Gerbing's Lighted On/Off Switch
I bought this as a backup to the Powerlet remote controller. Tried it and works great. Well worth the investment especially when the batteries go out on your controller on chilly 36 deg.
F. early morning ride.
April 1, 2013
This switch works well.
I bought this switch to use in making my own cord for an electric jacket liner. I didn't want the extra connections of just plugging the switch to the cord using the provided coaxal plugs. So I removed the plugs and wired the switch directly into the cord. The switch uses soldiered connnections so you need to be handy with a soldiering iron to do this. I like the results. The switch is rugged, looks great, and lights up to let you know it is on. The only negative is it takes some practice to learn to operate the switch with heavy gloves.
March 20, 2013
Great alternative to dual controller :-)
I bought this product to control the heat until I can afford to by the dual controller.
February 4, 2013
very vice product
on/off switcs workd great, welcome addition, great buy
September 17, 2012
More positive than rotary controller
I like the switch has a light which makes it very easy to see that the power is on. It helps to remember to turn the unit off. Saves having a flat battery next morning.
August 13, 2012
A great inexpensive way to control the Gerbings gloves.
The Gerbings Lighted On/Off Switch is a budget alternative to a temp-controller. It gives you a way to turn off the heat when the gloves are too warm without having to stop and unplug them.
February 13, 2012
This is a pretty good alternative to the temp-controller. The cord isn't too long on its own, so you can tuck it away if your ride requires it. The switch lights up when it's on, just in case you weren't sure.
December 15, 2011
It does what it was made for.
This is a no brainer. This switch was made as a cheap alternative to the controller for the heated gear. And it works. It is either on or off. I haven't had it long, so I can't speak for its durability. But it looks well made.
December 9, 2011