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Powerlet Rapidfire Heated Glove Liner Kit

Powerlet's RapidFIRe Heated Glove Liner Kit is the surefire solution for cold hands. A complete package with everything you need to hook up to your vehicle, Glove Liners, 5 Position Digital Controller with glove leads, and Powerlet Lanyard.

Stay Warm While Riding

Designed for commuting, touring and extending your riding season, Powerlet heated gloves will provide years of pleasure. Style, comfort, protection, and warmth. Perfect.

Performance Guarantee

Every heated glove goes through our multi-point inspection process before earning the privilege of carrying the Powerlet name. We inspect internal wiring, connectors, bench meter amperage and resistance testing before labeling and packaging our gloves. Details matter; we believe in delivering you the highest quality product for your hard-earned money.

Low Power Alternative

Perfect for all motorcycles, even those without much excess electrical capacity to power appliances. Glove liners are rated at 36 watts per pair. Stay warm and stay safe while minimizing your electrical consumption.

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Powerlet rapidFIRe Heated Glove Liner Kit 4.3 5 73 73
Saved From Frostbite I am a daily commuter and needed something to keep my fingers warm through the winter. It does not snow or Ice where i live so I can ride year round, but it does get cold and my fingers would feel like I had vice grips clamped on the ends by the time I would get to work, which is 40 minute commute. If you have ridden in freezing temps for that long without the right gear, 40 minutes is torture. I could not find a pair of winter gloves that would save me from this pain, so I i researched heated gloves and glove liners. I went with these liners and have not regretted it one bit. they have kept my hands very comfortable even in 30 degree weather. The temperature control is simple and works 5 different settings make a big difference. I typically keep them in the middle setting of 3. The only downside is there is a hot spot on the back of the hand if you crank them to 5. Other than that the warmth is evenly distributed throughout these liners. They fit nicely under all my different gloves. however, these would not fit well under gloves that are already tight. If you are looking for more warmth on your hands, I highly recommend you consider these. April 27, 2014
These WORK Was skeptical since there were a few reviews saying that these were cheap and didnt work. They work great! I tend to run them on level 3. 4 and 5 do seem to get rather warm. Took it upon myself to sew in a thin patch of cloth inside to keep it from burning the top of my hands on the higher levels. Keeps your fingers nice and toasty. April 14, 2014
like em Heat up very quickly, somewhat cumbersome with the wiring but not a bother. Hope to get jacket to plug gloves into, only gripe is weather cap for the plug harness is useless, gloves are great. April 3, 2014
Excellent for low temps. As a distance/Ironbutt rider on a sport bike, I always have temps and fatigue points in mind. Sport bikes are not touring bikes, so one must be as comfortable as possible. I picked these liners up as soon as the Michigan roads were cleared of snow. The installation was easy and fast. Got everything I needed right out of the box. Paired with my Joe Rocket Nitrogen gloves, I took these liners out on an 8 degree (Fahrenheit) night, and felt fine for the whole ride. Tacked on another 200 miles in temps ranging from 0 to 40, using them the entire time. Now, the breakdown: Fit charts are accurate for this liner. There is a bunched-up feeling at the thumb and pinky tips, but that also wears down and gets pliable. The heat distribution is great and keeps the overall hand warm, despite heating primarily on the back of the hand. The liners heat up quickly and stay warm. Watch out for too much heat, though. The Velcro wrist straps have a lot of surface area and hold well. The lanyard works well and keeps the important bits inside your jacket, but you'll want to mind the controller and where you leave it hanging while riding. If it gets caught between your abdomen or legs and the gas tank, it can inadvertently be turned up, down or off. You'll know it when you feel it. I recommend finding your comfort level at a stop so you don't get distracted with riding and fiddling with the temp setting. Controls are push-button, simple and functional, and can be used with thick gloves with a little patience. The red digital display is clear and bright for a quick glance, and there are five temp settings from H1 (cool) to H5 (hot). If you get off and on your bike often, get used to the routine of plugging and unplugging, and getting everything situated. This happens more with commuter-style trips than with distance rides, where these liners really shine. I'll be taking them on an Ironbutt to Gulf Shore, AL tomorrow. Temps will range from 14 to 70, and there will be rain and freezing rain. With these liners, I'm not worried. Cheers. March 26, 2014
Burned back of hand, still left fingers cold. Bought these with high hopes because on a student budget I didn't want to drop $200+ on full featured heated gloves. Installation was a breeze, I love how they are set up with the controller. I enjoy faffing around with electronics so routing the wiring was fun and easy for me. The liners themselves are thick enough that you will want to use these with gloves that are a size larger than you might normally wear. Pulling the gloves off, the material is very floppy and stretchy, and both liners made ripping sounds coming off. Unsettling. Finally time to test them out. Just using them at home in the garage, the back of the hand heats up very quickly and is dramatically disproportionately hot compared to the fingers. To the point I couldn't always tell if the fingers were even heated at all. On the road, I first tried setting 3 (medium). Even in our mild (almost nonexistent) California winter, I almost couldn't feel the warmth at all in the fingers. So with cold fingers I decided to try setting 4 out of 5. This setting still left my fingers a little chilly but burned the backs of my hands so badly it left welts in the shape of the heating element. Needless to say I didn't bother trying setting 5. I am not confident with these to even use them unless it is deathly cold. Most times I'd rather just suffer instead of burning the back of my hands just to get an insignificant amount of warmth to my fingers. Disappointing. March 18, 2014
