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    What is the best heated jacket 2019?

    My Tour Master Synergy 2.0 heated jacket liner has died. It did very well since 2010!!!
    What are you using?

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    I have been very pleased with my Gerbings, both on the bike, and on the ATV when plowing snow.

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    Gerbing has (or used to have) a lifetime warranty and I know many who have used it.
    I'm going to a CycleGear Bike Night on 12 Feb and check out a brand called HotWire. My needs are pretty minimal.
    The local motorcycle cops/Sheriffs use this brand.
    I'll report back my opinions.
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    I found a nice one on AMAZON. It's made for snow machines. Really keeps me warm. Heat coils front sides & back. Cost under $50 bucks.

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    under 50 share the info please

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    Quote Originally Posted by olegoat345 View Post
    I found a nice one on AMAZON. It's made for snow machines. Really keeps me warm. Heat coils front sides & back. Cost under $50 bucks.
    Quote Originally Posted by markstriumph View Post
    under 50 share the info please
    Aye! Brand, style, electric source, web link....etc!

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    I thought we were talking about the best not the cheapest.

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    I've used my Hot Wire gear, pants and jacket for 4 years now in temps down to zero. Never had to turn it up more than half power. Works great for me.
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    AMAZON has a bunch of them. Check the ratings. The one I got has a small battery (about the size of a box of cigs. but not as thick), w/ charger, says it'll last 3-5 hours depending on setting, 3 settings. It kept me very comfortable on low, for 2+ hour ride, I turned it off after that. Mine has heat coils in the front, chest & belly area, sides, back & shoulders. In the photos, it's black w/ red circles showing the heat areas. Don't remember the brand name, it's up at my shop w/ all my other riding gear. It's after 12 midnight here & I'm not going up there. I'm afraid the boogie man might get me.

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    I have a Fist Gear Heated Jacket Liner and Gloves. I have had them for about 10 years. I am very pleased with the performance of both the jacket liner and the gloves. First gear has a separate heat controller which I have hard wired into the bikes electrical system. The jacket liner has full sleeves and It puts out a lot of heat. Also you can wear the liner as a windbreaker when off the bike, just put the cord in the pocket and no one can see its a heated liner. First Gear is not anywhere close to the cheapest but it is durable and it works.
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