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Thermalectric® Rechargeable T-Max Lined Hooded Duck Jacket

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Thermalectric® Rechargeable T-Max Lined Hooded Duck Jacket

Description / What it’s For

This Dakota jacket is designed with a Thermalectric® rechargeable three-temperature heating system for protection in extremely cold working conditions. Heat panels are built into the left and right chest panels as well as the left and right back panel. USB 2.0 cables connect to the system’s power bank which is equipped with Quick Charge™ 2.0 technology. The power bank has two USB outputs, so you can charge your mobile device on the go while also heating the garment. Full details and instructions for the heating system are included with the jacket. This jacket is made of tough cotton duck and insulated with T-Max® light insulation. It has an attached three-piece hood and numerous zippered pockets, including a couple of hidden security pockets. Feel the heat when you wear this protective jacket during all your winter activities.

Style: 1AAGDK-TEDJL1, 1AAGDK-TEDJL1X

Features / How it works

  • 100% COTTON DUCK, 12 OZ


    Snag and abrasion resistant shell
  • T-MAX INSULATION


    Our lightest, warmest insulation
  • 100% POLYESTER WOVEN LINING

  • DAKOTA THERMALECTRIC POWER BANK


    Uses Quick Charge™ 2.0 technology. Holder pocket inside lower left front, with attached USB 2.0 connector cable to connect to power bank. Pocket has eyelet to allow cabling your mobile device to either the outside lower left front pocket or inside left chest pocket. Power bank and wall charger included
  • ATTACHED 3-PIECE LINED HOOD WITH DRAWCORD