Good product for the money I have ridden for years without any heated gloves and the weather here in Ohio can be brutal. This is some of the best money I have ever spent. The glove liners have made a huge improvement in my comfort. I can ride now in the 20's with relative comfort. March 17, 2014
Worth while hassle It takes some planning to get your helmet on then run the wires through your jacket sleeves, connect the liners, connect to the bike power, turn on the controller, zip up your jacket, pull on the liners and then your leather gloves over the top of them. Then if you need to stop at a gas station, its the same all over. BUT, the trade off is nice warm hands and fingers. They really work well and are well worth the effort to put them on. A good product for the price. Will see how long they hold up. March 17, 2014
Well worth the price Nice gloves. Be sure to buy one size smaller though. I really should have got the small/medium gloves, but I'm not going to return them. They work great. I would have liked to see more heat to my index fingers. When my fingers are toasty, the back of my hand gets a little too warm, but hey, way better than just gloves. March 17, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
bob b: Again checked all other reviews and equipment available. Again asked Revzilla for their advice and it was no problem for them to advise me. ps I did request advice on other equipment that they do sell and they high lighted the differences between my other choices. Very happy with there advice. Now just the wait. Jul 18, 2014
Kenneth D: ...gets cold in the Pacific Northwest.
And the price was affordable.
Also, it's an all-in-one kit, no need to buy expensive (required) other parts.
Jul 8, 2014
Carlos F: Absolutely one of the best purchases I've made. This allowed me to ride in very cold conditions (near zero Fahrenheit temperatures). I was also very lucky to get this at a great discount too. May 7, 2014
John G: Great glove liners but take the other posters warnings that these things can get hot enough to burn you. After you get burned once you know what level to not go past (3 for me). From November to March these are always in my gear bag on my bike or on my hands. Essential equipment. Apr 17, 2014
Michael D: to match, I only wish they also made pant liners, and boot liners or heated socks as well?! Apr 3, 2014
Roger L: Cold Weather Riding Mar 29, 2014
James M: good reviews Feb 27, 2014
Dani M: Riding with cold hands sucks! Looking forward to hand control ability during those 20-30degree temp rides to work. Work to ride. Ride to live. Live to ride Whoohoo! Feb 16, 2014
Todd M: thorough informative youtube video, price, simplicity Jan 6, 2014
Alain L: Seems more convenient and flexible than heated gloves to me Dec 20, 2013
RONNI Q: Good reviews on product Dec 13, 2013
michael a: i looked at all the available options in a heated glove liner, and this was the best deal i could find. Dec 9, 2013
David O: I like the idea of the infra red heating. Dec 7, 2013
Patrick W: The video presentation is very good. Nov 30, 2013
James B: great prices, disssatisfied with Gerbing. Nov 21, 2013
Unice C B: I picked this liner kit mainly because of the price and the fact that I am uncertain if a liner will really help me,
I may have to get electric gloves so I didn't want to spend to much money.
Nov 18, 2013
Anthony B: The price point, even considering the windproof gloves you have to purchase alongside this, were just too attractive when compared to Gerbing, etc. Nov 13, 2013
Patrick F: My hands were freakin' cold! Great vid, excellent customer reviews. Oct 31, 2013
Nicholas M: Friend of mine told me about them i went on line and read the reviews thought i would try them. Oct 30, 2013
William G M: Video Oct 30, 2013
Jean G: gift for a friend Oct 27, 2013
G E: I'm usually fairly warm riding during the winter months and bundle up like that kid from Christmas Story. I only get out a few hours at a time but at least I'm getting out. Was searching for heated grips and that was turning into an ordeal. Heard of Rapid Fire before and these gloves are probably my best solution when the hands start getting cold. Really love that they can be worn all on their own and I may order the jacket at some point too. Now, when are they making socks ?? Oct 21, 2013
Cal N: From the other customer comments. And the price. Oct 15, 2013
charles j: Keep hands warm in winter ride Sep 11, 2013
andres gabriel f: porque dicen que es muy bueno para usar en la moto Sep 8, 2013
A shopper asked: I have a 2008 HD Sportster. Does the Powerlet rapidFIRe Heated Glove Liner Kit plug into my Battery Tender outlet? Mar 12, 2013
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Matthew1020: the kit that comes with the liners plugs directly into your 12v battery supper quick set up. Apr 18, 2013
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Rich08: No it doesn't, it comes with it's own style plug. I just attached to the battery along with the Battery Tender cable. Apr 22, 2013
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RevZilla: Most modern heated clothing uses standard COAX connectors between battery harnesses, garments, and controllers. Your battery tender most likely uses an SAE connector between the battery harness and the charger itself. As long as your existing battery harness is rated for 15 amps, you can purchase a SAE to Female COAX adapter. If your harness is not rated for 15 amps, you should use the Powerlet battery harness, and purchase a Male COAX to SAE adapter. Mar 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will these Powerlet glove liners work with a Gerbing controller? Oct 28, 2013
