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Firstgear Remote Dual Heat Troller Control


  • Dual wireless remote kit that includes: remote, receiver and battery harness
  • Waterproof remote and receiver
  • Sealed switch with tactile on/off and 300° rotation
  • Color coded knobs and LEDs for tactile and visual feedback
  • Handles 15 amps at 13 volts with internal reset for overloads and shorts
  • Receiver dimensions: 2.5 x 1.75 x .5 inches
  • Control dimensions: 1.9 x 1.3 x .75 inches

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Firstgear Remote Dual Heat Troller 4.9 5 15 15
Great Product I was tired of struggling with all the wires associated with my wired heat controller. The dual Heat Troller cured that problem and more. It allows me to Velcro the unit to my dashboard so I can see, at all times, my settings and gives me quick access to make changes. Love it! March 30, 2015
Easy Installation and Works Great I purchased this controller for my wife and myself. We use them to control our gloves and insoles independently. Installation was simple and clean since the controller is wireless. Now, comfort control is at our finger-tips. January 12, 2015
great came to me paired to receiver, took a short ride and worked just like my wired controller, highly recommend Revzilla for quick shipping and price. December 29, 2014
This one works as advertised. This is my second one. The first one I bought a year ago and could not get to work, so I returned it. Thought I'd give it another try and this one works perfectly with my Gerbings heated gear. Fewer wires to deal with and can put in a place that makes it easy to see and operate.. Well worth the price. Very happy with it. November 24, 2014
Works right out of box Looking to eliminate some of the wires attaching me to the bike during winter riding. The controllers works great. Even with the mismatched heated gear. Sync'd out of the box , plug in power to heated gear and instant heat. Receiver is heavy and need to find a better placement. Currently it rides in a pocket in the center of my chest. It does take a bit for me to forget it's there. July 28, 2014
Works very well with Gerbing's newest Jacket liner and G3 Gloves. I went for years with the original (1997) Gerbing Jacket Liner and gloves with only an on/off switch. The newest microwire gear just puts out way too much heat when on full, so having a heat controller is a must have. Firstgear's wireless Remote Dual Heat Troller is easy to install, plug and play, and the remote sits nicely on top of the hydraulic clutch reservoir. The units came pre-paired so installation was done in under 10 minutes on a 2010 Goldwing. March 31, 2014
Excellent product; could stand to use a better mounting feature Firstgear remote dual heat trollers connect easily, work perfectly, and are very well made. Far more convenient than the wired dual controls from Gerbing (we use Gerbing gear with our remote controls), but my only reason not to give 5 stars across the board is the lack of better mounting options. Firstgear includes an adhesive velcro patch with the kit, but I really don't want to GLUE something onto my bike, even if it's just a square inch of hook-and-loop! The included wrist strap is pointless, since nobody's going to ride with the control dangling from their arm. I resolved my mounting dilemma by using a band of soft, flexible velcro cable-wrap (easily found at home improvement stores, etc.) horizontally around the control unit (with soft, loop-side facing out so as not to scratch paint), then another piece vertically around the control unit once (weaving it through the horizontal piece to add more stability), then a couple times around both the control and my handlebar. Placing the unit close to the left grip gave the unit both convenient access and added stability from being moved around by vibration, etc. I wish I didn't have to jerry-rig a mount for this otherwise awesome control, but it still deserves a five-star rating for quality manufacturing, thoughtful details (fully waterproof control and receiver units, LED function lights, etc.), and excellent heat control. March 3, 2014
