Komine EK-205 7.4V Advanced Battery Heated Gloves

Komine EK-205 7.4V Advanced Battery Heated Gloves

(3 customer reviews)

AUD329.00

or 4 payments of AUD82.25 with Afterpay

The Komine EK-205 Advanced 7.4V Battery Heated Motorcycle Glove is now here!
A rechargeable battery heated glove that allows you the ability to plug into your bikes cigarette accessory to provide endless heat on those long rides or when you haven’t had a chance to re-charge the batteries. (accessory sold separately)

This stylish glove has a carbon fiber heating element that runs around the perimeter of the hands and fingers/fingertips to keep you warm and safe to allow you full function of your fingers on those winter rides.

The glove itself is constructed with a windproof/waterproof breathable liner and a thin layer of insulation all designed to get the most out of the heating elements and has 3 settings on the built-in controller.

Featuring touch screen capability as well as protectors on the knuckles, finger and carbon lateral slider this glove is incredibly comfy and offers nice dexterity for a winter glove.

A 7V rechargeable motorcycle glove that can also run off the bike is a great combination in a heated glove.

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Features

  •  Micro carbon fiber heater system
  •  Hard type of protectors on the finger joints and knuckles & Lateral carbon protector
  • Windproof, waterproof, breathable liner
  •  3 heating settings- low ・ medium ・ high
  •  Special leather sewn for touch panel operation
  • Inner knuckle protection
  •  Reflective logo
  •  Power switch
  • Foam padding
  •  Draw code
  • Anti-slippery silicone printing
  • Carbon slider
  • Pocket for battery
  • Batteries and Charger Included
  • Nice and warm without heating element on
  • Add a cigarette accessory for unlimited heat

Quality comes first! KOMINE is a traditional Japanese riding wear manufacturer. Our wide lineup allows matching in various situations. You’ll be able to find the item that best suits you from our huge range. Focusing on quality, affordability and safety!

You can also check out Komine’s range of accessories here.

 

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Additional information

Weight.8 kg
Dimensions25 × 20 × 3 cm

Reviews(3)

  1. Totally recommend these gloves bought a couple of years ago excellent for Tassy weather adventure riding👍

  2. My first pair of heated gloves. They put out a decent amount of warmth but I’ve got nothing to compare them to other than my unheated gloves and they’re definitely an improvement over those! I’d like even more heat but I’ve got Raynaud’s disease so I’m an extreme case. There’s enough warmth to maintain circulation in my fingers on my (urban) commute but I still have issues if I’m out on the open road in Winter. In my experience, the cigarette charger is not practical on a bike – the plug becomes disconnected by wind or vibration as soon as you pull away and it doesn’t seem to matter where or how you mount it. The only way I can get it to work is to stick it in the front pocket of my rear bag mounted on the back so it’s out of the wind and then it’s mostly OK but it’s not exactly convenient. That’s why I’ve knocked off a star. Interesting that to keep your hands warm you really need to pair heated gloves with heated grips because they don’t heat your palm, of course. They’re most effective when paired with some wind and water proof over-gloves, too. I use the ‘Rain-off’ gloves – superb. Otherwise, they’re pretty comfy and the battery lasts OK – it says 120 mins on high on the packet and that’d be about right I think. Would be great if you could charge them on the go, rather than having to plug them in. Don’t know how well they’d protect you in a fall but no heated gloves looks super-protective to me. They seem to mostly focus on providing heat but I may be being unfair about that – it’s just my impression.

  3. First heated gloves I have had and no complaints so far, enough heat to do the job but I am in a Queensland winter, down to 10 degrees and on the lowest heat.

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