Hotronic XLP One Battery Pack

Hotronic XLP One Battery Pack
Hotronic XLP One Battery Pack
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XLP One Battery Pack by Hotronic
The XLP One Batter Pack is a replacement battery built to ensure your XLP Heat Socks continue to work properly. This battery boasts three constant temperature settings, recharge-ability with charge indicators, and a daily life of over thirteen hours to keep you warm and comfortable.

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SKU: HOT000A
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