Warm & Safe black heated Base Layer Ladie’s – Multi-Volt
This Base Layer comes with a Multi-Volt Heat-Troller and is as such ready to be used, when connected to a 12V to 18V power source.
If you want the option of using it with the Warm & Safe portable re-chargeable Li-Ion batteries, the batteries and chargers can be selected as accessories below.
The temperature adjustments are done on the remote wireless Heat-Troller knob and can be adjusted from 0 to 100% effect. The Heat-Troller receiver must be connected to a power source, i.e. a 12V outlet in a vehicle, or one of our portable 7,4V batteries.
The different batteries shown in the photos to the right and their differences are that the white 7.4V battery have a capacity of 5200 mAh, while the black 7.4V battery have 50% more, or 7800 mAh. Expect app. 4 hrs. of use from the white battery and 6 hrs. from the black battery before re-charge.
With 10 (ten) areas of heat , this is the perfect base layer to connect to the power source (12V-18V) of i.e. a fork lift, car, wheel chair, motorcycle, etc., or to one of the Warm & Safe’s portable batteries.
The Base Layer is thin, stretchable and really comfortable to use.
The heated areas are the collar, upper arms, lower back, the sides and the chest area (see photo). In addition the sleeves are longer and have a thumb loop.
With 10 (ten) areas of heat it is the perfect heated garment for those who tend to spend time in cold environment, like working in grocery stores, cold rooms, hunting, fishing, or any other place that demands prolonged stays in lower temperatures.
For the outdoor activities it provides heat, comfort and reduces the risk for discomforts and side effects from cold conditions.
This set up is for those who wants to connect the Heat-Troller to a 12V – 18V power source, but also wants the flexibility to use a portable battery.The kit contains the following items , unless any of the optional accessories are selected:
1 ea. Ladie’s Heated Base Layer shirt (select size below)
1 ea. Multi-Volt Heat-Troller
Sizing guide below, or click on this link: