My apologies if this seems long-winded but my goal is to be as helpful as possible and not contribute to the overwhelming number of misguided/ unhelpful reviews posted by individuals who are hoping for some discount or freebie as a result of their "dissatisfaction". Like many, I have been struggling to manage my Raynaud's symptoms for years. I am a home inspector in the Mid-Atlantic region of the US, and a someone who loves the outdoors but for the last 15 years or so, simply being in a well air-conditioned room would cause my symptoms to flair up- my hands develop red/purple blotches and eventually, beginning with my fingertips, I completely lose blood flow. This is not only uncomfortable/painful but also embarrassing, often having to go into a full blown explanation about my condition to anyone who notices (which happens often). More importantly, it impacts my ability to focus during my inspections as well as being able to enjoy any outdoor activity, when the temperature is anything less than let's say 70 degrees. After several months of researching, I found that you can spend $30 to $500 on a pair of heated gloves- and I believe that in most cases, you get what you pay for, which immediately eliminated just about anything under $150. In looking at what I thought was my best options (Stormtracker being on the list), I realized that even at the highest price point, there would be reviews stating the products were a waste of money. Not waterproof, dismal battery life, battery malfunction, even unnoticeable increase in temperature at the highest setting! This was extremely unsettling for me, as I really just wanted/ need a product that was quality and did the job (price really didn't matter much considering, the right pair of gloves could have a huge impact on my quality of life). I received my gloves last night and they fit and look fantastic! I used them this morning to take the dog out (about 35 degrees) and for the first time, I came back inside with warm hands.