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ORORO Men' Battery Heated Winter Jacket $189.99 (Was $309.99) Shipped @ ORORO

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Features about ORORO Heated Apparel:
-Up to 10 hours of run-time
-3 or 4 heating zones (depends on styles)
-UL certified safe and palm-size battery
-3-Year Warranty
-No.1 everyday heated clothing brand in the US.

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  • +1

    Where in Australia would you ever need a heated jacket?

    • This is a fair question. I have lived in a much colder country, and even then a good down jacket will keep you warm enough. There are few places in Australia where you would get to use this. And it's not like anyone will be travelling overseas in a hurry :)

    • +3

      I lived in Tasmania for 25 years and would have loved this for mornings where it would be minus 5.

    • +4

      ACT, Vic, Tas, parts of NSW .. a decent % of the country.

  • +6

    At work, people looking at you charging your jacket, what a time to be alive

  • +2

    Canberra! if you work outdoors.

    • +1

      or Snowy mountains

      • Wouldn't your employer need to provide you with protective clothing if you were working in exposed conditions for extended periods of time?
        Or is it a tax-claimable expense?

        • +1

          It's a simple answer to the question "where in Australia would you ever need a heated jacket" not why or who will provide it.

          • -1

            @BrownManWalking: OK, just that your comment isn't showing as in reply to that question

  • Total Tools has a sale on these at the moment.

  • why doesn't someone give these out to the homeless - oh wait - someone would rob them for it, hit them over the head with a hammer and then set fire to them to cover up the theft and assault… maybe not

    • Hobo being better dressed than me …

    • +2

      Nothing to stop people purchasing one (or more) and giving them to the homeless.
      The homeless would need access to an electricity outlet to re-charge every 10 hours, which may or may not be practical in all cases.

      • yes state governmenst could do that for the ones that refuse to go into shelters because they won't kill their pets.

        typical fascist government care in oz these days - get the homeless of the streets because of covid cept they have to kill their only companions - their pets - to get a spot in digs.

        bloody un-australian that shit.

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