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Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips
  • Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips

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Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips

The Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring heated handlebar grips are made especially for touring 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 4.72" and can be trimmed to a minimum length of 4.33" 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.


  • 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 Touring Heated Grips 936445 OF691Z In Stock: Ships next business day


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Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips 4.9 5 22 22
Excellent Choice for My V-Strom - Love Them! I had a set of these grips on my '03 V-Strom and loved them! Riding here in Colorado, they definitely got a workout and never once let me down. Fast forward to today and I purchased a pair for my '11 Suzuki 650ABS. They've made them even better with the most recent version (5 heat levels instead of 4, plus auto power saver mode), and once again I love them! The installation is a bit of a bear because you have to grind down the plastic on the handlebars, but routing the wires is easy enough and it's all plug and play. Just did 1300+ miles across Colorado earlier this month over multiple 12,000 foot passes and these grips kept me warm even while wearing summer weight gloves. Highly recommended! November 3, 2015
One of my favorite farkles I love these grips. Installation was pretty straightforward. It took longer than I expected - about an hour and a half - but there was nothing difficult about it. They should extend my riding season by quite a bit. I have a heated jacket liner that keeps my body very warm but my hands have always suffered a bit. Now I should be able to ride year round unless there's snow and ice on the road. October 16, 2015
really hot, challenging install The grips are plenty warm even at 50% power. The install was tougher than necessary because the power cord was 16" too short to make it from the battery to the handle bar area on my Suzuki Burgman. October 12, 2015
Fall riding on the Wet coast to be pacific! I commute every week for work three hours on a scenic and very wet norther Vancouver Island highway on my 2011 Spyder RSS. Good gear is important and these heated grips qualify as Great!. The heat settings give me lots of choice. The auto shut off has already come in handy after a late night ride when all I wanted to do was get in the house. They were VERY easy to install and provide much greater comfort and grip than the stock sports grips. For cold wet weather and a longer riding season these are mandatory! September 22, 2015
Excellent product, great support from Revzilla I use Oxford heated grips for years and they are the best bang for the bucket in this segment. ReviZilla also is the best store with excellent customer support. June 15, 2015
A great way to upgrade your ride for cheap I got the touring heated grips after checking the specs on all the options Oxford provides because they are the exact size of the OEM grips on my '07 Z1000. I've never had them up to 100% because i fear they would burn my hands off. I have ridden with them in 28ºF at half power and it helped a lot. I didn't have to warm my hands near my exhaust when I reached my destination. The left hand grip was really hard to get on, i actually ended up getting blisters while trying to get it all the way on so I would recommend using a rubber mallet. May 24, 2015
Great heated grip option!!! For two years I've wanted heated grips... Factory grips were expensive, always out of stock and received mixed reviews. The Revzilla reviews of these Oxfords convinced me to try them. WOW!! These things work great!! Easy to install and they get HOT... The grips are also a comfort upgrade to my factory grip. Highly recommend!!! May 11, 2015
easy to install the instructions provided were simple and easy to follow and resulted in a problem free installation.I would definitely recommend a dry fitting first because the adhesive provided drys super fast . Everything was provided for installation in the package. Tip: spray some wd-40 on a screw driver when prying off old grips April 13, 2015
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Oxford Heaterz Premium Touring Heated Grips
Already Asked: 12 Questions, 49 Answers
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Derek M: Heated gloves sometimes don't cut it. Nov 25, 2015
Rob R: called u guys on phone, thanks for the help. made my dicession easier. Nov 24, 2015
Charlie P: I thought it will be better than really is Oct 20, 2015
Chris C: Positive reviews. Vendors reputation. Affordable. Oct 20, 2015
Michael T: cold hands Oct 12, 2015
M I: I had Oxford heated grips on my '03 Strom a few years ago. Now that I have my '11 650ABS, I want them on again! Sep 19, 2015
KRISTOPHER D: Sometimes you ride into cold weather when you're not expecting it. After nearly freezing myself to death riding over snowy passes with no thermal or heated gear, I realized I needed to do two things: Always carry thermal gear on long rides, and make it easier to warm up when the weather turns unexpectedly. Seriously, it was 70 degrees the day before and the day after I rode through, but they got the most snow the 70 year old local had ever seen the day I was there. Sep 18, 2015
Jakob E: Had the adventure model on my last V-Strom and they worked well....just the grips were a bit long even with trimming. Chose the touring on the new V-Strom in hopes that I don't have to trim. Sep 1, 2015
Lawrene F: My hands get cold! Aug 27, 2015
Hillary L: Because the Yamaha OEM grips are ridiculously expensive and because Anthony said these were good. Aug 14, 2015
Dale M: Birthday gift for my Uncle. Apr 27, 2015
John p: based on reviews ...it appears easy to install and it was exactly what i was looking for Mar 22, 2015
Dane B: Great reviews. Liked the automatic off feature. Mar 13, 2015
Terry N: review on line Feb 13, 2015
Hank R: My hands were cold! Jan 31, 2015
Victor R: Purchased these grips after much research. I found out these grips will fit my 05' Yamaha FZ6 with no modification needed based off a DIY tutorial of switching OEM grips to these grips from a Revzilla employee with almost the same bike as mine. Additionally, these grips got great reviews and a call to a Revzilla CSR confirmed their great reviews with further detailed info from all these units sold this year. I bought these to be able to enjoy riding in the colder weather. Jan 1, 2015
Pedro R: My hands were cold and now they are not. I once was young but now I am old. Dec 19, 2014
Garrett S: good reviews, and cold fingers Dec 5, 2014
Glen S: I read several reviews on heated grips from multiple sources and these seem to have been highly rated. Additionally the instruction looked clear and well documented which is important to me as I will be doing this myself. Dec 3, 2014
Ryan T: I hear these Hand warmer ROCK!! I have 2010 Triumph Tiger 1050, and upgraded the bars so I had to remove the stock heated grips to get external wires instead of the stock internal wires. My hand have been cold for the last couple years, and this year I said I can't stand it... Feeling warm already! Nov 29, 2014
Alan R: recommended and sale priced! Nov 28, 2014
Dana G: I have Reynaud's syndrome and need warm hands, even when it is the 60's. I prefer not wearing big, bulky, heated gloves. Nov 28, 2014
Kirill S: Seems to be the best heated grips out there. Fits my motorcycle and has great power output and controller. Nov 3, 2014
Narottama C: The features in this kit will suit my year round riding in rainy cold PNW.
I was also told about these by a guy at Beaverton Motorcycles, they were singing its praise.
Nov 2, 2014
Charles E: Because I ride a Kawi ninja and my hands are getting frozen with just winter gloves on. Oct 28, 2014
Corey J: I liked the idea but when I looked at the grip and compared them to my grips on my FJR1300 I noticed they were about 1/2" short. I returned them and purchased the "Adventure Oxford Heated Grips" which are longer (5.19"). I hope this helps. Wish they would say this in the description of the product. The size on the touring type is- Standard length 4.72" (12cm) Trimmable to 4.37" (11cm) Jul 30, 2014
A shopper asked: If wired directly to the battery, do the grips come on when you start the bike back up?
Or... once you hold the - button to turn them off, they are off, till you press the + button?
Apr 7, 2015
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Henry M: The heated grips only turn on when manually pressing up-button to any setting level after the bike has been turned on.

