Classic WTF: The Complicator's Gloves

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  • Lars Vargas 2008-09-05 10:03
    Since this is about gloves, I guess "fist" is finally appropriate.
  • John Matrix 2008-09-05 10:14
    No need for gloves, just heat to the main part of the body:

    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/WO2007128129.html
  • Anonymous coward 2008-09-05 10:15
    also shouting Fecund! seems to be appropriate for such a fecund discussion
  • Charles400 2008-09-05 10:18
    I have to keep telling my proctologist that. Gloves.
  • Jeff 2008-09-05 10:24
    Actually, the product already exists. For motorcycles anyway. Heated grips and/or gloves are very popular for riding in the winter, although a good pair of gloves and a wind-blocking shield for the grips usually work well enough.
  • Zan Lynx 2008-09-05 10:26
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".
  • Christopher 2008-09-05 10:36
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?
  • causa 2008-09-05 10:39
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.
  • JR 2008-09-05 10:43
    The obligatory practical example of just what happens when you over engineer the humble bicycle:

  • PSWorx 2008-09-05 10:52
    In the words of the unfailable Strong Bad:
    Gloves! G-Get some real gloves!
  • snoofle 2008-09-05 10:56
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?
  • akatherder 2008-09-05 11:00
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.
  • Robajob 2008-09-05 11:01
    What do you care? You're dead, remember?
  • Izzy 2008-09-05 11:25
    Great. Now we have to invent a system to keep the gloves warm. Maybe we could enclose the bicycle in a rigid covering with some glass windows for visibility. You'd need four wheels to stabilize it and maybe a small motor to assist moving the extra mass. Oh! That gives me an idea. We could heat the enclosure with waste heat from the motor, add satellite radio and install some cupholders.

    We can call it a car.
  • n/a 2008-09-05 11:27
    What this lacks in practicality, it more than makes up for in awesomeness.
  • n/a 2008-09-05 11:28
    JR:
    The obligatory practical example of just what happens when you over engineer the humble bicycle:



    What this lacks in practicality, it more than makes up for in awesomeness.

    (Now with quotey goodness)
  • newfweiler 2008-09-05 12:17
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?
  • Uber 2008-09-05 12:19
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.
  • Matt S 2008-09-05 12:24
    I feel like such an idiot for thinking this was such a great idea, up until that last email.
  • @ 2008-09-05 12:38
    I don't like thick gloves so if its really cold, having heated handlebars would on my bike would be great.
    My motorbike will certainly get some eventually.
  • Neil 2008-09-05 12:46
    Having ridden in cold weather, I'd say that regular gloves suck at keeping your hands warm on a bicycle. Battery heated gloves or toasty grips sound pretty good.

    I'm going to guess that guy who piped up about gloves was a boss and that was his way of saying get back to work.
  • Clarence Odbody 2008-09-05 13:02
    Uber:


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.


    The Bahamas cease reflecting sound waves. Now what do you do?

  • TakeASeatOverThere 2008-09-05 13:03
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?
  • SomeCoder 2008-09-05 13:05
    Jeff:
    Actually, the product already exists. For motorcycles anyway. Heated grips and/or gloves are very popular for riding in the winter, although a good pair of gloves and a wind-blocking shield for the grips usually work well enough.


    So those wind blocking shields work? I would like to get something like that for my motorcycle because no, gloves don't really cut it if it's really cold and you're going down the freeway at 60 MPH.
  • Survey User 2338 2008-09-05 13:12
    If you want to know who this guy is...he over engineered the bicycle into the segway.
  • EatenByAGrue 2008-09-05 13:16
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.
  • bramster 2008-09-05 13:30
    SomeCoder:
    Jeff:
    Actually, the product already exists. For motorcycles anyway. Heated grips and/or gloves are very popular for riding in the winter, although a good pair of gloves and a wind-blocking shield for the grips usually work well enough.


    So those wind blocking shields work? I would like to get something like that for my motorcycle because no, gloves don't really cut it if it's really cold and you're going down the freeway at 60 MPH.


    Problem with gloves: Heat loss from the individual fingers.
    Solution: Big Honking Fur-lined Leather Mitts.

