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Mobile Warming LTD Max Heated Gloves

Features:

  • Twill stretch fabric and goat skin construction
  • Nanomax 2.0 Expert
  • Goat skin
  • Exkin Air waterproof Insulation
  • Merino wool liner
  • Includes two 7.4V 2.2Ah rechargeable lithium-ion battery and charger
  • Provides up to 10 hours of comfortable warmth

Specifications:

  • Mobilewarming Pro Heating System 
  • 7V 2.2Ah lithium-ion battery
  • Current: 1.0A
  • Watts: 15.0W
  • Surface Temp: 135°F
Battery Life
100% Power setting  135°F   2.5 hours
75%   Power setting  120°F   3 hours
50%   Power setting  105°F   5 hours
25%   Power setting    90°F   10 hours

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Mobile Warming LTD Max Heated Gloves 3.9 5 19 19
Uneven heat makes the gloves unusable. Uneven heat makes the gloves unusable. Backs of hands are sweating, palms are cold, and fingertips are frozen and painful. Typical ride is 30 mins, 40mph, sub-freezing temperature. I'm switching back to old gloves that perform much better. Given the price and the classy look of these gloves, I'm very disappointed to give them up. (On the upside, they appear to repel water well.) March 11, 2015
A decent quality glove that needs refinement. At this price point, I expected complete satisfaction. However, I now know that it will probably never happen. I thought I was splurging when I purchased these gloves. The main reason I purchased this specific model was because it offered battery powered heating without running a connection to my motorcycle's battery. A great feature with a great price to pay. For 1/3 of the price I purchased another pair of winter specific gloves that were more practical and reasonably warm for riding in 30 degree weather without the heating capabilities of the LTD Max. These are a great looking pair of gloves. But the location and the size of the battery take away from the comfort and fit (specifically around the gauntlet portion) and add a lot of weight. The LTD Max feels like a quality made glove but the palm and grip side of the glove are lacking. The gloves do not provide a very secure feel and slide around the controls as you ride. I personally like gloves that really stick to the grips of the handlebars. I've used the gloves 5 times this winter and this winter has been brutal in the northeast. The heating element is decent. Even at 100 percent power, in upper single digit and lower double digits (in the teens) my hands were on the cooler side of warm. My hands were not hot, not cold, but just barely comfortably cool. As far as protection goes, there is some padding and extra support through out the glove but no protective armor built into it. These could be a "great" pair of gloves if the batteries were more compact (less bulk and weight), add a little protective armor without adding to stiffness, and modify palm so the gloves provide better grip and feel, which would also add to overall comfort. February 4, 2015
Happy Hands I was so very depressed when the winter chill set in this year. I really missed riding, and just before Christmas I went riding at 28 degrees. My hands stopped working within a half hour and I was miserable. My wife bought me the Mobile Warming LTD max for my big present, and WOW! My hands are extremely warm down to 20 degrees and the variable settings keep you comfortable even when it warms up. They will be a little too warm over 60 degrees, but on a cold day I will never leave without them. Not only will you be comfortable, but safe as well. You really can't tell what effect the cold has on your ability to brake in emergency situations until it is too late. These gloves will keep your hands able to function even on the coldest day. I can leave the power off for over 55, 55 down to 48 I use the 25%, 47-35 I use the 50% setting for general riding, 100% for highway below 45 degrees. I have been out in 15 degree weather and while I felt a slight chill I was still comfortable, and when you stop the heat builds back up quickly. I have metal grips too, so it stays very cold to the touch. The build quality is good and there seems to be enough protection in case of a fall. They are easy to charge and I have used the 100% power for three hours and no problems at all. I wanted to use them 20 or 30 times to be able to write intelligently about them. My wife said shipping was fast and the website was easy for her to order them. Overall, a great experience for both of us. I would recommend these to my closest family members, that is how much I love them. Godspeed and good rides! January 29, 2015
Unboxed and road tested them in the rain this evening Unboxed them this evening, everything worked and looked good. These gloves are good but I feel its worth offering my own comments about the overall construction and function of them. Size Large: Fit 4/5 Function 5/5 Quality of Construction 4/5 The good: After un-boxing them and giving it a short test I geared up and went out for a ride in 45 degree weather with mild rain and water on the roads. Somewhat unrelated but felt i should mention as a hobbyist photographer, the power cell is the almost identical to whats found in most professional DLSR's. They are very reliable. The heat is immediately noticeable as soon as you turn it on, even without it on they were warm enough. At 75 mph in aforementioned conditions they kept my hands warm at 50 percent. Dexterity & tactile response was decent for a heavy lined winter glove but the inaccurately sized liner does cause some issues in this category. More on that further down. Size L fits the width of my hand almost perfectly.. The gauntlet part of the glove is long enough that it covers my wrists where the sleeve of the coat ends so there is little chance of water getting inside, if you have very bulky coat sleeves get an XL to make sure the throat of the glove is wide enough. The Bad: The controls work BUT they are fiddly enough that it is dangerous to try and adjust them while operating the vehicle, so just pick a setting before the ride starts and stick with it or remove the battery as needed if its not cold enough to warrant heat. The size and location of the controller/battery combo may cause additional secondary injuries if you get into an accident. The liner inside the glove is loose and