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John B: I bought this because I have heated grips and do not plan on buying heated gloves. I chose to go wireless because it can be mounted pretty much anywhere I want. I've used it a lot and am very, very happy with this purchase.May 28, 2014
Jason R asked:Maybe this is a silly question, but how do you power two gloves with the one connection? I only want heated gloves - not a heated jacket with connections on each sleeve to each glove.
Additionally, I have a trickle charge cable hooked up (SAE). Is it safe to do an SAE to coax to this wireless one? And is the cable which takes power from the harness to the gloves long enough to go all the way up on its own (since I won't be using the harness that this comes with)?Nov 30, 2013
William C:To answer your questions the gloves will have a Y-cable that plugs into the controler I don't see any reason the sae cable would not work you just need to be carfull about the fusing the charger and the controller most likely have different requirements. You need to take into account that the sae cable is not relayed therfore you can drain your battery. as far as the conectors I got everything I needed at radio shach don't cut into the controlers wire harness as it viods the warrantyDec 2, 2013
A s:"And is the cable which takes power from the harness to the gloves long enough to go all the way up on its own (since I won't be using the harness that this comes with)?"
The Y cable might be long enough, depends on how long the SAE cable coming off your battery is. Worst case, install the harness with the coax connector and use a coax to SAE adapter for your trickle charger.Jan 10, 2014
Peter A:The control has a flat battery in it. You hook your vest to the receiver and the receiver is hooked to the bike. The control you mount on your bike or in a pocket and its paired to the receiver wirelessly. Velcro is supplied so it can be stuck on your fairing or brake reservoir. Works great. Recommended!
~Pete Oct 24, 2013