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    Default Where to get cheap heat packs?

    Will be going for holiday in winter country soon... need to get some heat packs.. those in travel shops and sports shop are pretty expensive.. anyone knows where to get cheap heat packs?

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    dunno how cheap is cheap, or how ex are those in the sport shops.. but perhaps can try "Winter Time" .. there is a branch in east point.. they sell this kinds of stuff.. there is a hand heat packs and slightly larger ones for body perhaps
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    Make your own heat pack ? try google search.
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    Heat pack are cheap but make sure you try out a pack or 2 you buy here before really considering it for use during winter. Most of them cannot make it.
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    Beach Road Army Market. A couple of years ago, I bought each one for $0.50 . Not sure if the price has gone up (probably, judging by every other damn thing nowadays)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dominator View Post
    Heat pack are cheap but make sure you try out a pack or 2 you buy here before really considering it for use during winter. Most of them cannot make it.
    I think not very useful the one I bought. I think proper clothing, ensuring cold air does not leak in is so much more useful. My body can generate a lot more heat than the heat pack

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    to me, heat packs are useful to keep my hands warm when not operating my cam.
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    Thanks for all the feedback!

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    are u using them on the batteries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wind30 View Post
    I think not very useful the one I bought. I think proper clothing, ensuring cold air does not leak in is so much more useful. My body can generate a lot more heat than the heat pack

    You're missing the whole point of the heatpack then bro Hands hands hands. Like CYRN mentioned, trying to operate a camera with thick gloves is near impossible

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