Mobile Warming TX Heated Gloves
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Mobile Warming TX Heated Gloves

Features:

  • Carbolex® fabric
  • Water resistant
  • Nanomax™ membrane
  • True Grip
  • Exkin® Air® waterproof Insulation
  • 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

3 / 5
Bang For The Buck
2.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.5 / 5
Features
3.2 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3.5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Fit
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Mobile Warming Men's Glove Sizing

Size Hand Length (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.

How To Measure

HL Hand Length With your dominant hand open and fingers extended, measure from the base of your palm where it meets your wrist, to the tip of your middle finger.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / XS 797570 7611-0105-03 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / SM 797569 7611-0105-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD 797568 7611-0105-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG 797567 7611-0105-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL 797402 7611-0105-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL 797401 7611-0105-08 In Stock: Ships next business day

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No wires or cables and work a treat.
Thank's really pleased with these heated gloves, i no longer fear rideing to work on cold mornings.
June 4, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great investment, really great value for the price!
Definitely expanded my riding season. Always wanted a pair but wasn't sure if they were worth the money. They are!
January 8, 2016
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
1 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Heated Gloves are a joke - Don't waste your money on ANY brand!
Ok, so I broke down and bought this glove when it first came out. I paid more for it than it lists for here on Revzilla, but Revzilla did not have them yet and all other places were the same - back ordered till mid January. Ummmm... isn't that when I WANT TO WEAR THEM?! SHEESH!!!<br><br>I went straight ton the manufacturer website and purchased them before Christmas - gift to myself - and of course I paid just over $200 for them.<br><br>On with the show...<br><br>I charged the batteries, which were almost full charge to start with. I turned them on and wore them in the house and felt them heat up. Like all heated gloves only the dorsal - backside - of the hand is heated. The philosphy here is that if you're nuts enough to ride in extreme cold that you really should have heated grips. Well, I do, on my 2011 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 - hard cases too.<br><br>They feel nice indoors, and that's about it. Today it was 20F this morning... IN FLORIDA!!! Good test - ride to work, 12 miles at 45-65mph.<br><br>I turn them on about 5 minutes before take-off. That way they're warm when I put my hands in them, and my heated grips are on high to heat quickly during warm-up or the bike.<br><br>Problem one with this glove is that the palm side padding is too thick to even feel my grips on high setting! NOT GOOD! Even when I gripped the bars tight I couldn't feel them in my palms or my fingers!<br><br>Problem two is the fact that once riding I cannot tell that the gloves are even on. I can actually feel them flow air and the tips of my fingers were getting cool. Not cold, but cool enough to tell me that I would not want to take them out on the highway at 85mph in 20F weather for more than 20 minutes or so.<br><br>Problem three is the fact that everyone just WOWS at the fact that heated gloves reach 135F. BIG DEAL! My body temp is 98.6, so that's realistically not very much warmer than body temp. Add to that the fact that cold air is hitting the gloves and cooling them down as they TRY to warm you, and you have utter failure in this concept.<br><br>Analogy - you have a space heater on in your house. you see the red hot ribbons. You go over and blow on the heater and what happens? The coils go grey while you blow on them as they are fightiing the cold air - 98F - coming from your mouth. Now think if you could constantly blow on those ribbons and not let them get hot - same concept as riding in cold air. It just doesn't work. The heated gloves would have to reach at least 185F IMO for them to actually feel like they were warming your hands.<br><br>Now granted, I have no wind protection for my hands as say a BMW GS, or a V-Strom - optional - but that type of wind blockage, along with heated grips, should be plenty with a good pair of regular gloves, PERIOD.<br><br>Case in point:<br><br>I have a cheapo pair of Fly Trekker gloves. They're waterproof and made for spring/fall really. I left a review of them here so check that out. I rode with them in the same weather temp on the same ride to work and low and behold I could feel my heated grips!!! Also, they did not let wind through at all and my hands were actually WARMER with these cheap gloves than my heated gloves. The palms could feel the heated grips, and the backs did not get cold at all!<br><br>A glove that only reaches 135F on a 20F ride - wind chill supposedly brings that down to 0 degree F - pretty much the heat factor gets nullified by the onslaught of cold air at speed. Add to that the fact that on high they're only good for 3 hours at best, it was a total waste of my money.<br><br>I also have Tour Master Elite gloves and they are abominally teririble in this kind of riding as well. All the bits on the backs of the glove retain the cold. On a 3 hour ride from Cocoa Beach to Tampa my hands were freezing... moral of the story here is that all the gloves with hard bits on them are going to retain and trasmit the cold to your hands, so beware.<br><br>On the bright side I am actually AMAZED that my Fly Trekkers are so warm at such a low temp, and the fact that the palms let the heated grips do their job only helps extend riding pleasure. Sounds like a condom commercial, I know! I would have no problems in 20F riding my three hour tour of Florida to visit my brother wearing the Trekkers. They were also better with grip and feel and using the controls on my HBC-100 headset than the Mobile Warming TX Gloves.<br><br>Really disappointed. I read reviews of people saying they're ok at 40F or so. Sheesh, I have a few gloves that are 'ok' at that temp. The goal was to find something to wear in COLD weather. None of the heated gloves pass the muster, IMO. Don't waste your money thinking that you'll be able to have fun in the 20's and teens. Ain't gonna happen.<br><br>I'll never buy heated gloves again. If you're standing still outside on the slopes, maybe these gloves will keep your hands warm. Add wind and you just have gloves on, and not very wind resistant ones at that.<br><br>Your best bet is to buy thermal liners and wear them under your best, warmest gloves. Insulation is the key, not gimmicks.
January 4, 2012
Ride:
2011 Kawasaki Ninja 1000
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
2 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Didn't last 1 year
I purchased these from ebay last December. This November when I started to wear them again, the left glove was barely heating up. After 2 times to work and back one of the batteries went bad. I contacted customer service as they are supposed to have a 1 year warranty over 4 weeks ago and have not received a reply yet.

One glove with bad wiring and one bad battery in less than a year. Save your money.
January 2, 2014
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