    Unlike feet on bicycle pedals, hands on handlebars don't do much to encourage blood flow. Reunaud's syndrome exacerbates the situation.

    Mitts. Big Honking Fur-lined Leather Mitts. $8/pair at wallymart
  • SomeCoder 2008-09-05 13:53
    bramster:
    SomeCoder:
    Jeff:
    Actually, the product already exists. For motorcycles anyway. Heated grips and/or gloves are very popular for riding in the winter, although a good pair of gloves and a wind-blocking shield for the grips usually work well enough.


    So those wind blocking shields work? I would like to get something like that for my motorcycle because no, gloves don't really cut it if it's really cold and you're going down the freeway at 60 MPH.


    Problem with gloves: Heat loss from the individual fingers.
    Solution: Big Honking Fur-lined Leather Mitts.

    Unlike feet on bicycle pedals, hands on handlebars don't do much to encourage blood flow. Reunaud's syndrome exacerbates the situation.

    Mitts. Big Honking Fur-lined Leather Mitts. $8/pair at wallymart


    Have you ever driven a motorcycle? That's not going to be terribly fun to operate with big mitts on. You still need to have some tactile sense on the grips and operating the throttle, clutch and hand brake with mitts on would be relatively difficult.

    I don't even really like using my gloves that much but it's way better than the alternative :)
  • Dan 2008-09-05 13:59
    Two quotes come to mind

    1) If the glove doesn't fit you must acquit.
    - OJ Simpson Defense lawyer

    2) No glove, no love.
    - That's what she said.
  • operagost 2008-09-05 14:01
    The point is moot because vampires can't cross running water.
  • Steve 2008-09-05 14:29
    I was going to chime in about gloves being somewhat cumbersome and in some instances suboptimal but I see that someone else has already made that point.

    Nonetheless, this reminds me of a discussion I heard on NPR's Car Talk, wherein they pointed out that two guys who know nothing about a subject know less than one guy who knows nothing about a subject. The theory, as I remember it, is as follows:

    If you ask one guy about something which he knows nothing, he'll probably just admit it and that will be that.

    However, two (or more) guys will start speculating and weaving elaborate scenarios or theories, adding up to considerably less than nothing.

    There's probably some X chromosome linkage involved. . .

    Anyhow, that's my theory and I'm stickin' to it.
  • Uber 2008-09-05 14:54
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?
  • Vic Tim 2008-09-05 15:05
    Put it in an Interview 2.0 and I'll tell you my answer. Ah, whoam ah kiddin! Ahm gonna till ya anahwey!

    Everyone knows that the warmest place on your body when you're riding a bike is your perineum. Construct a pair of heatpipes in the seat tracing along the frame...
  • Alison 2008-09-05 15:08
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.
  • VChu 2008-09-05 15:10
    I have a very poor circulation, and my hands are almost always cold except when I'm exposed to the direct sunlight for 15+ minutes or I'm keeping my hands close to my body. Winter combined with walking or riding a bike will result in frozen fingers for me no matter how thick my gloves are. Gloves are like a somewhat defective thermos. They help you keep your hands warm, only if they are warm to begin with. If they are icy cold anyway, gloves will not help.

    Now if we develop a turbo for the heart which would pump the blood faster...
  • Vic Tim 2008-09-05 15:12
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Walk to Florida instead. Take some old people out for drinks.
  • TomatoQueen 2008-09-05 15:17
    Steve:
    I was going to chime in about gloves being somewhat cumbersome and in some instances suboptimal but I see that someone else has already made that point.

    Nonetheless, this reminds me of a discussion I heard on NPR's Car Talk, wherein they pointed out that two guys who know nothing about a subject know less than one guy who knows nothing about a subject. The theory, as I remember it, is as follows:

    If you ask one guy about something which he knows nothing, he'll probably just admit it and that will be that.

    However, two (or more) guys will start speculating and weaving elaborate scenarios or theories, adding up to considerably less than nothing.

    There's probably some X chromosome linkage involved. . .

    Anyhow, that's my theory and I'm stickin' to it.



    There's more likely Y x 2 chromosome linkage involved, and Click and Clack would be the first to admit it, along with self-administration of dope-slaps.
  • Code Dependent 2008-09-05 15:32
    Amazing: nobody's posted this yet.

    Heated Apparel for Motorcycling

    Oh... somebody has. How 'bout that.
  • Wayne 2008-09-05 15:39
    OK, genius.

    What about in the summertime? How do you bike to work without sweating like a pig when you get there.

    Answer (at least around these parts): You don't. Unless you can work up a pedal-powered air-conditioner unit and have it be cheap enough in money and in energy usage...
  • snoofle 2008-09-05 15:56
    Wayne:
    OK, genius.

    What about in the summertime? How do you bike to work without sweating like a pig when you get there.

    Answer (at least around these parts): You don't. Unless you can work up a pedal-powered air-conditioner unit and have it be cheap enough in money and in energy usage...

    Already answered above: enclose on frame with 4 wheel base, add motor for propulsion, add a/c compressor/blower, call it a car.
  • Izzy 2008-09-05 15:57
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    If you can fly, why were you riding a bicycle?
  • m0ffx 2008-09-05 16:48
    snoofle:
    Wayne:
    OK, genius.

    What about in the summertime? How do you bike to work without sweating like a pig when you get there.

    Answer (at least around these parts): You don't. Unless you can work up a pedal-powered air-conditioner unit and have it be cheap enough in money and in energy usage...

    Already answered above: enclose on frame with 4 wheel base, add motor for propulsion, add a/c compressor/blower, call it a car.


    Your car gets stuck in traffic. Now what do you do?
  • Chiply 2008-09-05 16:53
    Wayne:
    OK, genius.

    What about in the summertime? How do you bike to work without sweating like a pig when you get there.
    ...
    ...

    answer...

    Everyone knows that the warmest place on your body when you're riding a bike is your perineum. Construct a pair of heatpipes in the seat tracing along the frame...


    Just run this in reverse through a radiator to lose the heat and cool your perineum

  • Dink 2008-09-05 18:16
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.
  • Steve 2008-09-05 18:38
    TomatoQueen:
    Steve:
    There's probably some X chromosome linkage involved. . .

    Anyhow, that's my theory and I'm stickin' to it.
    There's more likely Y x 2 chromosome linkage involved, and Click and Clack would be the first to admit it, along with self-administration of dope-slaps.
    Dang! Please consider a self-adminstered dope-slap delivered. I can't believe made such a boneheaded mistake.

    And I work with biologists, too.

    Sheesh.
  • Steve 2008-09-05 18:41
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.
    Yeah, but what aobut pencil shavings in zero G? You'd need a vacuum attachment on the pencil sharpener to . . .
  • Jorgey Porgey 2008-09-05 19:01
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
  • lolwtf 2008-09-05 19:14
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.
  • Seraph 2008-09-05 20:15
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.

    So you think re-engineering a whole space vehicle to tolerate the tiny pieces of conductive graphite that a pencil would have relesed is a less complicated idea then designing a pen?
  • Suomynona 2008-09-05 20:34
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.
  • Alex Bruce 2008-09-05 22:11
    Actually heated handle bar grips is not as insain and over complicated as you might think

    As my motorbike has them

    Let me tell you, 120 km/h winds at 3 degrees above freezing (Celsius)... with rain, thick gloves don't do it, more importantly the more material you have between you and the handle bar grips means the less feel you have for the bike.

    Bikes communicate a fair bit of information through the handlebars, the less muffled those signals are, the safer you are.
  • rbonvall 2008-09-05 22:23
    EatenByAGrue:
    Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.


    Bahamas National Guard is aware that bats are mammals.
    What do you do now?
  • Jeff Grigg 2008-09-05 23:08
    1. Gloves.
    2. Consider "Hot Hands" heating products: Small pads that get warm when exposed to the air.

    Using both together should keep your hands pretty warm.
  • Vic Tim 2008-09-06 00:42
    Seraph:
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.

    So you think re-engineering a whole space vehicle to tolerate the tiny pieces of conductive graphite that a pencil would have relesed is a less complicated idea then designing a pen?


    Use softer lead. Or real lead, as in Pb which is why we call graphite 'lead'. No residue. Somehow I doubt the astronauts would have the same problem with lead poisoning as, say, schoolkids with nervous chewing habits.
  • Vic Tim 2008-09-06 00:45
    Suomynona:
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?



