Firstgear Dual Portable Heat Troller
Does the Job
Works as advertised. Portable design gives you plenty of options. I use the belt clip pouch to attach it to my jacket.
February 10, 2014
Installed on all 3 bikes and works great. One of the bike been using it for 3 years and still working without any problems.
Installed on all 3 bikes and works great. One of the bikes been using it for 3 years and still working without any problems. The new ones are little nicer as it is color coded so know which cable you are pluging into gloves for jacket.
January 22, 2014
Well made product
I never used heated gear so I am no familiar with other brands. That being said I just want to say that the item is well made and serves me well what was I thinking not having heated gear? Controlling the exact temperature is the best thing about it and this one gives you two controllers in one.
December 30, 2013
Bought the dual controller so I could create separate temps for my pant and socks vs jacket and gloves. Did not like the idea of mounting the controller on my cruiser, so I put it in my jacket pocket. Worked just fine.
December 8, 2013
This heat troller works as expected.
This one replaces an older one that lasted over three years. The color coded wires are an improvement. It just works, not much else to say. I would recommend this product.
May 27, 2013
First Gear Dual Portable Heat Troller
Great product if you plan on heating more than one item. Much better to be able control gloves and liner at different temps. Can't always tell which direction is high as it's not marked is the only negative I have to say.
March 26, 2013
Temporary mount is best in my opinion.
I'm 5.10, 165lbs, wear 32x32 jeans and 41" chest. I bought the jacket, pants, gloves and socks with a duel semi mount heat troller. Jacket is a size Med and I wear it over a tea shirt and under my riding jacket. Fits perfect and is light weight. Not bulky at all as the picture suggests. Pants are a size Med/Lrg. I wear them under my jeans and riding pants. The pants are not bulky either. The socks are a size Lrg. I'm a size 10 boot, and I wear them over regular cotton socks. For the best performance, you want to keep the jacket and pants close to your skin. I have tried wearing the pants over the jeans, but under my riding pants with decreased heat performance. The gloves are a size large and fit well. They seem to be water proof thus far. The jacket, pants and socks heat very well at temps down to 15deg when worn under normal riding gear. The gloves are good down to about 25deg, then fingers start to get numb. The gloves don't seem to be as good at heating as the rest of the gear, but they are quality made. I have tried every hookup combination. But hooking the jacket, pants and socks on one side of the troller, and then hooking the gloves to the other side works the best in my opinion. You can turn the gloves all the way up, and the other components heat so similar that they work well together on about a med, to med high setting. The heat troller is quality and well maid. It has flashing LEDs that are red and yellow, and flash at different rates depending on the setting. Slow flash/low, fast flash/high. All and all I am very satisfied. Quality gear and great service.
March 16, 2013
Seems heavy duty. Not a plastic piece of junk. I like that it's waterproof and small enough to pocket or hide in a tank bag pocket. I placed mine on top of my Wunderlich elephant bag and secured with the cable straps.
I must add that it would not work with my accessory plug to power a First Gear jacket. The jacket was rated at 90 watts which was too much for my 2013 BMW F 700 GS. No big deal since the troller comes with a wiring harness for direct connect to the battery.
Overall, good product overall.
February 23, 2013