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Sick of having your winter rounds ruined by cold hands? Stewart Golf is here to help.

The innovative golf trolley brand has launched the HottMitt: a battery-powered heated mitten.

As well as warming golfers’ hands as they walk, the HottMitt allows them to safely store, use and even charge their phone on-the-go. A single press of the illuminated LED button provides a five-minute burst of heat, gently warming cold hands on chilly winter days.

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The phone holder sits conveniently in the centre of the mitten, allowing the golfer to see and even use their phone or GPS touch screen thanks to the ClearTouch window. As an added bonus, they can also use the HottMitt’s battery to charge their phone.


The lithium battery pack that is included with the HottMitt
provides enough power for 20 to 30 five-minute bursts of
heat, or two full charges of most mobile phones.

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The HottMitt is primarily designed for use with push
trolleys, including Stewart Golf’s own R1-S Push, and fits
onto the handle using a simple elasticated Velcro strap.

Stewart Golf Hottmitt 1

Stewart Golf CEO Mark Stewart said: “We know that our push
trolley customers are still out there 1 or 2 times a week over
the winter. Golf with cold hands isn’t easy, so the HottMitt
is a real game-changer for dedicated winter golfers.

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“The use of GPS and game analysis apps has increased over
the last few years, so the HottMitt places the device exactly
where it needs to be, as well as protecting it from the
elements and even charging it up. It’s the perfect accessory
for winter golf.”

The HottMitt retails for £89.99 and is available now. Click here to find out more.

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