Although not a 12v glove, these new 7v battery heated gloves are motorcycle specific. The XR7's are fitted with extra protection on the fingers and knuckles and are made of drum dyed premium leather. A layer of sophisticated textile protects the palm of the hands and all fingers.
We have added even more protection on the knuckles of these heated motorcycle gloves to safeguard from harm in the case of an accident. All of our electric heated gloves are manufactured using Gerbing's patented Microwire heating technology. This is the same technology developed for the US Military to help keep warm even in extremely cold weather conditions.
Lightweight, powerful rechargeable lithium batteries are included that are conveniently stored on zipped pockets on the cuff of the gloves. Just push the 7V button to control the heat, from Green to Amber through to Red.
The highest level will provide an intense heat output for a minimum of two hours. After your hands warm up, turn down the power setting and enjoy the soothing warmth all day.
The gloves are supplied with 2 x 2.2amp 7V batteries and charger.
Easy to use in 3 simple steps:
1. Place battery in the cuff pocket
2. Connect the battery to glove plug
3. Push the button on cuff for 3 seconds
Durability of 2.2 amp batteries
Durability of 3.4 amp batteries
Actual run time may vary depending on ambient temperature. Battery capacity decreases in very cold weather, especially if the
battery is not insulated, and is left exposed to the elements. At less than -5°C a battery may only produce 80% of its capacity.
Sheffield Motorcycle Centre Ltd is an Appointed Representative of Automotive Compliance Ltd, who is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA No 497010). Automotive Compliance Ltd’s permissions as a Principal Firm allows Sheffield Motorcycle Centre Ltd to act as a credit broker, not as a lender, for the introduction to a limited number of lenders and to act as an agent on behalf of the insurer for insurance distribution activities only.
We can introduce you to a selected panel of lenders, which includes manufacturer lenders linked directly to the franchises that we represent. An introduction to a lender does not amount to independent financial advice and we act as their agent for this introduction. Our approach is to introduce you first to the manufacturer lender linked directly to the particular franchise you are purchasing your vehicle from, who are usually able to offer the best available package for you, taking into account both interest rates and other contributions. If they are unable to make you an offer of finance, we then seek to introduce you to whichever of the other lenders on our panel is able to make the next best offer of finance for you. Our aim is to secure the best deal you are eligible for from our panel of lenders. Lenders may pay a fixed commission to us for introducing you to them, calculated by reference to the vehicle model or amount you borrow. Different lenders may pay different commissions for such introductions, and manufacturer lenders linked directly to the franchises that we represent may also provide preferential rates to us for the funding of our vehicle stock and also provide financial support for our training and marketing. But any such amounts they and other lenders pay us will not affect the amounts you pay under your finance agreement, all of which are set by the lender concerned. If you ask us what the amount of commission is, we will tell you in good time before the Finance agreement is executed. All finance applications are subject to status, terms and conditions apply, UK residents only, 18’s or over. Guarantees may be required.
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