Great Troller The biggest problem with any heat troller whether it is added to the bike, attached to your gear, or a remote like this one is where do I put it. Well with this one you can put the remote in your pocket or attach it anywhere using velcro or even better 3m Dual Lock. At for the troller, what can I say it all worked with no fuss. The days of syncing the remote seem to be over. Just wired it, plugged everything in, turned the dials and viola heat. Don't know if Warm'n'Safe (manufacturer), Firstgear (distributor), or Revzilla does the syncing but it is appreciated. Revzilla is awesome and fast as usual...what more can I say. January 20, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Anthony C: Recommended by Triumph dealership Nov 27, 2015
Jorge M: Always looking of the most convenient and wireless way to keep warm. Nov 24, 2015
B A: The unit is much easier than hard wiring the bike and can be used on multiple bikes Oct 5, 2015
jeffery p: Works great. I just keep it in my jacket pocket/backpack. Have not had any issues with this unit. Apr 6, 2015
Thomas B: to be able to place it for easy access while driving Mar 5, 2015
Joseph A. S: Good reviews in Consumer Motorcycle News magazine Jan 10, 2015
Stephen S: Firstgear makes great products, and I was cold on my last ride. Jan 1, 2015
Nelson F: I previously bought this remote for my son as part of a set and he lost it. Dec 10, 2014
E M: Friends recommendation. Dec 2, 2014
Christopher W: portability and to heat gloves Nov 13, 2014
David C: I wanted to be able to easily adjust the temperature on my heated items. Based on the reviews, this seemed like a good choice. Oct 31, 2014
Paul C: Read the reviews in BMW Owners News ,I trust them. Revzillas price is better then all others, besides it is getting cold in Iowa! Oct 29, 2014
Atsumu M: convenience and functionaity to connect Oct 27, 2014
ANDREW H: I purchased this as a backup for my Alaska trip Oct 23, 2014
Mark P: So I wouldn't have too many wires dangling off my clothes. Oct 11, 2014
Edwin S: I bought the remote Heat troller to eliminate some of the wiring. Oct 4, 2014
james g: clean install, no holes drilled in bike, not in weather, Jun 21, 2014
John W: I have this one for my jacket and gloves and I just bought the same gear for my wife and I needed a controller. These are fantastic!! Apr 5, 2014
Richard A: Wanted the ability to control a jacket liner/Glove combination with one channel and the heated socks with the other so I can tailor the heat. I like the idea of not having to cut into my fairing and install mounted controls. Mar 7, 2014
Richard W: I wanted a controller mounted to the bike and not my jacket. Mar 5, 2014
DAVID G: Warm "n" Safe (Firstgear branded) makes some of the best stuff out there and this troller is the one bought more often than not and very highly recommended. Dec 30, 2013
phil m: ability to mount where i wanted and no wires. Also I went with the first gear wtp liner so it was set up to accept the reciever . Dec 29, 2013
Todd W: I'm looking forward to cordless warmth adjustments to my heated gloves and jacket liner. Nov 23, 2013
Neil T: I didn't want to have to mount the troller to a specific place on my bike and this definitely wins for mobility. I'll be able to have my jacket and gloves at separate heat levels. Oct 15, 2013
A shopper asked: With the dual controller do you have to use any type of Y cable to control the jacket and gloves independently? Jan 10, 2014
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Brian S: It works just like the corded controller, except it is cordless from the jacket. There is a remote unit that will plug into your jacket and connects with this unit without the wires.

