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Milwaukee M12 Cordless High Visibility Heated Jacket 2346-XL

June 29, 2012

The reflective bright yellow/green  Milwaukee M12 Cordless High Visibility Heated Jacket 2346-XL  is a safety must have in the construction industry, especially when doing road work, it ensures the wearer is safe with an ANSI Class III rating. An ANSI Class III rating means that this jacket is certified to meet or exceed jobsite and roadside construction standards. The 2346-XL High Visibility Heated Jacket utilizes its built in multi layered fabric technology, featuring a fleece inner liner, as well as a durable carbon fiber heating element in the chest and upper back, this actively warms the body and stimulates blood circulation, thus providing unmatched warmth and performance. The 2346/2347 M12 high visibility heated jackets features three heat settings, high medium and low, for varying heating needs. The Milwaukee 2346 is also water and wind resistant, providing for its wearer in a variety of cold jobsite conditions. A sleek back pocket can expand to hold an XC battery, but is hidden so the wearer doesn’t have a bulky battery exposed while wearing the jacket. The 2346 utilizes M12 RED LITHIUM technology, which delivers superior runtime, with up to 6 hours of heat on a single charge. In addition the Milwaukee M12 Cordless High Visibility Jacket also features a zip-in removable hood, offering versatility on the job site.

In addition, customization is an option with the hidden inside pocket, this was designed in the jacket  to facilitate custom embroidery by construction companies or individual end users, which aids in keeping your property from being mistakenly identified. The Milwaukee jackets are available in sizes ranging from M – 4XL, are 100% polyester, and weigh 4.5 pounds.

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