    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.



    I know I'm going to get the Captian Obvious Award for this, but...

    This is asinine.

    Captcha: haero
  • Procedural 2008-09-06 00:58
    Suomynona:
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.


    Wait a few hundreds of thousands of years for all of this to decompose, the whole enclosed atmosphere to superheat, create new primordial ooze, and wait for it all to evolve consciousness again. I'm immortal and bored anyway, so I can wait a little while.
  • noes 2008-09-06 03:33
    yeah, a grip in/on teh handles. That will work well! Nevermind that the cold comes from the OUTside, from the chilly wind. Frozen outside, fried from the inside.

    A great career in open source and javashit awaits.
  • shepd 2008-09-06 04:04
    The average fit cyclist can put about 150 watts of energy into their bicycle's pedals going uphill, and much less than that (75 watts?) at other times. Olympian cycling athletes put about 300 watts of energy into their bicycle's pedals.

    So, if you wanted to pedal as hard as you did on a 3 speed bicycle going uphill, but go nowhere, using a generator on the pedals you'd get just a little more than the equivalent heat of a 60 watt lightbulb out of those handlebars. Let's say you realize this and use a battery. A car battery for a compact car (wouldn't that be fun to lug around) usually stores about 60 A/h. That's enough to heat your handlebars to the equivalent heat you get from your rear window defogger for about 4 hours. At least your handlebars won't have frost on them!

    For reference, your hairdryer uses 1875 watts...

    Physics is a bitch, isn't it.
  • DH 2008-09-06 04:09
    VChu:
    Now if we develop a turbo for the heart which would pump the blood faster...


    Oh, once it hits civilian use, you'll love a UNATCO-brand synthetic heart. It circulates not only blood but a steady concentration of mechanochemical power cells, smart phagocytes, and liposomes containing prefab diamondoid machine parts, resulting in upgraded performance for all installed augmentations.
  • wonkoTheSane 2008-09-06 05:13
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.


    Actually thats a bit of an urban legend..
    Can you imagine using a pencil in 0 G? Where would the tiny flakes of excess graphite go? in your eyes, thats where! :)
    Unless they had a special space pencil... perhaps with some kind of sucker attachment to suck up the excess...
  • wonkoTheSane 2008-09-06 05:16
    Steve:
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.
    Yeah, but what aobut pencil shavings in zero G? You'd need a vacuum attachment on the pencil sharpener to . . .


    DAMN YOU AND YOUR FASTER RESPONSE!!!!
  • dtech 2008-09-06 05:47
    Procedural:
    Suomynona:
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.


    Wait a few hundreds of thousands of years for all of this to decompose, the whole enclosed atmosphere to superheat, create new primordial ooze, and wait for it all to evolve consciousness again. I'm immortal and bored anyway, so I can wait a little while.


    Evolution creates one dominant species that mainly occupies itself by reading and posting stupid things on a global network. What do you do?
  • RF 2008-09-06 07:48

    ...and run some flexible tubes from the tip of the sleeves to the midriff (which never seems to get cold).


    And the reason for that is to avoid hypothermia. In carrying out this suggestion, one would be reversing the effects of a very important human adaptation that allows survival in extreme cold. The guy who suggested gloves sort of screwed up the evolutionary process in this case, and has allowed these idiots to live longer and as such be able to pee into the gene pool, making the world an even /better/ place in which to live. Great going.
  • moz 2008-09-06 11:06
    Wayne:
    OK, genius.

    What about in the summertime? How do you bike to work without sweating like a pig when you get there.

    Answer (at least around these parts): You don't.

    You'll never make a scientist with that sort of attitude.

    What you should do is ride a tandem and wear as little as you feel you can get away with. Carry a fan or a whip if you're still too hot.
  • Gabelstaplerfahrer 2008-09-06 13:33
    If you are going to make it complicated, at least make it useful. The world's warmest clothing is made by Gerbing's, and now they sell LiPo-battery heated gloves with adjustable heat. Let me tell you, that stuff is awesome! Easy to use and very comfy, but technologically more complicated than normal gloves. At least it's designed by experts...
  • Anon. 2008-09-06 14:12
    dtech:
    Procedural:
    Suomynona:
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.


