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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 4.5 5 16 16
Works Great, would like to see micro click dial adjuster and lanyard holder I purchased this to power a pair of Firstgear heated leather gloves, so I had to add a Y-Connector to split power for right and left gloves. Installation was simple, and there is plenty of cord between the battery terminal and the female input plug to which the dial adjustment unit on the Troller plugs in. However, I would have liked another 8 to 12 inches of lead on the Troller side of that female connection to make it easier for me to locate the Troller dial adjuster unit where I wanted. Also, I'd like to see Firstgear provide a lanyard set-up so that the entire unit can be easily bound and then hung around my neck and under my jacket with a nice factory delivered package. I actually rigged a lanyard and some single wrap Velcro straps to accommodate an easy arrangement for storage on the inside of my jacket to which I plug the y-connector that threads down each of my sleeves. The Troller dial adjuster does not have any markings to let you know that temperature or power is set to any level such as 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, Full-On, and there is no micro-click to the dial adjuster. The lack of micro-click makes me think that during a ride the dial will work it's way higher or lower by rubbing on clothing while under my jacket, and the lack of markings is an issue because I fail to have an exact baseline for settings that I can correlate to outside temperature. I'll probably use some white paint to set a few index points to use as reference to outdoor temperature to help avoid adjustments during a ride. With that said, I used the Heat-Troller and gloves this past Saturday on a 100 mile ride and the set-up worked great! October 13, 2014
Great Product! I waited too long to get my heated gear. I LOVE my warm fingers now on the winter rides! April 10, 2014
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 Good product, easy to install, intuitive handling, good price. January 14, 2013
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Firstgear Single Portable Heat-Troller
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
gary j: needed a troller for heated gloves and this is the same manufacturer as the gloves Oct 13, 2014
John B: Lost my heat-troller and needed a replacement. Oct 5, 2014
Paul M: Friend recommended. Jan 10, 2014
michael a: 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. Dec 26, 2013
John B: 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. Dec 9, 2013
Patrick L: I ride year around and I need a bit of heat. This works great to let me ride whenever I want. Nov 28, 2013
A shopper asked: do you have to resync each time you change batteries in troller? Mar 14, 2014
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James C: 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! Mar 14, 2014
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Gene W: The wireless remote unit does indeed have a battery. This is a wireless remote, not the typical heat-troller unit that the other posters are referring to.

I don't know if you will have to sync it but it's a dead simple process and only takes a few seconds to do. The included instructions tell you how to do it and states that the batteries will usually last trough the heating season. The unit will default to 30% power output if you happen to be using your heated gear and the controller's battery dies.
Mar 20, 2014
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John B: I think the shopper may not understand what this device is. There are no batteries in it and the electronics inside it are just a PWM system to modulate the current to the heated gear. No syncing or resyncing is ever necessary. Mar 14, 2014
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Gene W: Let me amend my answer. I thought that you had bought the wireless heatroller like I have. I assumed that was why the question was forwarded to me. but the one pictured by you question is a conventional wired remote. Mar 20, 2014
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