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Gerbing Two 12V Hybrid Glove Batteries + Charger Kit

The 1.2Ah Lithium micro-processor controlled rechargeable battery pack can be used with Gerbing Heated Hybrid G3 and T5 Motorcycle Gloves and Heated Insoles when off the bike. The batteries have three heat settings, allowing them to be used without a temperature controller.

Includes two Gerbing 12V Lithium Batteries and one charger.

Features

  • 12V
  • 1.2AH
  • One battery for each glove
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Gerbing's Two 12V Hybrid Glove Batteries + Charger Kit 4.3 5 16 16
The battery and charger do what they are suppose to the battery pack charge lasts as described. The main issue with this product is the bulky feeling when installed in the gloves. I would recommend using a waist battery pack instead. one main improvement would be the ability to charge the battery while wearing them installed in the gloves with the gloves plugged into a power source like your bike. February 24, 2014
Works well, could use some restyling tweaks Batteries do what they're supposed to do. Case would fit glove much better with rounded corners and a slight curve in the housing. The battery opening in my left glove is smaller than the right. Can hardly get the glove on with the battery in place. Was going to send back for an exchange (gloves not batteries) but I'm wearing them too often. For the price paid, QC could be a little better. February 10, 2014
If you want batteries for your T5s - this is your option The packs are a bit bulky in the gloves but they work. Not sure why they offer three power settings - if it is cold enough to brake out the heated gloves you will need full power. January 6, 2014
These worked great no cables to tie you to you bike Best part is you can plug them in before you start your bike. Not tied to the bike and can wear your gloves for other outdoor activities. December 23, 2013
Great Love these gloves. Cant say enough about them. They keep my hands plenty warm at the medium setting in the 30s ... great purchase and probably the best gloves I own December 3, 2013
Toasty @ 20 Degrees It was 20 degrees in Sussex, NJ at 5:00 am this morning and my hands weren't the least bit cold on a half hour ride to work (Ninja 650). I've had several 32 degree or so - one hour rides to and from work and the batteries kept the gloves (and my hands) warm the whole time. The gloves are comfortable and fit correctly size-wise for me (XL 6-2 225). Batteries have three heat settings (high, med, low with the press of a button on see through panel) and recharge quickly. The gloves are a bit bulky in the fingers (like ski gloves) and the batteries are a bit bulky in the gauntlet but the warmth is well worth it. I would rank the system 4.5 out of 5 stars,. November 4, 2013
Great Choice Much better than hooking up to the battery. Works great! April 19, 2013
Expensive The batteries recharge fairly quickly using the supplied charger. Getting only about 1.5 hours of use per charge. For what they cost I would expect better performance. April 2, 2013
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Gerbing Two 12V Hybrid Glove Batteries + Charger Kit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
James R: I wanted to wear my heated gloves while not riding. Wish I had seen these before I bought and installed a heat troller. Apr 10, 2014
Kent B: Enables gloves to be used off the bike, eliminates all the wiring inside your jacket that the Gerbing heat controller requires, and doesn't put any load on your bike's battery. Mar 31, 2014
Siobhan R: The old battery pack died, and I needed a replacement. Mar 20, 2014
Stephen C: I want to wear my gloves in the winter not just when i'm on my bike. Feb 21, 2014
Matthew G: I opted for the battery use version of this because I don't like having my gloves locked in to anything. I commute to work in NYC and am always on the lookout and want nothing to interfere if I had to jump off. Feb 14, 2014
Yoo Jin K: Kind of forced into buying these since not having these defeats the point of having Gerbing 12V T5 Hybrid Heated Gloves. Feb 10, 2014
Fletcher M: needed for Gloves Jan 27, 2014
Wayne G: They go with the gloves!!! Dec 18, 2013
Jonathan R L: Order them by mistake that why I went ahead order hybrids 12 volt insole if they are not compatible still going to keep them anyway planning to expand on 12 volt clothing in future. Dec 12, 2013
Patrick K: Needed for the T5 gloves Nov 25, 2013
Timothy C: "I like that I can use a battery pack and not have to mess with the bike battery hook up" Nov 14, 2013
Richard D: The T5 gloves I purchased can plug into the bikes battery or work on battery. For convenience, I wanted the battery option. Oct 29, 2013
russell t: purchased so that I wouldn't have to deal with fishing wire through my jacket sleeves just for the 40 minute commute to work in the a.m. Sep 30, 2013
A shopper asked: Can you plug both batteries into the charger at the same time? Nov 13, 2013
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Christian N: Yes, to answer your question. Both batteries can be charged simultaneously. There are two output wires coming from the charger. The charger also lets you know when each battery is fully charged Nov 14, 2013
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Edward P: Yes you can there is two leads on the charger. Nov 13, 2013
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Andrew B: Yes you can. I just leave mine plugged in whenever I am not using the gloves. These gloves are great and I cannot recommend them enough. I even convinced some cops up here in the NE to get a pair while walking the beat. Totally worth the investment! Nov 14, 2013
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Brian S: Yes you can. I have had the batteries for about two weeks with temps in the 40-50 deg range they are plenty warm at low or med temp, recharge after two days use (1hr 10min each day). Nov 13, 2013
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Edward M: Yes, the charger has two plugs, one for each battery. Nov 14, 2013
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Lorne P: Yes you can. This is an excellent product Nov 13, 2013
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bill s: yes , there are 2 leads on the charger Nov 14, 2013
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David S: Yes you can. Nov 13, 2013
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Mike S: Yes. Nov 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: Gerbings and Revzilla recommend a temperature controller so you don't burn your hands - with the battery option, does that incorporate the controller or do I need a third product (gloves, batteries AND a controller?)

