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Oxford Heaterz Original Heated Hand Grips

Features:

  • Sealed for life
  • Up to 122°F (50°C)
  • Rainproof switch
  • Draws under 4 amps
  • Molded wiring arrangement is both durable and discreet
  • 1-piece molded construction
  • Grip design fits the vast majority of motorcycles with 7/8" handlebars,
  • Length can be cut down to size if required
  • Intelligent electronic temperature control comes complete with mounting bracket
  • Soft, ultra-grippy rubber provides comfort and feedback

Switch Features:

  • Large buttons for ease of use
  • Small size: 40 x 48 (mm)
  • Separate ON/OFF switch
  • Zero back drain current

Specifications:

  • Left Grip - Interior dimension 22mm x 125mm long
  • Right Grip - Interior dimension 25.6mm x 125mm long
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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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Oxford Heaterz Original Heated Grips 4.6 5 42 42
Like the warmth, don't like the thickness I installed these on my '08 KTM 690 Duke. Install was straight-forward though I did shorten the wires to the grips. There is so much cabling between the controller and the other box that it wouldn't fit inside the headlight area and I had to run the cable behind the headstock and back. Installed these without glue, they were VERY tight. I used some windex to lube them and twisted and forced them on. Overall I like these a lot, I just don't like how fat they are. It is really taking some getting used to. December 15, 2014
Second Bike Second set. First bike was an old Suzuki grips lasted the 8 years I had them on. Now with the KTM. Planning another 8 years. Pat December 15, 2014
Excellent product to help keep hands warm I live on Long Island in New York and recently purchased my first street bike, a 2012 Suzuki DL1000 V Strom. With the temps getting down below 40 degrees, the stock handguards weren't doing much to keep my hands warm even with thick winter cycling gloves while doing more than 40 mph. Decided to give heated grips a try. My mechanical skills are decent, maybe a 5-6 on a scale of 1-10, so it took me about 60-90 minutes to do the installation from start to finish. For running the wires, I would recommend following any other wires that run from your handlebars in order to get the wires routed to the battery. Ultimately, these Oxford grips do exactly what they're supposed to do and the heat is very good even though I'm yet to turn them on beyond 50% power. I will warn, however, that the tops of your fingers will still get cold. Heated gloves or cold weather handguards are recommended. December 8, 2014
Unbeatable for the price First, some context. I ride a V-Strom through the Pennsylvania winters, commuting back and forth to work about 15 miles each way, some interstate, some back roads, max speeds around 80mph. When I'm not commuting, I'll frequently ride through the mountain back roads when they're passable. I ordered these from Revzilla, and they arrived promptly and in solid packaging. Installation was pretty dang simple. The hardest part was definitely removing my stock grips, which I accomplished with about 20-30m of cursing, screwdrivers, and compressed air. The wiring was all pre-crimped and had connectors installed already; all I had to do was run the wires safely and zip-tie them in place. Super glue was included to fix the grips to the bike, but I used extra hold hairspray instead, since I'd like to have the option to remove these grips. Fit/finish was fine, though I did end up having to trim the grips per the instructions to fit my bar end weights back on. There are four settings: 25%, 40%, 75% and 100%. Below 25F with Scarab winter gloves, I'll crank it up to 75/100%, and it gets as hot as I could possibly want. There's occasionally some heating differential between the left and right grips -- I think the right grip heats faster than the left one, but they both even out eventually. Your palms get super toasty. The OTHER side of your fingers can still get a bit chilly if you don't have some kind of wind protection, and since I plan on riding from 0F-25F for the next 3-4 months, I'll be getting some brush guards that should take the wind off my gloves. The only thing I'd change would be the controller. The buttons on the controller are occasionally frustrating to push with thick winter gloves, and a dial or bigger buttons would be much better. (This is the only reason it doesn't get 5 stars, but how much more do you want to pay for a slightly more convenient controller?) I would recommend these grips to absolutely anyone (in fact, I already have). December 8, 2014
Excellent value first of all, this product is priced very well. They get quite hot and don't look cheap. Instructions are well written (if you bother to read them). I can't comment on the durability yet, but the grips seem well built. My only gripe is that I would pay a little extra to have a relay included in the package. I got one for 10 dollars from a local auto parts store and wired it in myself, preventing the grips from running while the bike is off. Overall, if you find your paws to be a bit cold on your rides, BUY THESE. December 1, 2014
Great heated grips? The install was easy, just make sure the wires are on the bottom and clear of any of the bikes controls. November 15, 2014
