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Re: Heated Waterproof Golf Jacket 7 years 5 months ago #52348

jimblane wrote:
"honey.... that jacket you bought me...


did you get a receipt? its not really waterproof enough "

haha Shhhhh We are keeping that a secret from JD ! ;)

Re: Heated Waterproof Golf Jacket 7 years 5 months ago #52437

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Re: Heated Waterproof Golf Jacket 7 years 5 months ago #52721

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I could go for that, but in the women's fit and in black.

Actually, the teal-ish color is pretty hot, too:



It says it reached up to 135F as the maximum surface temperature, though. That's enough to cause burns if you're not careful, isn't it?
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Jessi wrote:
I could go for that, but in the women's fit and in black.

Actually, the teal-ish color is pretty hot, too:



It says it reached up to 135F as the maximum surface temperature, though. That's enough to cause burns if you're not careful, isn't it?

I really like the teal, too.

As for the temperature bit, yes, it could technically burn you if you were touching it directly and holding your hand on it. Chances are, it's not usually going to reach that high, though, and you won't be holding it against you directly.

Re: Heated Waterproof Golf Jacket 7 years 4 months ago #54474

I would think they would have had to do tons of testing with this before release. Especially how bad someone could get hurt if this malfunctioned. So I would said its safe ! I hope ! ;)
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You would think so. But then you hear about all these products that malfunction or end up hurting people because they haven't been tested enough. I wouldn't expect it to get too high, but who knows?