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Jan 24, 2014
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Christian N: To Answer your question, No , you don't need a temp controller if you use the battery pack option. These batteries have a three step temperature controller built into each battery. It has a button on the top that cycles through the levels of heat and then switches the battery off. The gloves have a see-through area so that the battery LED is visible. This LED changes color with for Low , Med and High. Before getting batteries. I used to hook the gloves straight up to the power cable connected to my bike's battery. This can get warm as it is MAx heat. You can always just pull the wire from under you coat where it connects to your bike if needed. Easy!I A temperature controller would be useful in this situation but not necessary. I felt that connecting straight to the bike makes the gloves slightly warmer than with the batteries. Probably the difference between 12 volts and the bike being 13-14volts when running. If you just want to commute and only have one bike, then use the wire. If you have several bikes like me, then the batteries are useful as it is easy to swap between bikes. I've had them for two cold seasons now. I always unplug then after use and they still work the same as new. I've started to use them for walks and non riding stuff now too. Good Luck. Jan 24, 2014
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Nick H: The battery has build in power controller. Three power setting available (full, med, low). You don't need separate controller to use with battery.

Pro: no wire to connect to the motorcycle battery which sometime I forgot to disconnect during on and off the bike. Really portable since it fit the glove.

Con: only last 2 hours max for my commute with 50-60F outside temp and may be less if colder.
Jan 24, 2014
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Steven G: The batteries have their own built in controllers (Hi, med, low) and require no external connections or controllers UNLESS you disconnect the batteries and want to connect the hybrid gloves to the bikes battery. THEN a controller would be required. More heat is possible thru the bikes battery but the built in batteries do a relative good job. Jan 24, 2014
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bill s: each battery has a heat level button, high , med & low. only need a controller if you are hard wiring without using the batteries. there are other units that will work for the gloves and are less expensive than gerbings controller. Jan 25, 2014
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Andrew B: I did not get the temperature controller. The batteries have a built in regulator. If/when I get the jacket liner I will need the controller, but the gloves by themselves do not need the controller. Jan 24, 2014
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Tim J asked: What gloves do these work with? Is there any glove liners these batteries will work with? Dec 1, 2013
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Harry W: They are designed to work with the T5 hybrid gloves. In theory, you could hook these up to any 12V ( aka coreheat12) gloves from Gerbing, As a practical matter, only the T5 has a pocket to hold the packs where they need to be located.

There is a glove liner, but it is only 7V comparable so it won't work with these packs. Also, the glove liner is a bit too bulky to work under motorcycle gloves and it's not designed for MC use by itself, so it wouldn't protect you in a crash.
Dec 2, 2013
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Steve C: Hey Tim. I use them with Gerbing Hybrid 12v gloves. Not very impressed with them. One glove stays warm for maybe 30 minutes max, the other about 20 minutes. You'll have to check around for which liners they work with. I've never looked. Dec 4, 2013
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doug m: The gerbing t-5 gloves are a pperfect match. They have cvlear plastic panel on top so you can see the state of charges for and heat selector for your most comfortable setting Dec 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: why does the battery in the picture look nothing like the battery that should go with the newest line of their warming gloves? i want the new gloves but not a set of old cheap looking batterys? Sep 21, 2013
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Michael R: the batteries i got w/the gloves did not look like these. they are the black newer batteries Sep 27, 2013
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Edward M: I ordered the batteries separately from the gloves and they look like the ones in the picture - not the newer style black ones. Nov 14, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Gerbing Two 12V Hybrid Glove Batteries + Charger Kit 716700 K-0-126-136 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours