Milwaukee® Delivers All Day Heat for the Work You Do

30/11/2014

Milwaukee® Delivers All Day Heat for the Work You Do

Milwaukee® Tool will continue to expand its line of M12™ Heated Gear. As pioneers in power tool battery enabled heated gear, the new line includes a ground-up redesign of  M12™ Heated Jackets in different colour options for on and off the jobsite.

Powered by M12™ REDLITHIUM-ION™ Battery Technology, Milwaukee® Heated Gear distributes heat across the chest and back to actively warm core body areas. Durable carbon fiber heating elements woven in between rugged exterior materials and thermal insulating liners generate and maintain heat to reduce the need for bulky layers. Three heat settings (High, Medium and Low) allow the user to select the right amount of warmth for all weather conditions. All new M12™ Heated Jackets are fully machine washable and dryable for extended use.  

Redesigned for optimal fit, better heat retention and improved versatility, the new Milwaukee® M12™ Heated Jackets feature an improved cut that provides an enhanced range of motion and keeps heat closer to the body. Now with a new two-tone color design, the rugged wind and water resistant shell keeps weather out, while improved insulation and a thermal fleece lining hold heat in to reduce the number of layers needed. For added versatility, two distinct heat zones (back and chest, lower pockets) can be adjusted independently to provide the right amount of heat for any situation, and an oversized cargo pouch and utility pocket have been added for storage. A USB charging power port conveniently charges all portable electronic devices, while displaying remaining run time for the battery. The new jackets will be available in Black, Red and RealtreeXtra® Camo

 

On or off the jobsite, Milwaukee M12™ Heated Gear provides on an average heat and battery setup up to 6 hours of continuous heat per battery charge for use in all seasons and outdoor environments.  M12™ REDLITHIUM-ION™ Batteries are compatible with over 60 power tool solutions from Milwaukee.