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Oxford Heaterz Premium Adventure Heated Grips

The Oxford Heaterz Premium Adventure heated handlebar grips are made especially for adventure bikes. The grips have ergonomically engineered surface structures to optimize riding performance. Thicker rubber in areas of maximum wear; rhombus tread patterns for high levels of grip and feel; diamond tread pattern where maximum grip is required. Overall grip length is 5.19" and can be trimmed to a minimum length of 4.80" without damaging the heating elements. 

What really sets the Oxford Heaterz apart? The answer is many tried and tested features such as the silicon cables which provide flexibility in the coldest weathers and the winter grade wiring prevents cracking and short circuits. The bonded grip design has been in use for many years and is well proven. The grip compound and thermo plastic rubber construction is designed to absorb vibration, making them extremely comfortable and durable, often outlasting standard grips. The silicone wires that come from the grip are angled to eliminate water ingress and resulting corrosion/ice damage and have special unique internal supports which are heat shrunk together to prevent damage if the wires are snagged.

In addition, five carefully chosen heat settings allow the perfect temperature to be selected in ALL weathers and most importantly, the switch will switch off if the voltage drops to 10.5V to ensure that the battery is not damaged to the point that it cannot be recharged to full capacity. Easier than ever to install due to the new intelligent heat controller eliminating any need to wire the positive to a live ignition feed; simply connect the 2 ring connectors to the battery. You'll find everything supplied by Oxford to fit your Heaterz from a wiring loom with ring connectors to the battery with simple plug and play connectors to attach to the switch and grips, smart mounting bracket and switch right down to the glue and cable ties all neatly packaged in one box.

Features:

  • Fits most 7/8" handlebars
  • Standard length: 5.19"
  • Minimum length: 4.80"
  • Sealed for life
  • 5 heat settings give the perfect operating temperature with LED lights to indicate the level
  • Up to 122°F (50°C)
  • Rainproof switch
  • Draws under 4A
  • Miniaturized electronics
  • Simpler wiring
  • Sonically welded
  • 2 year warranty
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This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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Oxford Heaterz Premium Adventure Heated Grips 4.8 5 41 41
WARM! Grips Ive had heated grips on all of my motorcycles, but this time I decided to go with the Oxfords since they are so versatile on heat output/power draw (tiny XT225 battery), and since the wires are part of the grips they are more insulated for consistent heat on both sides. Installation was so easy; the hardest part was trying to find a spot for the controller. They are comfortable, I have small hands so I didn't want fatter grips than normal, and they seem durable so far. April 28, 2015
They work Wanted to extend my riding season a few months but couldn't keep the fingers warm, someone recommended heated grips instead of heavier gloves so I checked some reviews out. I was skeptical that the grips could keep my fingers warm, so I waited until I got a ride in with the temp in the 30's before I reviewed them. I can say that with a decent set of not too heavy gloves they get pretty dang warm, and the gloves themselves seem to wick the heat and my fingers did indeed stay comfy, so high marks for that for sure. Also, they are pretty nice grips overall, bigger than the stocks I took off and I think more comfy too. My only real issue with these grips is the wires.. I understand they are an universal item but man do they seem to have an excessive amount of wires to wrangle into a safe place on the handle bars. Also, the connectors are cheap and junky, I broke the clip on one of them trying to tie the wires down and one of the pins backed out and grounded itself blowing the fuse, which annoyingly I did not have another one of and they didn't throw an extra 5 cent fuse in with the random bag of hardware they give you - kind of annoying but maybe a bit of my own dumb fault. Anyway, I plan on splicing and heat shrinking the wires when I get the main power wire routed where I want it for good - I just have it temp ran for now until I find myself having to pull the tank off for something and I can wire it the way I really want to. For the time being it looks like I have like 3 feet of wire and 3 bulky connector blocks zip tied to my bars. It works but it isn't pretty. Overall, do recommend them, keep the hands nice and warm, but I do feel like they could have used better connectors and maybe less wires, or made it so you could trim some wire. April 25, 2015
Easy to Install, Plenty of Heat, but Tricky to Trim Length Installed on my 2014 Versys 650. The procedure was as simple as this video suggests and they get plenty warm. I needed to trim the ends to their maximum extent and making a neat/clean edge was difficult. Given another opportunity, I would have gone with one of the shorter styles and not worried about "grip pattern". April 22, 2015