wow pretty nice product! i bought for my yamaha fz-09 i wasnt sure about the look and the wire but when installed....it look like stock and i enjoyed them pretty much on cold days!!! its extremelly hot when using it at 100% i never needed more than 75% ;) I greatly recommand this product since its cheaper than heated glove and very durable! November 13, 2014
Great price I bought this grip solely on price. Turned out to be a nice package for less than fifty bucks. The grip is fatter than the stock grips so be prepared for that added thickness to the feel. Not much thicker, but it's there. The install wasn't bad as the kit contained everything you need, so no running to the hardware store to finish the job. I had to file down the ridges on the plastic throttle piece but would have had to with most new grips. Plenty of heat intensity settings and you will find one you like. The bad: I don't like that the rubber hood for the wires causes you to lose real estate on the throttle. Totally unusable with a throttle lock that rides near your throttle housing as you will have no grip left to control the bike. The grip caused me to lose about 3/8" with my throttle lock. I am keeping the grips but will have to add a bar-end throttle lock. November 10, 2014
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Oxford Heaterz Original Heated Grips
Already Asked: 11 Questions, 80 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Robert J: gift for my son Nov 28, 2014
Gordon P: My hands get cold before anything else and my '12 ZX14R is my daily driver. Will review. Nov 28, 2014
John G: Good Price, looks like a quality product. Anthony's video convinced me. Nov 28, 2014
jason a: to keep my paws warm... Nov 28, 2014
nick a: 9/10 heated grips I hear about are oxford and I never hear any complaints Nov 27, 2014
david r: price and your video. also recommended in BMW moa magazine Nov 25, 2014
VLADIMIR A: it's FREAKINGGGGG COLD IN NYC Nov 18, 2014
Shannon C: My heated grips on my V-Strom have gone bad so now decided to upgrade to the Oxford. Renowned for their durability. Another winter project to work on. Nov 9, 2014
Scott N: The item got good reviews. Seems to be great bang for the buck. The Oxford grips have been reviewed on the
Adventure website and reviews are also positive. Free shipping is a big plus. Great customer service on my
previous purchase. Good price for these grips.
Nov 5, 2014
Dean L: Looks like a good product, pricing is good. I'll do a review once they arrive and I install them. Tired of riding in winter on the Ulysses w/o grip heaters and heated gloves have gotten pretty expensive. Nov 5, 2014
J U: Price was right and reviews were good. Oct 28, 2014
Stephen A: I want warm hands when I ride my bike. Oct 22, 2014
Robert A: Price Sep 27, 2014
kit w: I hate riding in the cold, numb fingers affects my ability to control my motorcycle and they were a lot cheaper on RevZilla than anywhere else, including ebay. Jun 19, 2014
Renzo V: My grips died, so I need a basic heated grips. On winter, it's about 20° degrees and I think that this grips will help me, based on reviews posted. May 26, 2014
Tom F: They're for my wife's Bonneville. She's been wanting them for some time. Apparently she doesn't think it's fair that I have them on my BMW while she does without. Whatever it takes to keep riding! May 21, 2014
Christopher P: While riding long distances in cool weather here in northern Canada, having warm hand without super bulky gloves makes a day so much better May 14, 2014
Seth B: Well known, excellent pair of heated grips at a bargain price. May 4, 2014
jorge Alejandro G: Please make the packaging resistant to air transport, May 2, 2014
David W: This product was recommended from a couple of my street riding buddies on their dual sport DRZ's. Apr 30, 2014
Alexander R: I had too many hours riding with cold fingers on a recent 3day trip and just happened to see they were on sale, with the great reviews on stromtroopers I jumped on this. Apr 21, 2014
Mark P: Overall rating Mar 27, 2014
Tom B: to keep my hands warm Mar 25, 2014
Mark B: Trip to the NT of Canada on a Ural. I'll need / want / treasure heated grips. The entire Oxford design makes sense intetms of reliability and ease of installation Mar 12, 2014
daniel s: Trusted brand name at a significant discount. Mar 8, 2014
BRIAN B: Works great! Can't beat the price. Mar 7, 2014
Andrew L: Highly recommended. Feb 8, 2014
Bob D: These excellent heater-grips are a no-brainer in our frozen winters. Feb 4, 2014
Steven O: Good reputation, good price. Jan 29, 2014
Robert T: These are the best known name brand in after market heated grips, at these prices it's a no brainer. They've been great on cold mornings Jan 22, 2014
Thomas G: great heated grips
and I really like the extra adjustability the Oxfords offer vs. just the lo-hi switch most others provide!
Jan 19, 2014
BILL D: Cold hands and Oxford reputation Dec 31, 2013
Scott W: First was the nice sale price. Then I read all 8 reviews and they gave high ratings Dec 6, 2013
Jason G: Must have for a Vancouver winter of riding Oct 12, 2013
dennis p: totally fell in love with track days on my gixxer and want to convert my sv into a more comfortable ride Oct 1, 2013
A shopper asked: Do these have solid ends? I have bark busters on my dualsport, and if they are solid, can the ends be carefully removed without cutting wires. Apr 25, 2014
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Justin S: These fit perfectly on my CRF250L with Acerbis handguards...so you shouldn't have any issues with install...