    Wait a few hundreds of thousands of years for all of this to decompose, the whole enclosed atmosphere to superheat, create new primordial ooze, and wait for it all to evolve consciousness again. I'm immortal and bored anyway, so I can wait a little while.


    Evolution creates one dominant species that mainly occupies itself by reading and posting stupid things on a global network. What do you do?


    Join in.
  • Robin Goodfellow 2008-09-06 21:24
    Steve:
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.
    Yeah, but what aobut pencil shavings in zero G? You'd need a vacuum attachment on the pencil sharpener to . . .


    That's actually an urban legend (check snopes). A private company, Fischer, developed a pressurized ink pen without NASA funding then sold some of them to NASA. Prior to this, NASA used pencils. Also, the Soviets switched to using the space pen shortly after it was available on the market.
  • SQB 2008-09-07 02:45
    Anon.:
    dtech:
    Procedural:
    Suomynona:
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.


    Wait a few hundreds of thousands of years for all of this to decompose, the whole enclosed atmosphere to superheat, create new primordial ooze, and wait for it all to evolve consciousness again. I'm immortal and bored anyway, so I can wait a little while.


    Evolution creates one dominant species that mainly occupies itself by reading and posting stupid things on a global network. What do you do?


    Join in.


    Welcome mister Vampire. What do you do now?
  • Vic Tim 2008-09-07 05:39
    Robin Goodfellow:
    Steve:
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.
    Yeah, but what aobut pencil shavings in zero G? You'd need a vacuum attachment on the pencil sharpener to . . .


    That's actually an urban legend (check snopes). A private company, Fischer, developed a pressurized ink pen without NASA funding then sold some of them to NASA. Prior to this, NASA used pencils. Also, the Soviets switched to using the space pen shortly after it was available on the market.


    i still think you should just use real lead on everything including radiation-proof toothpicks.
  • havokk 2008-09-07 08:43
    Christopher:
    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?


    Steal your bike.
  • Steve 2008-09-07 09:06
    Robin Goodfellow:
    Steve:
    Dink:
    Reminds me of the development of the ballpoint pen with the ink pump so our astronauts could write in zero-g. The Soviets solved the same problem with pencils.
    Yeah, but what aobut pencil shavings in zero G? You'd need a vacuum attachment on the pencil sharpener to . . .
    That's actually an urban legend (check snopes). A private company, Fischer, developed a pressurized ink pen without NASA funding then sold some of them to NASA. Prior to this, NASA used pencils. Also, the Soviets switched to using the space pen shortly after it was available on the market.
    I actually remember buying one of those "space pens" back in the 1960s when I was in high school. They were pretty cheap. I seem to recall that they tended to leak ink (at least the consumer versions, not the NASA versions).
  • The voice of reason 2008-09-07 13:41
    Laugh at the national guard for not knowing that silver bullets are for werewolves and getting drunk - they have nothing to do with vampires.

    That said, since the national guard is launching silver bullets in my direction I will use said silver bullets to get nice and toasted, thereby eliminating the problem with having cold hands.

    captcha: appellatio - is that some kind of sexual exploit with a piece of fruit?
  • Anonymous Coward 2008-09-07 17:36
    dtech:

    Evolution creates one dominant species that mainly occupies itself by reading and posting stupid things on a global network. What do you do?


    Holy crap, so that's what happened!
  • Rand 2008-09-07 23:29
    The voice of reason:
    Laugh at the national guard for not knowing that silver bullets are for werewolves and getting drunk - they have nothing to do with vampires.


    This isn't quite true. Vampire myths evolved over a long period of time, there isn't just one absolute set of rules. In most myths silver is considered a holy metal and effective against all undead/unholy monsters, including vampires (for a recent example, see the Blade movies).
  • nwbrown 2008-09-07 23:36
    Vic Tim:
    Suomynona:
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?



    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.



    I know I'm going to get the Captian Obvious Award for this, but...

    This is asinine.

