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I will and do but have to stop way too often because i don't have heated gloves. Do you have heated gloves and are they worth the money you paid for them? If worth the money then who manufactures and sells them?
 

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I will and do but have to stop way too often because i don't have heated gloves. Do you have heated gloves and are they worth the money you paid for them? If worth the money then who manufactures and sells them?
I have circulation problems so my hands get very cold. I use heated gloved with grip warmers. For gloves, just Google it, everything in the $80-140 seems similar. I would recommend buying an extra set of batteries or two, you can get generic on Amazon. This way you can set them on high and have 2 sets of batteries so you can ride all day. High settings lest 2-3 hours give or take.
 

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I will and do but have to stop way too often because i don't have heated gloves. Do you have heated gloves and are they worth the money you paid for them? If worth the money then who manufactures and sells them?
I use an old pair of snowmobile gloves mostly. I do have a set of heated grips in the garage that I may install over the winter though.
 

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I have circulation problems so my hands get very cold. I use heated gloved with grip warmers. For gloves, just Google it, everything in the $80-140 seems similar. I would recommend buying an extra set of batteries or two, you can get generic on Amazon. This way you can set them on high and have 2 sets of batteries so you can ride all day. High settings lest 2-3 hours give or take.
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Heard lots of good things about heat demon, don't like the controller you have to have. I have polaris, no controller, flush mount factory rocker switch. Thumb is blazing hot on high, have to use low. Handle bar warmer is just ok on high. So I guess it's a trade off between the 2.
 

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Heard lots of good things about heat demon, don't like the controller you have to have. I have polaris, no controller, flush mount factory rocker switch. Thumb is blazing hot on high, have to use low. Handle bar warmer is just ok on high. So I guess it's a trade off between the 2.
I have the Polaris ones as well, I'm satisfied with them. I tend to run with them on low until I get into the teens or below. Thumb warmer is stupid hot in high tho!

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