Oxford Heated Premium Hot Grips - Sports
Customer Product Reviews
Awesome as always!
Awesome as always! My go to seller for most motorcycle accessories. Brilliant price, brilliant service etc. The heated grips aren't bad either. I find these to be better than the newer model with ( 9 modes I think? ) more heat settings. I've fitted these to every bike I've owned, and wouldn't go with any other make.
My second set of these grips from SBS. A well-made, reliable product that works well. Used them on a chilly July(!) ride across the Staffordshire last week and they helped to keep my hands toastie warm. Check your existing grips before you buy/fit as they do come in various lengths and diameters, but get that right and there should be no issues. And with the SBS back-up you can't go wrong!
The standard by which others are measured
Bought to replace the ones I had fitted to my GSX-S1000 from new, which after three and a half years (and nearly 30,000 miles in all weathers) were a bit worn; also the right-hand grip had developed a crack. Haven't fitted them yet, as I'm trying to get through a British summer without them, but I know from experience that these are the only grips I have used that can be relied on to keep your hands useable in various temperatures right down to zero. The sport grips on these replacement ones I have just bought, feel better in the hand than the touring version I had fitted previously, which were great but had a thicker feel.
Great grips, no fuss mounting them
Fitted these on my VFR750 (-97) without any problems. Had to shorten the right one just a few millimeters with a knife, an easy task. A nice feature is the ability to adjust the heating effect in steps. Also: Good friction and comfort.
At last, warm hands!
Usual excellent service from Sportsbikeshop. I ordered two sets of these grips for my bikes, one had a slight flaw. I returned the falty pair and ordered a new set, the whole transaction was efficiently dealt with. Fitting the grips was quite simple, I took my time routing the wiring. I would recommend anyone watch Oxford's very concise YouTube tutorial beforehand.