To answer your question, I do believe the ends are hollow, but you will likely have to trim the length of the grip slightly on the throttle side to clear the handguard - just be careful and follow the instructions...the heating wires only extend so far along the length of the grip, so you can cut a bit off at the end to clear the handguards without damaging the heating element. This is a great product by the way, highly recommend. Hope this helps.
Apr 25, 2014
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Christopher A: No the ends are open so no cutting required. I trimmed a piece off my old grips too make up for the cap between the new grips and the bar ands I put in. So your bark busters should work well. Easy to install. Just make sure you prep everything well. Hop this was helpfully Apr 25, 2014
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Dan B: No they do not have solid ends. Just like tubes.
I have them fitted on my Concourse 1400 with the stock bar end weights
They work well. Too hot on the hottest setting
Dan
Apr 25, 2014
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Jamie H: I dont remember if the ends are solid, but i have them fitted with vps bb on a vstrom, there was some minor mods, like filing the throttle tube a bit so they would slide over better. Apr 25, 2014
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Grant C: Sure thing! I was able to install my stock bar ends for a great look on aftermarket bars! The grips are wonderful! I've ridden in freezing temps and never above the second setting! Apr 26, 2014
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Grant F: Yes, I have them mounted on a KLR with barkbusters. You can also trim the length to fit if needed. Apr 25, 2014
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RUDY B: The Oxford I ordered were open ended. I have barkbusters also and did not have to cut. Apr 25, 2014
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michael a: No problem, I have bar end weights on my Concours and they work just great Apr 25, 2014
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Robert K: The ends can be trimmed off for bark busters or bar ends. Apr 25, 2014
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Mark P: Nope, it's a tube (open at both ends). Apr 26, 2014
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Jim Z: The ends are open. Both sides Apr 26, 2014
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Jim Z: Yes. Both ends are open Apr 26, 2014
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Paul M: They're open ended. Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do you need to wire in a relay or connect them to the ignition to stop these flattening the battery when the bike isn't running (eg: if you forget to turn them off)? Apr 22, 2014
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Norm C: If you forget to turn them off, the grips will automatically turn off before the battery is completely dead.... However, the battery may be drained to the point that there's not enough juice to start the bike. I didn't want to risk that so I bought a 12V automotive relay from the auto parts store ($5) and wired a relay between the battery and the grips to turn them off when the ignition goes off. Apr 22, 2014
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Shirley S: I personally wired them to a running light I installed that is wired to the fuse box. Pick a line out of the fuse box that has no power when the bike is off. They work great but I did end up moving them after the first use so that the wire lined up with the space between my thumb and finger.

