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    Handwarmer Muff with viewing panel.

    Around the first of the year somebody posted pictures and a website where you could buy the handwarmer muff with viewing panel so you could text in the stand...anyone know where to find them?

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    Put the phone down and hunt.

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    seriously I agree 100% with Timmy Big Time because you are going to hunt not to text
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    who cares what he does on stand
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    These dang kids can't put down the portable Tv's they call cell phones. Either you hunt or text, I do not allow electronics when hunting or fishing with the kids. I mean what does it hurt to shut it off for a few hours, seriously.

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    I remember seeing those earlier this year as well. I think that there are a couple of different options, but the one I remember is from the makers of the warmbag. It is called the warm hands and can be found at www.thewarmbag.com.

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    hey when you find where to get them let me know. i played alot of online poker last deer season. its the only way i can sit in a stand that long.lol
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    The same people that make the warmbag make it..

    its on their website.. http://www.thewarmbag.com/category_s/50.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy Big Time View Post
    These dang kids can't put down the portable Tv's they call cell phones. Either you hunt or text, I do not allow electronics when hunting or fishing with the kids. I mean what does it hurt to shut it off for a few hours, seriously.
    dont agree with this at all....
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    The people who come on here with nothing constructive or helpful to say are so dang annoying! Seriously guys, give it up and get off your high horse.

    To answer the question the two that I read about were the warmbag and the textpack. I think the textpack looks better and was told that it is usually carried at Dunnams (not at the one by us, at least not yet). I tried out the warmbag one this weekend at an expo and I thought the hand openings were extremely small (to the point I thought it was maybe a second or screw-up). There is no way I could easlily slip my hands in and out.

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    Who cares if someone wants to text on stand...seriously I'd much rather have my phone on me for many reasons...falling out of a tree, killing a monster buck (text my buddies), recieving emergency calls(family comes before bucks), and texting your hunting buddy for various reasons. See now, a few very practical reasons to have a cell phone in a tree!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ftlotg15 View Post
    Who cares if someone wants to text on stand...seriously I'd much rather have my phone on me for many reasons...falling out of a tree, killing a monster buck (text my buddies), recieving emergency calls(family comes before bucks), and texting your hunting buddy for various reasons. See now, a few very practical reasons to have a cell phone in a tree!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAstringking View Post
    dont agree with this at all....
    I agree with the non agreeing. Our generation is different. Yes OUR, Im 18. The best way to get a kid into the woods may be thru electronics, wether it be a gameboy, a cellphone, or a Video camera. Our generation grew up around electronics and thats what were comfortable with. Im not saying Im that way or that everyone is that way, but youd be surprised. I personally read, or text, but mostly watch for deer. I just do stuff in the lull times and when i start seeing deer everything goes away and im hunting

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    Nothing wrong with texting on stand in my opinion. I love getting and giving updates on me and my buddies hunt as it happens. Near the end of a slow season I better have something to keep my occupied as I am hour three or four of seeing NOTHING.

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    The small openings are by design so that younger users would not have giant openings for their hands. You can make the openings larger by cutting the stitching on the inside edge of each opening until you reach the desired size.

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    I guess cutting the openings would be an option, but I would then worry the stitching would come loose further than I wanted. Seems like it could have been designed a touch better if you ask me but to each his own.

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    I got the textpack at Meyer last fall it was like 25.00 or so its pretty neat I used it mainly to update the post here "live from the stand" but also just to help me stay still. I'm not a kid by the way and did find it useful with a wife and 2 sons usaly in the woods somewhere its nice to keep up with what they where seeing or doing.

    Just think back guys it wasn't that long ago we used 2 way radios to bs with our hunting buddies.

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    WOW, I've just about seen it all now! LOL!

    What an accessory!!!! LMAO!!!!
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    Thanks for the input fellas. Not that I should have to validate my reason for doing so but I mainly text while I'm hunting for the same reasons everyone else does...emergencies, big buck down or to communicate with buddies about what we're seeing. For those interested here is a link to the Textpac website http://www.hymarx.com/index.html and the Warmbag website was posted above.
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    They also make stylus(es?) for all the newer phones. I like having my hands free, so I plan on buying a stylus this year and wearing gloves. I guess this wouldn't work for people that live in really cold climates....
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    Thats awesome... Just this past year it was a pain texting my brother when we were on stand because i would have to take my gloves off and freeze. Definitely going to be looking into one of these!
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    I really love it when someone asks a question and everyone just jumps down their throat that what they're doing is WRONG. If you don't use a phone while hunting then just STFU and move on. It was a simple question where to buy a handwarmer. G%dd#mned trolls...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy Big Time View Post
    Put the phone down and hunt.


    Funny but true......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy Big Time View Post
    These dang kids can't put down the portable Tv's they call cell phones. Either you hunt or text, I do not allow electronics when hunting or fishing with the kids. I mean what does it hurt to shut it off for a few hours, seriously.
    I have 3 young kids at home and own a business that requires I keep my phone on me. So what is good for you don't work for everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G6powercat View Post
    Around the first of the year somebody posted pictures and a website where you could buy the handwarmer muff with viewing panel so you could text in the stand...anyone know where to find them?
    I saw one at Academy the other day.

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