Oxford Heated Premium Hot Grips - Touring
Heated grips specifically for touring bikesView full details
Customer Reviews for Oxford Heated Premium Hot Grips - Touring
The only ones to get
Industry leading heated grips. The Touring ones seem to have more granular heat settings which is great. Easy installation and auto cutoff is fantastic.Read more
God bless these grips
Fitted these to a Fazer 600 (2008) the other week and I am so glad I did, what a difference it made to the ride. The heat kicks in after a few minutes after switch on. Makes my hand nice and warm. Took about an hour and a half to fit (including working out where to stick all the wiring).Read more
Means you can stay on the bike that little bit longer when it gets colder. Didn't manage to fit them myself despite trying as the glue was so runny it slipped into the throttle but fortunately didn't stick it together.Read more
Was for a birthday present and they loved it. Fit perfectly and keeps their hands nice and warm. Would definitely recommend.Read more
Easy to fit
Excellent bit of kit, easy to fit, hardest bit is removing your old grips. Good range of temps, -1.5C today, so finally turned them up to 100. Normally 50 or 75% is enough, they keep palms & most of fingers warm. Connected direct to battery, plenty of wire to hide! One slight criticism is the pins push out of white molex connectors, to fit, connect cabling then test, before tidying up & hiding all your cabling. I also modified the bracket to fit the control panel in a neater position on the top of the yolk rather than on the lever on the handlebars. - recommend - yes! would buy again for my next bike - Definitely!Read more
Warm fingers with Heated grips
Fitted the heated grips with minimal amount of hassle, fitted straight on to handle bars, easy wiring, looks great and now have warm hands even in this cold weather.Read more
Nice and toasty
What a excellent bit of kit, so easy to fit and unbelievable quality.Read more
Oxford Heated Premium Hot Grips - Touring
- Thicker rubber for high wear resistance
- 5 heat settings
- Rhombus tread for medium wear on upper
- Diamond tread where maximum grip required
- Raised buttons for use with gloves on
- Battery saving mode
- Handlebar switch bracket included
- Rain proof switch
- Draws under 4A
- Suitable for 22mm handlebars
- Length: 120mm / 110mm
Moulded wiring arrangement is both durable and discreet, 1-piece moulded construction ensures unrivalled performance and reliability. Grip design fits the vast majority of bikes, but can be cut down to size if required, intelligent electronic temperature control comes complete with mounting bracket Soft ultra-grippy rubber provides comfort and feedback.
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Questions and Answers
Will these fit a 2008 Triumph Speed Triple? He says the handlebars are 22mm. I want to buy suitable ones for his birthday.February 12, 2018
These or the sports grips be fine. The end of the grips may need trimming to fit - the maximum uncut and cut lengths are shown on each item. If you can measure the grips that are already fitted, the ones to purchase are the grips that require the least trimming to fit.
Will this fit 2006 Honda CBR 1000RR ?January 31, 2018
We would suggest measuring the current grips which are on your bike and then selecting the size which are the closest fit. The standard length and maximum trimmed length can be found within the description for each styled grip. Please also bear in mind that these grips are designed to be fitted to the standard 22mm handlebars.
Do I need the sports or the touring grips for a Honda 750 SADecember 21, 2017
Either will fit. The only difference is the maximum/minimum uncut and cut lengths, and the grip pattern. If you measure your grips and compare them to the sizes shown on the website, and order the size that is nearest to your grips.
Hello, are these size right for the Honda Shadow VT125 99?December 21, 2017
The Touring Hot Grips will fit all 22mm handlebars.
Are these suitable for a 2012 Honda CBF1000fa?December 12, 2017
The premium touring grips will be fine for your Honda.
will these fit on a Kawasaki z1000sx? Hubbys last bike had them already. Many thanksNovember 22, 2017
The Touring grips will fit with no issues - the ends may need trimming.
Hi Would the touring grips fit a Honda Varadero 1000 fuel injected? They're a present for my hubby and he is always around when I secretly try to measure the old grips on his bike! Please helpOctober 19, 2017
The Touring Heated Grips will be fine for your Honda (they may need trimming)
Just bought a 2011 Triumph Tiger - before I buy I take it this is classed as an adventure bike, just checkingSeptember 21, 2017
The Triumph Tiger is classed as an adventure bike, however we would suggest measuring the current grips which are on your bike and then selecting the size which are the closest fit. The standard length and maximum trimmed length can be found within the description for each style.
Am I right in thinking the only difference between the sport, touring, scooter and adventure is the length of the grip?September 1, 2017
The length and grip pattern is different between styles.
Would you choose your grips based on the length of your current factory fitted pair or maybe go a bit longer/shorter?September 1, 2017
We would suggest choosing the equivalent length grips that you currently have. Longer grips can be trimmed by approximately 5mm to fit.
What is the difference between the advanced hot grip and the premium hot grip?August 15, 2017
The advanced hot grips are a newer version with nine heat settings.The premium hot grips have five settings.
Would they be ok to use on a 125cc scooterAugust 14, 2017
As long as the bars measure 22mm the grips will fit - you will need to find somewhere to mount the control unit. A better option might be the scooter specific hot grips, quick find number 101833 which have a far smaller control unit.
can these be hardwired to the ignition? ThanksFebruary 13, 2017
These can be wired into the ignition, although if you do not hardwire them, and accidentally leave the grips on they will sense a drop in battery voltage and turn themselves off.
Hi there, I already have an Optimate charger fitted permanently to my battery terminals, will it be ok to fit your Hot Grips to the terminals as well . Thank's in advance SidFebruary 2, 2017
It will be fine to attach both to your battery terminals.
are these grips different diameter e.g. clutch side and twistgrip, as my Honda twist grip is a larger diameter than the clutch side.January 27, 2017
The throttle side will be a bigger internal diameter than the clutch side to compensate for the throttle tube.
Is this product compatible with a Kawasaki ER6N 2012?October 9, 2013
Unfortunately we are not supplied with a specific model application list for this product. The grips are suitable for 22mm bars and have a length of 120mm / 110mm