Firstgear Single Portable Heat-Troller
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Firstgear Single Portable Heat-Troller

  • Firstgear Single Portable Heat-Troller designed to variably control heat output of 1 or multiple connected garments on 1 person such as a jacket liner and gloves
  • To control temperature of each piece separately use our Dual Heat-Troller
  • Each rider must have their own Heat-Troller
  • Portability allows you to use it with more than one 12-volt DC motorcycle or ATV

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Firstgear Single Portable Heat-Troller 173763 951-2817 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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good product kept me warm
nice product can adjust the temp as needed kind of on the bulky wiring not sure if wireless is better but no complaints for what it is.
March 16, 2015
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Installed on 2008 R1200RT
Wire is to short to run under or along side the gas tank so ran close to the handle bars or just before them and out one of the tank bag holes and it work great this way. Do not have a BMW tank bag so no issues using it this way.
February 6, 2013
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2010 Honda VFR1200
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Good product
Good product, easy to install, intuitive handling, good price.
January 14, 2013
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2012 Triumph Tiger 800
Must have accessory
Well made heat troller, small and simple to use. Hooks up to most or all heated apparel
December 27, 2010
Must have accessory
Well made heat troller, small and simple to use. Hooks up to most or all heated apparel
December 27, 2010
Winter gear
Great price on a winter necessity. Very good company to deal with also.
November 5, 2008
Works great
I did have the wireless one that kept going out. This wired one works much better. Heat is constant and gets the digits very warm in 20 degree weather.
January 19, 2016
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Wonderful add on for heated gear
Installs easy, just like a battery tender. Maked it easy to control my heat level on my jacket. Be sure to unplug when you get off the bike. Other than that it works great. I only have a heated jacket to the single controller is all I needed.
March 15, 2016
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1982 Kawasaki KZ750N Spectre
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Just what i needed Fits heated jacket liner. Fast service
September 13, 2016
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Toller works good
Wired it into a female BMW Style power socket and can control how much voltage is supplied there. Mounted the controller to the clutch reservoir with velcro. A simple male BMW style plug to sae jumper between my vest and the bike.

I'll be warm on the 14R come fall riding season.
August 16, 2016
Ride:
2015 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R
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Made by Warn-n-Safe, the original designer and still the best. This is a back up for a mounted system. which I have never needed in 103k miles, but I like to be prepared.
Eric V on Sep 6, 2016
Gift. Previous satisfied owner of Firstgear heated gear.
Clay N on Mar 11, 2016
Made by Warn-n-Safe, the original designer and still the best. This is a back up for a mounted system. which I have never needed in 103k miles, but I like to be prepared.
Eric V on Sep 6, 2016
Works fine.
Little issue with the nob being too sensitive, it can switch position once you put it back in the pocket.
gilles g on Mar 17, 2016
Gift. Previous satisfied owner of Firstgear heated gear.
Clay N on Mar 11, 2016
I ride in cold weather a lot
Hugo B on Mar 3, 2016
Love electrics!
Eric W on Dec 24, 2015
I think I need this for the 1st gear heated jacket liner. I'm not certain
John B on Nov 14, 2015
I only have the heated jacket liner so I had no use for the dual heat-troller. I also have two bikes and wanted to be able to easily plug in to either bike whenever I wanted to.
William L B on Feb 19, 2015
I chose this after reading forum posts where guys didn't have a troller of any kind and they got burned.
RzrBak on a Feejer on Jan 7, 2015
I like bmw
Richard K on Jan 3, 2015
The price was right, and to keep warm
BRAD P on Dec 20, 2014
I only plan to start with the glove liners.
Dennis S on Dec 7, 2014
To control temp on the jacket I bought
Linda A on Dec 4, 2014
needed a troller for heated gloves and this is the same manufacturer as the gloves
Ducati796 on Oct 13, 2014
Lost my heat-troller and needed a replacement.
John B on Oct 5, 2014
Friend recommended.
Paul M on Jan 10, 2014
the main reason for this purchase was because the heat troller that came in a glove liner kit (powerlet) didn't work, and any attempts at contacting the manufacturer failed. i have several pieces of firstgear clothing that i absolutely love, so they were my first choice in a replacement troller.
michael a on Dec 26, 2013
My old Widder unit finally expired and I had great references from other riders regarding the FG stuff - I have a heated FG jacket liner and gloves. The liner is great and the gloves OK.
John B on Dec 9, 2013
I ride year around and I need a bit of heat. This works great to let me ride whenever I want.
Patrick L on Nov 28, 2013
Works fine.
Little issue with the nob being too sensitive, it can switch position once you put it back in the pocket.
gilles g on Mar 17, 2016
I ride in cold weather a lot
Hugo B on Mar 3, 2016
do you have to resync each time you change batteries in troller?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The controller runs off of your motorcycle battery - you wire it directly using a fused harness. It has a potentiometer with knob you rotate from full CCW (heat off) up to full CW (heat fully on). A small LED blinks to show the duty cycle - e.g. blink evenly on and off equals 50% heat on. No batteries are inside. No reset necessary after connecting. I set mine up so I can unplug it and put it in my jacket when not in use, and then have it velcro'd to the handlebars when I want to use it. Get the 65 watt liner if you have a small bike, as the alternator may not supply enough current for the 90 watt liner. Makes winter driving very nice!