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I've only wore them in 40° weather and the heat worked well and my hands stayed warm. Downside..The battery sits on top of my wrist and in certain hand positions the battery is very noticeable and feels heavy and causes a little low level pain until I readjust my grip position. With use I found a sweet spot. I didnt want wires so I considered the adjustment as the lessor of two evils...wires or a battery on wrist. Battery won! I would rate the product higher if the gloves cost $50 less.
April 29, 2014
Definitely keeps the fingers warm!
I "christened" my new gloves today, New Year's Day, on our annual new year ride. Temp was 40*, with wind chill at 32*, before we got moving. Following instructions, I put them on high for a few minutes, then down to the lowest setting just before we took off. The gloves definitely kept the fingers from getting cold, but not overly warm. For the ride back I put it up to the second setting, which was much more comfortable for the temps we had. Now, that being said, here are a couple of things I would like to see modified. The cinch strap needs to be about an inch or so longer. If you have it too tight, the end of the battery tends to put pressure on the back of the hand right at the wrist, which causes some discomfort while riding, but if you don't have enough of the velcro caught, the strap comes loose. Also, I think the gauntlet can be a bit longer. Not a whole lot, maybe another inch or two as I could still feel the wind going up to the wrist. I still feel this was a good purchase and will most definitely get lots of use out of them.
January 1, 2013
A little bulky but toasty warm!
These battery-operated heated gloves are easy to use and eliminate the need to be "wired to your bike". They are somewhat bulky, however, as one would expect winter gloves to be. It's difficult to change the battery percentage setting once you have the gloves on. But they work great for keeping your hands warm while riding your motorcycle. Which is the point!
February 27, 2012
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ADVJason:Either the Mobile Warming Women's TX Heated Gloves or the Gerbing's Women's Core Heat S-2 Gloves, (found here: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gerbings-womens-core-heat-s-2-gloves) would be good choices for you as they are both battery operated and water resistant.Jan 27, 2012
Onokiyo:Heated gloves or heated glove liners is the same way as the iron we use at home, turn up the knob, it gives more heat. The important part is the heat controller. Some brands have 5 levels and some don't. Predefined levels have a disadvantage because the current of electricity comes out is already preset. Each of us have different tolerant for heat, some can handle a little hotter, some don't. I would recommend you to get the heat controller that doesn't have preset modes for your hands.Jan 14, 2013