Prepare for Winter With Keis Heated Gloves
WINTER IS COMING!! As the winter rapidly approaches in England, we can expect plummeting temperatures making everyday task and chores a lot harder in the cold, brisk winter weather. With mornings getting steadily colder, turning into colder evenings, leading into consistently cold months up to come.
These harsh weather conditions make it increasingly difficult to gain the motivation to go outside and tackle the cold weather head-on, so take a second and imagine if in these freezing temperatures your mode of transports for work or just general daily activities was via motorcycle. With the cold winds speeding through you it is essential to get the perfect Keis heated gloves and winter clothing to stop you from freezing to your handlebars.
How to Choose the Right Keis Heated Gloves
Keis Heated gloves are the most efficient and practical way to warm your hands while on your motorcycle as they are exposed to the harsh environment during the winter months. With a variety of sizes and different heating methods including chemical and electrical battery-powered heating, it is essential to choose Keis heated gloves that are best for your day to day use.
One important consideration to investigate before purchasing Keis heated gloves is the size that you choose. For the Keis heated gloves to have an optimal effect the gloves need to fit well with your hands as this type of technological apparel will only have maximum effect if the material fits closely and is in contact with the skin. However, you must find a fine balance between sizes as if you choose Keis heated gloves that are too small and that fit too tight increase the risk of kink and wire damage permanently having detrimental effects to the glove’s functionality.
Get the Most Out of Your Keis Heated Gloves
Improve the efficiency, functionality, extend the battery life and maintain the quality of the Keis heated gloves by following these simple steps to ensure you make the most out of your Keis heated gloves.
- Set the heat of your gloves onto a low-temperature setting until you need to turn the heat level up to the maximum
- Once your hands have warmed up to a comfortable temperature, so you are no longer feeling the cold on your hands, preserve your battery and turn them off once they have reached a good temperature. This will ensure you are not wasting battery and your Keis heated gloves will have a charge when you need them
- Store your Keis heated gloves in a backpack or travel box on your motorcycle so that the remaining intake and do not get damage which may affect their functionality
- Only hand wash your heated gloves, never machine wash them and ensure the battery is removed. Machine washing the gloves will move the insulation and targeted warmth will be compressed