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Really like the feel, warmth and features of these gloves. Northern Illinois late fall and early spring requires a good warm glove. I went with Mobile Warming again (also have the vest) for portability. Great for riding and also for other outdoor actvities like football in an open standium.
November 4, 2013
My wife has a scooter that she commutes to work on every day, even in winter. (Hey it's DC, what else is as efficient as a scooter?) Most of the gloves have to plug into a motorbike's electrical system, but these do not! They are free and clear and charge up in the house. She loves them!! They really work well and warm all the way to the fingertips! Perfect for scooter commuters!
October 28, 2013
The great thing about these heated gloves is...
1) No cables to plug in. Easy to set the heat level on the battery while wearing the gloves.
2) Very effective warming with 4 levels of heat.
3) Batteries don't last as long as claimed but perform very well. Best part is they can be used while off the bike as well for walking, driving a car or whatever in cold conditions.
4) Recommend a spare pair of batteries and 2 car chargers if you are doing long distance riding. You use 1 pair while riding and the second pair are being charged on the bike at the same time. I set up a cigarette lighter socket with dual inputs on all my bikes to allow for this.
5) Gloves are very comfortable and allow great control feel. They will not protect as well as leather if you come down but they are waterproof. For me the protection issue is well outweighed by all the other positives.
6) Sizing is just right. I take a "large" in most gloves and these are consistent with most manufacturers sizing.
May 15, 2013
Product works as advertised. It will keep your hands warm
I have been using these gloves for two years, and they do keep your hands warm in the winter. When your fingers are warm, your whole body stays warm. I ride when its in the upper 20's outside, and my fingers stay warm.
The only drawback to these gloves are the batteries. Made in China, and one of my batteries died after 1/2 season. I had to buy a replacement battery. The other battery seems to work very well. Maybe bad quality control in the Li-ion.
However, the gloves themselves seem to be made well and have a roomy fit.
September 28, 2012
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Kaili R: It was mobile and it would be used on a scooter. No 12V connection, fellas.Oct 8, 2013
A shopper asked:I want to buy these gloves for my 80-year old father with circulatory issues so that he can work out in the yard, etc in the cold. Do the heating elements run up each finger/thumb, or only in the hand area? His fingers are what give him the most trouble. thx.Nov 9, 2013
Douglas R:I have Raynaud's Syndrome. At any temperature below 50 my fingers ache and become numb. These gloves work fine and prevent that. I am a bird watcher and am out in the cold often - recently with temps in the low 30's and my hands were warm and fine. The heating elements are in the fingers and thumb - not just in the palm of the hand. At 50% power the charge will last about 4 hours. I can't comment on heavy yard work. I just hold binoculars and a camera. Hope this helps.Nov 10, 2013
Arthur F:There is some heating in the fingers and thumbs. My fingers mostly warm when riding my bike. It will depend on the temperature and wind chill on how well the fingers stay warm. I used the gloves today in 27 degrees and moderate wind. Only the very tips of my fingers are a little cold. It was not to the point that they were numb.Nov 13, 2013