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Oxford Heaterz Premium Sport Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Sport Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Sport Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Sport Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Sport Heated Grips
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Oxford Heaterz Premium Sport Heated Grips

The Oxford Heaterz Premium Sports heated handlebar grips are made especially for sports bikes. The grips have ergonomically engineered surface structures to optimize riding performance. Soft, ultra-grippy diamond tread is inspired by race grips for comfort and feedback. The grip length is 4.84” (123mm) but can be trimmed to 4.48” (114mm) if required and has open ends for bar end weights. 

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.


  • Fits most 7/8" handlebars
  • 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

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

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

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Oxford Heaterz Premium Sport Heated Grips 4.8 5 33 33
Great product. Oops with the Glue. I installed the Oxford Heaterz heated grips on my 2015 Ninja 1000 just as the weather was starting to turn. The grips are overall good quality rubber grips with more than enough wiring slack, a top quality control panel and pretty good instructions. They have multiple adjustable settings, and provide a good deal of heat (sometimes getting even too warm). I would recommend not using liners when using these, and they just insulate the heat out. I use my summer gloves almost exclusively now. The only negative think I can say is that the grips are little rough in terms of texture and can result in raw palms over a long day, this is with wearing gloves. Although the added grip ensures you always have a firm grasp on the bars. Installation was not too complicated. There's a few things I would recommend / watch out for. One, they recommend using the included superglue to secure the throttle tube to the grip. Just be careful with the amount you apply. If it seeps out from under the grip, this can result in glue getting between your throttle tube and the grip, which is what happened to me. This resulted in a throttle that didn't twist! Of course being the idiot that I am and not reading instructions got me into this mess. Thankfully I was able to sort it by removing the entire throttle assembly the next day and scrubbing for a few minutes using "Goof Off" glue remover. I would also recommend splicing the power wires with a running light, so that the power to the unit shuts off when you turn off the ignition. This will prevent you from accidentally leaving them on and draining your battery. I would also recommend picking up a 4-blade relay from Radio Shack (and some shrink tubes) if you go this route. It's pretty easy to setup. Anyway, other than the glue mishap installation was pretty straight forward. There was also a lot of help on YouTube. I hope this helps you. November 19, 2015
Received defective grip bought these grips through Revzilla, installed them and within a week one of the grips stopped working. Contacted Oxford , they called me the very next day and within 3 days a replacement was received. Great customer service and excellent response. November 9, 2015
Realy good fitment finish Quite easy to fit, accept on my bike had to take quite a lot off the twist grip. Moto Guzzi Stelvio. Otherwise happy. November 2, 2015
Summer Gloves in Cold Weather! Winter is coming...yeah yeah yeah. No seriously, it is though. Which is why I needed to get some heated grips on my bike pronto. I ride every day and the mornings are now in the low 40's, fortunately though the heated grips make it possible to still wear my summer weight gloves, which is great for better tactile response. The caveat to that statement though is that I also got some hand guards to block the cold wind. The grips are awesome and such a nice thing to have, but I doubt I'd still be able to rock summer gloves if it they were still being blasted by the cold air. If you dont already have guards, I'd seriously recommend them to go hand in hand with these grips. Install of the grips is fairly straight forward. I have a Honda CB500X and the rotating bar end weights made things a little trickier. Once the end weights were off though, it was only a matter of sliding the stock grips off, filing down the throttle tube, and gluing the Oxford's on. I would defintely dry fit them first though and make sure the electrical connections coming off the grips dont interfere with any of your other controls or accessories (i.e. twist the throttle all the way and make sure it clears everything.) Wiring was extremely simple, just make sure you allow plenty of slack while turning the bars lock to lock, I had an instance where I tidied things up a little too much and pulled one of the connections out and wondered why only one grip was turning on. Just provide plenty of slack, and you'll be good to go. The coldest I've ridden with them so far has been about 30 degrees, and I turned them up to 100% at first, but had to turn them down to 50% after a little while...these things get plenty hot! Size wise, the diameter of the grips is a little larger than my stock grips, which was a welcomed surprise, these help a little more with reducing fatigue from gripping a smaller bar/grip. At the end of the day, these are heated grips, and they work very well. And at their price point, I feel they're pretty much a steal. Like a great pair of socks, warm and comfy hands can never be overrated. Buy these with confidence. October 26, 2015
