Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB
Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB

Heated Bicycle Gloves - Dual Heating | USB

€159,95 Sale Save
Size XS
Accupack 2.600 mAh

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Description

You are an active cyclist, but winter temperatures keep you from cycling all season long? Not anymore! BERTSCHAT® has developed a new cycling glove, so you will never have cold hands again! The gloves feature the Dual Heating technique, which heats each side of the hand from wrist to fingertips. 

Always the ideal temperature

With these Dual Heating cycling gloves, you always have the right temperature. Both sides of the hand are heated, the palm and the back of the hand. Both heating zones reach up to the fingertips, thus heating your whole hand. The two zones can be independently adjusted to three different heat levels, and this unique combination allows you to regulate the temperature at the push of a button.

Premium material

These cycling gloves by BERTSCHAT® are equipped with a water and windproof layer. You can enjoy warm hands even in the winter rain. Because the gloves are so supple, it is very easy to operate your gears. In addition, the extra protection in the palm of the hand gives you perfect grip on your handlebars.

The gloves are equipped with the breathable membrane HIPORA®. This is a waterproof and breathable layer which prevents water from the outside to enter the gloves but the moisture from the inside is drained away, so your hands will not get damp.

Powerful batteries

These cycling gloves can reach a temperature of up to 65 degrees in the right circumstances. They have a large heating surface. Because of this hey need very powerful batteries. When heating at the highest setting with both sides, the gloves can become extremely warm.

To reach these high temperatures much energy is used. Therefore, the batteries have a large capacity.

As a standard the gloves come with 7,4V - 2,600 mAh battery-pack. This pack contains the batteries, a charging block and USB-charging cable. This battery pack will let you heat the gloves for 1,5 to 8 hours depending on the heating position. If you need to warm your hands for a longer time or visit an area with extreme low temperatures, you can choose to take a 3,000 mAh or 3,800 mAh battery-pack.

If you need even more time to heat your gloves, the best option is to get a second battery-pack. The batteries are chargeable via USB so when one is empty, simply connect the second battery. The empty battery can be charged with a power bank. Both the extra battery set and the power bank can be ordered at reduced price as a combi deal.

Are you looking for other heated gloves? Click here to view the complete range of heated gloves.

Features:

  • Includes two rechargeable batteries (7.4V 2,600, 3,000 or 3,800 mAh) and charger.
  • Two large heating elements covering the entire hand, including fingertips - Dual Heating
  • Wind & Waterproof Layer
  • Hipora® waterproof and breathable membrane.
  • Touchscreen: You can use your phone/tablet with the cycling gloves.
  • USB- rechargeable
  • Extra protection for optimized grip.
  • Waterproof zipper with lockable compartment for batteries.
  • Smooth: ideal for operating your bike/scooter. 
  • Up to 8 hours of heating on a single charge
  • Unisex model

What is the right size for me?

The right size for your gloves can be measured easily. Spread your fingers as shown on the picture and measure the circumference.

Click the size chart to enlarge it.