HotShotz an Unusual Favorite at SHOT Show

If you’ve been following along this week you’ll know that I wasn’t afforded much time to look around on the show floor. However, I did find an interesting product in the new products area. I think you’ll like it.

HotShotz Reusable Heat Packs

Think of something like Hot Hands but better. HotShotz heat packs are made from a non-toxic food grade solution encased in medical-grade vinyl. HotShotz heat packs are made from a non-toxic food grade solution encased in medical-grade vinyl. Push a button your pack will instantly crystallize right before your eyes creating a chemical heat-producing reaction.

Within ten seconds the Hot Shotz heat pack transforms from a liquid to a solid as it heats up to 130 degrees (f). To reset the pack, place it in a pot of boiling water and it will rejuvenate back to its liquid form.

HotShotz comes in a variety of shapes and sizes including hand warmers, seat warmers, back straps, neck and shoulder wraps, arm and leg wraps, and facemasks. They also offer private labeled products making the heat packs a great promotional product. Additionally, these instant, portable, reusable intense heat devices are made int the United States.

HotShotz are available now in a variety of sizes.

3×5 Handwarmer MSRP $10.00


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