Model#: BSHNPSJ120M

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Bosch 12V MAX Lithium-Ion Heated Jacket

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Made of 100% polyester, Bosch's 12V MAX Heated Jacket brings a whole new level of comfort and warmth. Three high efficiency core heating zones keep you warm during colder conditions, with three heat settings for the perfect level of comfort. A soft-shell outer coating enhances the jackets durability, making it resistant to water and wind to keep the heat in and the cold out. Five separate pockets provide plenty of storage for your portable phones and other accessories, and added reflective strips lining the chest offer added safety and awareness in darker conditions.
  • Three high efficiency core heating zones within the chest and back provide warmth
  • Adjustable heat levels offer provide just the right amount of heat for maximum comfort
  • Reflective strips add safety and awareness when working in darker conditions
  • Five separate pockets for storing phones, MP3 players, wallets and other accessories
  • Charge cell phones and other electronic devices with the integrated USB port on the battery holster
  • 12V MAX Lithium-Ion Heated Jacket
  • Battery Holster
  • Battery Not Included


Series: 12V MAX
Cordless: Yes
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Heat Settings: 3
Heat Zones: Right Chest / Left Chest / Back
Voltage: 12V


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  • 12V MAX Lithium-Ion Medium Softshell Heated Jacket (Black)


    does It can use water to washed ?
    Asked on 11/19/2013 by Neo

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      You can hand wash with warm water and mild soap. Disconnect the battery from the power cord. Do not wring, hang to dry. Do not put it in the dryer and do not dry clean.

      Answered on 11/21/2013 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
  • 12V MAX Lithium-Ion Medium Softshell Heated Jacket (Black)


    I don't know what size to buy for a Bosch heated jacket. I think the provided size chart on your website is wrong. For example, I wear medium size for a Dewalt heated jacket and small size for a North Face jacket. The listed chest size for a Dewalt medium heated jacket is 38"-40". The listed chest size for a North Face small jacket is 36-38" However, the listed size for a Bosch heated jacket small is 49" and 51" for a medium size.
    I think the Bosch jacket sizes provided on your website are way too big.
    Asked on 10/28/2013 by amb

    4 answers

    • A:

      I am 5'9", 160lbs and my chest is about 38 1/2". I have the medium. Unless you plan on wearing some bulky clothing under the jacket, like a big sweater or something you want the jacket to be snug so you really feel the heat.

      Answered on 12/7/2013 by madluc from topsfield, ma
    • Staff Reviewer


      These jacket tend to run on the small side.

      Answered on 10/31/2013 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
    • A:

      I just ordered one of these jackets in a Small and I'm 5'10. Normally I can wear a Men's Small jacket and have it fit pretty good. Although this one fit almost perfect, until I zipped it up, it became quite snug. Especially where the battery pack goes in the waist area. So I'm going to exchange for a Medium. I WOULD RECOMMEND ORDERING ONE SIZE BIGGER THAN WHAT YOU NORMALLY WEAR...

      Other than that, it is a really nice jacket that works well for its intended purpose.

      Answered on 1/5/2014 by Arianaz from Bay area, CA
    • A:

      Yes, the Bosch sizing numbers are WAY OFF. Ignore them. I suggest YouTube videos on this topic. One suggested, for Bosch jackets, going UP one size from what was listed. It's the one comparing Milwaukee and Bosch.

      Answered on 2/17/2014 by WhoaBoy from Akron, OH
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