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Milwaukee Tool gear is ready for the cold

The power tool manufacturer has introduced its latest Heated Gear workwear.

BY HBSDealer Staff

It might be a heat wave outside, but Milwaukee Tools is already prepared to kick off its 9th season of heated gear for cold weather work.

A refreshed line of Heated Gear features faster heating technology, garment improvements, as well as overall enhancements to improve the wearer’s experience, the tool manufacturer says. In addition, Milwaukee will also introduce a brand new Heated Gear category with the addition of M12 Heated AXIS Jackets and Vests.

Powered by M12 RedLithium battery technology, the M12 Heated ToughShell Jackets use carbon fiber heating elements to create and distribute heat to the chest, back, and front pockets. This year, Milwaukee added a new quick-heat function that helps deliver heat three times faster than before, fully heating up the jacket in 2.5 minutes.

Built to survive the elements both on and off the jobsite, these jackets utilize ToughShell stretch polyester for five times a longer life than other soft-shell jackets. Returning this year are various popular features such as 3 heat settings, up to 8 hours of run-time, and machine washable construction.

The 2018 lineup includes black, red, and new Realtree EDGE camo. Each ships with the M12 Compact Charger and Portable Power Source for ideal on-the-go charging via micro-USB in wall outlets, vehicles, or computers.

Powered by M12 RedLithium battery technology, the M12 Heated Hoodies use carbon fiber heating elements to create and distribute heat to the chest and back. A new Quick-Heat function helps deliver heat 3 times faster than before, fully heating up the hoodie within 2.5 minutes.

Milwaukee’s newest additions to the Heated Gear line are the M12 Heated AXIS Jackets and Vests. A hybrid construction featuring the new AXIS Ripstop Polyester provides a lightweight, compressible design that can be used as an outer shell or a mid-layer and protects the wearer from wind and water.

 

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