When temperatures start dipping and nipping at fingers and toes—indoors or out—these gadgets can bring the heat when and where you need it.
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Take it fishing, take it camping, take it out to the workshop. Wherever you go, the portable and powerful Mr. Heater Little Buddy Heater, powered by propane cylinders, puts out enough heat to nicely dent up to 100 square feet of cold garage, enclosed porches, hunting blinds or any well-ventilated space. Safety features include an oxygen-depletion sensor and automatic shutoff. $70. (800) 227-7776; basspro.com.
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Heating the hands
Freezing fingers make it hard to function out in the cold. The Flambeau Heated Leather Palm Gloves put heating elements on the palm and finger fronts to provide up to four hours of warmth before the included lithium-ion batteries need to be recharged. $110. (800) 227-7776; basspro.com.
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Warms your soles
Slip these ThermaCELL Heated Insoles inside any pair of boots or shoes to warm your feet instantly, to the exact temperature you choose. Three thermostat-controlled settings go up to 110 degrees, run on batteries and—get this—are controlled by a wireless remote with a range of up to seven feet. $130. (800) 237-4444; cabelas.com.
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Plug and play
No extra cables or floor space needed—simply move your heat source to the nearest available electrical outlet. Hammacher Schlemmer’s Wall Outlet Personal Space Heater is small but mighty functional, with a thermostat that goes up to 90 degrees, a two-speed fan and automatic shutoff. $60. (800) 321-1484; hammacher.com.
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Oh so handy
Here’s a little gadget to multitask right along with you out in the woods and fields. The Celestron FireCel Mega 6 is a rechargeable hand warmer, flashlight and device charger all in one. It delivers up to eight hours of heat, 60 hours of light and the ability to charge your other electronics through its USB port. $50. (800) 237-4444; cabelas.com.
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Cold floors under your desk or in the workshop? No problem with the Cozy Toes Carpeted Foot Warmer from Brookstone. This energy-efficient, low-wattage, personal space heater delivers happy heat from the ground up. $75. (866) 576-7337; brookstone.com.
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Add to your warm-robe
Why step out of a hot shower into a cold bathrobe? Brookstone’s Towel Warmer prepares some toasty terrycloth for you to towel dry with, but this handy device is also great for warming robes and blankets. It plugs into a standard outlet and warms to 120 degrees in 10 minutes. $100. (866) 576-7337; brookstone.com.
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Got your back
The Wellrest Neck & Back Warmer helps achy backs, necks and shoulders relax after a long, cold day. Plush to the touch, it features a neck snap to help it stay in place. The generous cord length and multiple heat settings let you position yourself for maximum comfort. $41. (866) 576-7337; brookstone.com.
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Got your back
The Volt Resistance COHO 7v Fleece Heated Vest provides up to two hours of warmth—up to 170 degrees—before plugging in for a recharge. The heat is directed to three key body zones in a lightweight garment that beats the need for layers. $170. (800) 227-7776; voltheat.com.
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Warm shower anywhere
Enjoy a warm shower in the cold woods with the Mr. Heater BaseCamp BOSS XW18 Battery-Operated Shower System. It runs for up to 40 minutes and has a faucet option as well. Propane provides the heat, and it recharges with its AC or DC adaptors. $280. (800) 227-7776; basspro.com.
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Back from a long, cold day in the woods or on the fishing boat? Settle back into the heating and massaging comforts of the rustically styled Lane Furniture Lodge Collection Wall-saver Recliner. Leave your camouflage on, and you might sink into that comfort without anyone even knowing you’re there. $700. (800) 227-7776; basspro.com.