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Venture Heat 12V Heated Glove Liners
With the Venture Heat 12V Heated Glove Liners, you can keep your focus on the road with warm and steady hands despite the chilly weather. The heating elements are carefully positioned around the perimeter of your hand and are so thin that you won't even feel them as you grip the handle bars. The stretchable spandex fabric fits snugly to your hand making the liners easy to slip under your favorite riding gloves for added warmth.
The Venture Heat 12V Heated Motorcycle Glove Liners are powered by the existing battery on your motorcycle and will provide heat as long as you're on the road. Simply connect the harness to the terminals on the battery and run the coax cable underneath the body leaving the connector plug exposed. This non-intrusive configuration allows you to maintain the same look and feel to your bike without cables interfering. You can pair the 12V Heated Glove Liners with the 12V Heated Jacket Liner or wear them on their own using the included Y-Splitter Cable. Enjoy the adrenaline rush as you go for a ride in the coldest weather.
- 1.3 Amps/ 24W total draw (.65 Amp/ 12W each)
- 12V DC power
- Flexible, ultra-thin heating elements
- Poly blend soft shell
- Form-fitting cut to maximize heat transfer
- 1 pair 12V Heated Glove Liners
- 1 coax y-splitter cable
- 1 battery harness with safety fuse
Note: As a safety feature, if your motorcycle is outputting greater than 14 volts, it may cause the gloves to turn off. To prevent this, Venture Heat recommends first starting your motorcycle then plugging in the gloves. It should be noted that many motorcycles will operate at >14V, so it is recommended to check the voltage output of your bike before ordering.
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Reviews & Questions
over 3 years ago
Trying to hook these up to a jacket and then put outer gloves on while getting ready can definitely be a pain
1 year ago
1 year ago
they worked fine last winter. they heat just enough to keep your hands warmish, but not uncomfortable. on one 15 degree day they were warm enough to ride to work but cool enough to make me glad my commute is only 20 minutes.
now the right-hand glove has quit on me. how did i learn of this? that same 20-minute ride in 26 degree weather resulted in a completely numb, frozen hand. for the money, one full season of use is not worth it.