Power in Motion
Motion Heat - Additional battery
An additional battery as a replacement or to have extras for work and at home.
This is our 4th Generation MOTIONHeat Glove liners.
Using a carbon fiber heating element around perimeter of the glove, the liner provides heat to all 4 fingers and your thumb. The heat can be felt almost instantaneously when the gloves are turned on because of form fitting stretch of our polyester/Lycra material. Designed as a cycling liner, we also have a small patch of the heating element above the knuckles where it gets cold as you are riding through cold weather.
New for the 4th Gen gloves is the addition a cuff to hold our 12v 2.6ah battery. We also added a one touch silicon button for temperature control based on the feedback we received on our last batch of gloves. The gloves still can be run with our Stickman wireset through a jacket so the battery weight can be moved off the wrist, but on request the cuff was added so the gloves can be run of an individual battery in the cuff. Now you don't need to worry about disconnecting your glove from the wire when removing the liner or moving around for everyday tasks.
Temperature control was highly requested based on the feed back on the gloves from last year, so we incorporated the same button from our heated vests to the MOTIONHeat glove liners. You can now turn the gloves on and off by holding the button for 2 seconds. While the gloves are on, you have high, medium and low setting for the temperature.
The Low setting is closest to normal body heat at 30°C and will give you a run time of 8 hrs.
The Medium setting at 40°C is what most people would find warm and gives a run time of 5 hrs.
The High setting comes in at a toasty 50°C that feels like your hands are next to a campfire and will run for 3 hrs.
Features & Info
- Instant Heat using woven carbon fiber heating elements
- Full finger coverage as the heating element is around the perimeter of the glove
- One touch variable temperature control
- Ability to the mount the batteries in the glove or elsewhere