Volt’s Heated Socks – Amazing!

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When we travel to places that are cold in the winter, I HATE cold feet. If my feet are cold, I’m just miserable. Volt Resistance sent me a pair of their heated sock liners to check out and share my thoughts with you. This item is going to change my life!

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These provide delicious warmth to keep my feet warm and toasty. The fabric wicks moisture away so you don’t end up with sweaty feet (no one wants sweaty feet!!). Each sock has its own battery and the batteries are super light. The batteries snugly fit right into a small pocket on each sock.

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The heat source is on the bottom of the sock and so it warms the bottom of your foot.

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It’s super easy to charge the batteries. You simply plug into the wall, and there’s a red light on each battery. When they’re charged, the light on each battery turns from red to green.

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It’s easy to find where to attach each battery. Take a look:

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And one of the coolest things is this nifty remote control! There are three heat settings: high, medium and low. And if you really want to up your game, there are two battery leg straps in case you want to purchase separately Volt’s VB350 5000mAh battery which will give you eight hours of heat on the highest setting, and 20+ on the low setting.

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Want to know more about Volt Products? Click here to see the top ten reasons to choose Volt Heated Clothing. There are several quality products to keep you warm and comfortable!

Volt Top Ten Reasons

You can go here to buy a pair of these yourself, and they would make a perfect gift! Don’t want to wait? The great folks at Volt are letting us give away a pair! Just enter through the easy Rafflecopter App below. Good luck!

 

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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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