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Oxford Heaterz Sports 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 bikes, but 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, that looks as good as your sportsbike

Switch Features:

  • Large buttons for ease of use
  • Small size: 40 x 48 (mm)
  • Separate ON/OFF switch
  • Zero back drain current
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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 Sports Heated Grips 4.7 5 30 30
Very good product and and incredible price!!! Coming from a set of bargain heated grips from another manufacturer that were an absolute disappointment, these are what I should have bought in the first place. Especially since the clearance price made these the same price as the "bargain" set. I would buy these again for full price if I needed a set for another bike they are so nice. Plenty of heat. Installation was simple but I chose to add in a relay to keep myself from draining out the battery. The smart box on the grips will keep the battery from being damaged by a total drain but will not keep it from discharging low enough to have to bump start the bike. Adding the relay is a pretty simple job but adds another twenty minutes to the job. Only other issue was the bracket that the control box attaches to is just coated metal. I chose to paint it semigloss black to blend it into the rest of black controls on the handlebar. Very nice item. Love them so far. November 17, 2014
Best mod for $ No cheaper or better way to add some comfort or extend your season riding than a pair of heated grips. I own piles of electric gear and honestly this is the cheapest and best mod for the money. Use a battery powered vest to add more months of riding. I bought two set of these and you won't find an easier rig to install and use. November 10, 2014
Great All Around...but I wish the light was brighter or even better...it could shut off with the rest of the bike. It will kill your battery if you leave it on so you should also instal a kill switch or a relay. Great value, very warm. November 10, 2014
Get these before they are gone I've been using a heated grip kit where you install heating elements under your existing grips, which came with a 2 way switch. These Oxford grips are far better. Installation was easy, inducing mounting the switch. As I have a naked bike I was worried where I'd put the switch as there is no body work to mount the switch on or in. The supplied mounting bracket fixed that, easily attaching the switch to my handle bars using the bikes existing hardware. These grips heat up fast and get hot enough to keep ones hands warm in below freezing temperatures. Any faults to be had, and I think they're minor, lie in using the switch. You have to press the bottoms a bit harder than you think you should leading you to think you made an adjustment when you didn't. This can also bend the bracket a bit, but it bends back. There are lights showing you that it is on and at what power level, but the they are rather hard to see in daylight, so don't rely on them to let you know you left the grips on. If you can link them to a circuit the key turns on an off do it. I have a friend who left his on, wired directly to the battery, and each time they drained the battery enough that it would't turn the starter. Bump starting was still possible, so the auto shut off feature is of some use. Good for almost all bikes, I've installed a par on my Yamaha FZ-09 and a pair on my Vespa GTS-250 November 5, 2014
Great Grips for the Money! BACKGROUND: I bought 2 pairs of these at $50 for a KLR650A and a CBR250R. The price seemed really good for heated grips with a controller. OUT OF THE BOX: the construction looked very professional and clean - no weird flash or other manufacturing marks. All cables and connectors were high quality as was the controller unit. INSTALLATION: easy - the only part that takes time is how to route the cables to the battery without them looking messy or interfering with the controls. The CBR seemed easier to install than the KLR just because the fairings provided cover. There was no need to remove the fairings from the CBR which was awesome. USE: straight forward - turn it on and select your desired heat level. The heat output is really good, I used them on a 28-32 deg. F day last week and my hands were warm still on 100% heat. I wear Alpinestars Apex Drystar gloves on cold days. I haven't left the unit on after reaching my destination, but if you have a fear of forgetting you should wire it to your ignition switch. October 27, 2014
Oxford Heated Grips are Mandatory This is the second pair of Oxford heated grips I have installed on my motorcycles. I installed a pair earlier this year on my 2012 Kawasaki KLR650. They went on easily and straight forward and work very well. So they were the obvious choice for me to put on my recently acquired 2006 Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom. I commute to work in the early morning and the heated grips are turned on then. I typically use the lowest setting of the four settings. They keep my hands from getting cold and losing dexterity. The texture of grip provides a good grip. They are functional and look good. October 13, 2014
Thank for the order Thanks you very much i have all i need whit your site . September 18, 2014
