Gerbing's Two 12V Hybrid Glove Batteries + Charger Kit
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
Much better than hooking up to the battery. Works great!
April 19, 2013
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
I used my hybred gloves/battery while shoveling snow this past weekend and my hands stayed nice and warm and comfortable. Little expensive, but well worth them.
February 4, 2013
3 level power setting works great
I rode with my hybrid harley gloves on a 3 degree day. It was really nice to not have to thread the wiring harness through my jacket to stay warm, ( I don't have a jacket liner as of yet)
Battery lasted on high for about 2 hours.
January 21, 2013
This product is exactly as stated and works as stated.
The batteries are plenty big, but they have to be in order for them to provide battery power to heat the gloves. Size of battery is better than cold hands.
January 14, 2013
Surely keep your hands toasted!!!
I have used this glove over winter 2011. The first time I used them without the heat controller hooked up directly to bike battery at first was ok when engine not running so next morning I went riding with 45-50F outside and my hand got toasted (not toasty). Yes, I got burnt!!! So I bought the controller and they work great. I also ordered a battery packs to use it so I don't have wires hanging around and they work just find round trip of my commute to and from work about 2 hours setting at medium heat before the batteries depleted. I used the gloves in heavy rain and it's kept your hand dry but I found that if your suit long sleeve will not go over the glove then the water sometime leaked into the glove from the back. Over all I would recommended these gloves but they are expensive. I spend about $350 altogether!
October 14, 2012