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As the months get colder, one clothing accessory you cannot do without is a scarf.

Now thanks to modern-day technology, you can get a battery heated scarf to keep the cold at bay, especially when you’re enjoying the great outdoors.

Asides protecting you from the chill, battery-heated scarves have been reported to lessen the symptoms of long-term illnesses like arthritis.

How do battery-heated scarves work?

Battery-heated scarves are like your everyday fleece or cotton winter scarves.

However, they often come with rechargeable batteries and heating elements in the lining of the scarf. These scarves are also designed with fasteners (buttons or Velcro connections) to hold the scarf around the neck.

Before buying a battery heated scarf, here is a review of some of the popular brands in the market.

  1. HappyLuxe Wayfarer Travel Shawl: Click here to get Amazon’s latest pricing


This battery heated scarf is soft and large (68″ x 35″). Just good enough to cuddle around your neck and even pass for a blanket while you’re travel. HappyLuxe Wayfarer Travel Shawl can be used as a neck scarf, a travel blanket, a pashmina, a shawl, and more.

This shawl has a hidden pocket, housing two air-activated warmers. Additionally, the lightweight micromodal-spandex material makes it breathable and machine washable. 

Ratings: 4.5/5


  • Large and fashionable
  • Versatile
  • Heats up quickly and disperses heat evenly
  • The shawl heats up instantly and the warmth spread throughout your body 
  • Long heat span


  • Because of its large size, it may be a hassle to carry around in your bag. 


  1. PerfectPrime Heated Scarf: Click here to get Amazon’s latest pricing



This PerfectPrime Heated Scarf does not come with batteries in the scarf lining. So you have to purchase a separate power bank and connect it to this scarf via a USB cord. Although this is an added cost, the scarf is not clunky. The scarf is also soft and versatile. 

Ratings: 4.3/5


  • Quality material
  • Holds heat well
  • Affordable



    • Does not come with a power bank
  1. Techniche ThermaFur Heated Scarf: Click this link for Amazon’s latest price


One special thing about Techniche scarf is that it comes with small pockets (housing the body warmers) in the middle and at both ends of the material. The poly-fleece material is smartly sized so it is also great for adults as well as kids. Generating about 20 hours of warmth, this scarf is durable and fits snugly.

Without using batteries, this Techniche ThermaFur Heating Scarf uses body warmers to warm up the chest and neck area. Pliable and soft, the scarfs come in khaki and black, allowing for a bit of style. 

Great for outdoor activities.

Ratings: 4.1/5


  • Soft fleece material ensures comfort and warmth
  •  Stylish and hangs effortlessly around the neck 
  • Foldable and easy to pack 


  • These scarfs only come in neutral colors
  1. HotHands Heated Fleece Neck Gator: Click here to get Amazon’s latest pricing


At an affordable price, this heated scarf comes with a free pair of warmers.

This heated scarf is designed with an integrated pocket for the air-activated warmers. By shaking these warmers, you turn the heat up. 

These TSA-approved neck scarfs are made from long-lasting fleece material.

Apart from warming up your neck, these neck gators are designed to protect your ears from the cold.


Ratings: 4.3/5


  • Highly comfortable
  • Hold heats well
  • Comes in several colors



  • The gator is somewhat oversized
  1. Herbal Concepts Warming Scarf: Click here for Amazon’s latest pricing


What sets Herbal Concepts Warming Scarf apart from the rest is its eco-friendliness.  Infused with twelve natural grains and herbs, the scarf brings warmth as well as a therapeutic feel, relieving muscle tension and stress in the upper body area. Just heat in your microwave for a few minutes and you’re good to go. The heated scarf is moderately heavy but comfortable. Its cozy mink material comes with pockets to keep your personal belongings while keeping your neck toasty.

Ratings: 3.7/5


  • Eco-friendly
  • Made with natural herbs and grain.
  • Smells great



  • Comes in one color
  • Relieves muscle pain, tension, and stress
  • Quite stylish
  1. Volt Rechargeable Heated Scarf: Click here for Amazon’s latest price


Designed with a fancy grey color, the Volt Rechargeable Heated Scarf includes a durable internal battery, which is light, safe and rechargeable. Asides from providing hours of warmth, the battery won’t become a burden as you wrap the heated scarf around your neck.

