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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 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
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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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
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
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