Amazing product for the price If there's one gripe about these grips, it would have to be that the included wiring/harness provides just a bit too much wire for my particular application. Since I installed on an ST1300 with a quartet harness in the front left hand fairing side, I didn't have to go all the way back to the battery directly. That left me with a lot of wire that I had to hide/zip tie and otherwise take care of. Better too much than not enough for sure. The grips heat up nicely, the control box is easy to use and mount, and they're plenty comfortable. Considering the stock Honda grips (now unavailable mind you) are over $300, these grips are an absolute steal. September 15, 2014
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Oxford Heaterz Sports Heated Grips
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Roger N: Oxford name means quality and Revzilla means a great deal! Oct 26, 2014
Michael M: I chose the oxford heated grips so that my fingers and hands don't freeze as i commute to work in 32 degree temps. Oct 21, 2014
Allen F: Requested as a gift item. Oct 10, 2014
Todd N: Riders' feedback, and almost 50% off pricing make this a good buy. Sep 25, 2014
Joseph W: Good price and good reviews. Sep 18, 2014
Mark J: Great price. Sep 14, 2014
James Z: Literally wore out my first set (after many year they still heated fine, but the rubber grip was badly worn). Love these - they are the best thing for riding on even merely cool days, much less cold days, when your hands are the first to feel the cold. Reliable and easy to install. Sep 4, 2014
Long P: My previous set is worn out on the grips so this will be my replacement to get ready for winter.....Not sure if I really need it here in South Cal..... :Ã? Aug 25, 2014
Scott B: Had them before and they are great. Destroyed them in moving to new bars, but was time to replace anyhow from being warn down from normal use. Aug 25, 2014
TIM V: Mmmm toasty! Aug 22, 2014
Ken C: Best price on a great product. I bought these as a spare. The best mod anyone can make to their ride. Aug 13, 2014
Luc M: Price was too good to pass up. And ofcourse I ride in the cold... Aug 12, 2014
Melwin P: Since it had got good reviews and at a good price. Jul 22, 2014
Howard M: Great product at a great price............... It's what all my friends are using........ Jun 7, 2014
John P: This will be my second pair. LOVE THEM! It's one thing to ride and not think about how cold your hands are, another to only think about how cold your hands are. With these you can get more enjoyment out of riding. Jun 3, 2014
Robert M: Excellent price, good reviews, free shipping May 27, 2014
Jørn B: I need some heat in my hands for Norwegian fall and spring, and this kit seems like a better idea than the roll-your-own solutions with just a heated film. May 25, 2014
Derek Y: had one already - the glue lifted and I re-glued it incorrectly after it set - had to cut it off!!! Hence the need for another! May 17, 2014
Dmitry M: It's cold in Russia, so I need heated grips) May 16, 2014
David C: Great price, I live where it cold by October and I want my new ride to get out of the garage later into the year. May 15, 2014
Ben M: My grip glue had come undone on my old ones. Also am curious to see how they perform this upcoming winter season May 13, 2014
donald b: I've purchased 3 sets prior to this order of 2. Very satisfied.
They work very well. Definitely keep your hands/fingers warm!
May 13, 2014
Benoit B: Its cool in Quebec, spring is not there yet... May 6, 2014
Adelino D: Great price May 4, 2014
Johnathan B: Great sale, great reviews May 3, 2014
Sandro R: Reviews online, youtube video of an install on the same bike as mine. Apr 26, 2014
Tia R: Its cold! Apr 22, 2014
Khai L: My fingers damned near froze off during a cold snap this winter, great price Apr 13, 2014
Samuel T: I love warm hands Apr 10, 2014
Gavin M: Price was unbelievable Mar 31, 2014
Carlos D: Was looking to rid myself of cold fingers! Mar 18, 2014
J E: Great price and much easier to "fit" than a pair of heated gloves! Can't wait to try them! Mar 15, 2014
JEFF B: great price , no shipping costs Mar 15, 2014
Daniel K: Have had great experience with this product on another bike Feb 24, 2014
ryan m: It's cold in Utah. That's why. Feb 3, 2014
Travis N: cold canadian spring and fall riding Feb 1, 2014
Annika E: A friend told me about his and their price on your site. Jan 27, 2014
Sam W: Did my usual research and found your price to be the best. Thank you for presenting a superior product at an unheard of price. Jan 17, 2014
A S: Price. Dec 28, 2013
Ben D: 32 Degrees is too cold to ride without some form of heat on the fingers, even with Alpinestars Tech Road gloves. Dec 3, 2013
rick f: I liked the good reviews on the product Oct 23, 2013
Samuel T: Looks cooler than the standard oxford grips Sep 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Do these grips have auto shut off? Do you wire directly to the battery? May 16, 2014
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Ben D: I have mine wired directly to the battery. There is an auto shut-off, but it doesn't leave enough power in the battery to start my '04 SV650S. It does leave enough power to operate the ECU and fuel pump, though, so bump starting is easy.

