✅ TOP 5: Best Heated Jacket 2019


Are you looking for the best heated jacket? In this video we’ll break down the top heated
jackets available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best heated jackets on the market, we have included links in the description for
each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off at number 1 we have the ORORO
Men’s Soft Shell Heated Jacket. For those who want a high quality, reliable
heated jacket, this is your best pick. Made of 100% polyester, it has a special coating
that makes it fully waterproof. The wrists and collar close tightly to keep
out wind and water. Thanks to the added layers of insulation,
you’ll find this is warm even when the heating elements are turned off, but it’s lightweight
enough that you can wear it anywhere. The jacket isn’t as durable as it could be—a
downside to polyester—and you’ll find the sizes run a bit large. However, it’s fully machine washable (even
with the heating elements built-in) and designed with multiple fail-safes so there’s no risk
of a short circuit while you’re wearing it. It’s a fairly stylish, good-looking option
that will be worth every penny. The heating element is powered by a built-in
4400 mAh, 4-volt battery, which can be charged via USB cable. The battery delivers up to 8 hours of run
time (on the lowest heat setting), and you get four settings to choose from—easily
controlled via the button built into the jacket. The heaters are built into your chest and
mid-back, keeping your torso nice and warm. The heating element spreads out enough that
your whole upper body will feel the heat. All you have to do is switch it on, and say
sayonara to the chills! Starting at $135, this is definitely on the
pricier side for a jacket, but one of the best-priced heating jackets on our list. It delivers reliability and warmth—the two
things you’re looking for in a great jacket! At number 2 we have the DEWALT 20V Lightweight
Heated Jacket. For guys who want a durable jacket that will
last them for many winters, DeWalt’s heated jacket is definitely a top pick. With its water-resistant polyester outer shell,
you’ll find the jacket can take quite the beating (from outdoor work or sports) without
damage. The shell is thick and can handle more wear
and tear than any other jacket on our list. Working men will love the five zippered pockets,
which give you plenty of carrying space for all your tools and gadgets. The jacket isn’t so bulky that it hinders
your freedom of movement, but it is thick enough to keep you warm all winter long, even
if the heater is switched off. Great for a working man! The jacket comes with four heating zones (chest
and back), so it will spread the heat all over your upper body very effectively. The built-in heating element is slim and lightweight
so as not to hamper your freedom of movement. For those who want to slip into a warm garment,
the pre-heat setting is absolute magic! The jacket’s built-in battery can even be
used to charge your phone, thanks to the 2 USB charging ports. Sadly, battery life on this bad boy is below
average—you get just 2-4 hours of use on the higher settings, or 6-7 on the highest
setting. The lifespan of the battery is also pretty
poor, with less than 2 years of regular use before it craps out. However, the jacket is compatible with any
12V and 20V DeWalt battery, so it will be a simple matter to replace when it fails. Starting at $195 and going as high as $220,
this is definitely on the pricier side of things. However, the jacket itself is durable and
worth the price, though you may need to prepare yourself to spend a bit more on new batteries
down the line. At number 3 we have the Bosch PSJ120XL-102
Soft Shell Heated Jacket. For guys who want form over function, this
is the jacket for you. It’s stylish, lightweight, and sleek, giving
you great freedom of movement and versatility. Sadly, this means it sacrifices a bit of insulation,
so it won’t be suitable for proper cold winters without the heating element. It’s also not the most durable, and is prone
to wear and tear. However, it’s a VERY convenient jacket, thanks
to the five deep pockets that offer you plenty of storage space, the 2 USB ports to charge
your smartphone/devices, and the water- and wind-proof design. If you want a jacket that you can wear through
a mild (California or Florida) winter, this is your best choice. The built-in heater runs on a 12V Bosch battery,
and it delivers up to 5 hours of run time on the lowest setting, or 2-3 hours on the
highest setting. The battery itself is durable and will last
for hundreds of recharges, but it will wear out quicker as a result of this short run
time (meaning more re-charges). However, while the heater is on, you will
definitely be warm! The three heat zones (back and chest) ensure
that your whole upper body stays warm, and you can easily switch through the 3 heat settings. With the USB charger, you can plug your jacket
into the wall while at work to top up the battery. Or, if your battery is running out, switch
it out with any 12V Bosch batterey. Starting at $170 and running as high as $210,
this is slightly better priced than the DeWalt jacket. Though it lacks the durability, it’s lighter
and more versatile, not to mention a lot more stylish! At number 4 we have the Knap Cordless Heated
Jacket. If you’re a hiker who needs to stay warm in
the great outdoors, this is the jacket for you. Made from 95% polyester and 5% Spandex, it’s
lightweight, wind and waterproof, and surprisingly warm even when the heater is switched off. You’ll find that it makes a very good thermal
layer in harsh climates, making it the perfect jacket to wear beneath a heavy arctic overcoat
or on its own. The jacket is sleek and sporty, with a fitted
design that makes it perfect for hiking, camping, and outdoor sports—basically any activity
that requires a free range of movement. Definitely your best choice for a hiking trip! The built-in heater is powered by a 4400 mAh,
7.4V lithium battery, which is easily recharged and delivers above average run time—up to
8 hours on the lowest setting. The jacket doesn’t come with an instruction
manual, but once you figure out how to switch on the heater, it’s easy to control. The heating zones built into the front and
back will keep your entire torso warm, no matter how cold it gets. At $130, this is one of the lowest-priced
jackets on our list, and one of the most comfortable as well. Worth every penny if you’re planning a winter
hike or camping trip. And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the FirstGear Heated Men’s Liner. This jacket is cut in the classic motorcycle
design, with a shorter waist and higher collar to keep you warm and comfortable on your bike. It’s made with water and wind-proof materials,
with a cinch at the wrist and collar to ensure no wind gets into your coat while you ride. It’s durable, lightweight, and surprisingly
stylish. The jacket comes with zippered pockets to
store your gadgets, keys, and accessories, but it can be rolled up and stored in its
own zippered pouch when not in use. The thermal lining is surprisingly warm once
the heater is on, but it’s temperature-neutral when the heater is off—perfect for all-weather
use. The jacket comes with three heating elements,
powered not by a built-in battery, but by the battery of your motorcycle. Simply plug the accompanying cord into your
motorcycle’s 12V power supply, and it will keep the heater running for as long as the
jacket’s plugged in. Of course, the pro of never running out of
battery life while riding is balanced out by the con of being unable to use the jacket
away from your bike or a power supply. The jacket also comes with attachments for
heated gloves, which you can easily plug into the cord sleeves for instant power and warmth. At $200, this is on the pricier side, especially
considering it doesn’t have a built-in battery. However, for those intending to spend long
hours riding, the continuous power supply of the motorbike makes this a top choice! So that sums up our top heated jackets of
2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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