You still will have a power cable coming from your bike to your jacket.

If you have the jacket it has the wiring for the gloves incorporated in the jacket. If you do not have the jacket, then you need the Y-cable that normally is supplied with the gloves.

If you have the jacket and gloves, this is all you need. It works great, since you can mount it in a convenient location on the bike to control.

Hope this helps.
Jan 11, 2014
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Todd W: I have the Dual Controller and the Warm & Safe Jacket liner. To use the Dual Heat Troller, you install the Receiver into the Jacket. Properly set up, the Jacket and Gloves are all wired properly inside the Jacket w/ just the one red plug coming out the bottom of the jacket to plug into your power supply.

I found a way to install the controller onto my handlebars, by far the easiest location for knob turning. And my install allows me to take it off the bars in seconds any and all times.

I love having the opportunity to heat hands and body at separate setting - and this controller really works the trick
Jan 12, 2014
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A s: The heated jacket should already be wired with a Y cable that has connectors at the end of the sleeves for the heated gloves. The receiver module of the dual heat troller goes in the jacket where the connectors for the jacket liner and the Y cable for the gloves are located.

If you have a jacket that isn't pre-wired for heated gloves you would need to add your own Y cable. FWIW, every heated jacket / liner I have seen is pre-wired.
Jan 10, 2014
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Robert P: My gloves connect to my heated jacket liner (both Gerbings). The wireless dual controller comes with a wireless receiver (like a dongal) whichs connects to the two ports in the jacket. The dual controller has one controller for the gloves and one for the jacket. It is one of the best purchases for winter riding that I have made; no more being tethered to the bike. Jan 10, 2014
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Gail M: The cable/wire configuration is all done in the jacket(I have the warm and safe jacket liner) and when correctly plugged together and then paired with the controller...one knob will control the jacket and the other will control the gloves. Great system! Enjoy! Gail...05 Yamaha FJR Jan 10, 2014
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Charif L: No. Jacket and gloves can share a single power supply without using the Y splitter and still function separately. I use the Y splitter to supply my USB charger that I store in my handlebar bag. Jan 10, 2014
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Daniel B: No, in essence the dual controller *is* a Y cable. It has three connections, a 12V source input from your battery and two independently adjustable output connections. Feb 3, 2014
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Gregory L: No. If connected to the right wires in the jacket, one knob will control the jacket and the other will control the gloves - no Y-adapters required. Jan 10, 2014
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Richard N: No the control module wires to the jacket wire and glove wire built into my jacket and there is an extra wire to hook pants to. Jan 10, 2014
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Charif L: No. The jacket and gloves can be wired in a way so to use a single power source, so no Y splitter required. Jan 10, 2014
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Robert J: No you do not. Jan 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this work on Gerbing or Harley Davidson heated gear? Oct 4, 2013
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Jeffrey G: I use Firstgear Remote Dual Heat Troller on my Gerbing heated jacket liner and Gerbing T5 gloves.
Haven't had any issues with it yet. (knock on wood)
It is very convenient compared to Garbing's wired version.
Oct 4, 2013
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Justin A: I bought this based on the advice of the Revzilla phone rep. She said Firstgear and Gerbing use the same basic technology. I've use it a few times with the new Gerbing heated liner. It's working well so far! Oct 4, 2013
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Wojciech R: I'm using this controller with Gerbing Extreme Element jacket/pants set and gloves. I like the wireless connection. It is easy to adjust and very visible, seating on my Goldwing dashboard. Oct 4, 2013
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Robert P: I bought the Firstgear Remote Dual Heat Troller for use with my Gerbing heated jacket liner and gloves and it works perfectly both. Oct 4, 2013
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John W: Yes it will definitely work on Gerbing jacket liner and gloves. Oct 4, 2013
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Scott D: Will definitely work on Gerbing. That's what I have. Oct 4, 2013
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Daniel B: I have Gerbings and it is working great. Oct 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: What happens when the battery in the remote device dies? How long have the batteries lasted for you? What kind of batteries does it require? Oct 23, 2013
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WAYNE W: I can't post a link, so google for "heat-troller manual", you will find a pdf of the manual

If the battery in the remote dies, the controller will supply 1/3 power to the gear, so you won't freeze

CR2032 batteries (button-style)

I'm not sure how long the last, I'm on my first season. I will replace them every Fall to be safe.
Oct 23, 2013
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Mel F: This unit uses two (2) AAA batteries; I usually change them out after I've gone on three multiple day trips if I have used the unit continuously. I always carry an extra set of batteries. Nov 6, 2013
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william m: My wife has used it one season and loves it!
We have not replaced the batteries so I can not help you with that.
Oct 23, 2013
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Robert J: No battery changes yet and still working great after seven months. Oct 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is syncing remote controller a one time process, or required each time when connecting to the power harness attached to the battery? Dec 24, 2012
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RevZilla: Once sync'ed the only scenario that will cause them to unsynch is when the AAA batteries die and are changed. Other than that they should stay sync'ed most of the time. That being said, electronics from time to time will do things they are not supposed do for no apparent reason. If it happens more than once and resyncing it does not correct the problem, let us know and we can get looked at under warranty. Dec 28, 2012
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Brad S: Syncing is a easy, one time process. Dec 25, 2012
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Jsretaw: Once it is synced it stays synced. Jan 1, 2013
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dannyj: This is a one time process. Dec 25, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this controller work with Sedici heated gear ? Feb 2, 2015
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Rania M: Sorry, not familiar with Sedici heated gear either. If their gear uses coax connectors, than you could potentially use this heat troller. Keep in mind, none of the manufacturers like you to mix their products with others. Therefore, if something does go wrong, your garments or heat controllers may not be covered under warranty. Feb 18, 2015
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J R: I have only used it with Harley and Gerbings gear and am not familiar with Sedici. I really like that the controller is separate from the wires and you can place the controls in a convenient out of the way place that is not constrained by wire length! Feb 17, 2015
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Richard M: I don't know for sure. The receiver would have to be plug compatible and voltage compatible. You might check the specs from the vendor that supplies Sedici heated gear. I've always used mine with first gear/warm and safe Feb 18, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is this product compatible with the Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 jacket ? Aug 16, 2015
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Mark P: I don't know. I do know it works with Gerbings and Powerlet as I have both and it works well. Aug 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: On the Gerbing Company they give a lifetime warranty. What is the warranty for First Gear and how to get something fixed, if there is a problem. Also what is the turn around time after its sent in?? Nov 13, 2014
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Daniel B: Website does not mention electronics, only clothing, nor do they talk about turn-around time so I guess a phone call is in order: "Warranty questions may be directed to Firstgear at eight-six-six-3O2 5676"
This post won't let me input links so you'll have to google "firstgear-usa" like I did.
Nov 14, 2014
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