Bosch Power Tools Announces GHJ12V Heated Jacket and GHH12V-20 Heated Hoodie, Keeping Workers Warm Through the Winter Months

December 9, 2020

Bosch Power Tools recently announced its newest heated gear additions, the GHJ12V Heated Jacket and GHH12V-20 Heated Hoodie.

Including enhanced, modern designs and light, durable materials, the jacket and hoodie feature three temperature settings for enhanced control and comfort. Strategically placed heat zones in the chest and lower back offer through, efficient heating in a lightweight, easy-to-wear package.

Both products come packaged with the Bosch GAA12V-21 12V Max Portable Power Adapter, enabling users to take full advantage of their Bosch 12V Max Battery, delivering heat as well as 2.1 Amps of accessory power for mobile devices, phones, tablets and more. Additional details below:

GHJ12V Heated Jacket:

  •    –   Jacket has three warming heat zones and six pockets for storage
  •    –   High-quality water and wind resistant design for maximum comfort
  •    –   Portable adapter delivers fast charging to phones and other devices

GHH12V-20 Heated Hoodie:

  •    –   Hoodie has three warming heat zones and large adjustable hood
  •    –   Portable adapter for fast charging cell phones, other devices
  •    –   Specially designed lightweight fabric design for maximum comfort

For more information, visit www.boschtools.com.

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