    Captcha: haero

    Captain Obvious awards are not given to people who can't spell "Captain". What do you do now?
  • csrster 2008-09-08 03:51
    I thought the correct (and traditional) response was "Buy a car you stinking hippy!".
  • Frats 2008-09-08 06:15
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hand_warmer ?

    Work like a charm :)
  • anon 2008-09-08 08:09
    Charles400:
    I have to keep telling my proctologist that. Gloves.


    You're doing OK if he's using his hands
  • JimM 2008-09-08 08:30
    Steve:
    However, two (or more) guys will start speculating and weaving elaborate scenarios or theories, adding up to considerably less than nothing.

    There's probably some X (Y?) chromosome linkage involved. . .
    Not to pick you up on your genetics (I know someone else did that already) but I have a female friend who always tries to end arguments she's coming off badly in by saying "Well, none of us are experts." It's an interesting inversion of your point - groups of men refuse to admit they know nothing; my friend refuses to admit that anyone else knows anything!
    shepd:
    So, if you wanted to pedal as hard as you did on a 3 speed bicycle going uphill, but go nowhere, using a generator on the pedals you'd get just a little more than the equivalent heat of a 60 watt lightbulb out of those handlebars.
    I don't see that as being a problem - I'm pretty sure the idea was to warm the hand, not sear the flesh (a 60 watt light bulb gets pretty hot at close contact).
    Rand:
    Vampire myths evolved over a long period of time, there isn't just one absolute set of rules. In most myths silver is considered a holy metal and effective against all undead/unholy monsters, including vampires.
    Not to mention cybermen...
  • Wayne 2008-09-08 10:55
    I don't see that as being a problem - I'm pretty sure the idea was to warm the hand, not sear the flesh (a 60 watt light bulb gets pretty hot at close contact).


    Not only that, but a 60 watt bulb is not just putting out heat. For some reason, 60 watt bulbs waste a fair bit of their energy input by putting out visible light instead of maximizing their heat output.
  • pscs 2008-09-08 11:50
    Wayne:
    I don't see that as being a problem - I'm pretty sure the idea was to warm the hand, not sear the flesh (a 60 watt light bulb gets pretty hot at close contact).


    Not only that, but a 60 watt bulb is not just putting out heat. For some reason, 60 watt bulbs waste a fair bit of their energy input by putting out visible light instead of maximizing their heat output.

    Only a negligible amount :)

    BTW, some cars have heated steering wheels, (and they're great on cold days!). You can hardly feel the heat if you just touch them, but they're nice and cosy once you keep your hands there for a few seconds. I'd suspect the power output is just a few watts, if that (far, far less than a heated rear window), otherwise it would damage the leather of the steering wheel, and it would be too hot to hold comfortably (which would be sort of dangerous...)


    Of course, the problem with heated handlebars is that the main loss of heat would be on the outside of the hand, not where the handlebar is. With a heated steering wheel the main loss of heat is the freezing cold steering wheel that's been sat outside in the sub-zero night. Your hairy skin is quite good at insulating against loss of heat to still air, but not against touching something cold or rapidly moving cold air.

    So, heated gloves would be far more effective than heated handlebars, whereas a heated steering wheel works fine.

  • amischiefr 2008-09-08 12:00
    SomeCoder:
    Jeff:
    Actually, the product already exists. For motorcycles anyway. Heated grips and/or gloves are very popular for riding in the winter, although a good pair of gloves and a wind-blocking shield for the grips usually work well enough.


    So those wind blocking shields work? I would like to get something like that for my motorcycle because no, gloves don't really cut it if it's really cold and you're going down the freeway at 60 MPH.


    So buy a god damned car ffs! 10 Degrees + 60 MPH = fucking cold dumbass!!
  • Jeff L. 2008-09-08 13:07
    SomeCoder:
    Jeff:
    Actually, the product already exists. For motorcycles anyway. Heated grips and/or gloves are very popular for riding in the winter, although a good pair of gloves and a wind-blocking shield for the grips usually work well enough.


    So those wind blocking shields work? I would like to get something like that for my motorcycle because no, gloves don't really cut it if it's really cold and you're going down the freeway at 60 MPH.


