Milwaukee adding heated gloves

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This fall Milwaukee Tool will launch the first heated gloves designed to survive the jobsite and outlast the elements.

The USB Rechargeable Heated Gloves provide up to six hours of runtime and are designed with features to improve overall dexterity and mobility.

The gloves also feature three heat settings (low, medium and high) and fully heat up in just 2-1/2 minutes, according to the company.

“Our new USB Rechargeable Heated Gloves are a first for the industry, offering high-performance in trade applications and providing an improved experience when compared to the heated glove offerings used in other industries as well,” product manager Kaue Cavalcantesaid in a statement.

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