Eventually, I'll get around to routing the power through a relay operated by the corner markers so that the grips turn off when the lights turn off.
May 16, 2014
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Brian A: These are the standard original grips that do not have auto shut off… you have to manually turn them off or else they will stay on and drain your battery since they wire directly to your battery. The newer version of these grips have the auto shut off, so if you're the type of person that forgets to turn stuff off… i recommend paying extra for the auto off ones. May 16, 2014
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Zach B: I wired directly to the battery. It has terminal connectors built in. No auto shut off so you may want to wire it to something further down the chain. They take my whole batter in an hour if I space out.

Still a fantastic product and that issue is my own laziness.
May 16, 2014
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Ben B: you hook it up right to the battery. there is an auto shutoff that turns them off when the battery is almost drained but that can be too drained for your bike to start. I hooked up a relay and now I never worry about it again May 16, 2014
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Denis O: No! There is no auto shutoff! I've killed the battery several times myself. I rewired to a point downstream of the main relay. All good now. The next oxford grip up does nave auto shutoff. May 16, 2014
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Aniket D: No. They do not auto shutoff. You have to wire them to the battery directly. May 16, 2014
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A S asked: I have a 2011 KLR 650 and was not sure if the heated throttle grip was 1 piece with the tube or do I need to purchase a new tube? Presently the KLR has the grip and tube as 1 piece.
If I need another tube does RevZ sell one that will work?

Thank you.
Nov 25, 2013
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TIM V: These are just the rubber covering you slide over your existing throttle on one side and over the bare handlebar on the other. The inner diameter holes are specifically different sizes to accommodate this. Dec 3, 2013
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Dave J: Old question, new answer. Most motorcycles have grips that slide over the naked bar on the left and onto the naked twist grip on the right. Cut the old grips off carefully, clean well to remove all old glue/oil/wax/rust. Then I use a good hairspray like "White Rain" to wet the bar and slide it on in the correct position. You have a little time to adjust the alignment. The hairspray sets up like glue. Sep 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this item for a 7/8 inch handlebar? Dec 10, 2013
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Adam K: These fit my Renthal 7/8 great. Dec 12, 2013
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A S asked: Does this grip have open ends for Bark busters? Nov 23, 2013
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James Z: The end is open, so the bar end still fits and so a Barkbuster should be no problem. At worst you might have to fabricate a short spacer of the exact diameter of the handlebar to move the Barkbuster out slightly so it doesn't tighten against the throttle and keep it from moving freely. I had to do that for the bar end of a Yamaha I put these on, I used a copper plumbing pipe spacer cut down to about 1/8 inch. You could probably use PVC pipe too. Nov 24, 2013
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James L: Yes, these grips have open ends and should accommodate bark busters bar end weights. I needed to add an additional washer to my bar end on the throttle side because the grip was a little long for my ZX6R. When I first put the stock bar end weight back it was pinching the grip enough that it prevented the throttle from closing. Simply adding a single washer gave it the extra space needed for the throttle grip to operate properly. Nov 24, 2013
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TIM V: Yes, the ends are open, and you can even trim off that little flap you see if you need more room, but I do not know what "bark busters" are so cannot give a definite answer. Dec 3, 2013
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Mike W: yes, they have open ends. Nov 24, 2013
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rick f: Yes they do Nov 25, 2013
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RUDY B: It does.... Nov 25, 2013
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Thomas K: Yes... Nov 24, 2013
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Robert K: yes Nov 26, 2013
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David H: yes Nov 23, 2013
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Kim H asked: Do these grips have auto shut off? Are they direct wired to battery? Tx May 16, 2014
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Samuel T: There is a voltage limit shutoff, but it did not save my battery from going dead when I accidentally left them on. From what I understand, it is possible to tie them into the ignition circuit so they shut off with the bike. There is a controller between the grips and the battery, but yes you essentially attach leads to the battery terminal to give them power. May 16, 2014
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Paul S: Kim.
I have my heated grips installed to a fuse block that is tied into my rear tail light. This way my heated grips can only turn on with the engine running. They do not have an automatic shut off. It can be installed directly to the battery but you run the risk of draining your battery if they are left powered on when the motor is turned off.
May 16, 2014
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Kim H: Thank you Paul. That's very helpful. May 16, 2014
Robert O: Yes to both, although you can run them from an aftermarket fuse block as I did. Also, the auto shut off should not be relied on. It will not completely drain the battery, but will not leave enough juice to get a solid kick from the starter. May 16, 2014
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Adam M: There is no auto shut off. I direct wired it to the battery, but I imagine you could go through the headlight circuit or similar. I like the ability to preheat the grips with the bike turned off. May 16, 2014
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Kim H: Thanks Adam. Wiring to 2013 triumph bonneville. I'd rather have option to have it shut off with ignition. I'll have to find out how to do that. May 16, 2014
David H: Mine are wired to a hot lead from the fuse block. They don't shut off automatically, but start on low if they were left on when bike was shut off. May 16, 2014
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James C: No auto shutoff. I forgot one time and my battery died. Yes direct connection only to battery with included hardware. May 16, 2014
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Phillip C: Auto shutoff if the voltage drops to 11v. The instructions recommend direct wire to the battery. May 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have 2009 Kawasaki concourse sport tour bike. will the Oxford Heaterz Sports Heated Hand Grips product install well on this type of bike? i'm not very mechanical however with detail instruction i will have a better chance. Oct 21, 2013
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Tim D: You should do a google search to determine the diameter of your handlebars (or call a dealership and ask).

