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Fuel-based hand warmers? #5363624 10/16/14 04:29 PM
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I'm looking for the best option for hand warmers and wonder if anyone has experience with the fuel-based hand warmers like Zippos? Or are the throw-away kind better?


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Re: Fuel-based hand warmers? [Re: staywarmguy] #5363842 10/16/14 06:50 PM
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Throw aways are better. No scent from them like the zippo type.



Re: Fuel-based hand warmers? [Re: staywarmguy] #5363886 10/16/14 07:15 PM
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I have an old Zippo my dad used to use and it will flat burn you up; as a matter of fact, I believe it would keep a small room or tent warm when fired up. As for the scent, hunt downwind.


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Re: Fuel-based hand warmers? [Re: staywarmguy] #5369051 10/20/14 02:39 AM
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correct on the downwind.


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Re: Fuel-based hand warmers? [Re: staywarmguy] #5369064 10/20/14 02:47 AM
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Too much smell on fuel heat--especially bow hunting. Now if you're in some giant tower blind , go for it.

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