When the temperature drops, it's the extremities that grow cold most quickly, especially the fingertips. To keep the digits comfy and warm, an inventor from Bronx, N.Y., InventHelp Inventor develops Tech Warmer 2.0., warming gloves (MTN-2094).
The invention is patented. The apparel keeps hands warm and cozy. The gloves are designed to work indefinitely in cold weather. They prevent fingertips from getting frigid, which reduces the risk of frostbite.
The patented gloves incorporate built-in heating elements, as well as a temperature control. There also is an LCD display that shows the internal temperature inside the gloves and the outside temperature. The gloves make being outdoors in winter more enjoyable.
The inventor's personal experience inspired his idea. "I conceived of a unique idea to help consumers keep their hands warm indefinitely in cold weather," he said. "I wanted something that was multifunctional too - something that was still not available on the market."