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O/T Wanted 12 volt heated gloves

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by pahunter1, Dec 9, 2007.

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  1. pahunter1

    pahunter1 TS Member

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    I am looking for a pair of size med. or large (12 volt) heated gloves that I can use when operating my tractor. I also want a pair of (battery operated) for outdoor sports. I want the ones that have heating elements in each finger and not just the palms. I have diabetes and poor circulation in my hands and feet. New or real good used. I appreciate any replies. Thanks Ed
     
  2. tomk2

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    Check out the motorcycle supplies websites and stores. Widder and other manufactureres make all sorts of heated clothing for motorcyclists.
     
  3. thespan

    thespan TS Member

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    Ed,

    You have internet otherwise you wouldn't be here, so try that link above, and also, go to a serach engine, such as www.google.com, and simply type in 12 volt heated gloves. There are many sites that sell them.

    http://cozywinters.com/heated-clothing/

    http://www.gerbing.com/heat/glovesATV.html

    http://www.12voltclothing.com/HEATED_GLOVES.html


    Regards,

    Peter Greenspan
     
  4. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    anyone use heated gloves. how do they work?
     
  5. tomk2

    tomk2 Member

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    I have used electric clothing for motorcycle riding. As far as I know, I hold the North American cold weather riding record... Minus 19 back in 96. I used Widder electric chaps, vest, and gloves. They connect to the electric system of the vehicle you are on/in, in my case wired into a 10 or 15 amp fused circuit just for the clothing. They are, essentially, like electric blankets shaped into clothing. Gerber (I think) makes them as well.

    Electric gloves.... $49.95

    Electric vest.......$69.95

    Electric chaps.......$69.95


    Drop jaw look on car drivers as you ride by on your motorcycle in minus 19 weather.... priceless.
     
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