Milwaukee Tool Women's Small M12 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless AXIS Black Heated Quilted Jacket (1) 2.0Ah Battery
Model # 233B-21S|Store SKU # 1001154403
- Milwaukee Tool
- Model # 233B-21S
- Store SKU # 1001154403
The women's MILWAUKEE M12 Heated AXIS jacket kits are designed to protect from cold and weather on the jobsite. Powered by M12 REDLITHIUM Battery Technology, these heated jacket kits use carbon fiber heating elements to create and distribute heat to the chest, back and shoulders. A single touch LED controller heats up the battery heated jacket to three heat settings, creating a comfortable heat for any environment. This MILWAUKEE heated jacket kit has a new Quick-Heat function that creates and distributes heat three times faster than our previous women's jackets and market competitors. Hybrid AXIS Ripstop Polyester provides a lightweight, compressible design that can be used as an outer shell or a mid-layer jacket and provides wind and water. This kit comes with one heated women's jacket, an M12 battery and charger.
- Quick-heat function reaches selected temperature 3X FASTER
- One-touch LED controller with (3) heat settings per heat zone
- Up to (8) hours of run-time with M12 REDLITHIUM 2.0 Compact Battery Pack
- Heating Zones: Chest, Back, & Shoulders
- Washer and dryer safe
- Includes: (1) M12 heated women's AXIS jacket-only (233-20), (1) M12 REDLITHIUM CP2.0 battery pack (48-11-2420), (1) M12 compact charger and power source (48-59-1201)
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Customer ReviewsWomen's Small M12 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless AXIS Black Heated Quilted Jacket (1) 2.0Ah Battery is rated out of 5 by 31.Rated 5 out of 5 by Crane924 from The coat was perfect The coat was perfectDate published: 2019-03-19Rated 5 out of 5 by HomeDepotCustomer from Great Jacket ... Great JacketDate published: 2019-02-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Frank from Purchased this for my daughter and this is her... Purchased this for my daughter and this is her feedback. Battery is a little bulky. May be better if moved to another area. Like where the controller is placed and material of the jacket. Very satisfied and would purchase again.Date published: 2019-02-13Rated 5 out of 5 by ShanelSom from LOVE IT Such an awesome jacket! Heats up quick and battery holds a charge. Looks cute too!Date published: 2019-02-11Rated 5 out of 5 by HomeDepotCustomer from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaserDate published: 2019-02-07Rated 5 out of 5 by HomeDepotCustomer from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaserDate published: 2019-02-06Rated 3 out of 5 by Joseph from Got for my wife. Very tight around the chest area,... Got for my wife. Very tight around the chest area, had to upgrade to medium. But jacket is very comfortableDate published: 2019-02-05Rated 4 out of 5 by WildGoose from The jacket is well made. The zipper is reversible like the type used on an inner liner and there... The jacket is well made. The zipper is reversible like the type used on an inner liner and there are loops at the cuffs, so clearly this jacket is designed to be an inner liner. I was not aware of that when I ordered it - it would be nice to get the shell that goes with it for really cold weather. This is a relatively light weight jacket, though its usefulness in cold temps is extended due to the heated aspect. My wife likes it and keeps it on high with the dual heat pretty much all the time because it's "cozy" and as a result the jacket eats through batteries pretty quickly. That said, she does get roughly a day's use out of the 2.0 battery. I upgraded her to the 3.0 battery. There are no heated pockets, likely because this is designed as an inner liner and you wouldn't be able to access the pockets through the outer shell. If this had heated pockets, I don't think she would take it off and I would give it 5 stars. The fit is pretty good, it looks pretty good and she doesn't complain about the position of the battery pack too much. She was comfortable in it at temps as low as freezing. When it got into the teens and single digits (F) she switched to a warmer jacket and said the arms were not warm enough. Hopefully that gives you some idea of its usefulness given your climate.Date published: 2019-02-05