Electric Heated Gloves

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$129.00
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6 reviews for Electric Heated Gloves

  1. Stephen B. Foskin

    I use primarily as a cycling glove for cold days in the midwest. The fit runs small so I’d think about ordering a size up particularly if you wear a separate liner. The gloves heat quickly and evenly but are stiff out of the box and my hope is they will loosen up a bit with more use. I found the mid level setting ideal for days on those upper 30 and 40 degree days providing enough warmth to keep hands comfortable maintaining natural sensitivity for manipulating brake handles and shift levers. Be careful when ordering and pay attention that you order the size you want. I had an issue when the gloves delivered to me were size Small when I ordered a Large. The seller is located in mainland China and as always there are some communication challenges but ultimately we worked out the exchange though it was nearly 5 weeks before I got the final shipment. I’ll follow up with another post at the end of the winter riding season.

  2. Stephen B. Foskin

    I use primarily as a cycling glove for cold days in the midwest. The fit runs small so I’d think about ordering a size up particularly if you wear a separate liner. The gloves heat quickly and evenly but are stiff out of the box and my hope is they will loosen up a bit with more use. I found the mid level setting ideal for days on those upper 30 and 40 degree days providing enough warmth to keep hands comfortable maintaining natural sensitivity for manipulating brake handles and shift levers. Be careful when ordering and pay attention that you order the size you want. I had an issue when the gloves delivered to me were size Small when I ordered a Large. The seller is located in mainland China and as always there are some communication challenges but ultimately we worked out the exchange though it was nearly 5 weeks before I got the final shipment. I’ll follow up with another post at the end of the winter riding season.

  3. ciclo fool

    Just received these a couple of days ago via DHL from Hong Kong. Although the docs included showed a US location, I’m not sure what the return issues would be. I paid for expedited shipping and got them in about a week, as estimated.So far, have used one time for cycling in 32-36 degree weather with Bar Mitts and they worked great – used a combination of the 3 power levels and there was plenty of charge left after a 20 mile, 1/2 hour ride.Got these because they appeared less bulky than others and they are. They appear to be well-made. The fingers aren’t very flexible, but I assume it’s because of the heating elements – they keep your fingers warm. Was able to shift and brake OK despite the inflexibility, though.Will post again about the battery longevity as I’m concerned that it will be an issue.

  4. ciclo fool

    Just received these a couple of days ago via DHL from Hong Kong. Although the docs included showed a US location, I’m not sure what the return issues would be. I paid for expedited shipping and got them in about a week, as estimated.So far, have used one time for cycling in 32-36 degree weather with Bar Mitts and they worked great – used a combination of the 3 power levels and there was plenty of charge left after a 20 mile, 1/2 hour ride.Got these because they appeared less bulky than others and they are. They appear to be well-made. The fingers aren’t very flexible, but I assume it’s because of the heating elements – they keep your fingers warm. Was able to shift and brake OK despite the inflexibility, though.Will post again about the battery longevity as I’m concerned that it will be an issue.

  5. Patio1952

    I ordered the wrong size initially, and reordered a large. I would normally wear a medium but reviews all said to go up a size. They are a tad long in the fingers(for me) but fit great in knuckle area. I charged the batteries, put them in, and they worked perfectly. My hands are going to be very happy this winter.

  6. Patio1952

    I ordered the wrong size initially, and reordered a large. I would normally wear a medium but reviews all said to go up a size. They are a tad long in the fingers(for me) but fit great in knuckle area. I charged the batteries, put them in, and they worked perfectly. My hands are going to be very happy this winter.

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