Which Hot Pocket Power Pack Do I Need?

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I suppose that's kind of like asking what kind of shoes you should put on in the morning...

It all depends on what your day looks like!

For the Hot Pocket, we wanted you to have options! We know that not all adventures are the same and your gear should adapt to fit the journey at hand. 

That's why we created two power pack options for the Hot Pocket—the Power Pack UL and Power Pack XL.

Power Pack Key Facts

The UL is a smaller, lightweight option (approximately 9 ounces) that provides up to six hours of continuous heat at low power. It's more than enough to heat a weekend walkabout or keep you toasty during a frigid outdoor football game. (Power Pack UL is included with your Hot Pocket)

The XL doesn't weigh all that much more (approximately 14 ounces total), but it boosts your potential heating time to 9-10 hours so you can fend off the cold for even longer! 

Power Pack Specifications

During the post-campaign survey ONLY, you'll be able to upgrade to the Power Pack XL for just $39!  

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Have questions about the Power Packs? We have answers!

Go ahead and leave your questions and comments in the form below and we'll get back to you as quick as we can.

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27 Comments

  • Woooww!! Looks great! It could be a good upgrade to our hot pockets =). Thanks Sierra Madre!!

    Jacob on
  • People need to realize that there are Lithium Ion battery packs, and not your average USB battery pack. They are lighter and much more efficient. Now that being said, it would have been nice to know about these options a head of time.
    Also, some answers to these questions would be nice also.

    Todd on
  • I don’t understand many of these comments. If you don’t want the product or just want to complain about it, why did you back it in the first place. And to say that the UL should be given to you for free if you upgrade to the XL is ridiculous – it still costs Sierra Marde money to make the UL. Do people not understand that backing a Kickstarter means you are funding a concept that is to go into development? You should be grateful Sierra Madre between now and when the Hot Pocket is shipped are continuing the refine the product to make it the best it can be for their customers. Sierra Madre, I hope you read this. You have my full support!

    Simon on
  • wow! such negativity on here! I guess because of my background in procurement i understand how development works. i am super excited for this product!

    Franklin on
  • I agree with some of the other posts I’ve seen: the upgrade to the XL version should be free of charge for backers, or at least the UL battery should remain included…

    Hans Tielens on
  • WHAT!?! So, I would have to pay an ADDITIONAL $80 for two XL Battery Packs? It can be spun whichever way it’s being spun … however, I only see this additional amount as another form of scamming/greed; AND AFTER THE CAMPAIGN HAS ENDED, WHERE A BACKER DOESN’T HAVE THE OPTION OF JUST CANCELING THEIR SUPPORT, IF THE PROJECT DOESN’T WORK FOR THEM, OR APPEAL, TO THEM ANYMORE! Why are we paying more money when we are the ones that backed your creation … and raised more money than you were seeking, at that! Personally, I can just do without a hot pocket; I lived up to now without one. And, I love my mom and want to make her remaining days as comfortable for her, as possible; however, not at the expense of feeling like my pocketbook is being raided. I rather just receive an immediate refund, than spend any additional money; especially, for something that I feel should have just been, freely, included, as part of backing this Campaign! #myopinion

    Sharon Pharms on
  • Is there a specific reason the power packs ports are USB-C and not a more standard type? I already own multiple power banks/packs that use common USB and it would be great if I could use them with the HP as well, and or plug the HP into larger power stations, solar generators, etc, that all still have the common USB ports.

    TDEngines on
  • Please show us the specs.
    - Ports
    - Volt/amp in/out
    - mAh
    - full charge time car/solar/wall plug
    Etc….

    Igor on
  • Good marketing.

    Monkey on
  • So why can’t you make the power switch on the sack to begin with. Have it on a USB so that we can use any after market power pack. Because if we have to use just the specific power pack for it, now I have to carry two power packs one for the hot pocket and one for the rest of my electronics. I would personally prefer to carry one power pack into the backwoods instead of 2 separate ones

    Kathy Walter on

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