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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
  • 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
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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 Sport Heated Grips 4.8 5 12 12
Wife has warm hands! Got a pair for my wife's 2007 SV650s after some cheap under-grip heaters failed. Also, I didn't wire directly to the battery, as I had already installed a relay system on the bike, so I cannot comment on the power save/auto off feature. First, dry fit everything! It takes longer, but is worth it to know you did it right. Second, follow the directions with 24 hour set time. It matters. The parts are well built, and installation could not be easier. The hardest part is finding where to mount the controller. I used the double sided pad that was included to mount to the top of the triple tree. I used included zip ties to have the grips wire follow existing control lines, and fed the power line along the main wiring harness. I tucked the extra wire from all the lines between the frame and airbox. There is more than enough wire to reach anywhere on a sportbike. Plan to hide extra. The left grip went on easily enough. Make sure all the old glue is off, use whatever cleaner suits you. I used a little less than a third of the included super glue. The throttle side you may need to do some work. I own a Dremel and this made short work of the flange on the end of the tube, and a ridge on the tube that was to tall. The insides of the grips did have some extra rubber that I needed to cut/file out to have a smooth fit. And I did end up trimming of the small portion that can be cut off. It was easily done with a small hacksaw. Total installation was 1-2 hours, and very easy. No electrical experience needed to install. My wife has used them several times on her 40 min commute in Seattle in January/February with no issue from rain (lots of it), and has reported warm hands the whole time. I am impressed with the grip pattern, it looks and feels like a reasonable sportbike design. I think I'll get a set for my R1. Use is primarily commuting, with some weekend canyon warrior in the Seattle region. February 8, 2015
Best mod I've made to my bike so far (Yamaha FZ-09) I bought these to keep my hands warmer during my morning commutes. I have all season gloves, but my fingers were still getting cold. I had considered hand guards, but these grips were a much better value and don't change the look of the bike as much. Installation took a little work, but most of it was bike assembly/dis-assembly. The cords coming from the grips themselves could not be hidden to my satisfaction (which is the reason I only gave it a 3/5 for finish). They work great, though, and keep my hands nice and warm on my way to work every morning. Very satisfied with this product. February 3, 2015
These grips go to 11... Excellent product, finish & performance are top notch. I would recommend a Dremel tool to remove the raised ribs on your throttle tube. Enjoy. January 26, 2015
best mod I've done so far I live in wa state and I'm constantly riding in 50° f or lower. Now that I have these, no more frozen/numb fingertips. Now I can maintain good...smooth....throttle control the whole ride home [ 38°f] thank you Oxford! January 11, 2015
Not sure what I would do without them I bought these grips so that I could ride comfortably in some colder weather. They do the job very well and were an exact fit for my 2000 Ninja 500r. The controller is really nice and the LEDs are bright enough that when I cut the bike off they remind me to turn the heaters off as well. It's nice to go out in 40 degree weather and have warm hands. December 22, 2014
WARM... First, I was debating if I should get a hand guard or heated grips to keep my hands from freezing. Luckily, I bought the heated grip first. The coldest I've rode so far was 22 degrees with my Rev'it Bastion and this product. This product kept me warm all throughout my commute to work. Installation needs a lot of effort for me especially trying to hide the wirings under the bike. The glue issue for me is trial and error, I may have not put enough glue in it the first time, so it came off. I reapply it again a little bit more the second time and so far so good.. Other than that, it looks nice and warm. December 7, 2014
Hot and slippery hands The grips work well and are easy to install, but beware of the glue that it comes with. Under no circumstance should you use it. The glue does not hold and the grips slide all around when warm. November 12, 2014
Nice quality, clean installation Full disclosure- I haven't ridden these past my garage door yet as it's still snowy out. However, my review is based on the installation and overall quality. Installation was very straightforward. I was planning to install a relay in-line with the battery connector, but when reading the instructions they claim to have 'smart circuitry' which would detect either low voltage or a bike that wasn't running. They claim to turn off after 2 minutes if the bike isn't running. I was very skeptical, but I have now tested this at least a dozen times, and even with a full battery charge the grips do, in fact, blink and turn off after 2 minutes, then completely off after 5. I ended up not installing the relay. I'll probably forget these on, but I think I'll be OK. I purchased the Sport version because my factory grips are short (120mm) and it seemed like the Adventure grips were longer. I couldn't determine if the Touring grips could be trimmed like the Sports can. I ended up trimming the first notch off the end (they're designed for this) and ended up with a perfect length replacement. Unfortunately, this also removed they perfect safety wire channel the grips have. The Sport compound is quite hard and the grip texture is pointy. I'm not sure yet if this will be an issue. My throttle tube is ribbed so I had to trim it before they'd fit, but that's no big deal. The wires are super long and should fit any bike. I was able to stuff all the extra behind the headlight, but a cleaner installation would be to chop off about a foot of wire. I tried installing with my old hairspray method but the hard plastic inner wouldn't stick to my throttle tube. I ended up using hairspray on the left and the supplied Krazy Glue on the right, along with a single turn of safety wire on each side. I tried to use as little Krazy Glue as possible, though I have no idea if I'll ever be able to get them off. My initial plan was to take them off in favor of a soft compound grip in the summer, though after having to use glue I'm not sure if that will work out as planned. I didn't like the supplied controller bracket, so I fabricated a simple one out of aluminum and bolted it to the clutch bolts. It's very clean- I hate cockpit clutter. It almost looks factory. The quality of these is very good. They don't look 'aftermarket'. Routing the grip wires is a pain. I ended up going with them at about 7 o'clock if you were looking down the end of the bar. That seemed to be the position that wouldn't interfere with my clutch. The throttle side I would have preferred at a different angle but I think they have to match or it will look amateurish. The grips get hot, fast. Like I said, I haven't ridden anywhere with them, but so far, I'm very pleased with this purchase. March 10, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
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
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 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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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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