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Little Hotties Hand Warmers 40-Pair

Speed to First Woot:
1m 11.333s
First Sucker:
mogmanw
Last Wooter to Woot:
HiddenNinja
Last Purchase:
a year ago
Order Pace (rank):
Top 16% of Sport Woots
Top 35% of all Woots
Woots Sold (rank):
Top 2% of Sport Woots
Top 8% of all Woots

Purchaser Experience

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  • 4% second woot
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  • 40% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 5% joined today
  • 0% one week old
  • 1% one month old
  • 11% one year old
  • 83% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 74% bought 1
  • 17% bought 2
  • 8% bought 3

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Quality Posts


vcrowley


quality posts: 14 Private Messages vcrowley

Oh, do we like these. We put them in my daughter's boots and in both kids' coat pockets. Allows us much more outdoor time in chilly weather!

extraclassic


quality posts: 0 Private Messages extraclassic

Global warming says NO!

Buffoon


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Buffoon

Or you could just go to Costco, get them for the same price and save the shipping (but add sales tax).

conanthelibrarian


quality posts: 3142 Private Messages conanthelibrarian

people are hot and cold on this product over at amazon

http://www.amazon.com/Little-Hotties-Hand-Warmer-Pack/dp/B000JJP0UM

tonymontana444


quality posts: 9 Private Messages tonymontana444

Buy an extra box and send them overseas to the troops

Buffoon


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Buffoon

I buy these and hand them out to homeless people. It keeps 'em a little warmer, and it's not something they can trade for booze or drugs.

spizmar


quality posts: 11 Private Messages spizmar
extraclassic wrote:Global warming says NO!



Not true. These do not release CO2. They turn iron into rust.
BTW, these and some ground aluminum can be used to make thermite.

ThunderThighs


quality posts: 547 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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tonymontana444 wrote:Buy an extra box and send them overseas to the troops


Buffoon wrote:I buy these and hand them out to homeless people. It keeps 'em a little warmer, and it's not something they can trade for booze or drugs.



What great ideas. Thank you for sharing them!



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Chandin


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Chandin
spizmar wrote:Not true. These do not release CO2. They turn iron into rust.
BTW, these and some ground aluminum can be used to make thermite.



Thanks! Now I have to force myself to not buy any... Ever. I would buy a bunch, but me and stuff like thermite is not a good idea.

Genestar


quality posts: 3 Private Messages Genestar

I bought this pack about a week ago. They don't get nearly as hot as I would hope. The heatmax handwarmers are a lot better than these.

LaKASkill


quality posts: 15 Private Messages LaKASkill

Are these "Bags of Crap"?

PWootster1109


quality posts: 1 Private Messages PWootster1109

I bought these last time on Woot and also give them to homeless people.

Buffoon wrote:I buy these and hand them out to homeless people. It keeps 'em a little warmer, and it's not something they can trade for booze or drugs.



bardic


quality posts: 1 Private Messages bardic

I miss the liquid filled ones that had the little metal piece you would bend back and forth to activate. Then you could boil them to reuse them.

I have seen a few online, but most seem pretty small.

symphony


quality posts: 0 Private Messages symphony

How big is little? Can't seem to find any measurements.

Add my kudos for the great troops and homeless ideas.

bobebob


quality posts: 0 Private Messages bobebob

Passing these out is is a good way to make friends of the women on a cold morning motorcycle ride!
I'm not above a bribe. I'm in for 3.
(of course one of those boxes will be going to my girlfriend)

bobebob


quality posts: 0 Private Messages bobebob
Buffoon wrote:Or you could just go to Costco, get them for the same price and save the shipping (but add sales tax).



I checked, they're not the same price. It would be $4 more per box.

My purchase of 3 would have cost $62 whereas here they cost $54.

You had me slightly worried, but I still saved $8. ( would've been $12, but Woot hit me up for $4 tax)

yayobama


quality posts: 12 Private Messages yayobama

Might these be handy for stashing in a brassiere in an overly air-conditioned office, to de-perkify us chilly gals? (Perks at the office should only involve fringe benefits, right?)

Kirkstone


quality posts: 5 Private Messages Kirkstone

Do these have a short expiration date? I've found any of these charcoal based "warmer" products don't stay hot for much more than an hour after they have expired.

PemberDucky


quality posts: 41 Private Messages PemberDucky

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Kirkstone wrote:Do these have a short expiration date? I've found any of these charcoal based "warmer" products don't stay hot for much more than an hour after they have expired.



The expiration date is provided under the "Specs" tab on the product's sale page. It says:

Expires 12/31/2014 or later

...Which, come to think of it, is kind of redundant. I mean, obviously it's still expired after the expiration date.

Anydoodle, 12/31/2014 is when they expire.


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SuperNinja


quality posts: 18 Private Messages SuperNinja

I'd rather have some Little Coldies Hand Colders.

lichme


quality posts: 2680 Private Messages lichme

I'm never really outside in the cold anymore, but I could see using these to make snow shoveling a lot more bearable.

frazelle


quality posts: 1 Private Messages frazelle

I use these while rock climbing when it's cold. Stick one in the chalk bag and some in my shoes.

Brewdude


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Brewdude

We hand these out to my daughter's soccer team. Some of those games are cold even for us spectators that are bundled up. These are perfect for when the girls are on the sidelines.

ETA - just read reviews at Costco and it sounds like the 2013 versions have a problem. Costco Reviews

I'm out...

IdahoCrystal


quality posts: 2 Private Messages IdahoCrystal

I bought these last time and am somewhat disapointed - They take about 30 minutes to get luke warm and never get truly warm...

Timing is everything.

woocls


quality posts: 2 Private Messages woocls
Brewdude wrote:We hand these out to my daughter's soccer team. Some of those games are cold even for us spectators that are bundled up. These are perfect for when the girls are on the sidelines.

ETA - just read reviews at Costco and it sounds like the 2013 versions have a problem. Costco Reviews

I'm out...


Thank you so much! I almost bought these when they were on woot earlier. Glad I missed it. Will for sure pass on lukewarm hand warmers.

jpw5904


quality posts: 2 Private Messages jpw5904

Theoretically you can put these inside your gloves or booties while scuba diving in cold water, but be careful... The deeper you go the harder it is compressed against your skin, and you CAN get burned. I've seen it