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Powerlet RapidFIRe Heated Glove Liner - No Temperature Controller

A temperature controller (not an on/off switch) is REQUIRED (and sold separately) for these glove liners. The liners have the potential to get hot enough to cause burns if they are used without a temperature controller.

With over 18 watts of heat in each glove, cold hands are a thing of the past. Using Far Infrared technology, these ultra thin liners provide pleasing penetrating heat around the fingers as well as over the back of the hand. Must be used with a controller.

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 4.4 5 23 23
Great inner liner! Works great. I have Gerbings T5 gloves but these liners are great to carry in a coat pocket and use as needed with my regular gloves... April 14, 2014
Great heated liners Gloves are great. Fit is spot on. Haven't had a change to power them up yet but I'm sure they'll fine. Zilla is great company to do business with and I'll be back! April 7, 2014
Glove liners work great with my Harley heated jacket liner and controller. These glove liners work great and interface perfectly with my HD heated jacket liner and dual controller. I would recommend using gloves that are one size larger to accommodate the thickness of the liners. March 31, 2014
A REALLY good heated glove liner! Moving up to the Powerlet gear from older Gerbings I am BLOWN AWAY with the improvements. This stuff flat out works! I find myself riding around on days that I would never have considered before. And, isn't that why we buy heated gear anyway? To extend our riding seasons and be able to enjoy more two-wheeling when others are parking their bikes? These liners fit nicely under several pairs of my existing gloves but I can imagine that with certain, very close fitting, gauntlet/sport-style gloves there could be a fitment issue. They plug right in to the Powerlet jacket liner I also bough and with the dual controller I am riding around on bitterly cold days in toasty warm comfort. Seriously, you don't even need to dial these up past 1/2 way on the controller to battle even the coldest weather. A great purchase. Wish I would have bought them sooner! March 3, 2014
Work very well for me These Powerlet glove liners ( along with a Powerlet jacket liner ) were my first heated gear purchase. Thankfully my "quest for warm winter gloves" is now over after the purchase of many, many pairs over the years! The Powerlet liners I have fit my hands perfectly snug as a liner should, but not tight as to be uncomfortable. I wondered what glove to wear them in and knew I wanted waterproof for when that situation arose. I wear these under a pair of Firstgear Master gloves with the following results: Waterproof and uninsulated, the Firstgear Master gloves are thin enough to allow very good feel of the controls; adding the liners does little to alter this. Excellent warmth with this combo! I can be tooling along at hiway speeds in 20 degree f weather, stick my hand in the air, and be perfectly warm. I haven't had wet and cold yet, just cold. Have had these for more than a year now and they are holding up well. I went on to purchase heated socks and a pants liner because of the glove and jacket liner purchase. I have ridden in near perfect comfort in the cold for trips of fifteen minutes or two hours. A longer trip would be just as comfortable. January 28, 2014
Very warm! These are extremely warm. They would be way to hot without a control unit. However I already had one so it wasn't any issue. They do fit pretty big. I am a fairly solid men's large/ women's XL and I got the L/XL and it's rather big on my hand. I did however keep the size because I was worried about the smaller size and my nails wearing a home in the end fast In summary I can't see ever finding riding weather too cold for these gloves I've never had them up over half way on January 20, 2014
bummer I was really looking forward to warm hands on this weekend's ride. I spent maybe a half hour getting everything hooked up, as I have to take the battery out and then replace it.Got 'er done,fired up the bike and plugged in the lead..NOTHING...No lights on the controller ever came on. Either the controller just doesn't work, or the lead from the battery is bad. I will say the liners by themselves helped a little,but that's not what i bought or paid for. Silk glove liners are as effective as that. So come Monday morning back they go. If i get a replacement, I'll re-review them then. December 22, 2013
better off with heated glove I used along with the matching jacket liner, the jacket was great, but the glove liner was disappointing: 1) it does change how your outer glove feels, and now you are dealing with 2 gloves instead of one when you get on and off the bike. 2) more importantly I couldn't get comfortable with the heat, at low you are cold, and at medium to high you start feeling a burning sensation instead of comfortable warmth. May be this is because it is directly over your skin, while the jacket I am wearing over a base layer. December 16, 2013
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Powerlet RapidFIRe Heated Glove Liners w/out Temp Controller
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Andy H: Recommended by a friend Apr 14, 2014
A S: Gerbing gloves had an intermittent open on the right glove up graded to a liner so I could wear any of my gloves. Mar 21, 2014
Eric E: Closeout special. Mar 6, 2014
Dennis R: To accompany the RapidFIRe jacket I just purchased. Did not make sense to buy the jacket and not the gloves, even though my bike has heated grips, back of the hands still get cold with the Kevlar gloves. Mar 4, 2014
Bruce E: I just purchaesd the Jacket liner with wireless dual controllers and it just made sense to have the heated glove liners to go along with it. Mar 4, 2014
Dianne D: Even with heated grips, my hands still get cold. I figured since I was already getting the heated jacket with the dual controller, I might as well get the glove liners and see if it helps with the cold fingers. It might extend my riding temperatures a bit more. Mar 1, 2014
James P: Girlfriend get cold hands. Man make hands not cold. Man bring fire to hands! Though this time man not use literal fire. Literal fire on woman hands bad.

