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Oxford Hot Hands Heated Hand Overgrips


  • Easy-to-fit in Winter and easy-to-remove in Summer
  • Attaches over existing grips with VELCRO® brand closures closure
  • All necessary fittings are included
  • On/Off switch with LED warning light
  • Very low battery drain

Note: Recommended for use with winter-weight gloves only, Overgrips get very hot!

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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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Easy Install Easy to install product and puts out a lot of heat. I like the fact that they are removable in the summer. Only complaints are the switch seems cheap, too much extra wire to hide, and there is no medium heat setting (pretty much hot or off) March 16, 2015
Really Hot These were really easy to install with plenty of wiring for my 05 GSXR600 and they get very hot. Even with Winter gloves and a freeze out liner inside I have to take my hands off every once in a while so they don't burn. They make a huge difference when it's cold outside. February 2, 2015
Exactly as advertised This product had a very easy install (and I'm a newbie with no experience - if I can do it, anyone can!). The grips get very hot, but that's the whole point. Yes, of course it would be better to have a temperature control, but that would add to the price. The Velcro stays in place on the grips and makes it only slightly larger in diameter - I'm a female w/ small hands and it only took me a couple of rides to get used to it. For me, the only downside is the appearance of having the wire on the exterior of the bike. But, it's better than freezing my hands off! I wouldn't recommend these as a permanent fixture because of the appearance, but they are absolutely the way to go if you only need them for a few months (thank you So Cal!). February 2, 2015
Just as advertised I love these things. They are easy to install and get hot, hot, hot. I really like the idea that they are so easy to remove because I didn't want permanent ones. Revzilla had them to me 48 hours after I ordered them November 24, 2014
Very nice for cold hands. I'm in Texas and ride year round, commuting to work - 30 mile round trip. I got these a week ago, so I've used them every day for a week. Temps were (F#- 49, 42, 34, 33, 29. #cold front came in# First day they were Way to hot, #not cold enough out), had to turn them off on the way. I really noticed the bulk it added to my grips, BUT I have small hands AND they did squeeze down some as the week went on, so.... not that bad. 2nd day a little better because it was a little cooler. On Wed I really needed them. They would get too hot in my palms and I would turn them down and turn them back on. the colder it got the less I turned them off and on. On the 29 degree day I didn't turn them off, just lifted my hand for a second to cool my palm. All and all I really like them because they work and I can remove them every spring. November 14, 2014
Oxford Hot Hands Overgrips Bought these grips as an alternative to permanently installing heated grips. They can be installed and removed in minutes and are very hot. My fingers used to go completely numb on early spring rides when the temps were below 40F. I have been out riding now in the mid 20's and my hands and fingers have stayed toasty warm. If I am in slow moving traffic I have to turn them off because my hands start to get too hot. Great product. March 26, 2014
Great Stuff Great Product, would buy again, Its good for people that want to keep Factory Grips. Works great for Honda Shadow VT750C2 2007 Spirit Fingers get cold though ,but palm stays toasty. December 23, 2013
very warm! These were pretty easy to install, even for a mechanically challenged person. They warm up quickly, and cool down very quickly. You only want to use these with winter weight gloves, otherwise you'll probably burn yourself. they were a little too warm through my middleweight olympia gloves. if you are only going to do it once, you might be better off with the replacement grips. if you hop bikes all the time, or sell frequently, these are great. They do fatten up the grips a bit and it can be annoying, but you get used to it compared to having frozen hands. November 4, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mickey B: Wanted something to keep my hands warm on the palms. These work great - actually get too hot to hold continuously. Easy to install and remove. I have Kuryakyn IsoGrips (which are great also) and didn't want to swap those out for heated grips. This was the next best option. Will add a thermostat switch for next winter. Mar 25, 2015
Robert A: quick install for winter and summer is a breeze to un-install Mar 17, 2015
Francisco S: To keep my hands and fingers warm. But it gets too damn hot, it's too bulky, and doesn't do much to keep my fingers warm.

