Mobile Warming Heated TX Gloves have a Carbolex outer shell with an interior Nanomax waterproof barrier for all weather protection. Keeping out the snow and rain, and heating your hands to a toasty temperature, Mobile Warming Heated TX Gloves will keep the frostbite at bay. Mobile Warming Heated TX Mens Gloves have a rechargeable battery to give you ten hours of comfortable warmth.
500 Denier CarbolexÂ® shell
NanomaxÂ® waterproof membrane
Exkin airÂ® waterproof insulation
Includes two 7.4V 2.2Ah rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and charger
Provides up to ten hours of comfortable warmth
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Good Stuff - SJS MI
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Keeps my hands warm
Haven't gone on a long winter ride yet, but these warm me up during my tests nicey
Great Heated Gloves, Take Anywhere - Ryan
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Good construction, long battery life, easy to use
I have been using these for about a month now. My hands used to get cold in anything under 50 degrees, but now I have been riding in the 20's with no problem. I have actually used them to shovel snow during a trip to my in laws over break. Really a great product.. Highly Recommend these if you are looking for battery powered heated gloves
80-85 MPH Interstate riding
Bike - 2001 FZ1 No wind protection
Temps 32F - 38F
Wind Chill at 80-85 MPH speeds = 11F - 20F aprox
What I was wearing.
Base layer - Under Armor Winter Shirt and Pants
1-PC Aerostich Roadcrafter
Sidi Waterproof Boots
Neoprene lower face protection
I started out with the gear at 100 and ended up pulling over after about 30 miles to turn the vest down a notch to 75. That is one disadvantage to this Vest. The battery which has the setting control on it is in the lower left hand pocket. This means you cant easily get to the control. I left the gloves at 100 the entire trip. The gloves have the battery/control on the topside so you can easily change the setting.
I was actually fairly comfortable the entire ride. With the exception of my toes. My fingers got a little cold but not so much that it was uncomfortable at all. Again, this is on a bike that basically has no wind protection at all. I think if I was on a fully faired bike I could very easily have turned the vest down to 25-50 as well as the gloves. I think if you live way up North where it gets really cold, you would be better served by some gear that plugs into the bike and has higher output. But those of us down here in the South where it doesn't get that cold this stuff will be fine
I also left the gear on after getting to work to see how long the batteries lasted at the settings they were on. the gloves at 100 lasted 3h15m the vest was at 100 for about 40m and then switched to 75 and lasted a total of 4h40m. All batteries were charged up 8 days ago and had been used about 10 minutes at that time and then left in my gear closet until this morning.