The install is actually straight forward, and the most difficult part could be with fitment of the grips (see my product review for details) due to Oxford's manufacturing tolerances.

The wiring is extremely easy and straight forward - follow the directions and you shouldnt' have a problem.

I would (prior to removing your old grips, and installing these) pre-run the cabling from your handlebars to your batter, to insure the pre-cut length is long enough for your application. On my bike, the connector cabling was almost too short and I had to run the cables about 3 times to find a route that worked.

Hope this helps..
Oct 21, 2013
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RUDY B: It depends a lot on the throttle tube. If the throttle tube is smooth it aids in the install. If not, you have to dremel it smooth. Word of advice, do not use the included glue, it dries too fast. The grips fit is tight enough without use of glue. I have personally done 3 installs. The toughest part is the grip install but if you have changed grips on any bike then it sould be okay. Another key part of the install is to make sure that the wire for the is positioned correctly prior to pushing grip on the bar (i like the wire to be on the bottom). Also, it helps a lot if you use hairspray on the inside of the grip, it helps with lubrication and eventually when it dries acts like glue...hope all this helps you...great product. Oct 23, 2013
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James Z: I don't have a Concours, but I have installed these grips on two motorcycles so far, a Yamaha FZ6 and a Suzuki GSF1250 Bandit. The Bandit was a snap - remove old grips, install new grips, then figure out where to run the wiring back to the battery (HINT: Be careful hear that the wire isn't pinched under the fuel tank or it may wear through and blow the fuses - guess how I know this? Check the wiring every time you lift or remove the fuel tank for any service, not checking one time is what got me). The FZ6 was harder, because I had to install a spacer to get the bar end weight out far enough to not be pressing against the grip and making the throttle difficult to turn and return (the grips could have been trimmed shorter, but I preferred the nice finished look of the grips over a possibly sloppy cut job). Just take your time and it isn't a hard job. Nov 13, 2013
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Robert K: Sure it will and it will work better. I've installed these on 2 friends' Connies. The instructions are easy to follow. The most difficult part is removing the plastics and lifting the tank to run the wires. You simply wire it to the battery (the module makes sure it will not drain your battery if you forget to turn it off, no worries). Then you install the grips and mount the controller to the clutch perch with the inculded longer bolts. Oct 23, 2013
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Thomas K: Yes, get the ones for the 7/8" handlebars. Might be a good idea to tap a relay into your tail light or license plate lite to switch it on instead of direct to battery. If direct to battery and left on, might drain the batter once the bike is shut off. Plenty of info on wiring the relay on line. In my experience the hardest part was sanding the handlebars so the grips slide on. Oct 30, 2013
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David H: I just installed them on my 1988 Goldwing GL1500. They are very easy to install. The whole job took 30 minutes. Just make sure your handlebar size is correct. Have been using these grips for about a month and love them so far. Oct 21, 2013
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