Member Reviews for First Gear 'Warm and Safe' Heated Gloves - Men's Sizes

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Part Number: FIRST-HEATED-GLOVES
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Average Customer Review: 4.63 (based on 32 reviews)

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(4 stars) reviewed on 02/18/11 by
ndandurand (ndandurand) from , , United States, for a 0 1100 Shadow Aero wrote:

Had to pull over and turn them down after about 200yds first time out. My knuckles were on fire in 20 degree weather. They do the trick. Heats top of the hands, thumbs and fingers, not the bottom. The cap for the end of the power source wire coming from the bike fell off in the first month. Going to see about a replacement. I will update when I find out.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 10/26/07 by
BIG UWE (uwe999) from Castro Valley, CA, US, for a 1100 Shadow Aero wrote:

I had been using the Widder heated gloves for a few years now. Whenever the temperatures drop below 50 the gloves are on "heat". The Warm & Safe plugs are lightyears better: they are made of leather material, so the wind doesn't blow through. The heated elements are on the outside to keep your knuckles really warm. They have a built in waterproof liner so you can finally use them in the rain (can't wear the Widders in the rain). Plus the temperature controller (heat troller) is variable, not just a simple on/off switch. The cabling is much better too. They plug directly into the heated liners (I highly recommend that one too!) or you can get the Y-adapter cable if you just want to use the heated gloves. I wore the gloves and heated liner a month ago on the ride back from Reno. 37 degrees on Highway 50 over the mountains, in the rain. I was a happy camper. And I saw a lot of riders that pulled over to warm up ... I would give these gloves a 10 star rating on the 1-5 scale, th...
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