I Was A Cold and Jealous Soul.... I work overtime to make sure my wife enjoys her motorcycle. We've got helmet intercoms, so if she's unhappy...I'll hear it, over and over. Last year, I added the Oxford Heaterz Grips to her Yamaha, and she just loved them. It was an easy installation on her TW200, and she cranks the heat, keeping her hands warm, and her conversation happy. In fact, she'd brag to me every time she turned 'em on... Meanwhile, while she gloated, my poor mitts would be freezing on my naked Street Triple. But no more. I just added the Heaterz Premium Sport Grips to my bike. Again, the installation was easy. No relays, just plug and play. And warmth. And comfort. And no Vulcan death grip because of cold hands. My advice: Get 'em. They're a good value, work well, are an easy mod to install, and automatically turn off, when you forget. October 19, 2015
Product does what it claims; they do get warm. These grips have made riding in cooler weather more enjoyable for me. Finish looses one bar because the plug on one grip didn't have the metal contacts pushed in all the way and the grip didn't work at first. Pushed them in all the way and the grip worked fine. As far as the install, I know it's a universal fit part, there are a couple places to improve. First, the screws provided to attack the controller bracket to the bike controls were the same length as the stock screws and not usable. The second improvement would be to have a way to easily shorten the wires. I mounted the controller on a flat spot on the fairing on the right side and had an extra 2 feet of wire from each grip. Other than those 2 points, the install wasn't bad. Not sure about durability, I'm a new rider with my first bike. October 6, 2015
Great Set of Heated Grips Why I got these: My GF gets cold, numb hands when we ride and it's under 55 degrees...she has not had a single instance of cold or numb hands since we installed these...they really do work very well. How they work/other thoughts: They take about 2 minutes to warm up and they do get really warm on the hottest setting. It is very very nice. The auto-off feature works well (and I wouldn't get a pair of these without some sort of auto-off or connecting them to a switched +12V source) but if they turn off automatically (you can turn them off manually or let them turn off on their own after a couple minutes of no movement from the bike), a green LED flashes to let you know that they have turned off...which I think calls attention to the bike after you walk away from it so I don't like the flashing green "I've turned off" LED indicator. These grips are a little bigger round than most grips. I like this though because it reduces the pressure on the hands...and I put these on a CB500X, not a race type bike so it works and looks great for us (it just depends on what you like). Install: I installed these on a CB500X and the installation was straight forward...remove old grips, install new grips, run the wires to the battery, install the controller mount on the left mirror clamp, and then connect everything via the connectors that are pre-installed. It was painless, easy, and the kit came with everything needed. The only surprise I got was not the grips' fault, it was the bike itself: our throttle tube has a sooper-bumpy (1/16 - 1/32" tall) texture. This needed to be sanded down for the grips to fit and be able to be glued properly. These grips are stiff, not rubbery-floppy like normal grips and they won't fit and glue properly over the sooper-bumpy texture. The grips feel great even though they're a bit more firm than most grips, they are comfortable because they's bigger round and there's less pressure on your palm. They feel sooper-nice. Summary: The grips are sooper and really easy to install. They are a great alternative to wearing heavy gloves when the weather is a little cold...and they's keep you toasty if you just have cold hands. September 22, 2015
Great buy and fast delivery Not much use in the summer but am planning ahead for this fall and winter. However, all of my research and reading have been extremely supportive of this purchase and envision no problems or dissatisfaction. Price was excellent. August 17, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Brett B: Have a pair on my 2000 Yamaha R1, and love them. Nov 27, 2015
Todd H: A friend recommended them very highly. Nov 25, 2015
D E: So I can ride in the winter months and don't have to worry about my hands freezing up. Nov 19, 2015
Jessie F: I had a different version of Oxford on my other bike.. The fitment and operation of these grips are second to none.. Nov 11, 2015
Juan S: They seem to be quality heated grips that are easy to install that won't break on me a few months in. Very good reviews here and on other sites. Nov 4, 2015
Stephan A H: Reviews and previous good results with a similar Oxford product Oct 12, 2015
Craig L: I wanted to stretch the riding season a bit and didn't want to deal with the bulk of heated gloves or inserts. Sep 10, 2015
Shawn H: Positive reviews. Aug 24, 2015
Mike J: they work great on a klr in the winter Aug 20, 2015
G L: Have used before. Good grips, with adjustability. Jul 13, 2015