Get the same size (length) as the stock grip on your moto It's inexpensive, very easy to install (15-20 min), but rather than choosing sport, touring, adventure, based on what kid of bike you have, I recommend choosing by the length of the original stock grip so you don't need to cut the heated grip. It is easy to cut, but it looks better uncut; purely aesthetic concern. April 20, 2015
Easy install for a great product Easy installation/wiring for a pleasant thing to have. I wired mine straight into the battery for now, will do it into a relay with the headlight so that I don't actually leave it on. They get nice and warm, wish I had more heated gear now. Mounted on my 2012 WR250R April 1, 2015
Good and Warm Grips were fairly easy to install. It took me about an hour and half working carefully to be sure I didn't mess something up. I've tried the grips in 40+ degree (F) weather and kept them at around 30% most of the time and they were very comfortable. Good product at a reasonable price. Would be even better if they could heat the front side of my hand. March 2, 2015
Good overall product About four years ago I discovered how convenient heated grips are and for the price point there really isn't any reason not to have them on your bike. I recently installed a set of these on my 04 Goldwing. The install was a little tricky to make it look clean but that is the nature of the Goldwing, I installed these on a VFR 800 a few years ago and it took less than an hour to make it clean and proper. There isn't any real wiring. You simply glue the grips on and hook up the connections while running the wires in a way that looks good. The auto shut off sensor that works off the bikes vibration is a neat upgrade from the previous models although it may be unnecessary if your bike has an extra fuse block coming off the battery. My only complaint is even though I bought the longest set, the adventure model, they were still about 1/2 inch too short for the Goldwing's grip area. I ended up cutting of a piece from the old grips and super gluing it on the grips to take up the extra space. It doesn't look bad but it would be nicer if the grips were longer. Maybe it is just a Goldwing thing as I did not have any issues with the VFR. They do put out some heat and I can feel it through my winter riding gloves. It's nice when it is cold but heated grips really shine in the spring / fall as they allow me to wear my normal / thinner riding gloves while they keep the chill at bay. February 23, 2015
Quality product! Looks like a factory heated grip and was very easy to install. February 9, 2015
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Oxford Heaterz Premium Adventure Heated Grips
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Robert S: Replacing an existing heated throttle grip set that finally died! May 24, 2015
Glenn K: Good reviews May 6, 2015
Alfredo D: It is my second pair. This time for the Triumph Tiger 800 Apr 6, 2015
Steven R: recommended by a friend Apr 3, 2015
Steve K: Present for a buddy who doesn't believe that heated grips are God's answer to off season riding. Mar 4, 2015
Larry J. M: numb hands equals slower reaction times, tired of numb cold hands on cold days. this product was recommended by a friend Mar 4, 2015
Aidan H: It's cold out there! I'm hoping these will be better than heated gloves. Jan 30, 2015
Josepht T: I chose this after a bit of research. no more cold hands for me!. Jan 30, 2015
Kenneth A: Friend has them and loves them. Jan 20, 2015
Adam K: Needed for my Yamaha Super Tenere. I did not want to go with the OEM grips. These fit the bill nicely and have plenty of heat. Jan 19, 2015
ione d: because my son chose them to put on his bike - xmas present Dec 19, 2014
Ohlen C: These are a gift for our son. He researched carefully for the gift he wanted. Dec 13, 2014
John R: Good reviews and best fit for my super Tenere. Great shipping. Dec 6, 2014
David H: Good reviews and easy of installation Dec 1, 2014
Sandra S: Heated gloves are great for longer trips but short trips make them a bit inconvenient. Time to buck up to the best value on heated grips which are Oxfords. Thanks Revzilla on a great Black Friday deal. Nov 30, 2014
Martin S: Quality, ease of installation and 1/3 the price of OEM. Nov 28, 2014
Pat M: Cause its cold outside. Nov 28, 2014
Richard P J: Wanted warm hands for late evening rides in the summer as I live at 8500 ft in Colorado. Oct 24, 2014
MARTIN T: Reportedly fit the Super Tenere (long) for much less than what Yamaha charges. Oct 1, 2014
Robert Q: Revzilla reviews. Wish they were lock on grips for easy removal in summer. Sep 29, 2014
george k: I have these on another bike and needed these on a new addition to the garage. Sep 24, 2014
David M: On other bikes, I've used heaters that install under existing grips, with only two heat ranges. The Oxford has 5 ranges, sturdy looking construction with hopefully relative easy installion. Additionally, others have given them good ratings. Sep 11, 2014
R O: I have these grips on several other bikes and they're by far the best on the market! Sep 10, 2014
Mark M: Didn't have to splice into the wiring harness, auto-off works as advertised, great selection of heat range & they DO get HOT! Sep 2, 2014
Corey J: I have found the size which is different depending on the type of Oxford grip you get. Wish this was in the technical specifications for the grips.
