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Glad I had it
This spring has been cold, so I bought this shirt. So glad I had it on a week trip I took. It kept me cozy and kept me from ever feeling cold. Without it I'm sure I would have been very cold. I usually take a XL, but got a L because I wanted it tighter. Good choice. I have long arms and worried the sleeves would be shorter, but plenty long enough. I hear a fabric tear sound sometimes when I take it off, but have not found any signs of tear or wear. I'm real happy with my purchase.
May 13, 2013
Not for the cold weather rider
This shirt has to small patches over the breast area and one behind you where your spine meets your shoulders. They are the only two places that heat up. It minimal at best. I thought the whole thing got warm. Fine for a walk, but not to great to ride in 35 degree weather unless you wear your rain suit to lock 100% of the wind
February 14, 2013
Ansai battery-heated shirt is a must for cold weather
I tried this shirt under my non-perf racesuit at 45-50deg conditions, and it worked fantastic! I ordered a size smaller to reduce the bunching in the suit, and was still stretchable enough to put another polypropylene thin vest underneath this shirt. When the weather heats up, this shirt performs like a normal compression moisture-wicking longsleeve.
And, RevZilla simply has THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE of all the online dealers.
January 28, 2013
Nice heated under layer.
Fortunately, we have had some great riding weather here in FL this January. I've only had one opportunity to try the shirt, but it performed exactly as I expected. The little battery pocket can be frustrating, but the lead was long enough to put the battery in the inside pocket of my jacket.
My wife loves her Mobile Warming Cypress jacket that I bought her. She is always cold and uses it continually when we ride.
Suggestion to anyone planning to purchase, buy an extra battery and car charging adapter. Battery life is too short for all day riding.
January 28, 2013
The mobile warming shirt fits nicely and functions exactly as described. It takes a few minutes to get up to temperature but once warmed up to works like a champ. This was one of the least expensive heated gear tops I saw but I am definitely pleased with my purchase.
January 9, 2013
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Lynn N:I am not sure. I use it as a stand alone item, I do not use it on a motorcycle. There is a little pocket in the shirt on the left side where you put the battery. There is only one wire coming out of the small pocket. I used the shirt in Scotland while golfing. It was perfect - you can make it as hot or as warm as you want, If you have the shirt on high then it will only last about 4 hrs, if on low you could have it last 8 hours.Sep 29, 2013
This product only has one plug, which connects to the wireless battery. The battery can only power the shirt. Each wireless product only supports itself to get the most life out of the battery.Sep 30, 2013
A shopper asked:I'd like to order the Mobile Warming Longmen shirt, but I need more operating hours than the time available with the single battery that ships with the shirt. Mobile Warming lists a dual battery pack with nearly twice the capacity. Is that battery available?--Thanks, DonJan 28, 2013
RonB:Don't know about the sizing. I have plug connections which I find to be very convenient, particularly now that I have the jacket liner. The main plug has plenty of lead to connect to the bike and the sleeves have plugs that attach to each glove so it's seemless really. I have a Heatroller with a rotary knob adjustment on the handlebars to adjust the temp. If I were to do it all over I would consider a Duel Heatroller to individually adjust the liner and gloves. Maybe next year:-) Hope that helps answer your question. RonBDec 6, 2011