INNOPAW Hand Warmers 2023 Review — MacSources

MacSources
6 min readDec 5, 2023

Keep your hands/pockets nice and toasty this winter with rechargeable hand warmers.

Over the past weekend, my 12-year-old son and I had a Scout campout with indoor and outdoor activities. I had access to power at the main administration building and could charge the device during meals. To practice the “Leave no Trace” principles, I purchased a reusable hand warmer instead of the single use, disposable type. I was excited by the prospect of a device with emergency backup power (if needed), that could also provide 10–12 hours of hand warmth. The INNOPAW OT-83 Hand Warmers promised to fit the need perfectly.

Packaging:

The INNOPAW Hand Warmers arrived in a 3 5/8 inches wide by 5 3/8 inches tall by 2 inches thick retail package. Instead of a flat, white background, the company used a matte-black color scheme. The cover panel provided a generic “Hand Warmers” name along the top panel, the OT-83 product model, and the company name along the bottom. The main showcase was the ink outline drawing of the dual/split warmers on the cover.

As an interesting aside, I found it odd that the “od” of the word “Product” was listed in a different font than the rest of the word. Each of the side panels listed four product feature icons. The right panel listed the following: 2 IN 1 Magnetic Design, 5000 mAh*2, 3 Adjustable Temprature, Safety Protection). The left side panel listed: Power Bank, Quick Charge, Reusable, Lasting Warmth). The rear panel provided a product warning, manufacturing contact information, product manufacturing labels, and the “Made in China” label. Even though many people may not care about the packaging, I appreciate the details and nuance of the presentation.

I lifted the lid and removed the plastic-wrapped paired warmers from a thin foam belt. I found a light grey, 3 1/2 inches wide by 5 inches tall drawstring bag, “Separable magnetic Hand Warmer” User Manual, and dual USB-A to USB-C cables hiding beneath the internal cardboard separator. Before perusing the manual, I plugged a Klein Tools Multimeter into a UGREEN…

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