or no heat settings, maintained by each insole's built-in thermostat. Because they're water-resistant, the foot-warmers are suitable for damp environments and work equally well in shoes, boots, or waders.
The battery in the insoles can be recharged 500 or more times using the included charger and recharge in 4 hours or less. Each remote control is uniquely-coded, has a range of seven feet, and is easily attached to a zipper/belt or stuffed in a pocket.
The insoles can be customized to fit any shoe size from women's 4.5 to men's 13, and are available in: small, medium, large, x-large and xx-large. Their lightweight design even provides additional shock absorption.
ThermaCELL's Heated Insoles sell for $134.99. For more information, visit ThermaCELL.com.
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