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Darryl H: I own both Gerbing and Powerlet heated clothing. The Gerbing controller will work with the Powerlet liners. Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do you have to use this with a heated jacket, or can it be used stand alone? Dec 8, 2013
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Bryan S: You can use them by themselves. You do not need the jacket. But you will have to run the Y connector wires up your arms in your jacket you are using. That is the only heated gear I use and love them. Coldest I've ridden is 28 degrees but they worked great! Hope this helped... Dec 8, 2013
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ALBERT D: I use it alone. You have to install the wiring harness wires to your battery and the controller wires plug into it. Gloves plug into the controller harness. Works quite well, almost instant heat. Seldom use greater than 2. You need roomy gloves for the liners. Dec 8, 2013
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Rey D: As long as you have the KIT you will be able to connect to a power source and to control the heat setting. I have used these in "Revit!" Winter gloves at level 2.! 3 could get a bit toasty! Enjoy these quality gloves. Your hands will thank you. Dec 8, 2013
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Vu N: It is used stand alone. The heated jacket would already have the wires so you just plug the gloves directly into the jacket. I use this kit with a non-heated jacket. Dec 8, 2013
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Tony A: You can use only the gloves, which is how I use them. Used them last year and worked very well. Only used for 1 year, so time will tell as to the quality. Dec 19, 2013
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Nicholas B: Stand alone. Everything in the kit is all you need to use the gloves. If you get other rapidFIRe products, they can just plug right in accordingly. Dec 11, 2013
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A s: It can be stand alone. That is how I use mine. Dec 8, 2013
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Ayinde R: Yes, you can use it as a stand alone. Dec 8, 2013
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Steve E: It can be used without the jacket. Dec 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can this glove be used with an insulated glove, REV IT Bastion, or should it be used with an uninsulated glove? Jan 18, 2012
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Jetcity5: I use it with a winter, insultated waterproof glove. A really low setting 2-3 out of 10 works great.... toasty warm hands in a cold rain at freeway speeds. You can use these liners with pretty much any glove. Dec 13, 2012
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BitWing: You could use this with an insulated glove however, I don't think it's really needed. I wear these with non insulated summer gloves for riding and there's no problem with hands being cold at all! Feb 18, 2013
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Impudence: I don't think it matters. You would probably just use a lower setting with an insulated glove. I use it with a gore windstopper glove that is otherwise uninsulated and have no problems. Feb 25, 2013
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PaulDL650: I use these liners with a very thickly insulated pair of leather gloves. I feel that I can comfortably ride well into the low 20's or probably mid-to-high teens. Jan 27, 2012
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skiman: I am going with uninsulated to start with-- if the weather gets really cold maybe an insulated glove.
I just ordered an OR thin shell--
Sep 17, 2012
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Chris K: This can be used with any glove, but works best with those that have a windblocking layer. In that regard, the Bastion would be fine. Jan 24, 2012
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Oldwingrider: Yes, however you need to get a larger glove so you have room to move around. These liners really
work!!!
Nov 28, 2012
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GrayRider: Use it with any regular glove insulated or not. I often wear winter snowmobile gloves over the liners. Feb 18, 2013
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BRIAN J asked: Will these Powerlet glove liners work with a Grebing controller? Oct 28, 2013
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James J: Can't say for sure, but I can't see why not. All heated gear seems to use 5.5mm x 2.5mm coaxial plugs. The powerlet gloves draw 22watts which should not overwhelm the controller. Oct 28, 2013
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Art J: The Powerlets come with their own controller. These glove liners really work, no more cold hands!!! Oct 29, 2013
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David A: I'm not sure. I use the Powerlet one. Oct 29, 2013
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Kenneth w: don't know Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am an older guy and cold hurts my hands now. When I get into a car, it takes a long time for everything to warm up and finally get my hands comfortable. Will this work as stated above and how fast does it warm up?
This is probably silly for all the motorcycle riders out there, but not for me.
Thank you.
Dec 27, 2012
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AustinNYC: Believe it or not, I thought about the same thing. I do a lot of snowboarding/outdoor work, and this would be a great way to warm my hands up quickly.

