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William (Anchorage )

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Too Hot

Venture's heated under jacket was way too hot even on the lowest setting. I had to unzip the front zipper half way down, open all the vents on the Firstgear Kilimanjaro jacket, and keep the speed up above 55. I even removed the liner. The LED lights that indicate hi, med & low were not bright enough in daylight. A rheostat control might help or offer a 65 watt model.

Don (Delta )

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Heated Vest

I enjoy using this vest, especially on chilly mornings before the sun warms the roads..It has three setting. High, Medium and Low. The heating time depends on the level ones chooses. I like Medium as it will last for three hours and keeps me toasty. I'm glad I bought it

Phillip (Catoosa )

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One of the best motorcycle accessories I have purchased

They do a great job of keeping your fingers warm for a lot less money than heated gloves. I also have heated grips on my motorcycle, but my fingers still get cold with the heated grips on when its really cold. With the liners, the grips keep my hands warm and the liners keep my fingers warm. Yes, its a little bit of a hassle having to plug in each liner into the wire harness in your jacket sleeve when you put them on, then plug the harness in to the motorcycle when you get on, but they are well worth it!

Tom (Ogdensburg )

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Works fine, sure beats frozen fingers, provides a safer ride.

I'm in my third season of using these batteries. They came with a set of Venture glove liners, which was the way to go for me because I use different gloves/mitts depending on the riding conditions. First of all, the batteries will last about 4 hours on the low setting, which is the setting I require most of the time when I ride in the 20-45F range. As mentioned, I use different gloves over these liners to cover that temp range. Operators need to appreciate that you are essentially "shorting" out the battery to achieve this resistive heating. This is not a 12V car battery, so don't expect this powerpack to last for days on a single charge. Try not to let it drain all the way - I recharge after a couple of hours use, and I have not noticed any reduction in battery capacity. Also, given the nature of the work this battery has to perform, don't expect it to last a life-time. Expect 3-4 seasons of intermittent use, and you won't be disappointed. On Med setting, I get about 3 hours, and on Hi setting 2 hours. Max setting is too hot for my application, unless I use them while on the tractor in 0 deg weather. If using the glove liners, you need to have some roomy gloves or mitts.

Yanch (Columbus )

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extra warmth when needed

They have been used as a general purpose glove (not just a liner) and perform well. They heat up quickly and then I usually keep them on the lowest of 3 settings. The switch is easy to use. The heat is uniform throughout the glove (no wires or hot spots) and the gloves have some stretch to them. Gloves run large. I always buy the largest gloves I can find (3XL) and the XL version of these are too big, should have followed the other reviewer and bought L.