John D: These are the single greatest accessory anyone could put on a bike! They get very hot very fast and are great for chilly summer nights or just plain freezing weather. Mine are on a cbr250r and no issues with them drawing too much power though I have never had them turned up all the way. 75% is hot enough with summer gloves on. May 19, 2015
Dale M: Because my hands get freakin' cold, man. Apr 27, 2015
Patrick J: quality function ease of install,,sport design grip Apr 13, 2015
Joseph o: for use during cold mornings Apr 11, 2015
Jeffrey J: Had these on other bikes and they work much better than any OEM heated grips. Apr 10, 2015
Ira S: I chose Oxford because of the postive reviews of quality and reliability. My hands get cold easy, so need heated grips, plus with these I can now use my "summer" gloves in the spring too! Mar 20, 2015
Patrick P: Heated grips for cold Alaskan mornings. Work great so far, easy to install and heat up quick. Mar 15, 2015
Bob A: I reviewed the reviews and this was noted as a great unit. Compared to the OEM version, there is a savings of over $130. I ride in cold weather that can be hard on my hands unless I ride a bike that has heated grips. I decided that I would like to have this on my Street Triple for these occasions. Jan 29, 2015
Paul R: Used on a bike I sold a few years back. They worked nicely and then and I got tired of cold hands on my current ride. Jan 25, 2015
Roy B: I got tired of my hands always being cold even when riding at moderately cool temperatures. Installation wasn't difficult and they work great. As a bonus, they are a little bit fatter than the stock Ninja grips and have a better feel. Did I say that they are also priced reasonably too? Jan 23, 2015
Kent H: Most of all price, and its cold in the mornings! Jan 20, 2015
S O: cold hands, duh...
works perfect
Jan 17, 2015
Thomas S: Cause my hands were cold! Jan 14, 2015
David K: Because my hands get cold Jan 7, 2015
SALEH D: I'm driving in Europe now and the conditions are considerably colder than in California. I was looking for a heated grip option that was durable, easy to use, and had a clean looking installation (no toggle switches). This product looks great, the reviews say it produces enough heat, and the switch is clean and intelligent. Dec 9, 2014
David S: Trusted brand name Dec 1, 2014
Daniel C: Comfort Nov 13, 2014
Samuel C: Nice warm hands on a 25 degree day. Easy to install Nov 12, 2014
JAKOB B: my hands get cold in the winter Sep 16, 2014
Rachael W: These are a must have for cold weather riding. Sep 5, 2014
Devin L: After reading and watching reviews, these were the heated grips I decided upon. I used a relay in my install to avoid a dead battery due to bypassers playing around with my unattended bike while at work downtown, even though the controller has its own undervoltage cutout. Jun 6, 2014
Darin W: Gets pretty cold late at night even in a desert like Los Angeles May 30, 2014
Nain I: Replaced my old stock grips on my 2010 Street Triple with these and even though I'm not too fond of the wire routing, having warm hands in the winter is always appreciated. I wish I had gotten them sooner. Mar 19, 2014
Derrick D: Checked these out on a buddies bike and they warmed up quick. Feb 2, 2014
Jason L: It's cold outside... And I herd from some sport tour guys they are the best ones to get. Dec 30, 2013
Brandon A: It cold! and I'm riding all winter baby Dec 11, 2013
Enrique L: fellow rider has them on his S1000rr Dec 10, 2013
Paul A: Got them because it's cold as F in winter. Nov 13, 2013
Nick L asked: Do these fit over the existing rubber on the handlebars or do you remove yours and put these on as a replacement? Nov 3, 2015
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Paul G: They do not fit over existing grips. And I recommend not using the supplied glue. I did, and had to do-over not long after the first installation. Do what you would with any other grips, motorcycle or bicycle. Spray the insides of the grip tubes with the stickiest hairspray you have in your house or nearby drugstore, slip them on (which will happen very easily; and do clean the bar before you do this, especially if there's crud from the previous pair) and arrange them so the heat-element entry exist bits don't interfere with the brake and clutch pull, wait many hours, perhaps a whole 24 day, just to be sure sure, and then RIDE ON. Nov 3, 2015
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Scott F: You will need to remove the existing grips (rubber) and replace them with these. Install took me about 2 hours total to do. Removing grips, running wires zip tying to factory harness routing as well as mounting the control box. The hardest part however is sanding/filing down the factory throttle sleeve to make the surface flat enough to receive and adhere to the oxfords. Well worth the money and the effort. Best upgrade I have done to my CBR. Nov 3, 2015
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D E: You have to remove your existing grips and replace them with this Nov 3, 2015
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Everett S: You remove your grips and replace them with these. Easy install Nov 3, 2015
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William H: These are a replacement. Stock grips have to be removed. Nov 3, 2015
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MICHAEL D: You do have to remove the old grips Nov 3, 2015
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Craig C asked: Is it possible to replace each grip when they wear down, without buying a whole new set & controller?

