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Milwaukee Heated Jacket This comes complete with M12 Battery and Charger
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Powered by the M12 LITHIUM ION battery, the M12 Cordless Heated Jacket delivers unparalleled comfort to users
on and off the job site.
This multi layered soft shell jacket utilizes new cold weather technology to actively warm the body and stimulate
blood circulation. Three sewn in carbon fiber heating zones distribute heat to core body areas, with a stylish
performance-fit that gives users maximum flexibility and comfort during use.
The M12 Heated Jacket features three heat settings, for varying heat needs and is water and wind resistant for a
variety of weather conditions. Ideal for cold job site conditions and cold outdoor sports and activities, the M12
Heated Jacket delivers continuous heat for up to 6 hours per battery charge. Features:
Superior Run-Time: Up to 6 hours per battery charge
3 Heat Zones distribute heat to core body areas
Convenient Battery Holder Pocket on backside of Jacket
Pockets 2 side hand pockets + Cell Phone/MP3 chest pocket
Jacket Material Soft Shell: 95% Polyester / 5% Spandex
Comes Complete with ;
1 x M12 RED LITHIUM Battery
M12 12Volt 30 Minute Charger CLICK ON THE YOUTUBE ICON FOR A VIDEO LINK TO SEE THIS IN ACTION :
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