Hand Warmer Singapore
If you are looking for hand warmers in Singapore, then this article is perfect for you. We know how difficult it can be to shop online when there is no way of trying the products beforehand. However, we have done all the hard work and found 7 hand warmers that are best in Singapore! Read on to find out more about handwarmers here!
1. Peacock Hand Warmer
|Key Features||Pocketability and quick-warming mechanism|
For its pocketability and quick-warming mechanism, this pint-sized powerhouse scores a position on our list of the finest hand warmers in Singapore. It’s a budget-friendly choice to other hand warmers on the market, so if you’re a nature lover, this is the most natural must-have for your outdoor excursions.
- Long 24-hour life per fill
- 60℃ temperature
- Sleek, tiny design
Take a cheap hoodie and sew in 2 inner pockets up on either side of the chest and place one of these warmers in each pocket. You’ll have yourself a heated jacket that no battery powered one can beat. Even if you work a double shift outdoors during winter. It lasts so long you don’t need to worry about carrying extra fuel, but if you did its just a tiny vile worth. And compared to battery power, you don’t need to worry about extra batteries or waiting hours for anything to recharge. And that also makes it a good survival item. I simply am amazed on how much heat this tiny device can put out vs the amount of fuel it needs to run for such a long time.
2. Savior Heated Gloves
|Price||S$167.74 – S$350.94|
Do you need something more robust? Savior Heated Gloves can help. If tiny, flimsy hand warmers aren’t enough to keep your numb, frostbitten extremities warm, Savior is definitely… well, your savior.
- 3 temperature settings
- Instant heating
I’ve used these gloves now for 6 weeks nearly every day biking to and from work (15 minutes each way), and walking for an hour or so each night in temperatures from -26°C to 0°C (-15°F to 32°F). My hands are about a men’s surgical glove size 8.5 and the XXL glove fits just right. The fabric and materials are good. The quality of the heating is good, I didn’t time how long the batteries last, but enough for the one hour walk and 30 mins of biking. To remove the batteries, you unzip the waterproof zipper on the back cuff side of each glove, and disconnect the battery from its plug in the pocket, and move it to the charger. The charger light turns green after the batteries are charged. One issue I ran into with these gloves is that on three occasions, I put the gloves in my coat pocket to store them after they had been turned off, but the pressure of compressing them in the coat pockets inadvertently turned on the gloves. I caught this twice before the batteries were completely drained, but the third time both batteries were dead. I think this could be fixed by using a different type of switch, perhaps one that can be locked in the off position. Another mildly annoying thing is that the red led light that turns on on the back of the glove when you turn the gloves on is pretty bright and distracting when you are out in the dark, if you don’t want lights to be on your hands. It might also be good to make it possible to disable this red light, but then you woudn’t know when the gloves are on.
3. Hotsnapz Reusables
|Key Features||Reusable hot packet|
The HotSnapz reusable hot pack is activated by pressing the metal disk inside the packet. Because the packets include food-grade sodium acetate, and when the metal disk is bent or flexed, a chemical reaction takes place that warms up the entire packet.
When dropped into boiling water for approximately 10-15 minutes, the paste can be returned to its liquid form. These are a set of eight and last up to 40 minutes.
- Ideal for hot compress
- Reaches high temperatures
4. Zippo Hand Warmer
|Key Features||Long lasting|
Zippo’s trustworthy catalytic hand warmer is an excellent way to keep yourself toasty. If you’re constantly outside or in chilly environments for periods of time, this can keep your hands warm for up to 12 hours.
It’s also simple to operate: simply remove the burner, fill the warmer with lighter fluid, replace the burner in it, and light it up.
- Warms quickly
- Lasts for 2 hours
Make sure to read the instructions thoroughly before filling and using the product, as I had a hard time trying to get the heat started for the first time. You definitely want to let the fuel sit for a few minutes so that it can be absorbed into the warmer. The first time you light the hand warmer will also feel strange, because it seems like you’re holding the flame to light the warmer for much longer than you expect, but this is required. It probably took me about 10-15 seconds of holding the flame at the tip of the hand warmer for it to finally get started.
5. Hot Hands Hand Warmers
|Key Features||Convenient to use|
If you want a warm compress, the Electric Hand Warmers are a popular choice. They’re simple to use and discard: simply shake them and they’ll be ready to use again.
Unlike most brands, they can last 10 hours without issue. They’re tiny and fit easily in your gloves or even your shoes if your toes are starting to get chilly.
- Lasts for 10 hours
- Easy to use
I don’t live in a cold climate, but I purchased these because I had the beginning stages of tendinitis in my Achilles and needed to keep heat on it to promote healing after workouts (significantly reduced intensity so avoid further injury). They take about 15-30 mins to warm up so I’d activate them before I started to get ready for bed and by the time I was getting into bed about 20-30 mins later, they’d be hot. I wore them placed around my ankle (put sock on first and then a hand warmer placed on my ankle and one on my heel and then a compression/support bandage wrapped over to keep them in place). The next morning when I took them off they’d still be warm. I’d place them on the bed and sometimes forget to toss them and 12 hours after activating, they’d still be pretty warm. Tendinitis symptoms were gone in just over a week.
6. Ocoopa Hand Warmer
|Key Features||Smart Safe Heating system|
We were stunned to learn that the OCOOPA Hand Warmer is actually soft and pleasant in the hand, as it is marketed as a low-cost best electric hand warmer. The surface is made of suede-like material, which feels wonderful to touch. Furthermore, the design has curves that make it easy to grip. Bringing this gadget on a trip is a good idea because it weighs just 2 ounces.
- 10,000mAh battery
- Curvy edges
- Up to 10 hours of heating
7. QuickHeat Rechargeable Hand Warmer
|Key Features||Acts double as a cell phone charger|
The QuickHeat Rechargeable Hand Warmer is a tiny, cutesy device with a lovable and tiny design that is clearly aimed towards women. It’s small enough to take everywhere in a handbag or fit inside a jacket pocket. Furthermore, this portable gadget may also be used as a power bank. It will be ideal for individuals who need to keep their phone charged while outdoors.
- AC adapter included
- Tiny design
- 5,200mAh battery
Hand Warmer Singapore
The hand warmers in Singapore are all very different! I’ll give you a hand warmer that’s pocketable, for nature lovers, and to use in the winter. I also wrote about hand warmers that can be used when you’re camping or in a chilly environment.
Before you go, do check out our other articles as well!