Oxford Adventure Heated Grips Length -Standard length 5.19" (13.2cm) Trimmable to 4.80" (12.2cm)
Jul 30, 2014
Doug A: Price and rvzilla cash Apr 24, 2014
michael w: Fits my bike reasonable price, works well. Apr 20, 2014
Evelio M: Good experience with owners that have the same motorcycle as I have... Yamaha Super Tenere. Apr 16, 2014
chuck c: because i was looking for the best available, and i love these grips Apr 3, 2014
Keith M: Good reviews on Revzilla. Feb 16, 2014
Jason C: Tired of freezing hands! Jan 31, 2014
Phillip S: Gotta have warm hands. Good product. Jan 18, 2014
Andrew W: ADVRider advice Jan 1, 2014
Robert M: Used them on other bikes. Work Great!! Dec 27, 2013
April O: New features listed on Oxford's site made it worth the extra money over the last model. Plus, anything with "Adventure" in the name is cool. Dec 24, 2013
Derric G: The style and the 2yr warranty talked to the company rep today, question about the different grips (Sport, adventure, touring). Comes down to the thickness of the rubber and where on the grips that thickness is. Read reviews from other riders and the positive of the company and the customer support (big plus there folks). Revzilla carries them and there are #1 in my book. Dec 2, 2013
A shopper asked: Is this grip longer than the other Oxford heated grips? If yes, how long is the Adventure grip? Nov 12, 2013
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Gene D: I believe the Adventure grip has the longest grip of the three I saw offered which is one reason I chose them. But according to the instructions they can be shortened approximately, (and this is an eyeball guesstimate,) one quarter inch if need be. Mine were installed on a 2008 1250 Bandit and I was able to use them with no problem without cutting them although I had to remove the inside lip on the throttle tube to get the grip up next to the switch housing. Jan 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hey! I have a kawasaki kz550 1981. My throttle side has a 1" O.D handlebar and my right right side had 7/8" O.D. Would these grips work on my handlebars? Nov 30, 2014
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Hilary D: My boyfriend installed these for me and he says they should work for your Kawa. Warm hands happy rider! Dec 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Lots off talk about auto shut-off to conserve battery but my question is can you turn them off manually? Dec 4, 2014
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Stephen H: Yes, you can turn them off manually. i was wary of the auto-shutoff and tested it. It does work as advertised, but to save as much juice as possible I almost aalways turn off the grips manually before turning the bike off. To turn them off just press the down button until the lights go off. Dec 4, 2014
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Stephen M: Yes, there are multiple settings for heat power and off is one of the choices. Even though the controller senses the bike running and turns the grips off automatically, I wired mine up to a relay so it shuts off with the key. Dec 4, 2014
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John R: Yes they. Can be shut off manually by hitting the minus symbol. Fortunately the auto feature is nice too and it's worked for me. Dec 4, 2014
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Jeff D: Yes you can. Just push the off button. These are really good grip heaters, they work well down into the single digits. Dec 4, 2014
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david b: Yes, press the - (minus) button until all lights go out. Dec 4, 2014
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B L: Yes.
By pressing and holding minus button.