Both cars and motorcycles (anything post 1950s I believe) run on 12 Volt DC. So, yes, they would work. The only issue is whether the company makes a harness to plug into a cigarette lighter. Even if they don't, anyone with the slightest handy background could put one together using a cigarette lighter adapter and the wiring kit it comes equipped with. I'll be doing this soon to use as driving gloves. I'm going to splice the wiring harness into a plug and wire I have off of an old broken 12 volt air compressor.

As for warmup time? I'd say you feel heat within 6 seconds. They do not take a considerable time at all to warm up.
Dec 31, 2012
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GrayRider: It would void the warranty according to what I read in the manual but I don't see why it wouldn't work as long as the circuit supplied enough amperage at 12-14 volts. The kit has a simple harness to connect to the battery. Feb 18, 2013
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Impudence: These warm up incredibly fast. I would say that from completely cold to completely warm takes about 10 seconds. That said I'm not sure exactly how these would plug into a cigarette lighter. Feb 25, 2013
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BitWing: Yes these would work fine in your car. however the wires would probably get in your way. They warm up pretty fast ...no problems there! Feb 18, 2013
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Acer K asked: I'm thinking about heated glove options now that I'm commuting year-round. These liners seem like a good choice but I am curious about two things. First, do these liners include heating elements in the fingers? Second, how thick are the liners? I wear gloves that fit me fairly well, i.e. not a lot of wiggle room. Will I need to get new gloves to fit the liners inside? Should I just get heated gloves in the first place? Thanks guys, my hands are freezing! Dec 9, 2013
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Alan C: I've had mine since February. The liners are fairly thin for what they do...maybe like a nylon sweat pant. And the wiring is pretty subtle. I wear mine with the same Icon waterproof gloves that I wear in rain and cooler weather. My hands feel a little restricted but it hasn't stretched out my gloves any that I can tell. I debated on heated gloves, grips, and these but I'm happy with my choice. They work great. I have never turned mine above 3 (out of 5), even into the 20's. No hot spots. They heat really evenly. Dec 9, 2013
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Francesco I: Go for heated gloves. These liners do heat the fingers and they aren't too thick, but if you have a snug fitting pair of gloves, you will end up needing to buy a bigger pair of gloves to use with them anyway. Just find a quality pair of heated gloves and you'll be happier. They will also be less of a hassle to put on than these liners plus gloves. Dec 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these the correct glove liners to use with the Powerlet rapidFIRe Jacket Liner With Dual Wireless Controller Package I just bought? If so, do the liners just plug into the two connectors already included on the sleeves on the jacket/liner? And if so, would I just disregard everything else in the package other than the gloves (Ii.e., wires/cables included in the package)? Oct 16, 2013
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Rob M: Yes, the Jacket liner has built in plugs for the gloves in the sleeves. IIRC the power supply to the Jacket is color coded for proper connection so one wireless channel will control the gloves and the other the jacket.. The included controller/power supply would only be used if you are using the glove liners without the jacket. Oct 16, 2013
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Siamak. D: YEs, That is exactly how liner gloves can be used with the liner jacket, single controller that comes with liner gloves is extra and not used.

Cheers, Siamak from Canada
Oct 17, 2013
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Powerlet Glove Liner Sizing

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
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