I love my highly portable and air-activated Heatmax Hand and Body Warmers! I first grabbed some to just keep handy. Then when I heard that I was going to Dallas Fort Worth at the same time as Ice Storm Cleon I knew it was love. Air activation makes them easy to use. Once you are inside and do not need the heat anymore you can place them in a zip lock bag, squeeze out the air, and tada, they do not heat up until you re-open the bag.
A use-anywhere solution to the frigid cold. Keep a couple in your car, first aid kit, or backpack for emergencies, or use them as a regular staple during any cold-weather activities, including skiing, hiking, hunting, fishing, or working outdoors. Designed to last for up to 18 hours, the Heatmax Hand and Body Warmers provide safe, comfortable warmth in the coldest of temperatures. The four by five inch packets can be placed in pockets, between layers of clothing, or directly where you need them.
Heatmax warmers are odorless, disposable, non-toxic, and nonflammable, so you can use them without worry. Made of natural materials, including iron powder, water, salt, activated charcoal, and wood fiber, the warmers are . The packets are simple to use. When you open the wrapper exposing the contents to air, the materials react together to produce heat through an extremely fast oxidation (or rusting) process. Users should allow 10 to 20 minutes for the warmers to reach their optimal temperatures, and can count on warmth for up to 18 hours.