VentureHeat Battery Powered Heated Glove Liners can be used under any standard winter glove for all day heat. VentureHeat Battery Powered Heated Glove Liners are slim and non bulky to allow ease of movement. VentureHeat Battery Powered Heated Glove Liners have rechargeable battery power that allow up to 7 hours of continuous heat.
With its thin micro-alloy heating elements, literally right at your fingertips, continuous heat is effectively distributed all throughout your hands
Thanks to Venture's Heated Glove Liner, you are free to go about your active lifestyle with heated comfort within the palms of your hands
In order to ensure your hands receive warmth from your palms all the way to your fingertips, the heated glove liner's heating elements have been placed along the perimeter of the hand. As heat travels from the outside going in, you'll experience a gentle and comforting heat knowing your hands are safe from the elements.
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Nice & warm but a little bulky ... - LIRider NY
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Completely eliminates numb fingers on cold rides
Cons: Adds considerable bulk and makes moving your fingers difficult
These really seem to work well on those chilly morning rides to work. I've used them when temperatures have dropped to near freezing on my relatively short 15 minute commute to work. Even on such a short ride at relatively low speeds, my fingers would be numb by the time I pulled into my office parking lot but with these babies on, my fingers never even feel cold. I've used them on medium and on high with similar results haven't tried low yet. They work as advertised for my use. Their one drawback is the extra bulk they add. Even though they are very thin for the most part battery compartment aside, squeezing my hands into my winter riding gauntlets is a challenge and leaves me with less dexterity than just using the gauntlets alone which are less dexterous than a standard pair of leather riding gloves. I was a little concerned about my ability to react in an emergency situation but slow deliberate motion is really not a problem and the more I use them the less cumbersome they seem to feel and the more confident I've become with them on. You also really need a generously large cuff on your gloves to accommodate the battery packs. While they are fairly thin for batteries, they are still thick enough to make it impossible to put them under my jacket cuff and a bit of a chore to work over them and secure them. All that said, I do like them and feel they are a valuable addition to my cold weather riding gear. I now have one less reason not to take the bike out when it's chilly out -