Keis Heated G102 - Inner Gloves [G101/X200]
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Keis Heated G102 - Inner Gloves [G101/X200]
Keis X200 Heated Inner Gloves
Perfect for all types of outdoor activity, The Keis G101 (formerly X200) Heated Inner Gloves are a dual powered design so can be powered from a 12V battery or from the option Keis Battery Packs. (available in 2 sizes)
- Micro Alloy Element Technology for extreme comfort and reliability.
- Lightweight stretch material for use under your favourite outer gloves.
- Flexible 12v Dual-Power for use anywhere anytime.
- Complete with all required wiring and full easy to follow instructions
- Available in Black. (Controller not included.)
- Current Draw 1.0A. Typical Power 11.5W.
- Available in sizes L, XL
Please Note: All Keis Gloves come complete with everything required to power them independently. However our Heated Vests and Bodywarmers incorporate integrated power sockets specifically to power Keis Heated Gloves using optional
- Clothing Features
- Glove Features
- Short Cuff, Heated, Soft Knuckle
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Free delivery over £25. Next day delivery if ordered before 3pm.
Orders to UK Mainland addresses over £25 (i.e. excluding Highlands and Islands) will be sent with free carriage.
Free Shippping to other destinations
- Orders will be shipped free of charge to areas other than the UK when the order total is over:
- UK Highlands and Islands: £100
- Europe Zone 1 - e.g. Eire, France, Germany £250
- Europe Zone 2 - e.g. Greece, Poland £400
- USA, Canada, Australia - £800
- Items Shipped outwith the EU will include a form which can be used to claim back approx 10% V.A.T. Unfortunately this excludes BFPO addresses. Please note, V.A.T. is not applied to crash helmets.
All items of Keis heated motorcycle clothing are supplied with a fused 12 volt lead so you can power your gloves, waist coat or jacket from your motorcycle, but we also supply battery packs to keep you warm away from your bike, or so you can avoid plugging in altogether.
We also stock Keis controllers, so you can turn the temperature down and help battery life, or set the clothing to a comfortable heat - you might get too warm!
The gloves I have may be faulty. But, when I tried them in around 11C temperatures I was expecting to have hot gloves. But, I could barely feel any heat at all. For the price, it is VERY DISAPPOINTING! I wouldn't like to try them in anything close to freezing.
They transform winter riding
If you ride through the winter, you'll know that the harshest thing is cold hands. I don't mind ice or snow, but when your hands are frozen, that's another matter entirely! I've had heated grips on all my bikes, but the problem with those is that only your palms are kept warm - on frosty days, your fingers will still be numb on any but the shortest journeys. I bought the Keis inner gloves around 3 years ago, and they are still going strong. I only use them when the temperature drops below 6 or 7C (higher than that and grips work fine). They keep my hands and fingers nice and warm. If I use them in higher temperatures, then my hands can get too warm, but at lower temperatures this doesn't happen. The only complaint I have is that the wire that feeds down the arms is not very robust. If you use the gloves on a commute through the winter, then you can expect to have to replace the wire every year (at £10). Having said this, the connectors are standard so you could make up y
Toasty hot but Expensive on its own !!
After knowing all these past years of winter riding - I was pretty much ready to buy the heated gloves. This was the only option that I could have used due to the restriction that my HG leather cuffs would not fit other heated gloves inside the jacket and yet close the cuff tight enough, Generally, well built. I had my first proper two hour ride this morning in 2C temperature and it was toasty warm all the way. Do note that there is no heat controller inside the glove so you would tend to get pretty hot and uncomfortable at times, the only solution is to unplug and plug the adapter again. I am using the battery to power them up as the external adapters is too expensive. For almost £60, you would realise that these are good gloves (expensive inners) and the fingers does feel squished inside these if you have normal finger gloves on the top. I use Lobster type gloves on the top and it is bit difficult at first but getting used to it now. In terms of heating, no issues except the fa