Amazon shoppers love these best-selling touchscreen heated gloves

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As soon as the temperatures drop and the snow starts to fall, it’s time to mentally prepare for how to stay warm during all your favorite outdoor activities. And with outdoor dining here to stay, you’re going to want to stock up cold-weather accessories.

Dubbed Amazon’s No.1 best seller, these tech-savvy heated gloves feature 3 temperature levels (high, medium, low) and have touchscreen compatible fingertips. That means you can easily answer texts or skip to the next song without having to take off the gloves.

The best part? These gloves will keep your hands warm in temperatures as low as -20°F, while the battery charge lasts up to 8 hours.

Shop: VELAZZIO Thermo Heated Gloves, $81.80 

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With a 4.6-star rating and over 1,000 reviews, shoppers are calling these gloves “the best solution I have found for keeping my hands warm.”

One five-star reviewer wrote, “These are perfect for these brutal winters we often get here in Wisconsin, and I would not recommend any other brand! Easily the best gloves I have ever bought.”

While sizes range from a small to an extra-large, one shopper noted, “the only complaint I have is that they don’t come in an x-small, as the small is a little big on me and would be way too big for my daughter-in-law who I’d love to gift with a pair.”

Our solution? Slip on a pair of glove liners if you need to size down!

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