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Just a word of caution if you are thinking of ordering the dual source heated vest: my vest works just fine when connected up to the bike battery harness, but I have been through two portable batteries and haven't been able to get the vest to heat up with either one.

Mike
Wooster, OH
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Why a vest, and not a full liner? I tried the vest. Though it doesn't stay warm enough for long enough by only using the battery, it comes with the hookups to hard wire straight to the battery. The biggest problem I have with it, is the small temperature controller is inside the pocket, so changing the temp is impossible while riding. Plug-in electric gear, even with all the bulky wiring, is far superior to this portable (and super-expensive!) option.

Mary
Danbury, CT
Friday, January 9, 2009
I ride in very cold conditions since I don't own a car right now. Sometimes 10 degrees. These gloves are an answered prayer. I have rode the last two winters and have tried about every glove out there. Nothing works. These gloves do outstanding even in very frigid temps. Ten stars!

B the way, the lady who said you can get heated gloves for $25. Don't waste your money. They will not work. You might as well not wear any gloves at all. If you must ride in winter and want your hands warm, you have to bite the bullet.

Eric Mizell
Wichita, KS
Saturday, January 3, 2009
I was very excited to learn about this product but I've since discovered that the battery life is only two hours.

Rosemary
Seattle, WA
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Editor Response
There is an on/off switch so you can control when you turn the product on and off.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
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