Firstgear Single Portable Heat-Troller
Works well, consider the remote troller
Hooked up easily to the battery connectors on my bike. Simple adjustable control for heated gear - off to 100% power.
Downside - since I put it in a jacket pocket, I can't adjust the power while on the bike. Consider getting the slightly more expensive remote heat controller.
October 28, 2013
Excellent product. Could not ask for more. Exceeded only by the fantastic customer support of Revzilla.
Could not ask for more. Product quality exceeded only by the fantastic customer support of Revzilla.
October 28, 2013
Pricey, but worth it
I purchased this to keep the heat down on my heated gloves; otherwise they'd get too hot!
October 21, 2013
Just the right product
This controller is great. The fitment is easy and is almost invisible on my bike. Riding with warmth is the best of the advantages and since it does not retract from the look of the bike, it is more than worth the price.
October 14, 2013
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
Good product, easy to install, intuitive handling, good price.
January 14, 2013
Great Price on Great Heated Gear
The First Gear branded Heat-Troller is an outstanding product. Infinite adjustment of heat, easy to use and compact. This is not my first portable H-T unit, but after seeing how well mine works, my wife wanted one too, replacing her other brand gear. We also got a FG heated jacket liner in the WP line for her at the same time.
She is now warmer and happier than before, and with less bulk and more adjustment on the heat range. Our buying experience with ZLA was outstanding as well.
November 27, 2012
Looks good. A bit pricey.
Ordered this heat controller with the first gear jacket. Controller is great unfortunately the jacket did not fit. Shame that most motorcycle gear is not sized for large athletes. Someone might want to look into this demographic.
March 6, 2012