  • LOCKER LOOP INSIDE NECK

  • RIB-KNIT WAISTBAND FOR COMFORTABLE FIT

  • RIB-KNIT SLEEVE CUFFS KEEP OUT DRAFTS

  • EXTRA STRONG SEAMS SEWN WITH POLYESTER THREAD

  • PLACES TO STOW YOUR GEAR


    Zippered pocket inside left chest, with eyelet for connecting mobile device to power bank. Zippered pocket inside right chest. Lower front patch pockets with zippered security pockets inside. Left pocket has eyelet for connecting mobile device to power bank
Thermalectric® Rechargeable T-Max Lined Hooded Duck Jacket is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well made Nice and warm and seams to be well made. Would have gave it five stars if it was washable.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great I’m happy with it thus far had it for 2 months very warm and only heated jacket that came i my size the 3x is very large I normally wear a 5x
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Its good when used as intended. These other reviewers obviously have not used many heated garments before. First, the battery IS large. And I wish the placement were more towards the back instead of in front so it is more comfortable while sitting. The included charger and cord charge the battery to full reasonably quickly however I do wish the battery lasted a little longer for its size, that or was smaller (with half the capacity) with extra batteries available so one could be charging in the shack as the other was being used. Either way, the batteries size was apparent when trying it on in store and is not a problem for me personally. I got the hoodie version and it is WARM, much warmer than my other hoodies even without the heat. I have quite long arms and I found the sleeves to be adequate length, the cuffs are comfortable (my major complaint about last years jacket), and the lining around the collar, while a little awkward at first, DOES help keep a lot of heat IN the jacket. The hood is reasonably sized. I wish it were a little larger but I have the same complaint about most hoodies, I guess maybe I just have a large head. I plan on sewing in a zipper to remove the hood on various worksites that don't allow hooded jackets. As far as heat, it does not feel like it puts out as much heat, in my opinion, as last year's jacket. That being said, it is a much thinner jacket. Generally, these heated jackets work GREAT as lower layers with a heavier layer and windblock overtop. Obviously if you wear JUST this jacket in -30 its going to be cold. There is a reason the Milwakee 3 in 1 is $600, you can't expect 3 times the performance at a third of the cost. There are two heating zones on the front upper chest and a band of heat around the back. I wish the back heating zone was a little larger but its not really a big problem. Obviously there are no heating elements along the arms. As with EVERY electronic heated jacket on the market these are hand wash, should not come as a surprise. Again, its got electronics in it, you gotta manage your expectations vs reality. I wore it for a ~2 hour walk and the heat worked great for the whole 2 hours and I had plenty of battery life left. You gotta make sure you charge it overnight or the full time and if you don't use a QuickCharge charger it will take forever to charge. Mark the charger and cable supplied and use those as often as possible. Having a USB port on the jacket for charging your phone is pretty nice and there are ported holes in most of the pockets to run a USB cable to charge your phone while its in your pocket. I also REALLY liked the zipper pockets inside the front pockets, great for loose change or bills or anything you don't want to accidentally fall out as you put your hands in your pockets to keep warm. Again, this jacket does GREAT as a base layer or on the train, bus, etc. to help keep the cold off. Its not a be-all end-all keep you warm in a blizzard jacket. I got mine under $200 on sale which I thought was pretty reasonable. I've used many different brand heated jackets in the past few years. A couple improvements I would suggest: Heated pockets. Or, at least the OPTION for heated pockets. These batteries are just too big. Yes, huge capacity, but the size is prohibitive. USB is nice but I'd rather just a 9v battery pack, you lose some efficiency in power conversion causing the battery to not last as long as it could. The back heating zones could be larger. The lining fabric, especially where the pockets are, feels delicate, I wonder how long the inside pockets will last if I put things like keys in there. I dont see extra batteries / chargers available on the website. If I needed this for a full day I know I would want an extra battery at least. Overall, I find the hoodie version of this jacket to be VERY comfortable, its quite well insulated for a hoodie, its my new favorite jacket. I dont often need the warming but when I do it works well as could be expected. I wish the price point were a little lower, or two batteries were included.
Date published: 2018-01-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not so great when it's actually cold out! I bought this as a gift for someone who works outside during the winter. I mean, if he worked inside I would have bought him a nice sweater! Day 3 in the extreme cold, the coat went from heating as needed to heating intermittently ... if you hold the battery just so ... and you jiggle it just right ... and if it's in the mood ... save the money, wear 2 pairs of thermals and an extra sweater. And hand wash??? Big nope!
Date published: 2018-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great concept, but not practical The jacket quality fit and style were all acceptable. Definitely met my expectations. However the size and placement of the battery make the jacket not practical. It is located near me left hand pocket and is rather large. You can't lean over anything or sit in a vehicle without it sticking into your stomach and ribs. My husband ended up returning it due to the weight, size and placement of the battery.
Date published: 2018-01-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst investment ever. Bought a heated hoodie as well as a heated vest on boxing day. Both seemed ok . Charged batteries as per instructions. Followed per warming instructions. Heats just fine for about 10min. Then it completely shuts off . For the amount of money invested into these cloths to keep warm as I work outside in -30 , I was better off using my 350 dollars to start a fire .
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a bad jacket but not great either Pros: - Thick jacket - Lots of pockets - Does generate good heat, if your not moving. Cons: - Hood is a bit akward - Battery is a bit heavy BUT it is a 15,000 mAh 9V (this should be expected) - My battery wont last more then 2.5 hours on the lowest setting might be defective. - Generates almost no heat if your moving around I got this jacket to just take the bite out of the -30 weather we've been having. Works great while on the train or sitting in my car waiting for it to warm up. But taking the puppy for a walk the heat escapes. I think it does what its intended to do this wont make you feel like your enjoying a +30 day when its -20. Compared to a non heated jacket it does produce some extra heat.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from ZERO STARS! Shouldn't be sold period! Packaging deceptive as the sleeves do not heat; jacket stopped working on first day worn when it was -28c; I froze as I worked & swore I will never buy another Dakota; battery was tremendously large too, it's as big as a mini tablet. Luckily Marks made the return for a refund hassle free
Date published: 2018-01-08
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