If you do not have a heated jacket or vest liner, you will need a Coax Glove/Sock Harness in order to plug your glove liners into the power.
Also, if you don't already have a Fused Battery Harness, then you'll need one in order to connect to your motorcycle's battery. If you are buying a Temp controller then you don't need to buy any extra Fused Battery Harness, since one comes with the Temp Controller.
This product is intended to be used with a 12-volt electrical system like found on most vehicles or machinery. Most common uses are with Motorcycles, Auto, Snowmobiles, ATV's, etc.
Please be aware that this clothing is not intended to be used with a battery pack due to the energy requirements of the heating elements.
WarmGear™ Premium Heated Glove Liners are designed to be worn under your existing unheated gloves or mitts. Made from micro fleece, they are soft and use the latest in flat heat technology, so you do not feel wires. Unlike the other products on the market, they are not too bulky to fit in your gloves and they are comfortable!
Our heated glove liners are designed to keep you warm when plugged into a 12 volt DC power source, like that found on most vehicles, motorcycles, auto, snowmobiles, ATV's, etc.
Our heated glove liners heat the entire length of each finger
No annoying heating wires
Technical Fabric that is comfortable, thin, soft & wicks moisture
Fits under most Winter riding gloves or work gloves
Same heating system as found in our 12v Heated Motorcycle Socks
Bought these for myself. My wife and friends have had them for many years, they finally convinced me I needed a pair, they were right. I should have purchased these many years ago.
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Mark B — GA, US
They 'Just Work!'
I've been using WarmGear heated glove liners from CW since the older model liner. These new(er) model heat *much* better. They're nice and thin so they don't usually make you buy a larger glove to fit over them. I've ridden in 18 degree F cold with these on and my hands stayed warm enough to ride the rest of the night.
The only one 'CON' I have about them, is that the material is very slick. Meaning, don't try to grip anything much with just the liner on as you won't be able to very well. They're like silk or something, lol.