Item Code: VHHeatedGloveLiner Brand: Venture Heat Color: Black Heat: XCT Technology Draw: 1 AMP/12W each (2AMP/24W) total Source: 12-13.8 Volts DC Connector: DC coax plug (input) Weight: 5 oz approximately
Designed to be powered by your vehicles battery
You can connect the 12V heated vest to a motorcycle, snowmobile,ATV or scooter for endless heated comfort
The heating elements are carefully positioned around the perimeter of your hand which allows warmth to be to be circulated throughout your hand to give comfort and protection you need
So thin you cant even feel them as you grip your handle bars
Inside the Box: 1 Coax Y-Splitter Cable, 1 Battery Harness with safety fuse
Bulky insulation and coils are eliminated and are replaced with hair-thin micro fiber wire allowing more flexible range of motion without the heavy layers
The stretchable spandex fabric fits snugly to your hands making the liners easy to slip on under your favorite riding gloves for added warmth
You can also buy the vest, jacket etc. in addition to these glove liners and use together
Motorcycle's Heated Clothing User's Guide Included
Comment: bought these gloves for cold TN morning rides to work... love them!! Thin; work great as a glove liner. Tried the bigger unit gloves ( TourMaster ), but to much glove/bulk for me, plus the big $$$. Sent them back and purchased these.. couldn't be happier.
Comment: I'm very happy with this set of gloves. I have the jacket to go with I used to go to in the morning.
Very nice and comfy, no problems feelings the controls.
Very good liners
Comment: They work great and no need to buy a controller.
I ride in 40 degree weather and they keep the fingers just the right temp. Little bulky , so buy one size smaller than usual.
Port Angeles WA
Pretty good gloves
Comment: Gloves worked pretty well. Had them on max with the heated jacket and my hands didn't get cold in 42-48 degrees driving about 75mph for 4 hrs. Hands never got hot but never got to cold either.
Comment: These have worked great for me so far. I have riden in the low 40's and they work great with a good pair over them. Hands stay warm and toasty. Even at 50 degrees and just a pair of single layer leather over top I was still comfortable.
VH Heated Glove Liner
Comment: I ride 50 miles each way to work every day year round. The last 2 days it has been around 30 degrees in the morning and these liners kept my hands toasty warm. No more warming my hands on the engine before I can get my helmet off! Best Winter Riding Thing Ever!
College Station, TX
Comment: Bought these with the heated jacket liner as well. They worked great. Hands never got cold again.
Venture Heat Heated Glove Liner Review
Comment: Ultra thin- easily fits on under my leather gloves. Provides great protection- I have already used them in sub-freezing temperatures and they performed perfectly.
Venture Heat 12 Volt Heated Glove Liner Review
Comment: These glove liners are thin enough to fit under your winter gloves. They put out enough heat to keep my hands warm for a 35 minute commute at 75 mph in 20 degrees fahrenheit.
Only reason I didn't give them a full 5 stars is because the thumb seems a little on the short side.
Venture Heat Heated Glove Liner Review
Comment: These liners have proven themselves to being a good investment, warm hands feel a lot better than frozen digits. Wish there was a battery pack to hook to for walking around warmth.
GREAT FINISHING TOUCH
Comment: The glove liner works great under my leather gloves in 28deg. temps. with the jacket and paint liner. Fast deliver good price.
Venture Heated Jacket & Glove liners Review
Comment: These two products are worth every dime You pay for them, I have had them both now for a few years and they still work like the first day I bought them..Makes riding in cold weather so much more comfortable.If You live in a cold weather climate these two items are a must have......EXCELLENT !!!
John J Satiro
Cold Patriot Guard Mission
Comment: The PGR Mission today started at 7 degrees and warmed up to 27. My hands were warm as long as I was on my bike. Easy to install and use. No hot spots. I have no hesitation to ride in the cold with these glove liners. I have told many fellow PGR about Jafrum.
can I adapt them to a cigarette plug with fuse for my tractor ?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer:Yes , if 12 volt. Check basic electrical foundation.Change wording to 12 volt power outlet or auto power outlet v/s cigarette plug. with multiple plugs is a better option(if possible,check elec foundation) possible space heater or wind blocks and/or plastic wrap driver area or wait til warmer ; not sure of your options.Good Luck and thank you for farming.
I am thinking about purchasing these glove liners. However, I have to remove the seat to access the battery. Once the lead is connected to the battery, can I just leave it connected and just turn off the glove liner or do I have to disconnect from the battery each time? Thanks
A shopper on Jan 22, 2015
Best Answer:Order the liners already!! Easy to connect and forget for painfree, warmhanded, instant riding comfortably in temps as low as 30¤ for 45 minutes. That is with arthritis in hands and wrists!! I connected in October, leaving til May last season with no problems. Plenty of cord and protected from elements under the seat, I connected in early October last fall and still riding warm!! warm!!
Sure Skippy, here's what you do. 1) Mount the connection wire. We will call it a "pig-tail"; it will stay mounted to the battery. It has an end cap or cover plug when not in use. Bring it off to the side so it can run under the outer edge of the underside of the seat. That way YOU know where it is and can with one finger dig it out to plug the controller in. 2) VERY IMPORTANT...Don't get slick and try by-pass controller(YOU HAVE TO OBTAIN A CONTROLLER!!!) or your heated item(gloves,liner,vest,pants,whatever) will run at "FULL THROTTLE" (see ref of grabbing hot skillet) 3) obtain gauntlet gloves one to two sizes bigger. It is better if you wear the liners while trying on the over sized gauntlet gloves for good fit of liner inside gloves.
Conclusion: Mount pigtail, obtain "CONTROLLER", and over sized outer gloves. Good Luck
There is about 2 ft of cable on the supply cable with a female quick connect, I juse tuck mine in between my seat and rear Pintle seat and easily grab it for hook up. Or if you have a single seat,it should tuck under the grab strap. The cable for the glove end is long enough to thread through the epulets on my leather jacket.
well, you can leave a lead wire connected and tied to your handlebars, and it has a female plug that you use when you want to connect your gloves, which have mother piece with a male end. just don't leave the gloves connected when you're done riding!
When measuring the circumference of hand, should I include the thumb?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer:When you measure the size of your hand fold your thumb in to the palm of your hand pointing at the "V" between the 2nd and 3rd fingers have some one measure around your hand at the base knuckle of the thumb.
Best Answer:These gloves are awesome, and do get pretty hot on the high setting. The high setting only last for 2-3 hours though. Do not know if anything will work in -27 degrees. WOW...I do not think I have ever felt that kind of cold before. Good luck!!
I have a SAE plug already on my battery for a trickle charger. I would like to use it for heated glove liners that have coax end. If i get the adapter to connect the 2, will that work? I see there is a wire with a fuse included.. Do I need to use that also or can I just connect with the adapter??
Is there a way to connect my glove livers to the SAE plug I already have on my bike for the battery tender. I was thinking of getting the SAE adapter, then the wiring harness line with the fuse( i would need one without terminal leads, just the plug to go into the adapter) then the Troller???. is this doable?? thx
Heated glove liners are a great option in a few different scenarios. The
first one is where the rider already has a perfectly broken-in pair of gloves. A
high quality pair of cowhide riding gloves can take a couple of seasons to break
in fully. Another possibility is that the rider requires an unusual fitment.
Some folks with long skinny fingers or wide muscular hands may have a limited
selection of gloves that fit well. All he or she wants to do is make the gloves
they already have warmer. Another scenario we are seeing more often lately is
due to the resurgence of the vintage motorcycle market. Patinated old leathers
and denim are back in full force and a modern pair of riding gloves may clash
with the rider's style. To achieve that old school look, stuff a pair of these
heated glove liners into your insulated work gloves and you get both style and
Connecting your glove liners can be done two ways. You can use these glove
liners independently of any other article of heated gear by simply plugging
directly into your motorcycles battery using the y-splitter that is included
with the gloves. Simply hold the ends of the y-splitter in your hands when you
put your jacket on and you will be wired and nearly ready to go. Plug the gloves
into the y-splitter. Once you have started your motorcycle, you can connect the
y-splitter to the battery harness. To use the gloves with the heated jackets or
liners, simply plug the glove liners into the connectors coming out of the
jacket sleeves. The only negative I can see with Venture Heat's Glove Liners is
that they are not adjustable. The glove circuit in the newer model jacket or
jacket liner does not run through the jacket's controller so the gloves will
operate at their highest setting when plugged in. I understand why they did it.
Extremities get colder quicker, so the ideal setting for your jacket may be too
low for your gloves. But, taking your hand off of the controls to unplug a glove
isn't really ideal either. One of the features I really like about these
Venture Heat 12V
Glove liners is the placement of the elements within the liner. Venture Heat
uses hair thin sheets of heating element material rather than thicker wire
elements and places them around the perimeter of the fingers rather than on top
so you don't even know that they are there.