Dec 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello Friends: This product is for my Yamaha 'XT1200 Super Tenere 2012? Works well? Jan 7, 2014
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Gene D: I could not be any happier with my Oxford Premium Adventure Heated Grips. Although my bike is not an adventure bike I chose these because of the grip texture. This texture looked like it would provide a grippier surface so that I can have a looser grip. The 75 and 100% get very warm to the point I want to take my hands off of the grips for a couple of seconds and out into the airflow to cool them down. I also have PowerMadd gauntlets and Vstrom handguards over the grips to protect my hands from the cold. The gauntlets I have Olympia Cold Throttle insulated gloves which are also waterproof but with them my hands still get uncomfortably cold. I also have some Tourmaster mesh gloves that actually keep my hands warmer. I think this is because with the waterproof gloves my hands sweat and this is what is making my hands cold. I will be trying some gor-tex gloves soon. Hope this helps. Jan 7, 2014
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Nathaniel K: I can not answer specifically for your bike, but I recently installed on my Ducati Multistrada 1200. The install was very straight forward and easy. I routed the wires with other wires on the handle bars and used a left over Ram Mount to get the control mounted where I wanted. The grips are nicer then stock grips in that they are fatter and have a better feel when riding. Even a friend with a GS1200 said he liked the feel of the Oxford better then his stock grips. As for how well they work. I have only ridden a couple times since install. They get very warm! I easily felt the warmth through my gortex gloves. Jan 7, 2014
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Derric G: Good morning I was going to use these on a Aprilia Shiver 2012 however when I did the dry fit I did not like the look that the heat cable and the routing looked like. So instead I will go the route of heated gear (gloves vest) or the Heat inside the bar heat demons, which Revzilla also carries. Jan 8, 2014
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Kristin G: Should fit. I had these on my 2005 Yamaha FZ-6 and they worked fantastic. Had to file the knerls off the left-hand side the bar a bit, but not difficult. They worked so well on it that I will be putting a pair on my 2008 Suzuki VStrom this Spring.

Jan 7, 2014
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Kristin G: Should fit. I had these on my 2005 Yamaha FZ-6 and they worked fantastic. Had to file the knerls off the left-hand side the bar a bit, but not difficult. They worked so well on it that I will be putting a pair on my 2008 Suzuki VStrom this Spring.

Jan 7, 2014
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Brian R asked: How well do these fit on a 2013 Ktm adventure baja 990.
Wanting some heated grips but don't want something too big in diameter?
Thanks in advance!!
Feb 21, 2015
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David W: There not that much bigger than factory grips and they get hot! Love them on cold days Feb 21, 2015
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Gene D: I have the Oxford Adventure heated grips on my 08 1250 Bandit and love them. The diameter is just slightly larger than stock. They are not fat like on a cruiser style bike. I actually prefer this size to the stock. Very happy with these grips. Oh, and the heat ain't too bad either. Can't hold them too long without gloves on. They get very warm/hot! Feb 21, 2015
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Eduard A: Hello Brien
I do bought this grips, which installed on my super tenere 1200
Worked perfect to me. The only one thing they are shorter then original ones
So mejure before installation
Thanks
Feb 21, 2015
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Brian R: They fit my KTM 990 BAJA? Feb 21, 2015
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Brian S asked: Hi, I was wondering if the ends of the grip can be cut out for "Bark Busters" without damaging them? Apr 30, 2014
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chuck c: Yes, the come with the ends open, I use mine with hand guards and they work perfect. After using them for 2 months in 28 degree montana weather I have to say I love them and I will get them for all my bikes. Apr 30, 2014
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David W: The directions say you can trim them about 1/4" that is the shiny area on the end of the grip.
I also have bark busters and needed another 1/8" past where they said to cut.i took a grinder and slowly shaved off the last bit. They work great!
Apr 30, 2014
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Hilary D: These fit over the tubes and there is no heater element at the end. You should be good to go. I don't have bar end busters on my ride.
good luck and warm hands
May 2, 2014
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robert d: Yes, I cut off the ends to fit my vstrom handle bars and install the hand guards, worked great . Apr 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Concerning Oxford Heaterz Adventure Heated Grips. Does this fit 2012 Yamaha Super Tenere? Apr 23, 2014
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Derric G: I can t really answer your question for each bike will have to have som modification. For instant my bike I had to remove the old grips and then file off the rib on the outer side of the plastic that holds the grip in place. I would then have to cut the Oxford to fit the length to then fit the handle bar. So I stopped there prior to doing any of this and went with a heated gloves instead this way the gloves go across any bike upgrades if i choose. I hope this helps you in you purchase. Apr 24, 2014
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terry v: Yes, they fit the super tenere. The new style heat controller is easier to use with gloves than the old style Apr 24, 2014
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Tom S: The grips are the same size as yamaha stock grips seems to fit fine. Apr 24, 2014
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John E asked: Do the different style grips available have different outside diameters for the main section you would be gripping with your hand? is the adventure "fatter" than the others, and if so, what is the "fattest" one.... Dec 1, 2013
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a r: I just installed the Oxford Premium Adventure on my Suzuki V-Strom.
I can not compare them with other Oxford grips but I can say they are slightly thicker than the oem grips. I was riding oem with Grip Puppies. The Oxfords are not quite as thick as the Grip Puppies but in another forum I read that you can install Grip Puppies over the Oxfords. It would just take a little longer for your hands to feel the heat.
The Oxford Adventure supposedly have the rubber grip pattern optimized for adventure riding- it is def. more grippy than the oem's and even the Grip Puppies.
BY THE WAY- the heat is fantastic!
Dec 2, 2013
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Gene D: I did not measure the outside diameters. I had installed a pair of Driven grips previously on my 08 Bandit 1250 and the Oxford grips do seem to be just ever so slightly bigger in diameter than the Driven's which is fine with me. I had a pair of Kuryakan (did I spell that right) grips on a Sportster and they were too big, but these are just right for my hands which I suppose is normal size to maybe slightly smaller. I just with I had installed the Oxford's earlier in the season so that I could've enjoyed the wonderful heat these things offer. Jan 8, 2014
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Bryan S: I believe the diameters are all the same. I think the only variation is the grip pattern. Dec 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this grip fit the Yamaha 1300 Tourer or does it need to be modified?
Thanks, Joel
Dec 8, 2014
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Kevin H: Not sure. I have the 13' tenere. Do a search and compare your grip size with that, or the specs listed for the new grips. Check the sizes of the sport/adv/touring grips. Get the one closest to your bikes measurements. If it does need modified its not that hard, they can easily be trimmed with a razor. It shouldn't be hard with a Yamaha. It is a pretty simple install. Hardest part is hiding the wires. I would definitely suggest using a relay, it is easy to leave those things on. 10 dollars and a little extra work will save you from a low battery. Dec 9, 2014
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Jeff I: It is a perfect fit with a slightly larger diameter grip which is easily adapted by your hands. An awesome product and great service by Revzilla! You can't go wrong! Dec 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there anyone who has measured the actual circumference of this grip, or who could? This specification would be most helpful in comparing it to the grips on my bike presently. I appreciate knowing the Oxford grips are "a little bit larger than the OEM," but my small hands don't have a lot of margin for error if the grip is too big. Especially on a two-track with 75 pounds camping equipment! Thanks for the data. Nov 14, 2014
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Neil W: I measured the diameter with calipers to be 40mm (1.57in).
After that it's just math to get the circumference (Circumference = Pi (3.14) times Diameter (C=pD))
Circumference is 125.66mm (4.95in)
Now you have to measure your grips and compare.
Nov 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are they compatible with bikes that use Ride-By-Wire throttle control? Has anybody used them on Aprilia Shiver? Jul 17, 2014
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Derric G: I was going to use these on a 2012 Shiver, But after looking at how much i would have to modify the setup, (gluing the grips to the molded plastic) as well as the power lead and how it hits other wires as the throttle is rotated. I then decided that I did not like the look as a perm setup. I like to be able to use any grip and not be locked in using "only" one style. So looked a the Heat Demons http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/symtec-heat-demon-metric-internal-heated-grips more $ yes but a nice clean setup. Yes more work involved (see link) but a nice clean setup and can still use the stock grips. Also sold by REVZILLA too. Jul 18, 2014
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