Finger Touch Screen Thin Heated Gloves Liners | Sunwill

(3 customer reviews)


primarily highlights:
thin thickness,
super soft,
infrared fibre heating elements all around both back and fingers,
Anti slip design of palm.

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Soft breathable material, comfortable and resilient lycra, super soft thin warming glove liners, even writing is not difficult.
Anti slip design of palm.
Thin heated gloves liner,can wear with other gloves. It’s a comfortable and practical thin heating glove liner great for cold weather.Hand wash or Machine wash (must put heating gloves liner into wash bag).
Superior heating elements. Battery Heated gloves, upgraded far infrared fiber heating elements covers whole back of the hand, fingers and finger tips. Warmer than ordinary battery heating gloves on the market. Especially the fingertips can give you more warmth. Perfect for anyone working in the cold. Rechargeable heated gloves can be stimulate your hands blood circulation.
Conductive PU on the tips of Index Finger to Use Any Touch Screen Device.
Best solution for winter indoor and outdoor driving working or sports activities. Very suitable Raynaud’s, bad circulation, stiff joints. Say goodbye to cold hands.

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Weight0.5 kg
Dimensions30 × 10 × 6 cm

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Usage & Wash & Care:

Usage Instructions:
Always remove the batteries from your gloves when charging
Charge your batteries at room temperature for 4 hours prior to first use
The LED light on the charger will illuminate RED while charging.
The LED light one the charger will illuminate GREEN when Charging is complete.
Carefully connect the power wire inside the glove storage pocket to the battery.
Position the battery inside the glove pocket and seal velcro along the top to secure the battery in place.

Wash and Care
Remove batteries from gloves when being cleaned and stored
Don’t machine wash
Don’t machine dry
Don’t bleach
Don’t iron
Don’t dry clean
Spot clean gloves by hand using only mild detergent
Air dry gloves lying flat


Always remove the batteries from your gloves when charging.

For safety , do not drop , short circuit , or operate under high temperature conditions.

If the device or the battery swells or becomes malformed , please stop using it immediately.

How to prolong the service life of lithium battery for heated gloves

Even if the lithium-ion battery is not used, its power will be slowly lost. What we have to do is not let the battery run out completely. In order to avoid the battery discharging completely, we should charge the battery to about 50% before storage, which takes about 1 hour. Then charge it every five or six months. If the battery can’t start the device, it doesn’t mean that the battery is completely dead. When the power is very low, the battery power can’t start the device. At this time, we should charge your battery. Of course, even if you don’t, the battery can still be used after a long period of charging. My suggestion is in order to better delay the service life of the battery.

Warranty Clauses

Lithium-ion batteries , charger and Gloves covers 6 months of warranty period from the date of purchase.

3 reviews for Finger Touch Screen Thin Heated Gloves Liners | Sunwill

  1. Danny chen

    I like the heating elements around my fingers. I have Raynaud’s and it’s hard to go outside when cold or even to go grocery shopping in the summer. My fingers get cold really fast. I like how thin they are, they are easy to work with. They fit great. I have tried other heating gloves and they just didn’t keep my fingers warm. I have NOT found anything about these gloves I do not like.

  2. Ted

    I bought these gloves for bicycling and motorcycling. My fingers get so darned cold! Regular gloves palms are so thick that my motorcycle’s heated grips can’t get the warmth to palms and fingers. Thin gloves are so thin that the tops of my hands and fingers get cold while the palms are warmer. On the bicycle, the pain from cold cold fingers is just excruciating. Can make me dread 30-degree and colder weather riding. (and I do that a lot to stay fit in the off-season).
    As soon as they arrived, I charged and tried the gloves on. AHHHHHHH! Warmth down to the ends of my fingertips! I sure hope these gloves hold up because I’m instantly in love with them.

    The only drawback is that the LED indicator can show three levels of heating by glowing RED, WHITE, or BLUE. But nowhere does the packaging say which color equals which level. I think RED is the warmest. The other two levels are still a mystery to me. Maybe after actual use on the road, I’ll be able to experiment and tell.

    But I’m so excited about riding with these. It’s supposed to be near freezing Sunday morning. I have a 50-mile training ride to join. Excited to see how the gloves do. I’ll update when I find out. May even change the 4-star to 5-star.

    These are really nice gloves. The workmanship looks excellent. All stitching is straight and precise. They look good and have thinner palms so I can feel the controls, and warm up very nicely. The backs of the gloves are quite thick and provide nice insulation. It was 34 degrees this morning and no warming Sun. My fingers were comfortably “room temperature” with the button indicators glowing red. They were not warm and not cold. After 2 hours, the weather warmed up to 45 degrees and I turned the gloves OFF. My fingers stayed comfortable for the rest of the 4 hour training ride. I’m going to go ahead and raise my assessment to 5-stars.

  3. Williams

    I don’t normally do reviews but these gloves are exceptional. Today I rode in 40 degree weather with a 6 mph headwind wind at an average speed of 18 mph for 30 miles and my hands stated toasty all the way.

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