Heated Glove Liners

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SEDICI HOTWIREDHeated Glove Liners
 
3.6

(based on 19 reviews)

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83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight (15)
  • Easy to use (12)
  • Versatile (4)

Cons

  • Flimsy (3)
  • Heavy / bulky (3)

Best Uses

  • Long rides (13)
  • Street (11)
    • Motorsports:
    • Motorcycle enthusiast (13), Casual rider (9), Commuter (4), Mechanic (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great product and worth the investment

I ride a 250cc scooter and commute daily to and from work and my scooter is my only mode of transport, so I ride around town as well. I have very poor circulation in...Read complete review

I ride a 250cc scooter and commute daily to and from work and my scooter is my only mode of transport, so I ride around town as well. I have very poor circulation in my hands and feet from Raynaud's Disease and while I was able to protect my feet on my rides around town my hands were really taking a hit even with thick, winter gloves. I tried everything to keep my hands warm, even more layers, hot packs in my gloves, etc. but nothing worked. After getting to work one morning and literally not being able to feel my hands (to the point I could barely turn off my scooter and fumbled around trying to get into my trunk) I finally broke down, made the investment and got these glove liners to go under my Bilt winter gloves (not sure what the model is called but it's their winter gloves). They were ridiculously easy to install (red to red, black to black, etc.) and fit well underneath the seat with the battery. I was really excited to try them out and I put them on and felt hardly any warmth! I was really disappointed and there wasn't much I could do because by this point it was night time, Cycle Gear was closed, and I knew I most likely had another morning of numb hands the next day. The next day I got ready to leave and plugged in my liners, expecting little to no difference and BOY WAS I WRONG! The amount of heat is PERFECT and they kept my hands at a perfect temperature! I felt like I could ride around all day and not worry about my hands for once! Literally the ONLY downfall to these is the wire is ungodly long and really annoying. You have to get creative about tucking it away, or do what I do and I hang it around your neck (and still have plenty of room left to move arms and hands around, get on/of, etc.). It was a bit of an investment, but I am SO GLAD I made it! My riding during the colder months is going to be a LOT more tolerable! I highly recommend this product, it will make your cold hands when riding a thing of the past!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Dissapointed after a couple of months

Loved the liners for all the warmth I've been getting over the last couple of months UNTIL THEY STARTED FRAYING. Finger tips and knuckle areas (OBVIOUS AREAS OF FRICTION) are fraying from friction...Read complete review

Loved the liners for all the warmth I've been getting over the last couple of months UNTIL THEY STARTED FRAYING. Finger tips and knuckle areas (OBVIOUS AREAS OF FRICTION) are fraying from friction against my shells. I bought the liners because I can't afford the gloves and for them to be wearing out already I'm rally disappointed. Won't be long before I have heated liners with holes in the fingers completely defeating the purpose of heated glove liners.

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4.0

Suprisingly works

By Carl

from Baltimore MD

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Street

    Comments about Heated Glove Liners:

    I cannot discern any heat from the glove liner but have used them regularly in temperatures as low as 10 degrees. Without the liners I came close to having frostbite and could barely move my fingers. With the liners my fingers have never been cold but also never particularly warm. Would prefer a liner with more heat output but they work.

    • Motorsports:
    • Casual Rider
     
    4.0

    MAKE SURE YOUR BATTERY IS HEALTHY

    By Jim

    from NYC

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Flimsy

    Best Uses

    • 30-40 Minute Commute

    Comments about Heated Glove Liners:

    Bought this at the Hicksville, NY Cycle Gear store, and plugged it in. It was lukewarm at best and felt barley any heat.

    Not wanting to dismiss the product right away, I brought it back to the store to try another pair to eliminate the possibility of it being a defective unit. As soon as I asked to try another pair, the manager suggested that the problem is likely my motorcycle's battery. My battery was pretty old so I agreed with him. They took a fresh battery off the shelf and hooked up the gloves to it and they worked fine. I bought a new Shorai battery and hooked up the gloves and I felt them heat up in under 30 seconds.

    So if a pair doesn't work you, start a process of elimination before blaming the product! Check battery health, connections, wire capacity, in-line fuse, or the glove itself (exchange).

    I have a SAE connector hooked up to my battery so I bought the SEDICI HOTWIRED SAE DC Adapter (sold seprately) to connect it to that.

    As for the glove itself, I wear them under leather summer gloves so they aren't HOT as others describe it, in fact I don't feel the heat while I'm riding at highway speeds in 30F weather, but that doesn't mean they aren't working well. My gloves are perforated on the sides of the fingers so that's part of the reason. They put out just enough heat to prevent my fingers from freezing, and keep me comfortable, so they definitely do their job.

    I'll only use the gloves when temps drop under 40F, anything above that, the Freeze-out glove liners work for me. Be careful not to touch the Velcro on the gloves and on your riding gloves while putting on your gloves, it makes the thin material fray and fuzz up, and the material seems a bit fragile. But in return you get a thin liner with better mobility than the bigger Hotwired glove they have.

    Definitely consider these if you're tired of icy fingers.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Dissapointed after a couple of months

    By Suicide

    from Ca

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Flimsy
    • Fraying

    Best Uses

    • 30 Deg
    • Long Rides
    • Street

    Comments about Heated Glove Liners:

    Loved the liners for all the warmth I've been getting over the last couple of months UNTIL THEY STARTED FRAYING. Finger tips and knuckle areas (OBVIOUS AREAS OF FRICTION) are fraying from friction against my shells. I bought the liners because I can't afford the gloves and for them to be wearing out already I'm rally disappointed. Won't be long before I have heated liners with holes in the fingers completely defeating the purpose of heated glove liners.

    • Motorsports:
    • Motorcycle Enthusiast

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Amazing relief!

    By Bueller

    from Atlanta, GA

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Long Rides
      • Street

      Comments about Heated Glove Liners:

      Like many have said, these things work great! I rode the other day here in Atlanta in 25* weather. I had regular glove liners and my thick leather gloves. 10 minutes into my morning commute, my fingertips were numb. Soon after, my fingers were numb. The remaining ride was a bit miserable. Afer purchasing these, my ride was perfect! It was 26* and I felt nothing but great!!! Hands were toasty all around, especially in the fingers, where it's needed most. I rode to work so happy. Perfect investment. Regular glove liners do work 35*-45*.

      • Motorsports:
      • Casual Rider, Motorcycle Enthusiast

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      good sometimes

      By Sportbike Mike

      from Tucson, Az

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Warm

      Cons

      • Don't Work With Jacket

      Best Uses

      • Long Rides
      • Racing
      • Street

      Comments about Heated Glove Liners:

      These gloves work great if they are the only part of the hotwired line that you are using. By themselves the glove liners are almost too hot, but when connected to the jacket liner, they barely get warm. The jacket liner however will be very hot. I really don't understand how this was overlooked. My understanding was they were designed to work together.

      • Motorsports:
      • Casual Rider, Daily driver, Motorcycle Enthusiast

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