But remember, that's just my experience. Everybody is different...
Jan 4, 2015
robert b: Don't want permanent heated grips. Heated gloves are bulky, pricey, and not touch screen compatible. Oct 23, 2014
Terry F: I used this on a bike before, works great easy to install. Aug 20, 2014
Richard S: For its versatility Jan 26, 2014
clark s: warm hands for winter dirt bike riding. Nov 24, 2013
Mohammad L: based on another friend who is a motorcycle rider's suggestion and demistration. I currently have a heater strip that goes under plastic grip covering, this is not nearly as effective as HotHands (length of time to worm up and the amount of heat out put). Oct 10, 2013
A shopper asked: how many watts are these? Nov 6, 2014
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Edgar M: Power per side approximately 12 watts, 24 watt combined. The resistance per side is approx. 13.2 ohms. Pwr= 12 volt (squared)/13.2 ohms= 11.8 watts, per side.
This is my second year of use. Last year I used them on my NC700X (naked bike) down to the teens. I drive approx. 22 minutes each way, to/from work and, at 9 degrees my fingertips could not survive. I ride 50% at 45 MPH, the rest of the trip is between 55 and 70. I am using the best Tourmaster non-heated gloves with an additional small /thin glove liner to help hold the heat.

This year I installed the "Trekker" model handguard and taped over the few small airholes. Could not believe the difference in the heat retention now that the wind is not directly on the front of my glove. I have already driven in 13 degree weather with a 30MPH headwind. No problem for my daily trip.

Contacted the manufacturer regarding cutting the power and handgraip wiring shorter. They said it is fine, just be sure to maintain 3A fusing. Every thing is now velcro'd or velcro-wrapped (wiring) to the bar and can be removed in two minutes.
Highly recommend if you do not want to invest in the 'undergrip" heating
Nov 21, 2014
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Scott M: Sorry I don't know of hand since I did not kero the box, but I do know that they don't pull allot of power as a matter of fact when you switch them on you never see lights flicker or dim, but they hey so hot youll need gloves on to hold them. Everyone I ride with are very impressed with these and how something so hot pulls so little power Nov 21, 2014
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tom b: On the box it says 'Under 3A'. I just used them for the first time and they are great. Nov 20, 2014
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Jeffrey M: 15.6 watts (18.5 watts max) Nov 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are these waterproof? Sep 28, 2013
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Ken G: Probably "water resistant". I really haven't been in rain yet so have no 1st hand experience W/them. They do have a pretty tight seal around the H'bars, controls & cables W/the Velcro fasteners so should B pretty "water proof". FWIW I had a set back in '73 & they didn't have anywhere near the nice clean closure these have (no Velcro back then) & that set was H2O proof. More when I get wet! Sep 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can these be wired so that there are separate switches and wires? I want to have one on each hand with its own grip and switch. Nov 26, 2014
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stephen p: According to the manufacturer NO, as that would void the warranty. But as far as being able to "do it" that depends on if you know how to(which isn't hard), and if you don't mind voiding the warranty. Nov 26, 2014
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Matthew S: I mean if your confident splicing on a set of 70$ Hand Warmers sure. But you need to cut and spice it yourself. What would be the reason for seperate grips? Nov 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can a variable heat switch be installed? How and what kind?
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Oct 9, 2014
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Kim T: I think you are wondering about a continuously variable switch, to which I will say I don't know. However, these come with a variable switch already: 0ff / 30% / 40% / 50% / 75% / 100%. So far, this variation has worked for me all the way down to about 36 degrees. Oct 18, 2014
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Cameron M: You're saying this model of Hot Hands comes with a variable switch right now? The description lists only an on/off switch is included. Oct 23, 2014
Kim T: Sorry, I was replying to questions regarding the "Premium" and somehow this got mixed in... I don't own this version so I cannot answer. Oct 24, 2014
Edgar M: My one year old model (DM-OF694)has a single on/off toggle, Voltage to heated grips is not electronically adjusted or modulated . I did not know they had a multi selectable switch. It is purely resistive, drawing 24 watts combined (12 watts per side, with each side resistance at approx. 13.2 ohms). I would assume you could insert a variable potentiomer or switch selectable resistance into the circuit providing, you ensure your inserted resistance can handle the power. I would also assume that you would not want to insert more than a couple ohms (2 or 3 ohms max) of resistance Nov 21, 2014
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Michael C asked: Is it a simple full ON/OFF switch or are there variable preset levels? Nov 29, 2014
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Michael M: I got the new smart grips, 5 heat levels, plus a timer so you can't forget to turn them off and kill your battery. Pretty sweet, I ride to work if it's not wet or snowy, and they keep my hands warm.
I also have barkbusters, s7 I think, AND Hippohands, so my digits ain't frigid!!
Jan 18, 2015
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