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Heated Gloves vs. Regular Gloves: Which is Right for You?

20 Jun 2023 0 Comments

Anyone who spends time outdoors during the winter knows they should always leave the house with appropriate clothing, including gloves to keep their hands warm. After all, our extremities—like our hands and feet—tend to become colder more quickly than the rest of our body, and trying to use freezing fingers is a challenge for us.

This brings up the crucial query: Are heated gloves worth it while spending time outside? Are a simple pair of gloves sufficient to stay warm?

How to respond this question will mostly rely on you and your way of life. Let’s examine the comparisons of heated gloves and regular gloves so you can select the solution that will serve you best.

Heated Gloves vs Regular Gloves:

Winter is here and keeping your hands warm is essential for your comfort in cold weather. When it comes to gloves, you have 2 options - heated gloves and regular gloves, serving different purposes.

 

Venustas Heated gloves

Regular gloves

Warmth

Built-in Heating Technology;

2 Heating Settings

No Built-in Heating Technology

 

Material

Lambskin & Polyester

Fleece, Wool, Polyester, Or Synthetic Material

Water-Resistant

Yes

No(Most of Them)

Weight

A Little Weight

Lightweight

Occasions

Not Limited

Limited

Price

A Little Expensive

Cheap

 

Warmth:

Heated gloves are designed to keep your hands warm in colder temperatures, while regular gloves do not have any heating technology. Heated gloves can provide warmth for a longer duration and the temperature can be adjusted according to your preference. On the other hand, regular gloves may lose their warmth quickly and cannot be adjusted. Also, heated gloves have built-in heating elements that are integrated into the gloves to provide warmth.

Using Material:

Venustas battery-operated gloves are made of lambskin and polyester. The shell is designed to be water-resistant and windproof while still maintaining excellent breathability. Regular gloves are typically made of materials such as wool, leather, or synthetic fabrics, which offer some degree of warmth and cold protection.

Water Resistance:

Venustas electric gloves feature water-resistant and windproof, rendering them highly suitable for outdoor pursuits, like skiing or snowboarding. Some regular gloves may not possess water-resistant abilities, which could pose a challenge in damp weather. 

Weight:

Typically, the incorporation of a battery and heating elements typically results in a comparatively greater weight of electric gloves. Traditional gloves are comparatively lighter and can be worn for prolonged durations with greater ease.

Occasions:

When engaging in outdoor activities or in areas with extremely low temperatures, individuals may consider battery-operated gloves as a more suitable choice, given their capability of offering superior warmth and protection. Even not turn on the buttom,  the eletric gloves also can be regular gloves that are capable of ensuring warmth for the wearers. Additionally, the water-resistant shell offers protection against wind and water, thereby shielding the hands from harsh weather conditions. However, for daily use and milder weather conditions, regular gloves may be more suitable.

Price:

Electric gloves are generally more expensive than regular gloves due to the awesome features such as heating elements and batteries.

How to Choose Heated Gloves?

When it comes to choosing heated gloves, there are several factors to consider to ensure maximum comfort and effectiveness. Here are some tips to help you choose the right heated gloves for your needs:

  • Ensure heated gloves made from high-quality, durable and comfortable, water-resistant materials.
  • Make sure the gloves have a long battery life so that they can last the entire duration of your activity.
  • Choosethe gloves have adjustable heat settings to suit your preferences and the weather conditions.
  • Fit well and be comfortable to wear and measure your hands and choose the right size accordingly.
  • Make sure they are waterproof if you plan to use the gloves in wet conditions.

Conclusion

When deciding between battery-operated gloves and regular gloves, consider your specific needs and how you plan to use the gloves. If you spend a lot of time outdoors in the cold, heated gloves may be a better option for you. They will provide more warmth and protection than regular gloves. However, if you only need gloves for everyday use, regular gloves will be sufficient.

 

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Read Venustas heated jacket manual:

Heated apparel 5V

Heated apparel 7.4V

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