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Digitsole Connected, Heating Insole Is Yet Another Amazing Christmas Gift

If someone told you that you would one day use your cell phone to control how much heat your insoles would generate, you'd most likely have laughed to tears... in case you understood what all this was about. However, meet Digitsole, the world's first connected, heated insole system.
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Of course, the entire idea behind Digitsole falls into the "how come I didn't think about this before?" category. The basics are as simple as they get: a good-quality, comfortable insole, with heating elements embedded in its structure, and with a small battery pack that integrates the controller and Bluetooth communicator.

The new, improved Warm Series insoles are waterproof and come with IPx5 certification, being suitable for occasional use, as well as for work activities. The heel zone integrates a special cushion area that absorbs shocks and spreads vibrations. The Flex zone and the X Torsion System add to the overall foot stability and comfort of wearing these insoles.
A pedometer function is now available
The Digitsole incorporates a special module that can count how many steps one makes and the number of burned calories. Each sole can be controlled individually, and this adds to the overall comfort.

The maximum heat level is 113°F (45°C), and depending on usage, a full battery charge can power the Digitsole Warm Series for up to 6 hours. Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity ensures that pretty much any smartphone will be able to interact with them. The dedicated app looks really intuitive and easy to use, so your feet will be warm without breaking a sweat (pun intended).

In Europe, the Digitsole insoles are available in sizes 34 to 47, while US customers get them in sizes 4-13 (men) and 6-11 (women). Dual micro-USB cables are used for recharging the Digitsole, but the manufacturer doesn't say how long this process takes. On the other hand, the Digitsole has LED indicators that make everything much easier, too.

The Digitsole are available in 21 countries across Europe, North America and Asia, at an MSRP of 199$ / 199€. Not exactly the cheapest insoles, but they definitely make riding a motorcycle in the winter much more interesting, all of a sudden!

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