Great grips.. Get hot too. Better than I expected.

Good luck.
Apr 22, 2014
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Dan D: I used a relay and a couple of inline fuses. My bother in law killed his battery a couple of times, so we learned the hard way. I used my license plate bulb wire for power, as another precaution against battery drain.the install took about an hour and a half, but we weren't rushing it. Apr 22, 2014
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michel d: yes the best way to put them is with a relay to the ignition so they won t flat out your battery Apr 22, 2014
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Jason B: Yes, they will drain your battery if not wired through a switched circuit if you leave them on. Apr 22, 2014
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fernando a: I did not put a relay, just don't forget to shut it off Apr 22, 2014
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Joshua P: Yes a relay is definitely recommended. Apr 22, 2014
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Tom B: only if your forgetfull May 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do they heat well through standard moto gloves? And do you just slide them over your existing handle bars? Dec 10, 2013
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James H: I've used these with leather Astar summer gloves and cold weather Firstgear Kilimanjaro gloves. These things crank. I can't go 100% with the heat setting unless it's well below freezing as its too hot to touch. You can use whatever gloves (or lack of glove) you want. I put these on my '13 Vstrom 650. You just take your old grips off and slide them on your handlebars. It comes with superglue but you can use hairspray as a lube and it will dry tacky - perfect for grips. Dec 10, 2013
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Don V: They put out plenty of heat and I am sure they will heat well through most gloves. I put them on mu wiofe's Honda CTX 700 and had to modify the factory throttle grip to get the grip all the way on, but other than that they go on fairly easy, but with the Krazy Glue they give you, you have to be pretty quick in getting them on and aligned before the glue sets up.

They are defnitely worth the money.
Dec 10, 2013
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Dan B: They heat extremely well. You'll be glad they have settings to turn them down. They'll heat more than you need through gloves and through my Grip Puppies too. Install was a pain for me on my 2009 Concours 1400 as the clutch side was extremely tight fitting. I actually had to sand on the aluminum bar for quite some time to remove enough material that it would fit on. It's going no where now though. Feb 9, 2014
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michael a: They do heat well with my lined leather gloves down to about 45 degrees or so but any colder and the back of my hands get cold so I wear winter gloves when it gets colder than that and then everything is fine again. Installation requires that you remove your existing grips and replace them with these. You'll need to make sure you get the proper size for your handlebars. Dec 10, 2013
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Norm C: In 30 - 40 degrees, I only need to put it on level 2 (out of 4) for enough heat through standard leather gloves with no insulation. Once you remove the old grips and any old glue, they slide onto the handlebars. Instructions are very clear and easy to follow. Dec 10, 2013
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Jamie H: These do heat through gloves. They do not slip over, as the replace your current grips. Some minor mechanical skills are required. Dec 10, 2013
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A s: They replace the rubber grips. Take the old grips off and slide these on. Tada!!! Dec 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this fit my 2007 FZ1? Also difference between the original ones vs the premium? Are the more expensive ones 50% off as well today? Nov 27, 2014
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Adam H. B: they should fit with no problem. I shopped and did not find any difference between the more expensive ones and these. I use these on a 2008 bandit 1250, and they are priceless. And it's not just for winter I often use them in the summer also, it's kind of like having a heated seats. Sometimes they just feel good Nov 27, 2014
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Adam H. B: they should fit with no problem. I shopped and did not find any difference between the more expensive ones and these. I use these on a 2008 bandit 1250, and they are priceless. And it's not just for winter I often use them in the summer also, it's kind of like having a heated seats. Sometimes they just feel good Nov 27, 2014
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Alexander V: Yes, these grips fits most road bikes with 22mm handle bars.
I don't know what is original in this case.
Nov 28, 2014
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Jonah C: will fit any bikes with 7/8" handlebars @ the ends(which is almost every bike). Nov 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Could you please advise if these grips are suitable for Triumph Explorer XC?