If heated grips are not manually turned off by pressing down-button until off position, it will do so automatically after the bike has been turned off for a few minutes and detects a negligible amount of battery lost.

Highly recommend them, but make sure if the tour, adventure or sport is the right fit for your bike, since lengths varies between all three premium heated grid types.
Apr 7, 2015
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David C: They do hook up to the battery. They don't turn on when you start the bike you'll have to press the top button to turn them on and set the heat % on the grip. Then to turn them off you'll push the bottom button depends on the heat setting your on.( just press the bottom button till you don't see the light on the module) Shutting the bike with them on the module will shut the grips down when it sense a certin voltage. After the module shuts the grips down when starting the grips will be in the off setting. Apr 7, 2015
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stephen j: If wired directly to battery then there is power to constantly being applied to the controller, whether the bike is on or off. Which means that they can be turned on or off without the bike being on if wired directly to the battery. they are capable of being wired to your headlight wires for example so that they will only be powered if the bike is on. Apr 7, 2015
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Thang L: You turn the grips " On / Off " by using the " + / - " buttons on the control panel. Apr 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: 30% looks like the lowest setting. In hot weather, do these turn on anyway at 30% power? Can you turn them off? Jan 20, 2015
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Robert B: To turn on the grip you need to press the "+" button. To turn off the grip hold the "-" button, from any heat setting, for two seconds. Hope the info helps! Happy and warm handed riding to you! Jan 22, 2015
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Garrett S: They do have an off, and if you wire them directly to the battery, you must turn them off when you are done or they will drain the battery. Great product.