Man not make that mistake again.
Feb 27, 2014
George W: Although heated grips warm the palms, it would be nice to warm the entire hand. Warm hands are not only more comfortable, but also safer when a need arises to brake - RIGHT NOW! Feb 26, 2014
Joshua H: The Far Infrared sounds significantly more effective and pleasant than the standard technology. Feb 11, 2014
O S: I have the jacket liner and the sizing is right and it heats up quickley and evenly. The technology and fit is spot on. Just makes since that the gloves well match up as well. If not I'll chime in and let you know. Jan 30, 2014
FREDERICK K: My son Jerry Kirschenman put this item on his Xmas list. Dec 2, 2013
Christopher R: I liked the idea of a thinner liner. Dec 2, 2013
Zbigniew S: Did a lot of research on heated gear and this one seemed to be the best. Also, 20% off for Black Friday sale helped as well. Nov 30, 2013
A shopper asked: Works with other heated clothing manufacturers heated jacket liners. With all other manufacturers or only certain ones, or will this work with only the ones you have on your site??? Nov 3, 2011
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OldManRick: Most heated clothing uses coax connectors, as do these glove liners from Powerlet, as does First Gear.

So - yes, you should be able to plug the glove connectors on your First Gear liner directly into your Powerlet glove liners.

That said - until proven to work, don't order beer.
Nov 4, 2011
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Richard F: While at the IMS in NY last January I asked the people at the Powerlet booth if their glove liners would work with my First Gear Warm and Safe products and they told me 100% yes. I plan on ordering these. Oct 3, 2012
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Jazzzzz: These should work with any liner/controller that uses a coaxial connector (FirstGear, Warm and Safe, Gerbings). Nov 23, 2011
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Waxrash: I have gerbings, powerlet and firstgear heated components. All use the same connectors. Jan 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you please provide a size chart for this item? Sep 30, 2011
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OldManRick: Here is one:

http://www.powerlet.com/sizingChart
Nov 4, 2011
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Chris K: Size chart added - thanks for the heads up! Sep 30, 2011
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A shopper asked: I have the Gerbing liners, but they're a bit too bulky to wear under the gloves I'd like to use them with. Are these any thinner? Apr 23, 2013
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RevZilla: Powerlet and Gerbings glove liners have similar thickness and the difference is not very noticeable. May 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: The description is confusing.

The initial description indicates 14 Watts per Glove then later on it says that ProForm gloves are rated at 24 Watts per pair and is engineered to match ProForm liners and vests.

What is ProForm? Is that an old model replaced with RapidFIRe?

Are these 24 Watt ProForm gloves or 28 Watt RapidFIRe gloves?

Thanks
Oct 25, 2012
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SloLrnr: Thanks to the good guys at RevZilla for going back to PowerLet and clarifying the wording (as it was the same confusing verbiage on Powerlet's site). They even contacted me via email and phone to clarify it .. now that's service !!.

These are actually 36 Watts per pair (18 Watts per glove).

ProForm is the name that PowerLet gives to the stretchy material used for these gloves.
Oct 31, 2012
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A shopper asked: I need medium size liners and the same "liners kit" is currently out of stock. Does "Powerlet 5 Position Digital Glove and Sock Temperature Controller" go with these liners? If it does, then do I need to purchase anything else with these liners and "Powerlet 5 Position Digital Glove and Sock Temperature Controller". Dec 18, 2011
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Chris K: Yes, that is the same type that is used in the kit. The only thing you would need extra is the y-harness.

I've linked these items for you below:
Dec 19, 2011
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A shopper asked: Do you only sell a kit for one of the heated glove liners? Why not the other? Does the one without the kit come with the cord that goes down your sleeves? Dec 9, 2011
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OldManRick: I will assume you are referring to the two Powerlet rapidFIRe Heated Glove Liner products. If you are actually referring to heated glove liners of a different brand (Gerbings, Firstgear, Tour Master, Mobile Warming) what follows will still be accurate, but incomplete.

You can either buy the Powerlet gloves by themselves, with no additional wires, or buy an entire kit. The kit has exactly the same gloves, plus wires that connect the gloves to a controller, a controller, a battery harness, and a lanyard to wear around your neck. The kit is everything you need for warm hands (excluding a motorcycle).

So -

The gloves are exactly the same, and heat the same.

The one that is not a kit, does not come with cords that go down your sleeves. This is a separte item, search for Powerlet Heated Glove Y Cable ($14.95)
Dec 10, 2011
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Powerlet Glove Liner Sizing

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

Click here to see the full Powerlet Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / LG/XL 784179 PHG-410-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / SM/MD 784180 PHG-410-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XS 784181 PHG-410-XS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 784182 PHG-410-XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours