The Go Warmer is a portable heater that's been designed to provide users with warmth in virtually any location. Each one of these heaters appears to be just a tad bit bigger than a smartphone, so most users will likely be able to hold theirs in one hand. This type of heater contains a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that's meant to be plugged into a USB port for charging purposes, and it's stated that one full charge will last for up to eight hours.
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Once you've got a Go Warmer in your possession, you'll need to connect it to a USB port with a USB cable in order to charge it up. You could connect it to your PC or your laptop, or if you've got a USB port in your vehicle, that's also an option. You'll need to consult your instruction manual to find out exactly how long to keep it plugged in to obtain a full charge.
After giving your device a full charge (or a partial one, if you're pressed for time), detach it from the USB cable. To activate the device, press on the front with a thumb or finger, and it should heat up within seconds. At this point, you can also use the device's controls to switch between low, medium and high heat, depending on your particular heating needs. You'll notice that regardless of which heat setting you select, both sides of the portable heater will give off warmth.
When you're done using your Go Warmer for a while, you should power it down in order to conserve its battery's power. If you're having trouble identifying the correct control that will power it down, take a peek at your instruction manual. Once your heater is off, you can either plug it into a USB port in order to keep it charged, or store it in a room-temperature location.
As alluded to above, the Go Warmer is quite compact. Each one looks like it's not much larger than a smartphone—and each is certainly smaller than a standard tablet—so you'll be able to fit yours into most pockets, if necessary. When you're on the go but aren't using your heater, you'll also be able to fit it into the glove compartment of your vehicle, as long as it's not already crowded with other items.
Although it's not specified how long a full charge will take to obtain, it is specified that one of these can last as long as eight consecutive hours. Therefore, you'll be able to use your heater outdoors during almost a whole day of winter fun without having to find someplace to recharge it.
Along the same lines, this type of device is normally safe for outdoor use, as long as you don't put it underwater. That means you'll be able to carry yours with you if you work a physical job outdoors, or do the same thing when you're doing outdoor chores around the house, such as clearing your walkway. It will warm your hands straight through gloves or mitts, so you won't have to remove your hand coverings to enjoy its toastiness.
Some people choose to use hand-warming towels that are made of a special material that generates heat, but in minutes, you may have to dispose of these. The Go Warmer will give you hours of warmth while also being better for the environment than these towels, as its reusable nature means it won't be consistently creating waste.
The maximum level of heat you can get from your Go Warmer is a heat level of 120 degrees Fahrenheit, which is very hot, but not hot enough to damage your skin. If you place this portable heater against one of your hands when it's turned up to its highest setting, you may feel like you're experiencing one of the hottest summer days of the year!
If your kids want to stay outside in the snow for a long time, or they have to wait for the bus or walk to school in freezing temperatures, they can carry one of these. Once they've got a Go Warmer portable heater in a pocket or a hand, you'll be able to let them enjoy themselves without worrying too much about them becoming uncomfortable or catching nasty colds. Each one of these heaters is so small that it can actually be passed among multiple children if an entire group is chilly.
While many people might choose to use their Go Warmer heater outdoors, it can be used indoors, too, and it can benefit people with poor circulation. Unfortunately, people with this health issue tend to get cold hands while typing, sewing, crafting or doing other quiet but enjoyable tasks. However, once someone with poor circulation has one of these portable heaters to warm their hands, they'll likely be able to keep going at a task for longer without being disturbed by freezing fingers.
Each of these portable heaters, aside from its heating functions, contains a USB power bank. That means you'll be able to plug your USB-powered devices, such as smartphones and tablets, into this heater to get charged. This may be beneficial while you're on the road, as it'll relieve you of the responsibility of carrying extra bulky chargers, although you will need an appropriate USB cable.
To recharge the battery within your Go Warmer, you'll need a USB port, so if you don't have access to one and your heater dies, you won't be able to use it. Most people do have at least one USB port in or around their home, but this may be a drawback for someone who doesn't have a computer or has an older vehicle with no port.
A lithium-ion battery is typically fairly long-lasting, but each one won't last indefinitely. You'll likely be able to get two to three years out of the one within your Go Warmer, although that lifespan might decrease if you frequently use your heater to charge other digital devices. It's not clear whether you can replace the battery within each of these devices after a couple of years, so you may just have to replace your whole heater once the battery is completely dead.
If you normally turn your heat up very high during the colder months, thereby adding to your electricity bill, you may not have to do so once you have one of these portable heaters. Instead, you'll be able to carry your heater from room to room and heat the immediate area you're using in there, as opposed to heating the whole house or a whole section of it. If there are multiple people living in your home, each person can be outfitted with one of these heaters so they can do the same thing.
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I ordered mine and paid extra for the deluxe model. I checked on 2/1/20 on their website because it has still not arrived and the message pending states that they are on backorder and will be another 2 to 3 weeks. By the time I get them if I've ever do spring will be here. What a waste.
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Ordered product over a month ago and it has not arrived. They say it is back ordered and will take another 2 or 3 weeks. It doesn't make sense for a company that has this as its sole product.
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