I'm concerned about the cost of maintaining these grips over time.
Dec 24, 2014
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Kit H: The grips are replaceable, and replacing both is less than half the cost of the kit. Feb 19, 2015
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MIKE L: Yes you can replace. There awesome grips use them when temps are 35* Dec 30, 2014
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Craig C: I found them on RevZ, they are $20 for each side. Not bad at all, about twice the cost of normal grips. I would expect the Oxfords to last at least two seasons - more than acceptable to me. Feb 19, 2015
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Alexander S: Probably not. The grips have heating elements and wires integrated. On the bright side, they are so sturdy that they will last for many years for sure. I have them for over a year, a few thousand miles, no signs of wear so far. Dec 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can these be turned off for hot summer days? Does it have an On/Off switch Oct 16, 2014
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Kim T: Yes, these can be turned off. "Off" is the default state for the grips when you start the bike, and from there you set the heat setting from a low of 30% up to 100% power -- or just choose to leave them off on warm days. This series (Premium) will also automatically turn themselves off if you forget to when you park the bike... saved my butt a couple of times already! Oct 18, 2014
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Alexander S: Yes, they can be turned off by pressing - from the lowest setting. Oct 16, 2014
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Stephen D: Yes, they do not turn on automatically--the default is off. Oct 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do these fit over the existing rubber on the handlebars or do you remove yours and put these on instead? Nov 3, 2015
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Alexander S: You will need to remove stock grips and use a sandpaper to remove any residue and adjust the plastic on the throttle side. They fit so snugly I didn't use the glue. In fact, I had to use rubbing alcohol as a lubricant to ease the fitting, and they stay solid enough since then, but I can remove them easily if needed. Nov 3, 2015
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Andrew K: These are replacement for your grips, you will have to remove the existing rubber first. Nov 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: Just wondering if anyone has put this on a Daytona 675 2013 model. I have read a few people saying they have to sand their bars which is something i don't particularly want to do. Can anyone confirm if the Daytona 675 will go on with just a little effort and patience? Apr 29, 2015
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David V: I have a Bonneville SE which I believe has the same throttle tube as the Daytona (7/8" bars). The throttle tube has raised ribs and the factory grips have matching slots. I had to shave my throttle tube with a knife. No small job, but have you seen the price of the Triumph heated grips? It's ludicrous. No issue with the other side of the bars. The grip glue broke loose so I just sandwiched it between my aftermarket bar ends and the controls. Apr 29, 2015
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Drake W: I installed them on a '13 Speed Triple with the same throttle tube. It takes a little work to remove the ribs, knife, sand paper, angle grinder, dremel tool, what ever you have. Well worth the little bit of effort! Jun 1, 2015
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A S asked: What is the difference between the Premium and the non-Premium grips? Nov 25, 2013
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Nathanael A: The premium grips have a better (version 7) controller which has built in low voltage cutoff for those who directly wire to the battery and leave the grips on accidentally. The new controller makes sure that you still have enough battery to start the bike. I wired mine to a switched source so I turned that feature off, but the wiring is also simplified with the new controller so there is less to hide on the bike which I really liked. I also read online that the version 6 controller had some issues that were corrected in version 7. Nov 25, 2013
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Stephen F: I believe the "Premium" grips use a new controller which is supposed to be an improvement over the previous design. They look similar, but the buttons and indicator lights are different if you look closely. I believe the grips themselves are identical. Nov 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a 2015 Vulcan S cruiser. Is the sport product the right choice for this model bike? Nov 27, 2015
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Drake W: When you ask is it the right product.are you asking if it is the right size or just the right model grip. As for size I do not know. If you want a thinner more positive feel then yes the doses are the correct grips. If I was putting g them on a Vulcan I would get the larger diameter and softer cruise grips personally. Nov 27, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these fit a 2002 Honda 750 ACE? Jun 1, 2015
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MIKE L: If the bar is 7/8" od Jun 2, 2015
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A shopper asked: can you tell me if these grips will fit a 2010 Ducati Multistrada handlebar? Apr 27, 2015
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Timothy P: Check the length, there are 3 options. The grips really work and the hook up is very easy. Apr 27, 2015
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Andrew C asked: How large in outer diameter are the Sport Heaterz grips? Even better, does anyone know the comparison in grip diameter between the Sport/Touring/Adventure versions of these heated grips?

Not having bear paws for hands, I dislike the disconnected feel and increased finger strain associated with fat grips or bulky gloves. Thanks
Feb 17, 2015
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Kit H: AFAIK, the various versions differ only in length and texture, not diameter. These are not as soft as the Pro-Grip 714s that are my usual go-to, but they feel about the same thickness. Feb 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: Where are the heated grips made? Aug 25, 2014
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Alexander S: China Oct 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are the current 692Z Heated grip supplied with the version 8 controller which is distinguished by a "V.8" on the controller, with heating % of 30, 40, 50, 75, & 100 ? May 3, 2014
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David H: Yes. May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 with 1 inch handlebars, 4 1/2 inch long grips. I am having a hard time finding heated grips for anything larger than 7/8s bars. Do you have anything to suggest? Aug 23, 2015
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