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  • #633809
    WoodsConstruction
    Pro
    Sudbury, ON

    @GTokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.

    #633817
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    @gtokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.



    @WoodsConstruction
    wow this good to know. I sure living and working outside in Northern Ontario a heated jacket is a must. thanks!

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #633828
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
    Moderator
    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    Getting close to the top again so I need to spend down the points. L-Boxx’s, Blaklader pants or a vac are on the top of my list for now. I probably have a month before I have to do something. with so many options, it is hard to decide.

    #633839
    mommozz
    Pro

    On the redemption list, I’d probably be getting the Blaklader softshell jacket. Didn’t have any high tech gear last winter and was wet and miserable for me.

    #633848

    Getting close to the top again so I need to spend down the points. L-Boxx’s, Blaklader pants or a vac are on the top of my list for now. I probably have a month before I have to do something. with so many options, it is hard to decide

    You sure have a crap load of points. I couldn’t wait that long. Just working to get to 20,000 for some jig saw blades.

    #633871
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    On the redemption list, I’d probably be getting the Blaklader softshell jacket. Didn’t have any high tech gear last winter and was wet and miserable for me.

    Those Blaklader jackets are nice. I got one last year from the list and really like it. Very nice and warm.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #633883
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
    Moderator
    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    On the redemption list, I’d probably be getting the Blaklader softshell jacket. Didn’t have any high tech gear last winter and was wet and miserable for me.

    Those Blaklader jackets are nice. I got one last year from the list and really like it. Very nice and warm.

    I got one for christmas last year, I really like it, rain and wind proof makes it very versatile. I wore it a lot last spring and even in the winter.

    #633885

    @gtokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.

    Same here, they even bought the electricians each a Milwaukee heated jacket because they are already using that platform,
    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    #633888
    WoodsConstruction
    Pro
    Sudbury, ON

    @gtokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.

    Same here, they even bought the electricians each a Milwaukee heated jacket because they are already using that platform,
    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I actually really like the look of the bosch. I don’t know if I’d really wear it while working or not, but chilly site visits, quoting jobs, and just around the house and whatnot I think I’d still get alot of use out of it.

    #633893
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    @gtokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.

    Same here, they even bought the electricians each a Milwaukee heated jacket because they are already using that platform,
    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I actually really like the look of the bosch. I don’t know if I’d really wear it while working or not, but chilly site visits, quoting jobs, and just around the house and whatnot I think I’d still get alot of use out of it.

    I too really like the looks of the Bosch jacket. I was thinking this jacket would great for me to wear while I was plowing my driveway on my ATV or wear to work as I have along ways to walk to the plant. Anyways I look forward to getting one.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #633948
    mommozz
    Pro

    On the redemption list, I’d probably be getting the Blaklader softshell jacket. Didn’t have any high tech gear last winter and was wet and miserable for me.

    Those Blaklader jackets are nice. I got one last year from the list and really like it. Very nice and warm.

    I heard it’s not fully waterproof. As in the seams aren’t taped. Did it affect you in any way?

    #633950
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
    Moderator
    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    On the redemption list, I’d probably be getting the Blaklader softshell jacket. Didn’t have any high tech gear last winter and was wet and miserable for me.

    Those Blaklader jackets are nice. I got one last year from the list and really like it. Very nice and warm.

    I heard it’s not fully waterproof. As in the seams aren’t taped. Did it affect you in any way?

    not really, I guess I have not worn it in real heavy rain, but have not had any problems in lighter rains.

    #633956

    @gtokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.

    Same here, they even bought the electricians each a Milwaukee heated jacket because they are already using that platform,
    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I actually really like the look of the bosch. I don’t know if I’d really wear it while working or not, but chilly site visits, quoting jobs, and just around the house and whatnot I think I’d still get alot of use out of it.

    Oh yeah for sure, it’s a nice looking jacket, I like the fit, and it has nice reflective stripes, and it’s not overly flashy.

    #633958
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
    Moderator
    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    @gtokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.

    Same here, they even bought the electricians each a Milwaukee heated jacket because they are already using that platform,
    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I actually really like the look of the bosch. I don’t know if I’d really wear it while working or not, but chilly site visits, quoting jobs, and just around the house and whatnot I think I’d still get alot of use out of it.

    Oh yeah for sure, it’s a nice looking jacket, I like the fit, and it has nice reflective stripes, and it’s not overly flashy.

    because it is a decent looking jacket, I wear mine a fair bit without even taking batteries with me. I also like the fit and styling of the jacket.

    #633960
    WoodsConstruction
    Pro
    Sudbury, ON

    @gtokley between all of my friends we’ve pretty much got every brands heated jacket. I can tell you no matter what you will be happy, but from what I’ve seen first hand and read on here you’ll be happiest with the long term use of the Bosch.

    Same here, they even bought the electricians each a Milwaukee heated jacket because they are already using that platform,
    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I actually really like the look of the bosch. I don’t know if I’d really wear it while working or not, but chilly site visits, quoting jobs, and just around the house and whatnot I think I’d still get alot of use out of it.

    Oh yeah for sure, it’s a nice looking jacket, I like the fit, and it has nice reflective stripes, and it’s not overly flashy.

    because it is a decent looking jacket, I wear mine a fair bit without even taking batteries with me. I also like the fit and styling of the jacket.

    I’ve got a jacket and a sweater that look very similar, so I feel like I’d probably end up wearing it without the battery aswell.

    #633975
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I wear mine mostly without the battery. I just like it.

    One thing a lot of people don’t mention is how well it stands up to rain or wet snow. Eventually it will sop being exposed as such, but it’s good for a good while before doing so.

    #633988
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I have my Bosch heated jacket as well which I really like. Comes in handy working in my unheated shop in the winter. Are they still on the list?

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #633991

    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I have my Bosch heated jacket as well which I really like. Comes in handy working in my unheated shop in the winter. Are they still on the list?

    I believe it still is Bill,
    I’m looking forward to seeing that 18 volt battery adapter, apparently it is compatible with the jacket,

    #634006
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I have my Bosch heated jacket as well which I really like. Comes in handy working in my unheated shop in the winter. Are they still on the list?

    I believe it still is Bill,
    I’m looking forward to seeing that 18 volt battery adapter, apparently it is compatible with the jacket,

    It’s just such a big battery in my mind to have in a jacket. I find a 12V and its holster big as it is at times.

    #634019
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    I’ve had my Bosch heated jacket for two years now, love it looks nice to.

    I have my Bosch heated jacket as well which I really like. Comes in handy working in my unheated shop in the winter. Are they still on the list?

    That’s what I would like one for too. Whoever mentioned it – they’re right, now’s the time to start saving up for one for the cold months!

    I also really like the look of the Bosch jackets. This past winter everyone was talking about how much they were loving theirs, and I hope to be among them this coming winter.

    Charlie
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