Set of Heat Sock 5.0 Toe Cap + Lithium Pack rcB 1200 by Lenz
Perfect for bone-chilling ski days and sub-zero treks in the midst of Arctic fronts, the Lenz Set of Heat Sock 5. 0 Toe Cap + Lithium Pack rcB 1200 cranks up the heat with its integrated heating element built into the toe and ball of the foot. This over-the-calf sock folds at the top, allowing you to secure the lithium batteries into place with their press studs. Ergonomically knitted with moisture-wicking fibers, the sock creates a truly comfortable wearing experience, even when the heating element isn't being used. The lithium packs offer three different heat settings for adjustable warmth in a wide range of wintry weather, ranging from freezing temperatures to truly bone-chilling conditions. Another cool feature is the ability to continuously regulate the sock's temperature via Bluetooth control on the Lenz Heat app for iOS and Android devices. Heat lasts up to 14 hours of continuous use, with the ability to recharge the lithium packs via the universal USB charger (100-240V). There's also a flexible plastic case for convenient transport and storage, alongside the USB charging cable with charge status indicator.
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Lenz Set of Heat Sock 5.0 Toe Cap + Lithium Pack rcB 1200
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