Oxford Heated Premium Hot Grips - Touring

Heated grips specifically for touring bikes

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Verified Customer Reviews for Oxford Heated Premium Hot Grips

4.8
1119 reviews
Easy to fit and super hot
21 February 2024 by Ian G
I bought these to fit to my 2023 MT09. They were a good fit but I had to fit a washer to my bar end weight to avoid fouling the throttle side.

I didn't use the controller, I swapped the Oxford connectors on each grip for Yamaha male connectors and plugged straight into the Yamaha loom (they provide 2 x female connectors for their own grips). I can control the grips in the dash with 10 levels of heat.

The grips were the right length and perfect for the diameter. Super glue is provided to fix to the bars.
Style: Sports
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You get what you pay for
16 February 2024 by Kev
The heated grips themselves seem to work OK, however there are numerous areas that are quite cheap and nasty. The methods provided to mount on the bike are not "universal" and the only way I could get the heater controller to fit on my bike's bars was a cheap, thin bit of tin that fitted between only one bolt of the clutch bracket and had to be bent so that the controller faced the right way - why not supply a simple U-bolt and its own bracket? Also the electrical connectors were also cheap and nasty huge blocks of white plastic that you have to wrap in black electrical tape not just to hide these massive white blocks but also to offer some form of insulation and waterproof protection as they have to be fitted at the very front of the bike and hence exposed to the all the weather. A reasonable product let down by poor parts and finishings. A good job they were discounted and reasonably inexpensive.
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Proper hot
14 February 2024 by Philip B
Really simple to install, but pay attention to positioning. I very nearly covered my horn switch, only got away with it as I spotted it instantly before the glue set. Battery safety works well and on max they will melt your hands in summer gloves, so start high then put it on 50% to keep your hands nice. Better than the standard ones fitted on my GSA as these have more settings.
Style: Touring
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Oxford grips are a must!!
14 February 2024 by Chris
Oxford heated grips are a great addition to any motorbike.

I was desperate to get out and about but with the cold weather my hands were frozen within 10 minutes of riding, but what a difference a wee bit of heat makes. No excuses now
Style: Sports
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The good and not so good.
07 February 2024 by Christopher C
These heated grips work very well, the only downside is the quality of the electrical connectors as they are not weatherproof. It is likely they will corrode over time.
The ordering process was very good and delivery swift.
Style: Touring
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Oxford heated grips
05 February 2024 by Jonathan H
They were simple to fit with lots of extra wiring which I managed to tuck out of the way, fitted them to my Voge 300 rally and seem to be getting hotter with each use.
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Nice and toasty
30 January 2024 by Allan G
The Heated premium hot grip just fitted to my t100 bonny great bit of kit easy to fit, you just need to have a bit of patience with the throttle side this does take a time to file and sand down but stick with it well worth the effort.
Style: Touring
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Nice grips, low quality electrics
25 January 2024 by Anonymous
The actual grips feel quality and pump out loads of heat.

The electrical side of the product are poor. Plastic sheath over the controller wires doesnt securely fit to the controller box.
The electrical connectors are low quality and bent during assembly.

I shall solder all electrical connections at some point.
Style: Sports
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Oxford heated grips
22 January 2024 by Alan S
Great service and price. Delivery was spot on and the grips are keeping my hands very warm. Fitting was ok not overly difficult. The system is easy to use with good heat settings. More than impressed.
Style: Sports
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Excellent heated glives
02 January 2024 by Mervyn C
Well made and really good value. Easy to fit. Bought them for my GSX750R. The delivery from the Sportsbikeshop as usual was faultless.
Style: Sports
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Great grips
01 January 2024 by Clive S
Bought for my fazer 8. Easy to fit to the bike and work very well. Very good quality connectors. Fantastic.
Style: Sports
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Great product
01 January 2024 by Graham R
Grips plenty hot. Had to dial it down to 75% on 1st drive in the snow. Won't heat finger tips of course but I imagine the residual heat will keep them from freezing. Will find out when the commute starts again (it's New Year time). Cables plenty long. Doddle on my Honda - no cutting or trimming needed.
Style: Cruiser
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THE standard in heated grips
31 December 2023 by Lee W
Bought a pair of these for every bike I've owned. Superb value and easy to fit.
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The best heated grips
21 December 2023 by Graham
Still the best heated grips you can buy. Easy to fit and considerably warmer than the competition. Also a bargain price
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Oxford Heated Grips - Touring
21 December 2023 by Bill S
Easy fitting grips to an MT-09. (making the wiring tidy takes longer than fitting the grips tbh). Grips work well and have not needed to use above 50% heat this year so far. A game changer for comfortable riding in the cooler winter months. Good value too.
Style: Touring
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It doesn't heat
11 December 2023 by Anonymous
The controller is working , everything is working except it doesn't heat so it's useless.
Style: Touring
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Hot Grips vs The Cold
11 December 2023 by David H
Great addition to the bike. I've only had the chance to try it once before the wet winter kicked in but wore slightly thinner gloves in 5 degrees and I could feel the heat coming through. Handguards are recommended to reduce wind freeze and the tips of your fingers will still feel the cold but this helps get you out when you normally wouldn't.
Style: Sports
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Great product
11 December 2023 by Kevin S
Quality hot grips from Oxford. Easy to fit with everything required in the kit. Next day delivery from Sportsbikeshop.
Style: Touring
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Description

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

Questions and Answers

  • Will these fit a2016 and a2020 Yamaha XSR 900 please?