it's actually length wise, (from the palm of the hand to split between the fingers) about a size shorter than the glove itself, not stitched to the inside of the glove at all. This may cause constriction of blood flow from the liner bunching up around the finger joints, if you have arthritic joints or swelling in your hands you may need to look for a different glove or pick a size larger than your actual hand size. The fit of the glove material lengthwise: The index and ring fingers were decently accurate, the thumb fit well, the index and other fingers were mostly accurate, the pinky had about 1.5 inches of excess in it. The liner as was mentioned before is poorly sized and does not accurately reflect the inner dimensions of the glove, due to the fact that its loose inside the glove (not fully stitched in place) and makes my finger joints uncomfortable when I close my fist. (Too tight around the knuckles and in-between the fingers where it joins to the hand.) Due to the fitting problem I cannot in good conscience recommend this product to anyone else, it is a good glove but a little pricy for such construction problems. If I were to get an XL the liner might actually fit right (maybe) but the fingers would be so long I would not be able to operate the buttons on my bike's shifter consoles accurately. I don't think it's bad enough to warrant an RMA but I would not buy them again and I will continue looking for a better made alternative, in the mean time i will hold onto them as I do not have a better alternative to ward off the remaining rainy cold winter months ahead in the pacific northwest. January 5, 2015
Exactly what I wanted! These gloves are perfect for Georgia winters. I haven't needed anything higher than the 50% setting on the gloves yet, and they are warm without making me sweat. They are slightly bulky, but not for winter gloves. Very happy with my purchase! December 8, 2014
Easy Alternative I didn't want to use wired heated gloves, and these fit the bill with the onboard rechargeable battery. the gloves fit well and protect well on their own. With my Barkbusters handguards and the adjustable heat (25%, 50%, 75%, 100% options) in these gloves, I have no worries about riding in cold weather. October 16, 2014
High quality gloves Top quality leather gloves. Even warmth takes the chill off cold weather riding. The big advantage to these gloves is the warmth at the top of fingers rather than below where heated grips are good. Heat above is much better to diminish the effect of cold wind. I also have the lighter fabric version gloves which are also great but had a pair of those break the heating elements early on in life. Bought another pair and they've been great. Battery life is reasonable but I always have a spare set of charged batteries with me for long haul riding. I recharge batteries on the bike while riding (using cig lighter chargers) or at the hotel overnight. These are great fitting gloves for cold weather bike use with or without the extra warmth of the batteries. So as the day warms simply turn the batteries off. The 4 heat levels are great. Sizing is consistent with most other brands. I normally use size L in a typical Olympia brand glove and the size L Mobile Warming gloves fit the same. September 17, 2014
So warm Bought these for my boyfriend as a gift. The battery has a good life, lasts his entire commute to work (one hour there, one hour home) I'd definitely say these are worth the price. Very comfortable too. March 3, 2014
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Mobile Warming LTD Max Heated Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daniel P: I needed warm winter gloves for cold weather riding without all the cables and plugs. Unfortunately, I have kept my hands warmer using gloves that cost less than a 3rd of these gloves using a layering system. The LTD Max gloves are well made however, they do not provide much protection. They are not as comfortable as they appear, the bulky batteries sitting on your wrists limit movement and the palm side of the gloves do not provide a secure grip and feel of the motorcycle controls. Mar 30, 2015
Joe H: There were pretty highly rated online, got them and like them! Feb 13, 2015
william d: Hand can not take to cold any more..will give review when I get them Aug 18, 2014
kevin m: aesthetics May 31, 2014
Curt F: Girlfriends hands get very cold, as we ride in some very cold temperatures. Got her the Mobile Warming Jacket about a month ago for her birthday so going to complete the set for Chritmas. Dec 13, 2013
John M: Didn't want to be wired to my bike, and liked the leather construction of these gloves. I haven't ridden with them, but once they arrive, I'll be able to give a review of the real world experience of riding in cold weather. Nov 12, 2013
Roger T: Great reviews. Oct 22, 2013
johnnie m: i have colds hands here in MA.I have tryed many things in the past,nothing seem to work,so,i though i will try your product,hope it works, Oct 10, 2013
A shopper asked: Those do not have heating elements all the way into the fingers do they? Oct 16, 2013
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James H: The fingers have elements on the top side of the glove in different locations, at the knuckles and in the finger tips, the underside of the glove does not but I don't consider that to be an issue. Unlike another brand of glove I looked at these do heat the thumb as well.
I ride in a bike that has no fairing covering the hands so this is very helpful.
Jan 6, 2015
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anthony david g: yep, I like the gloves, toasty on a frosty morning when normally riding would become a tortuous chore. Only gripe is that the battery life between charges is short, 1.5 to 2 hours. Ok for commuting, tough on a trip. Great quality gloves and good winter gloves without the heat if temp is above 3 or 4 celcius. Oct 17, 2013
Tony R: Gloves have heating elements in top of fingers & back of hand! I have found them much more comfortable than heated grips and have ridden in 5 Deg Celcius with no discomfort. I would take back up batteries if I was to do a long day ride though! Oct 16, 2013
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JONATHAN N asked: Does this glove fit more like HELD or REV'IT in terms of sizing?

