A Whole New Platform Technology - Beyond Xtreme to Version X(i)-Remote!
This is the new Remote Controller Design with the 2 AAA Batteries and a bunch of new features such as visual response from the receiver
A dual heat-troller is not a two-fer. It is not for two people but to control multiple clothing on one person!
Replaces the Old Semi-Mount Remote Heat-troller and gives you a lot more for less work!
Yes it comes with the Battery Harness
YES OF COURSE - ALL HEAT-TROLLERS ARE WATERPROOF!
Size Receiver 2.5 x 1.75 x .5 inch, Control 2.35 x 1.3 x .75 inch
Want a Belt Pouch for the Dual Remote Heat-troller?
Posted by Chris on 19th May 2014
This is an upgrade replacing a non-remote controller. I LOVE it! I never found a good place to put the wired one. Half of the time it would slip off and dangle and blow in the wind. It came synced, and worked wonderfully!
Posted by Eric on 9th Apr 2014
I hated wired heat controllers - where to stick it on jackets, falling off, etc. This thing is just a wonderful idea and it's executed flawlessly. If I could give it ten stars I would.
Posted by brad on 18th Mar 2014
Great to be able to separate jacket and pants, as/when needed.
Fits in fairing pocket and is easily usable with gloves.
Posted by Trent Charlton on 13th Feb 2014
There are many times I will plug in without the troller for a little warmth but when the temperatures dig it nice to know that I can turn my gloves all the way up and my jacket to half power to or more depending on climate. I keep it mounted on my handlebar with some industrial strength Velcro I bought at Home Depot for $4 and I remove it in the summer months unless there is a chance I could ride into some inclement weather on one of my rides. Easy to change out the batteries and keep a few extras on hand just in case. My wife likes to keep her controller in her pocket.
Posted by novice_rider on 16th Jan 2014
originally I didn't believe that a remote controller would be necessary for my heated gloves. I though a physical in-line knob system that was not remote, would be just fine. But now that I guessed upwardly to the wireless version and have used it, I think that it was the wise choice. I can drive down the road and simply reach over to where it is hanging off my mirror and adjust the controls safely while driving. No reaching into my jacket or where it might be less safe to try and adjust a in-line system.