    February 6, 2023

    If your bars are 22mm, these grips will fit. However you will need to measure the length of your current grips, and then compare those to the measurements shown on each of the individual product pages to see which will be the best fit for your bike(s).

  • How long is the warranty of this product?

    October 29, 2019

    These Premium Hot Grips come with a 12 month warranty; whilst the Advanced Hot Grips are supplied with a 3 year warranty.

  • Can you tell me which Oxford heated grips I need for a 2007 Pan European ST1300?

    June 4, 2019

    Either the Sport or the Touring grips will 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.

  • Hi will these heated grips fit a Honda car 500ra (late 2018) many thanks will

    April 26, 2019

    These will 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. Usually this will be the Touring or the Sports version.

  • which version of the oxford heated grips will fit a Royal Enfield Himalayan?

    April 15, 2019

    As long as your bars are 22mm, you just need to compare the length of your standard grips to the maximum uncut and cut length of the grips on our website. The ones to choose are the item that requires least trimming to fit. For example, on the Touring grips, they measure 120mm, but can be safely trimmed to 110mm.

  • Are the touring and sports models also compatible with the 2019 model z900? If so, aside from maybe needing to trim the grips is the wiring all also long enough? and able to be hooked up to the ignition, for piece of mind?

    January 24, 2019

    Either the Sports or Touring grips will 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. As for the wiring, they come with a good amount of wiring to allow for fairings ect and can also be spliced into the ignition.

  • Hi. Will these fit a 2015 Kawasaki ER-6F ABS?  Thanks/

    January 10, 2019

    Either the Sports or the Touring grips are the ones to go for. 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.

  • Hi, I ordered a set of these for a 2009 Bonneville se, based on a spec sheet that said the bars are 7/8". I've just been looking on the Triumph owners forum, and there seems to be some debate as to whether the bars are 1" on later models. Can you tell me if these are the correct fit for my bike please?

    December 10, 2018

    If your bars are 22mm, these grips will fit. If the bars are 1 inch, the only Oxford grips that will fit are the Cruiser grips.

  • Hi. Would these grips fit a Yamaha XMax 300? I realise there is a Scooter model, but would prefer the additional heat settings if possible.  Cheers.

    December 4, 2018

    As long as your XMax has 22mm diameter handlebars these grips should fit. They may need trimming to fit, the maximum and minimum lengths are shown on the website.

  • I can have a Kawasaki zzrz400 performance sport. What are the best grips for my bike, thanks

    December 4, 2018

    Either the Sports or the Touring grips Should 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.

  • Hello, I have an NC 750x 2016 I was wondering which oxford grip would fit the bike. Thanks

    December 3, 2018

    The Sports or the Touring grips should 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.

  • Hi there, would these grips be compatible with the Aprilia 650 Pegaso (2004) I just bought? Thank you very much in advance

    November 19, 2018

    Either the Sports or Touring will 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.

  • Hi, just a quick question. Please could you let me know if these will fit my Honda CBF600? Thanks! Alice

    October 22, 2018

    Either of the Touring or the Sports grips will 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 these fit my honda vfr 750? plus yamaha xsr 700? Many thanks Jane

    October 2, 2018

    The Touring or Sports grips should 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.

  • Hi, I have a 2018 Sv 650 will these fit Thanks

    August 28, 2018

    Either the Sports or the Touring grips will 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.

  • Hi Which heated grips are best to fit a Harley Davidson Softail Fatboy 64 plate? Thanks.

    August 23, 2018

    If your handlebars have a diameter of more than 22mm, which we believe all Harley Davidsons do, you will need to purchase the Oxford Heated Premium Hot Grips - Cruiser.

  • Will these fit my Cbr600f 2011?

    August 6, 2018

    Either the Touring or the Sports grips will 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.

  • Which model is best for a V strom 650 2017 model? I am looking at either the adventure or touring models?

    May 2, 2018

    Either will 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.

  • Which model is best for a V strom 650 2017 model? I am looking at either the adventure or touring models?

    May 1, 2018

    Either will 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 these grips be suitable for 2017 ktm 390 duke

    April 30, 2018

    The Sports or the Touring will 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.

  • Would these (and if not these, which), fit my Bonneville America efi 2013?

    March 20, 2018

    Your bike has 1 inch diameter handlebars, so the only Hot grips that will fit are Oxford Cruiser Grips, which are designed specifically for cruisers.

  • Will these fit a Versys 650 2015?

    March 19, 2018

    These will be fine. The end of the grips may need trimming to fit - the maximum uncut and cut lengths are shown on each item.

  • Will these fit a Yamaha FZ1 N 2010

    February 26, 2018

    Either these or the Sports grips will 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 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 SA

    December 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 thanks

    November 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 help

    October 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 checking

    September 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 scooter

    August 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? Thanks

    February 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 Sid

    February 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

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