We totally get it - you're wondering if heated clothing is safe to wear! Well, there's no need to worry - yes, it is completely safe! Heated apparel is made for so many different kinds of outdoor activities, like working, sports, riding your motorcycle, and more. Plus, the heating system components are securely insulated within the layers of the clothing. Still have questions about heated clothing? We've got you covered - check out some answers to the most frequently asked questions below!
Water + Electricity?
When it comes to heated jackets, some people are concerned about the risk of electric leakage or shock in wet or snowy weather. After all, electric current doesn't mix well with water, and the jacket has electric elements and wires in it. But no need to fret! If you stick to the washing instructions, you don't have to worry about it. The heated jacket you find in stores typically have very low volts, like 5V or 7.4V, so the electricity won't cause any harm. Plus, most good quality heated jackets like WHITE MONTE’s jackets are designed to be waterproof and windproof, so you don't have to worry about anything - really! You can still enjoy outdoor activities regardless of the weather.
Do heated jackets have radiation?
Heated jackets offer unbeatable comfort and warmth without any of the health risks associated with radiation exposure. Unlike x-rays, powered only by a 12V DC battery, these jackets are completely free from creating any dangerous high-frequency EMF radiation. Plus, not all radiation is malignant, the far-infrared heat radiation released by heated apparel actually has many health benefits, such as improving blood circulation, so you can stay both toasty and healthy. Investing in a heated jacket is simply a no-brainer. Not only do they provide comfort and warmth, but they do so safely, making sure your health is never compromised.
Are heated jackets a fire hazard?
Heated clothing is powered by small batteries, providing a safe power that won't get too hot. The highest temperature it can reach is 50°C (or 120°F) so you never have to worry about it getting too toasty; it won't keep heating up once it reaches that temperature
Are heated jackets allowed on airlines?
Sure thing! Heated clothing is totally allowed on planes, but be sure to keep any power banks or rechargeable lithium-ion batteries with you in your carry-on, rather than in your checked luggage. That way, you can stay toasty on your flight!
To make the airport security process a bit quicker, don't forget to take off your jacket and put it in the X-ray bins. Remember to separate any power banks or batteries from your clothing too before sending them through.
Safety Instructions for heated jacket
To ensure you have an enjoyable wearing experience, here are some important safety instructions that we recommend you follow for your heated jacket..
- Before washing your heated apparel, remember to remove the battery and place it in a mesh laundry bag.
- Do not bleach or iron the apparel
- Avoid using pins which could cause damage to the electric wires.
- Additionally, ensure that the battery is not kept in contact with any metal objects as this could cause electrical short circuits.
- Lastly, remember to keep the battery away from any moisture or liquids.
Trust the warmth of heated apparel to keep you comfortable and cozy throughout the chilly winter season! Reliable and safe, this clothing will be your devoted companion, standing by you every step of the way to make sure nothing but good times come your way.