Quanta Vici Launches First-Ever Smart Heated Socks and Gloves on Kickstarter

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Quanta Vici Smart Wearables offer precise temperature-controlled heat where it’s needed most: the hands and feet.

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For the first time, you can look sharp, warm, and truly comfortable at the same time. Whether you’re waiting for a ride, going for a walk, enjoying an outdoor event or working outside in the cold, Quanta Vici Smart Gloves and Socks are the layering essentials you won’t want to live without.

Say goodbye to frozen fingers and toes with Quanta Vici Smart Wearables, launching today on Kickstarter. These heated gloves and socks provide to-the-degree customizable heat in packages that look sharp and keep wearers warm and comfortable.

Heated wearable technology has increased in popularity in recent years, but not all solutions are created equally. Many require portable battery packs to provide the power needed to create heat. They all without exception offer pre-set temperature settings that put users in a “Goldilocks” situation: it’s either too hot or too cold and rarely just right.

Quanta Vici Smart Wearables offer smart temperature regulation up to 131 degrees Fahrenheit. This means precision temperature control, so each wearer can choose their ideal temperature degree for maximum comfort. With even heat distribution and a battery that lasts up to 6.5 hours when used at the highest setting, or multiple days on medium settings, Quanta Vici Smart Socks and Gloves will last no matter the activity. A full charge is achieved in under two hours via USB-C fast charging, and if the day requires heat for more than 6.5. hours, it’s also easy to connect the gloves or socks to any portable power bank for simultaneous heating and on-the-go charging, should the need arise for extra power.

“Quanta Vici was created with one simple mission: to deliver a premium smart apparel glove experience,” said Adrien Sadeghzadeh, CEO of Quanta Vici. “For the first time, you can look sharp, warm, and truly comfortable at the same time. Whether you’re waiting for a ride, going for a walk, enjoying an outdoor event or working outside in the cold, Quanta Vici Smart Gloves and Socks are the layering essentials you won’t want to live without.”

Quanta Vici brought together designers and engineers from major brands including Adidas, BMW, and Ralph Lauren to ensure every glove and sock exceeds the highest standards in form and function. Quanta Vici Smart Wearables are waterproof and ready for wear in any cold weather situation. They leverage unique carbon fibers to evenly distribute heat to ensure all extremities are kept comfortably warm. Quanta Vici Smart Gloves are lightweight and feature touchscreen-friendly fingertips and anti-slipping grip texture. The gloves are made from 75% recycled polyester and 25% spandex, while the socks feature a blend of wool, nylon, and spandex.

Temperature is maintained via Integrated Smart Sense Apparel Control. This proprietary system of sensors measures the temperature inside the wearable to regulate heat to each user’s preferred setting down to the degree. Quanta Vici’s smartphone app allows wearers to check battery time to know whether it’s time to recharge from within the app, and quickly check the temperature settings and make adjustments if needed. The app also features a memory setting, so users don’t have to worry about remembering what their heat preferences are. Each Quanta Vici Smart Wearable comes in either small/medium or large/extra-large and is quickly charged in under two hours. To pre-order, visit pr.go2.fund/weardasun.

About Quanta Vici, Inc.
Quanta Vici Inc. is a smart wearable company founded in 2017 to create premium wearable solutions that look good, feel good, and work perfectly. After experiencing frustrations with existing products, the Quanta Vici team blended experts from a variety of industries including apparel, technology, and engineering to create innovative solutions that utilize cutting-edge technology to improve people’s lives. For more information, visit http://www.QuantaVici.com.

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