The reason I ask is with HELD, I wear a size 9 with a 9 inch palm, but having long fingers is no issues. With the REV'IT, I have to go size XXL in order for the gloves to not rub against my finger tips in a very tight and annoying way.

Thanks.
Aug 16, 2013
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Frank L: I have a size large in these gloves. I can't answer the question as it relates to HELD or REV'IT since I don't own either. However, I do own about five pairs of Dainese gloves, of various types, at size large, and the fit is similar, but slightly more comfortable. By the way, they took a while to get, and I haven't worn them on the bike yet since they actually arrive after the winter season. Sep 11, 2013
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Tony R: I also have a 9" palm and I have a size L in these Mobile Warming gloves. They are a snug fit, and yes fingers are a little tight. Hopefully will loosen up with some more wet weather riding! Aug 19, 2013
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Thong L: since you have long fingers then I think you should go one size up because this gloves run a little small. I also owned Held and Rev'it gloves. Sep 2, 2013
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Eugene T asked: Those do not have heating elements down into the fingers, do they? Oct 16, 2013
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Thong L: yes they do but not much. Oct 24, 2013
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Mobile Warming Men's Gloves Size Chart

Size Measurement (in)
XS 6 -7
SM 7 - 8
MD 8 - 9
LG 9 - 10
XL 10 - 11
2XL 11 - 12
3XL 12 - 13

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Black / XS 797475 7611-0205-03 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / SM 797474 7611-0205-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD 797408 7611-0205-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG 797476 7611-0205-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL 797415 7611-0205-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL 797414 7611-0205-08 In Stock: Ships next business day