Oxford Heated Hot Grips - Commuters
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Customer Reviews for Oxford Heated Hot Grips - Commuters
Oxford heated grips
As always a 1st class service from sports bike shop and delivery was super fast and fitting is so easy my hands are lovely and warmRead more
Brilliant addition to the bike enabling riding during the colder months. I couldn't believe how effective they are. Easy to installRead more
Oxford Hot Grips - Wouldn't be without them
I've had a few 'hot grips' over the years. These are as good as ever, really warm for my commute. Excellent value for money and good solid feel to them. I rate them highly and would buy them again tomorrow.Read more
1. Too much of unsightly cabling to fight with. 3x 2 core for controller + 1 thick flex for grip. Where to hide all that on your handlebar? Looks very DIY-ish! 2. Switch and bracket poor quality and won't fit together nicely. Plus bracket started to discolour and rust after the first rain. 3. Throttle tube got stuck halfway up so had to butcher it off and refit original. So was riding around with half heated grips until the controller gave up as well. 4. Obviously voided my warranty along the way so won't even ask for refund just have to swallow the disappointment. Do yourself a favour and buy one with throttle tube and save yourself all the hassle.Read more
The build quality isn't great, the sockets that connect the grips to the switch are flimsy, and I had to modify to maintain a constant connection. There isn't enough cabling to properly route them through with the loom, there is just enough to have them routed through under my left hand fairing. On the other hand the cabling from the grips to the switch is way too long and I'll probably cut them down at some point for a tidier finish. They have three settings, 'hot', 'off', and 'might as well be off'. Unlike others in the range, they don't have the auto shut off, so they need to be wired in a switched live if you don't want to risk leaving them on and getting a dead battery. Rubber grips feel good, and are an improvement over stock grips. Overall they work and keep your hands toasty - I'd probably get the more expensive options with the more variable switch and auto shut off if I was going to buy them again.Read more
Fitted these to my ajs tempest scrambler they work ok making cold rides bearable. Take a while to heat up, tight to fit but good value .Read more
Great for the price - YBR125
Bought these for my girlfriends YBR125. Knowing the smaller bikes don't have great batteries, thought this would be a better option. Didn't seem to pull too much from the battery. Sat at idle for 10 mins with them on high setting and didn't effect the bike at all. Fitting took about 20-30mins from start to finish if you know roughly what you're doing and are OCD about wires like I am. Heat is ok. Definitely warmer than nothing, but wouldn't see them getting TOO hot. That may have been down to the bike though. She's yet to ride with them so will see how they handle then. Have Oxford premiums on mine which get a lot hotter but that's on a 700cc so can draw more from battery. Definitely worth it for just shy of 40 quid.Read more
Nice and warm
Not used em on my bike yet as I'm waiting to get my full license to put em on my big bike, but I've used them before on somebody elses CB500F whilst doing an assessment and they do the job well, my hands were cold but turn them on and they were toasty warm.Read more
This was a gift for my husband. He was very happy with the quality of the product. I was happy with the speed of delivery especially as it was ordered just a couple of days before Christmas. Delivery arrived exactly when I was told it would. Thank you.Read more
Product didn't even work
I would like to say the quality and performance of this product was good. But the grips that have been sent to me don't work. Hopefully the company will send me a new pair and I will be able to fairly review this product as I have heard many good things!Read more
Press Reviews for Oxford Heated Hot Grips - Commuters
Oxford Heated Hot Grips - Commuters
- Discreet moulded wiring
- 1-piece moulded construction
- Soft, ultra-grippy rubber for comfort
- 2 way high / low switch
- Zero back drain current
- Can be wired to ignition
- Weather resistant heat controller
- Suitable for 22mm handlebars
- Draws under 3.2A
- Fitting bracket included
- Length: 126mm / 114mm
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
The description says two way switch, high and low I presume there is an 'off' option?December 29, 2017
The grips do have an off option.
What is the difference between the commuter hot grips and the touring hot grips please.December 12, 2017
The Commuter grips have two heat settings, the premium touring grips have 5 heat settings, and the Advanced grips have 9 heat settings. The Commuter grips do not have the battery saving mode.
Are these suitable for pedal bikes?November 27, 2017
These grips need a 12v power supply so would not be suitable for a bicycle.
I have a Honda shadow 125 on a 2006 plate and need to know which hot grips would be best suited to my bike. Thank youOctober 30, 2017
As long as your handlebars measure 22mm then you will be fine. The best thing to do is to measure the length of the grips that are already fitted to your bike, and purchase the grips that require trimming the least. The uncut and maximum cut lengths are shown on the website on the different types of Oxford grips.
Will these fit a year 2000 Fazer 600?November 13, 2013
Provided the handlebars are 22mm, the grips should fit fine.
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