1. awindsr's Avatar
    For those of you that have to deal with colder climates ;have outdoor employment, or other reasons to be outside in the cold; i picked up a couple of Milwaukee heated hoodies from their factory outlet and just thought I'd pass along a thumbs up for these products. They have a line of heated clothing that is going to make the cold weather a little more tolerable.
    3 heat settings, red-hot, blue - medium heat, and white -low.
    Really liking it. Even make a women's cut jacket that i am getting for my wife, as she has to be outside with the kids at the elementary school.
    If you already own some Milwaukee tools and have a few batteries, you can buy the jacket without the charger and battery to cut the cost down about $50 bucks. The women's jacket only comes as a full kit for $199. Hunters should check out the new Real tree camo version of last year's model. Nice stuff.
    Cheers.

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    09-12-14 09:32 PM
  2. middbrew's Avatar
    Interesting. Are you selling them?
    09-14-14 08:06 PM
  3. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    Have a couple...work well.

    Eazzy Peazzy
    awindsr likes this.
    09-14-14 08:20 PM
  4. nathfren's Avatar
    My brother and cousins work a lot outdoors in the winter for their job and they swear by Milwaukee coats and their other products.

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    09-14-14 09:38 PM
  5. just_luc's Avatar
    I've considered picking up some heated gear for my motorcycle for the early spring and late fall.. didn't know Milwaukee made any.. good to keep on the list. Although I don't really need it to be cordless if it costs more. Getting something I can plug into my 12v outlet is probably more beneficial.

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    09-14-14 10:00 PM
  6. awindsr's Avatar
    I've considered picking up some heated gear for my motorcycle for the early spring and late fall.. didn't know Milwaukee made any.. good to keep on the list. Although I don't really need it to be cordless if it costs more. Getting something I can plug into my 12v outlet is probably more beneficial.

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    Milwaukee have a 12 volt adapter for such purpose.
    Last edited by awindsr; 09-15-14 at 11:01 AM.
    09-15-14 10:14 AM
  7. awindsr's Avatar
    Interesting. Are you selling them?
    No, I don't sell them.
    I own a construction business and am impressed with them and just wanted to pass along a first hand experience.
    middbrew likes this.
    09-15-14 10:17 AM
  8. awindsr's Avatar
    I'm definitely a fan
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    09-15-14 10:32 AM
  9. awindsr's Avatar
    I've considered picking up some heated gear for my motorcycle for the early spring and late fall.. didn't know Milwaukee made any.. good to keep on the list. Although I don't really need it to be cordless if it costs more. Getting something I can plug into my 12v outlet is probably more beneficial.

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    Also, the heated hoodies may be a good way to go, as you could then wear your primary inclement weather bike jacket over it, using the hoodie as an under garment plugged into the 12 volt adapter your bike.
    You can purchase in red, black, grey and Khaki, without the charger and battery. All machine washable and dryer safe.
    09-15-14 11:06 AM
  10. awindsr's Avatar
    Note: last year models can be purchased far cheaper at any Milwaukee factory service store. Brand new.
    Milwaukee won't sell the current new line for any less than their resellers sell them for. Reasons being, undercutting their resellers would limit availability as others wouldn't bother pushing a product that you could get cheaper at the Factory store. Therefore selling the older product line for less is okay.
    09-15-14 11:14 AM
  11. middbrew's Avatar
    No, I don't sell them.
    I own a construction business and am impressed with them and just wanted to pass along a first hand experience.
    Cool. You gave such a great description and endorsement it almost sounded like you selling them. I will have to check those out. Thanks for passing the info on.
    awindsr likes this.
    09-15-14 02:22 PM

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