Kind Regards

S.Phillips
Apr 27, 2014
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Bob D: Hi. Yes they would fit provided your bar is 7/8" (22 mm) - clutch side. Mine had their first trial yesterday in a steady downpour for 170 km at 6 degrees centigrade. Hands were toasty at 75% power setting. Enjoy. Bob Apr 28, 2014
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B M: They were too small (by length) for my Yamaha Super Tenere. I returned them and got the Oxford Heaterz Premium Adventure Heated Grips. Those were a little more expensive but fit perfectly. Hope that helps. Apr 27, 2014
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Michael B: If your Triumph has 7/8" bars, which it probably does, they should fit. Apr 27, 2014
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john c: Ill be honest with you and say that I would recommend heated gloves instead of heated grips. The heat on the grips is only on the bottom so the tops of your fingers get cold as hell. I also found them to be very hard which allowed the vibration to radiate through to my hand. Just my opinion, many people like them. Apr 28, 2014
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Francis G asked: Will this fit on the handlebar of a 2006 Suzuki DL 1000? A 2006 BMW 650 GS? Thanks Aug 9, 2013
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Mike W: The Oxford Grips fit any 7/8" (22mm) diameter non-tapered handlebar, which the DL1000 and F650GS should have. They can be a little tight so you may have to file them out slightly with a course round file and file the paint off the left handlebar to get the grip to slide on easily. They are well made, work great on a cold ride and are worth the effort.

Mike
Sep 9, 2013
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Grant F: The grips are made for 7/8" diameter bars. The right grip is a little larger so it will fit over the throttle tube. Also, you can cut off the small ring at the end if the grip is too long. I had to cut mine to install and overall length is 4-1/2". I think this is as short as you can trim the grip. Aug 9, 2013
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Neal C: Handlebars and clip-ons are generally a universal size, so yes - they should fit any bike. Aug 9, 2013
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A S asked: I have a 2007 ducati multistrada 1100S.....will it fit? If so, I'll buy them now. Thanks! Nov 27, 2014
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A S: As long as you have standard size handlebars, they're a universal fit. You can just wire it straight to the battery, but I'd recommend using a source that switches on with the ignition. Nov 29, 2014
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Tim B: I have them on a 2014 Kawasaki KLR 650. They fit great. They also fit great on a 2004 Honda hornet. If your bars are the same diameter as either of those, they'll fit. Nov 28, 2014
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sergiy i asked: Expanding if you need to wire in a relay or connect them to the ignition to stop these flattening the battery when the bike isn't running, most people say yes to do this however was wondering in the video review of it says that they will turn off automatically after 3 minutes. So should you still keep it connected to a different connection or is it fine to just straight battery? Nov 27, 2014
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Grant C: I have never wired them directly, as I wanted them running through a fuse, as well as have them only on when the ignition is in the "on" position. It is much better to run them through a switched and fused source if possible, as for any accessory. I would recommend searching for a small fuse panel...mine is an Eastern Beaver product. Works great! Nov 27, 2014
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daniel s: The auto off feature worked once so far on my KLR650. I would strongly recommend wiring them to the ignition. Also do not try to have the Oxford logo on the grip facing the rider-the "finger" on the grips will block your horn button use. Nov 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit on my 2006 GSXR 600?
Also would you think it would be an easy install?
Thanks
Nov 14, 2014
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daniel s: Yes they are universal. The degree of difficulty is determined by how much wiring/electrical experience you have-everything else is removing body work/gas tank. Nov 28, 2014
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Frances F asked: What is the difference between the original, adventure, and premium models? Is the only difference the texture on the grip? Do the all have the same outer diameter? I have small hands and my preference is the grip with the smallest circumference. Nov 9, 2014
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Hilary D: I believe the differance is the controls have more variable options for the premium Dec 1, 2014
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