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Therm-if (Sidas) rc1200 boot heaters - one battery works!

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Thermic (now Sidas) rc1200 Heaters for ski boots and with batteries and heaters BUT ONE battery failing!!!

My wife’s boot heaters which were very effective BUT one battery is now failing - on full heating power it only lasts half an hour or so.
The other battery was bought 3-4 years ago by chance in a ski shop that had some “new old stock”.
The heating elements themselves work - the newer battery lasts most of the day.

I’ve disassembled the OLD failing battery case in the hope of trying to buy a compatible replacement lithium ion cell but cannot find that fits the case.
(Easily reassembled by you or me! It’s a pair of 3.7v cells wired in series to give 7.4v - with a little printed circuit board on top linking the two cells and to stop over-charging and discharging)

Am hoping there’s someone with one good cell who can use this to keep their set going as the replacements are completely different cables, connectors and batteries and cost over £200!

£25 plus p and p

You can have the used sticky sole covers that I’ve taken off if you wish, but you can buy new ones - which I’d strongly recommend - from Sidas U.K. or a good ski shop.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
NB these do NOT include insoles - these are to be attached to your own insoles!
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
PS This includes the two clips to hold batteries to your boot power strap.
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