Firstgear Heated Glove Liners
I used to have the Powerlet glove liners, but had to replace them and they seem to be discontinued, so I bought these; they don't seem to be as warm all around, but they are more than enough to do the job. I use them for outside winter work in ND along with glove liners over them and 2XL winter gloves over those.
January 12, 2015
At first, I didn't feel like these put out much heat. But riding in the 20's (degrees F#, they work well! I use them on my daily commute and I no longer experience heat loss due to clutch/brake handle use #usually my fingers get cold during the in-town part of my commute).
I also noticed I don't even have to turn on my heated grips in the 20's, even at highway speeds where I usually feel wind chill on the backs of my hands.
Fitting is a little tricky, seem a bit large. But once in use under my current gloves, they are not noticeable.
December 31, 2014
The main use for these will be for my wife while driving her car in the winter. Used a 12V car adapter and a wye cord (all happened to be Firstgear brand, bought from RZA). She doesn't need the wind protection of a full glove while in the car. Plugged everything together and she immediately felt the warmth. Also using a single channel Gerbing controller to adjust heat. Should be able to connect them to her Gerbing jacket liner if necessary and use under some gloves or mittens. Very light and she had no complaints about bulky points.
December 30, 2014
sizing spot on, high quality glove
great quality, strong plug in, size right on, fits under any shell.
December 22, 2014
I bought these to replace my Firstgear Heated Carbon Gloves that I've been using for several years.
These are a great addition to use under a winter/weather proof glove. They are not designed to by used by themselves.
I usually wear a Medium and ordered the L/XL according to Warm&Safe's size chart. The fit is spot on according to their chart. They obviously add some bulk, so your standard gloves may not fit over these. I haven't had any issues with mine, but it does get a little tight. I use these liners with Held Warm N Dry gloves when the temps get below 40F and they're prefect.
December 22, 2014
I have been using these the past couple weeks in MD and my hands are toasty. I have always toughed it and rode all year long by now my commute is an hour each way and the cold fingers was getting unbearable. I don't no why I did not do sooner. Now I am thinking about boot insole or heated socks.
November 20, 2013