Keis G102 Heated Inner Gloves
Electrically heated inner gloves from KeisView full details
Customer Reviews for Keis G102 Heated Inner Gloves
Thick, your gloves need to be at least a size too big, probably 2 sizes. Well made, come up huge, I normally wear a Medium and had to buy XS. There is barely any noticeable heat when plugged in.Read more
Not great, but...
The sizing is massive, but I couldn't find any heated gloves designed specifically for women (so might be alright for men) I ordered a small and they're wayyy to big. I'm going to have to order another pair of winter gloves in a much bigger size just to fit them in. I can't say I notice the heat much, but my fingers don't go numb from the cold anymore so that in itself is a result.... buuuut I do get pain in my fingers from the tightness of fitting mssive gloves into my normal ones. One step forward, two steps back.Read more
My personal opinion is they're not much more than an extra layer, I couldn't feel any heat from them. Item returned regretfully.Read more
Works well, but sizing is way off usual sizing
If it wasn't for the weird sizing I'd score it higher. Like other reviewers stated doesn't get really hot but instead keeps hands from getting cold. When really cold these bad boys come out as I suffer with cold hands when riding. Works with the heated vest well.Read more
Toasty warm Hands
Simply awesome and a excellent alternative to a more expensive heated glove. Excellent quality. Easy to use.Read more
Be aware . Keis come up big
I bought these as I had ideas of wearing them under my summer gloves. I am normally a medium to large and according to Keis sizing guide I should be a medium I bought these, they were far too big. Exchanged for a small, still too big. SBS didn't have XS so I got them from another company .and these were then too chunky to fit under my gloves. As usual no problems returning to SBS I gave up in the end and got a pair of Keis G701 shorty gloves instead . And again had to get a small whereas I'm normally a large/medium. Brilliant but gutted as SBS reduced them by £40 a week later in Black Friday.Read more
Great item, worth it for winter.
Tried them in conjunction with the oxford heated grips and, well, wow! Absolutely brilliant. The heating elements are down the sides of the fingers so it really works well in the colder weather to keep your fingers warm. I wear a 2XL in normal gloves and a L in the heated liners. The connections seem a bit strange as there is no way to secure them within my jacket but once everything is on there are no problems with it whats ever. The connections are rock solid and appear to be watertight, but at present its been dry and cold while I've been out.Read more
Good quality but too big.
Obviously quality gloves - well made. But like previous reviews, I bought a pair two sizes smaller than my usual and they are still too big!Read more
I wore these recently without insulated gloves and they kept the cold at bay. The temperature was 3 degrees outside, without factoring wind chill. The sizing is correct according to their size chart. Something that this not advertised, but is a true benefit is the amount of amperage that these gloves draw, which is extremely low being under 1 amp for the pair at full load, by comparison Gerbing gloves draw around 3 amps at full load (heat output is subjective but having owned both Keis is clearly hotter). This may not be important to most however if you are using these liners from a battery this makes a massive difference to the run time of the liners, essentially you could run these liner gloves at max load for an extended period of time, for example a 5AH battery could be run at full load for close to 5 hours, now factor in a well-insulated glove and the run time could easily increase to 8-12 hours, if you factor in decrease the power level/amperage output, as the gloves would retain most of the heat. With this in mind Keis is ideally positioned for bikers with Electric motorbikes and combustion bikes but also for the micro-mobility world, given that a 10AH battery is the size of a 1.5L water bottle, and would fit comfortably in a rider's rucksack. Extremely pleased.Read more
Press Reviews for Keis G102 Heated Inner Gloves
Keis G102 Heated Inner Gloves
- Micro Alloy Fibre Technology
- Made from lightweight stretch material
- Powered by bike or rechargeable power pack
- Vehicle power supply lead included
- Option to connect through X6 / X10 Vest (additional leads required)
Constructed from lightweight stretch material, these heated motorcycle under gloves are ideal for keeping your hands warm while wearing your favourite over gloves. The gloves come complete with all you need to power from your bike, 12v vehicle or rechargeable Li-on battery (Li-on battery pack optional extra). Also, the Keis X6 vest incorporates specific integrated power sockets to power Keis heated under gloves. To connect the under gloves to these dedicated sockets you need 2 glove connection leads which are available separately. Be prepared for any weather!
|Palm Width CM||18-20cm||20-23cm||23-25.5cm||25.5-28cm|
|Palm Width Inches||7-8||8-9||9-10||10-11|
|Construction Features||Electronically Heated, Thermal|
Forget heated bike clothing as it used to be, the Keis range uses the latest Encapsulated Element Technology to deliver reliable, instantly controllable, even heating - both on and off your motorbike. Light, thin, flexible, breathable and fully washable are just some of the features Keis heated clothing boasts. With the option of rechargeable power packs the wearer can also benefit wherever they are; wonderful, wireless, winter warmth!See all Keis products…
Questions and Answers
Can the G102 heated inner gloves be connected to the J501 heated jacket? if so are additional leads/and or temperature controller required? please advise.December 10, 2019
The J501 Jacket has built in cables stored in the jacket sleeves; these simply connect directly to the sockets provided on each glove. Unfortunately, you are unable to connect a temperature controller to the heated gloves and the gloves will constantly run at their optimal temperature.