Included with this scarf is a 5-v power bank so you recharge the battery via a USB cord. You can also use this power bank to charge your smartphones.

The scarf comes with a three-heat setting. You can get seven hours of warmth on the lowest setting. About four hours on medium setting. And three hours on the highest setting.

The heating coils are placed on the back of the neck and on the rear of the scarf. Heat can be regulated using a push-button controller on the scarf allows.

Ratings: 3.7/5


  • Adjustable heat
  • Has an internal battery
  • Can be charged with a power bank


  • A bit more expensive


  1. AWOEZ USB Heated Neck Scarf with Warm Pocket: Click here for Amazon’s latest price


Looking for simplicity and comfort? The AWOEZ USB Heated Neck Scarf has a stylish look and soft, spanning about five feet in length. It is also designed with three zippered pockets to store your phone and keys.

Running on an embedded single carbon fiber coil technology, the fabric is said to heat up for up to 112-degrees Fahrenheit, offering a warm flow of heat to fight the cold.

Not designed with an in-built battery, this AWOEZ USB Heated Neck Scarf is powered by a power bank via a USB port. So you would have to purchase a power bank (which you’ll have to slip into one of the scarf’s pocket) to get heat.  Of course, the power bank has to thin and small enough to slip into the pocket. 

As long as you have battery power in your power bank, your scarf will stay warm all through the day. 

Ratings: 3.5/5


  • Affordable
  • Can hold heat for a long time


  • Does not come with a power bank
  • No in-built batteries
  1. Warmawear Battery Operated Heated Scarf: Click here for Amazon’s latest price


What sets Warmawear Battery Operated Heated Scarf apart is its durability and sleek design.  Made with soft fleece and modern carbon fiber coil, heat is comfortably generated to keep cold away while relieving neck and back pain.

Running on replaceable AA batteries, the scarfs provide heat for up to three hours. Heat is regulated with an on-and-off switch in the hidden battery compartment in the scarf. Measuring about five feet in length, you easily wrap this battery heated scarf around your neck a couple of times.

Ratings: 2.8/5


  • Lightweight and easy on the shoulders
  • Sleek design
  • Durable but soft material


  • Poor battery life


  1. Thermogear Rechargeable Heated Scarf: Click here for Amazon’s latest price


This scarf will sit comfortably around the neck while keeping your upper body toasty in cold weather.

Made with a soft fleece material, this scarf supplies heat sweetly.

And because the scarf is pliable, you can loop the material around your neck as much as you like.

Another great thing about this Thermogear Rechargeable Heated Scarf is that it’s unisex. Anybody can wear these scarves.

Asides keeping the chill away, the scarf comes with heating pads that can alleviate muscle tension and neck stiffness. This scarf also comes with thin batteries you can recharge with a USB cord. The rechargeable battery can last for three hours, generating heat. It is machine-washable and stays soft after many washes. Just remove the battery before washing. 

Ratings: 3.3/5


  • Unisex
  • Smooth fleece exterior


  • Poor battery life


Getting a high-quality and safe-to-use heated scarf should be your priority. Then ask yourself: do you need this scarf to keep the cold away or alleviate arthritis.


  1. Man… jou’ve just given me an idea for a PERFECT st Valentine’s gift for my wife. Those scarfs are great, I didn’t even know something like this exists on the market.
    My wife always keeps freezinf even in spring and fall. Nice review. Keep doing the good job.

  2. OMG… I didn’t realize there were such things as heated scarves. I was a little surprised to see that there are many brands and types available. I know about the hand/feet warmer type things for the cold, but not a scarf. Thanks for sharing something I didn’t realize existed.

  3. First off, I am ALWAYS cold! These heated scarves would even be perfect for my office job! Yes, it’s freezing there too! Winter in New Jersey is never fun. I’ll definitely do a little more digging into your article to see which one would best fit my needs! Thanks!

    • Scarves can help keep you warm and the warmth will last longer on a low setting when you are inside. Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way. Stay warm. Bob

  4. What a great idea! I have not heard of them before. Considering I am always cold in the winter, I need to get one before the cold hits us here in NZ. I have been busy knitting for the family but these take the cake… I so need one.

    Thank you for these suggestions, as they are definitely food for thought.


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