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Could anyone recommend a good set of heated grips?

I would prefer not to spend too much. (around the £40 mark)

Thanks in advance :)
 

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Could anyone recommend a good set of heated grips?

I would prefer not to spend too much. (around the £40 mark)

Thanks in advance :)
I have heard mixed reviews on the R&G ones.
Don't see how you can go FAR wrong with big brands however..

As an alternative, Firefly raved about his heated gloves!
(Don't know what brand they were though)
 

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i was looking into gettin some aswell..seems everyone is goin for the oxford ones...i think u can get them on ebay for about £46
 

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Oooooh, I like the look of those heated inners!!!
Damn.

Although I just KNOW I will break them.
I will try out some plain inners for now, and perhaps consider some bar muffs :S
 

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/KEIS-X5-1...ltDomain_3&hash=item3cbef8c218#ht_2214wt_1163

Keis Heated Vest.
(which also has a plug in it to attach the heated gloves to).

"Keis X5 bodywarmer uses the latest Encapsulated Element Technology to provide reliable, even heating, so reliable you can even wash it!"
hmmmm.....

+ a free temp controller...
Provide the ultimate control for your Keis X5 Heated Bodywarmer when powered from the bike with this 3-level controller.

BUT.
£92.00
 
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i reacon it would make riding a sports bike really really uncomfy!!
and plus when u get to colleg/work u would have to strip lol!
 

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i reacon it would make riding a sports bike really really uncomfy!!
and plus when u get to colleg/work u would have to strip lol!
And why is that?
 

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George whites bolton i selling heated seat pads to warm your arse up, only a 10ner. n my glove inners rnt to good tbh.
 

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bar muffs are an accident waiting to happen, hand out to adjust visor / mirror etc, sudden stop of vehicle ahead and there you are fiddling trying to get your hand back in to shift/brake, personally i stay clear of them. although i am really considering heated grips, dont like the idea of the heated gloves :/ never rode with heated grips so will they stop the numb dull pain of cold or just make the insides of your hands sweat? o_O :p
 

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Most have adjustable heat levels, so should warm your hands enough, and you can turn them down/ off if your hands get too hot or sweaty.
 

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If you're going for Heated Gloves, reckon I know what brand Firefly's were, they'll be Gerbing.
Gerbing are the KING of heated gloves.
 

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if i remember right he have the oxford ones
 

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My heated grips were Oxford by the way.
Couldn't fault them... I had the 'sports' ones.
REALLY nice grips, nice and grippy, and looked fine :)

Easy to use controls.

Nice and hot!
 
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