Thermalectric Rechargeable Heated Fleece Jacket

149.88 CA$

Thermalectric Rechargeable Heated Fleece Jacket

Description / What it’s For

Equipped with a 3-temperature, rechargeable Thermalectric heating system, this fleece jacket from Dakota is a practical choice for outdoor or cool work spaces. It also features T-MAX Insulation for improved heat retention, and maximum comfort. High-wear areas prone to fraying and tearing have been reinforced with rugged polyester, for extra durability and long-lasting wear.

Style: 1AAGDK-TEJ001X, 1AAGDK-TEJ001

Features / How it works




    Our lightest, warmest insulation

    Thermalectric rechargeable, 3-temperature heating system for added warmth


    Areas of wear are reinforced with rugged 600 denier polyester fabric

    To maintain ultimate performance, please follow these simple instructions:
    Wipe clean with a soft cloth and remove any excess snow or water. When storing the jacket, keep it in a dry indoor area at a temperature between 5°C and 20°C (41°F to 68°F). Do not expose jacket or battery to temperatures above 60°C (140°F), including open fires or direct sunlight, for extended periods of time. Overheating could cause batteries to crack, which could result in a fire or explosion. Keep batteries charged at all times. Before storing the jacket, the battery should be charged to approximately 50% of capacity. During off season months, the battery should be charged for half the required time (approximately 2.75 hours) every 3 months. Disconnect the battery pack from the heated jacket before storing. Remove the battery pack from battery holder pocket before washing. Only hand wash in cold water and hang to dry. Do not wring. Do not machine wash or machine dry even though machine may include a hand wash or equivalent cycle. Do not iron. Do not dry clean

Thermalectric Rechargeable Heated Fleece Jacket is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Husband loves it Bought this a few years ago for my husband and he loves it. Keeps him warm during most activities and battery lasts for 4 hours or so. I recommend buying a spare battery just to keep on hand. You can find them on the Mark's website for $50.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Needs better warranty Was a great jacket until the button stopped working, same as the other reviews, opened the pocket to find the wires pulled away from the button, no warranty, no replacements parts, very expensive to replace whole jacket every two years
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Save your money I purchased this with the intent of using it on my motorcycle and for walking the dog in cooler and cold weather, worked fine last year but this year the button that controls the heat would not stay on. For the price I would have thought it to be more durable but the wiring for the button is not the best, when I push on the back of the button and hold it, the button will work, but when I let off the pressure on the back , nothing, and the button goes off. There is a definite problem as I see with others with the wiring. I ended up cutting the fabric to access the back of the button and all the wires are intact, and going into the button, so the problem in inside the button but that cannot be accessed, waste of $300
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Needs durability This is my 3rd jacket. Pro's about jacket. Work in industrial construction, Northern Alberta, for heat and comfort i am pleased about. The con's of the jacket, the wires inside jacket keep breaking, once where you press in button, the other two times it was still in the front area, which shut heat off. Seems i can't depend on it for the purpose of what i bought it for. Would be a great jacket if wiring was more durable.
Date published: 2016-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great coat!! This is the second heated coat I have bought for my husband! The first one lasted 2 years. Might have lasted longer, but I washed it. Not recommended! He loves it!! It's the only coat he needs and we lived in Cold Lake ( Northern Alberta) temperatures in the -30's in the winter. Batteries last about 4 hours, had to purchase extra pack, but at least you don't have to drag those drill battery packs with you!!
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great i had this jacket. keeps u warm and works well. i gave it away for one reason and that is its not water proof, but under another jacket it is perfect. i needed one that was water proof so i didnt over heat, so i went dewalt.
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best piece of clothing I own I bought mine when it first came out a few years ago and still wear it every day in the winter, just got a new battery but the old one still holds a charge even after all these years (just wanted an extra one) . Keeps you nice and warm all by itself in about -20 but then if you put a jacket over it easy keeps you warm in -45 (I worked in the oil sands and used it there) . 3 heat setting but I leave it on level 2 as the highest level is way to hot and usually end up sweating . Med heat will last 6 hours so with 2 batteries you can easily get a 12hr shift in . If something ever happened to mine I would run down and get another in a heart beat , well worth the money and worth getting if you like the winter outdoor activities at rinks, ski-doo etc.... . I will add don't leave the battery plugged in to the jacket when not in use, for me its drains the battery so just leave the battery in its sleeve and only plug it in when your ready to use it .
Date published: 2015-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GREAT Value!! I work outdoors and by outdoors I mean ALL day. I live in Alberta and it can get very cold (-30+C including windchill). My work levels vary from moderately active like shoveling snow to fiddling with maintenance and equipment repairs. I'm also 60 yrs. old and have never been what I'd call a winter "outdoorsy" type. I haven't had any experience with other heated jackets but I am VERY happy with this one. Others that I looked at were incorporated into what looked like little more than a hoody. This jacket has serious thermal properties even before you turn it on which means it has a wider range of temperatures when it can be used and, should you someday find yourself with a dead battery, you still have quite a bit of insulation. The batteries tend to last me for a full 9-hour shift (with an hour off for lunch) on the low setting and I have rarely had to use more. Another feature I like is that the batteries themselves are relatively small and light (not much different in shape and size to a deck of cards) making it very easy to carry more than one charged battery if needed. All of this means that I often don't require more than a long-sleeved undershirt and shirt under the jacket with my (unlined summer) coveralls over top. In severe windchills I may add a windbreaker or insulated jacket over top but mostly I have plenty of comfort with little more bulk than I have in summer or fall. Before I got the jacket, I would sometimes resemble an Antarctic explorer! My only criticism might be the fabric care required but this may be a trade-off for how well it works, I don't know. I'm referring to the fact that it must be hand washed, never wrung, and dried flat to protect the internal wiring. I've never written a clothing review before but this has been one of the best purchases I've made for winter (I'm now into my second winter with it). It works and works VERY well. "Pricey" perhaps, but worth every penny in my books!
Date published: 2015-12-13
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