    Yeah, gloves don't cut it. If they're thick enough to block the cold, they're dangerous.
  • Jeff L. 2008-09-08 13:10
    amischiefr:
    So buy a god damned car ffs! 10 Degrees + 60 MPH = fucking cold dumbass!!


    This is the WTF post here--from someone who thinks buying a $20,000 car is a better solution than heated handgrips--a $75 solution. Dumbass.
  • Vic Tim 2008-09-08 14:27
    nwbrown:
    Vic Tim:
    Suomynona:
    lolwtf:
    Jorgey Porgey:
    Alison:
    Uber:
    EatenByAGrue:
    TakeASeatOverThere:
    Uber:
    newfweiler:
    akatherder:
    snoofle:
    causa:
    Christopher:
    Zan Lynx:
    The whole system to pipe heat from the main body to the hands via fluid already exists too.

    It's called "blood".


    I am dead and my blood is no longer distributing heat.

    What do you do now?



    Throw your body on a fire to warm other people.

    It is too cold to start a fire.

    What do you do now?


    Freeze to death.


    You've been made immortal by a vampire's bite.

    What do you do now?


    Turn into a bat and fly to the Bahamas.

    The national guard will shoot you if you get into their airspace.

    What do you do now?


    You're a vampire. I don't think you have to get too worried about being shot, unless they're shooting wooden stakes. Plus I doubt that the national guard of the Bahamas shoots at every bird imaginable.

    Alternately, just turn back into human form and swim the rest of the way.


    The national guard is on high alert for a vampire invasion, are armed with silver bullets, and have orders to fire at will on any flying object. Swimming is not possible because the distance is too far and the sun will rise before reaching shelter.

    Now what do you do?


    Laugh at the national guard for using silver bullets (those are for werewolves, not vampires), turn all the national guard into vampires and take over the world.


    Your immortal, took over the world, outlasted everybody, and watched all the movies ever made. You're bored. What do you do now?!
    Explore the universe.


    The Universal Police Force has been tipped off to an immortal on Earth and have encapsulated the planet in a giant hollow unbreakable sphere.



    I know I'm going to get the Captian Obvious Award for this, but...

    This is asinine.

    Captcha: haero

    Captain Obvious awards are not given to people who can't spell "Captain". What do you do now?


    Fail.
  • Schmitter 2008-09-08 17:01
    I can't beleive that no one has mentioned the snowmobile. Heated grips when worn in combination with thin plam, thick outside gloves works well into the -20F area.
  • Tina Woodward 2008-09-08 17:33
    Holy Smokes dude, talking about time to take off the gloves! Wow.

    Jiff
    www.anonymize.us.tc
  • Frank 2008-09-09 01:30
    Go through your pockets, looking for loose change! :)
  • mac 2008-09-09 11:33
    Post to the The Daily WTF.
  • Lastchance 2008-09-09 14:54
    SomeCoder:
    So those wind blocking shields work? I would like to get something like that for my motorcycle because no, gloves don't really cut it if it's really cold and you're going down the freeway at 60 MPH.
    Bar muffs. Big mitten-like things that go over the whole bar end. Keeps the wind off and lets you operate the controls.
  • dr. Hannibal Lecter 2008-09-10 06:39
    And so, on your next interview, ask your candidates:

    As you pedaled to work, you thought to yourself, why hasn't anyone ever invented a bicycle with heated handlebar grips? What do you do?

    There are actually only two replies:

    1. gloves
    2. doors
  • Bryan Kowalchuk 2008-09-10 11:58
    I have handguards and heated grips on my dual-sport motorcycle. On cold wet days it's great. When your hands get wet, they actully steam the water out of your gloves; pure luxury.

    On a bicycle? You would need over 20W of power to make it work effectively.

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  • it-is-so-obvious 2009-06-15 14:32
    this "hand warming system" does not exist

    it does indeed. a series of flexible tubes. heating the hands. I personally do have one for each hand.

    man blood, guys. man blood.
  • farthead 2010-02-10 11:58
    Wow tech types are stupid.

    Motorcycle or snowmobile heated handgrips + battery = what you want. all done zero design needed.

    I am amazed at how inept at using google most people are, it took me 6 seconds to find all I needed to answer this.
  • Vovin 2010-05-21 15:42
    Crayons?