Does this come with battery pack?if not, what battery pack can u buy with this?May 14, 2019
A battery back is not supplied with the inner gloves, but they do come with wiring to connect to the motorbike battery. They can also be used with a Keis battery, but this would need to be purchased separately.
If you want to connect a battery to these, how do you control the heat setting ?January 22, 2019
You would need to connect the gloves to a Keis Light Weight Controller, although this is not necessary as the gloves are designed to retain your body heat, as opposed to heating your hands.
I have the x25 jacket. I know this will power the gloves too but will my wireless controller lower the power in the gloves too?October 12, 2018
The wireless controller is only compatible with Keis Heated Jackets and Vests. If the inner gloves are connected to your X25 jacket, the gloves will emit their own independent heat.
Can I use these gloves (connected to a lighter socket) whilst driving a car?September 18, 2018
These inner gloves can be connected to a car's 12V socket using the optional Keis Accessory Plug Lead. As the gloves are designed to be worn under an armoured pair of motorcycle gloves, with wind chill a factor; we would recommend purchasing the optional Keis Light Weight Controller. This will control the heat if you find the gloves too warm.
Is there any way to power these gloves from a USB socket? I've got one already installed on my bike (also a cigarette lighter style socket )September 17, 2018
Unfortunately you are not able to power the inner gloves from a USB socket. You can from a cigarette lighter socket, you will require the Keis Accesory Plug lead.
How long is the 'Y' shaped lead? Is it long enough to fit the wire down the length of the sleeve and go round your back (so you are able to put your jacket on and off without removing cables)? If not I imagine the insole Y lead would be long enough and compatibleAugust 10, 2018
One side of the supplied lead measures 55 inches, and the other measures 72 inches.
Do you need to use a controller with these gloves? Some of the reviews, where a controller is commented, say best use on low setting. Would they be too hot without a controller? Thanks in advanceFebruary 6, 2018
You do not need a heat controller for the inner gloves, they do not get as warm as outer gloves, and provide a more gentle back ground heat.
How long do the gloves stay heated when running on a battery pack? Thanks.January 3, 2018
his depends entirely on the number of the garments powered, the power setting used and the battery condition. As a general guide take the battery capacity in mAh and divide by 1000. For example a 2200mAh battery is expressed as being 2.2 Ah. Then take the consumption of the garment and divide this into the battery capacity. If the garment draws 1A then the battery should last around 2.2 hours. Remember that generally the controllers cut consumption by 33% on medium and 66% on low so this will extend battery life accordingly.
Do these inner gloves come with an integrated heat controller? If not, is the "Keis Heavy Duty Temperature Control Unit" sold here the right one to get? https://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk/motorcycle_parts/content_prod/101508December 1, 2017
The inner gloves do not come with a heat controller. Keis state that the heavy duty controller can be used with all of their items apart from those with a built in controller, such as the X800i gloves.
Hi, I have an X25 jacket (which is great by the way), do these plug into the sleeves on the jacket or do I need to use a separate connection onto the battery?December 1, 2017
The inner gloves (or outer gloves) will plug into the power output on each sleeve.
I'm thinking of buying the liners and a single battery pack for cycling. I understand the liners come with a Y cable to plug both into the single battery pack. But how does the whole thing set up? Where is the battery pack supposed to be attached? Does the cable run all the way along the arms? Thanks.October 12, 2017
The gloves are supplied as standard with a 'Y' shaped lead which plugs directly in to the battery pack itself. Each side of the Y piece runs down a sleeve. The battery would need to be in a pocket.
I'm a bit confused as to what is needed to get these working with the battery pack. Presumably one battery is needed per glove, but your faq says just one is required? Can you explain how both gloves are powered from one battery?September 5, 2017
The gloves are supplied as standard with a 'Y' shaped lead which plugs directly in to either the lead from the bike battery (also supplied with the gloves) or the battery pack itself.
Hi, Iv'e got an X25 jacket which has the glove lead connections in the sleeve. i'm looking at the heated inner glove and if I use them with the jacket, does the jkt. temp. controller then control the temp. of the gloves? My thinking is that with the jacket set on low, which is usual for me, the gloves may not be warm enough. Thanks J.M.February 2, 2017
You would need to run a separate temperature controller for the gloves.
Hello I've just received my Keis heated under gloves from you, i need to buy the Keis battery packs, do you sell them ?April 26, 2014
The battery packs can be found as a related item on the Keis inner gloves page.
Do I need to buy the inner gloves and then one or two battery/charger packs (one for each glove?.January 25, 2013
The gloves are supplied with the necessary wiring required to hard wire them to the bike. Should you prefer the optional battery pack, just one battery/ charger pack is required.
Are these inner gloves fitting as normal cotton or silk inner gloves or are they taking more space?November 27, 2012
These gloves are thin, being more like a cotton glove taking very little space under the main glove.
Do you sell the leads from the gloves separate?November 26, 2012
Please follow this link for the power leads.
Does the whole glove heat up or only parts of it? Does it warm the back of the hand to the ends of the fingers or just the palm?October 27, 2012
The elements run down the sides of the palm and individual fingers as opposed to over the back of the hand or across the palm.
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