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These work great for winter hiking if you tend to have cold feet, or Raynaud's.

Thanks for posting this!

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Real Estate people always say - value is based on Location - Location - Location, but it is also about timing....

I was in New York City for New Years eve 2 yrs ago. I - and a million or so friends froze for about 8 hours standing waiting to see a ball drop. I had a dozen of these with me. I gave them to people standing around me. I could have sold them for $20 EACH.

These little hotties WORK, and if you need them, if you really need them, if you are stuck, standing in a bone-chillingly cold place, they're worth WAY more than Woot would ever ask for them.

I'm in for 3.

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Here's something more "environmentally friendly:"

http://www.amazon.com/Hand-Warmers-HotSnapZ-Reusable-Pocket/dp/B004CV2YXE/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1357907760&sr=8-13&keywords=reusable+heat+packs

I used a larger one when I hurt my back and I can't recommend these enough. They're slightly more expensive but they'll last for more than one use.

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Do these things have an expiration date at all? I'd like to buy a pack and save some for a Packer game at Lambeau next season.

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Shelf life is roughly 3 yrs according to expiration date and they are much cheaper at costco, at least here in canada they are... I got 40 pairs with 5 bonus body warmers (bigger ones) for about 9 bucks if I'm not mistaken (going by memory).. and the feet ones were about 12 or 13 dollars but the box had less... I think 20 or 30 pairs .

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I send packages overseas to our deployed troops. I think I'll order these to put in some of those packages.

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For other body parts, why not use the water bag? It's around $20 at Walmart but with boiling hot water you can reuse over and over. Can't be more environmentally friendly than reusing water. ;)

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My feet get cold, so this is tempting to have around... but thought I'd add that Amazon has 30 pairs of "toe warmers" by the same brand for basically the same price right now. They won't cover the whole length of a foot, but seem to be a few inches long and toes are usually the coldest part anyway (for me at least).

http://www.amazon.com/Little-Hotties-Adhesive-Toe-Warmers/dp/B001GKLWNC

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I have chronic cold feet and have used the toe warmers for years. These are amazing. Currently I am under treatment for plantar faciaitis and using these foot warmers to keep my foot warm, which increasers the blood flow, is really helping it to heal. I've always wished there would be a whole foot warmer out there that was affordable. I've seen these at sporting goods stores locally for $3. apiece and wished I'd bought them when I've been skiing or hiking in the cold weather. I've bought 3 boxes so far and have already used one.

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The box I just purchased from woot last month or so has an expiration date of 12/31/2014. The package instructions say to dispose of with household garbage. The ingredients are environmentally safe. Similar ones sell at the sporting goods stores for $2.95 per pair.

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Some of the comments regarding reusable toe/foot/hand warmers may not have the same experience as those near the frozen tundra. Sometimes you have to drive for hours to get where your going, get out, tailgate for a few hours, then go into a outdoor stadium or other venue. There is no place to warm up your reusable water bottles, etc. For the first time I bought some toe warmers for last weeks playoff game. My feet will get cold in 20 minutes of sedentary activity. Loved them! But not the transition from boot sole to toe warmer, I'd like to try the whole foot warmer. They make your cheap winter boots toasty.