Jan 21, 2015
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Ryan T: Yes, you can turn them Off. Select the + to turn on at 30% and select the - until it turns off. Jan 21, 2015
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Joseph B: The grips need to be turned on, and yrs they do turn off. They are great! Jan 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the outside diameter of these grips? Jan 10, 2015
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Spurgeon D: I just got these as a Christmas present for my Pops to use on his V-Strom. Uninstalled I measured the outside diameter at 1 7/16". One installed on the bar the overall diameter may expand a bit. I hope this helps you with your decision! Jan 12, 2015
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Michael M: I don't feel much of a difference from my stock grips, can't find calipers to actually measure them, but they ROCK!!

I have brushguards and Hippohands also, although I had to modify the Hippohands due to the size of the Barkbusters. Needless to say, my hands are TOASTY, even on low. The install for the grips was VERY easy, almost as easy as the barkbusters. You won't regret getting them if you live in the colder ares of the country.

Sorry it took so long to respond, I'm a truck driver, so I don't get much time to check e mails and such. I hope this helps you.
Jan 18, 2015
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Spurgeon D: Once installed, not one installed... Sorry about that! Jan 12, 2015
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Rodney C: The outside diameter is 3 3/4 inches. Jan 14, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these grips fit a 1993 Kawasaki Voyager XII? Dec 16, 2014
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Vadim K: This grip should fit any 7/8" handle bars. I am not sure but Voyager is Cruiser and probably having 1" handle bars. I would suggest just check handle bar size and go from there but be aware that installation could require some small modifications. Dec 16, 2014
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David W: I don't know for sure, but they fit my 2009 Suzuki GSXR.If it has 7/8 " handle bars, it should. Dec 16, 2014
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Asheeshpal J asked: My throttle grip is a 1 "round bar and the right side of my handle bar is 7/8" round bar. Would these grips fit onto my handle bar? Nov 30, 2014
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Ryan K: They should fit. The 7/8" describes the diameter of the actual steel handlebar. Left and right side steel should be 7/8". The throttle tube (usually plastic) will slip over the steel handlebar. It is always a larger diameter. Exactly what diameter, I've never measured. A 7/8" package of handlebar grips will fit accordingly (7/8" inside diameter for the left side, a larger diameter for the throttle side). That is the case with these Oxford grips. The throttle side is oversized to compensate for the throttle tube. Dec 1, 2014
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Michael M: The throttle side is larger inside than the left is,dead simple install too. Jan 18, 2015
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gerald d asked: any one know how many watts this thing uses? Oct 13, 2014
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Jason F: Not sure about watts, but its rated at 4 amps. Don't exceed the 30 amp draw on your battery and it will work fine. I've added several electrical items from Revzilla and the bike runs fine. Nov 2, 2014
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Robert C: Ohm's Law gives: 4 amps X 12 volts = 48 watts. Mar 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: Would this work with a 2003 Honda St1300 ? May 25, 2014
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kevin m: I dont see why not. They are great on my o5 fjr. Check the length of the grips, find a spot to mount the control switch and just hook up direct to battery. NO SPLICING!! Make sure when you turn throttle heater wire doesnt interfere w/brake lever. All seasons= AWESOME!! May 31, 2014
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Greg H: I don't know but they fit my Suzuki GSX 1250 FA. Had to do some trimming but they work great. I found a YouTube video that detailed how to fit them to me exact bike. I suggest you look on Youtube May 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have smallish hands, and have heard the Oxford heated grips are thick - what is the circumference of the Premium Touring heated grip? Mar 3, 2015
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Michael M: I don't think that they're any thicker than stock, but I have n octave + reach. Apr 13, 2015
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John C R asked: I notice that the control has no 0% setting. Can you turn off the heat or is 30% the minimum setting? Jan 20, 2015
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Jonathan G: You can turn off the heat, if you just keep pressing down, and then no lights are on. Jan 24, 2015
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A shopper asked: Fitment will be to a 2015 Triumph Tiger XRx which has a fly-by-wire throttle. I'm concerned about cutting or sanding the throttle tube because of the electronic sensor.

Has anyone installed these on a FbW throttle and if so, are there any special precautions I should be aware of?
Jan 2, 2015
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James R. G: I installed them on a '14 KTM 690 Duke that has a fly by wire system. The location where you install them is no different than a mechanical throttle. The tube turns an electrical control rather than a cable system. I did have to file the tube down. It wasn't round but had a groove system I had to smooth out. They work great. Jan 2, 2015
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A shopper asked: For a 2008 V-Strom 650, should I get the Touring or Adventure grips? Oct 19, 2015
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