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!
Battery Tender Adapter Set - This is a 2 adapter set of cables to convert the Battery Tender battery harness and Battery Tender device to Coax connection making it easier to use and to make it easierr to plug our heated gear into. Everyone knows that for the old style SAE connector to make a good connection it needs to fit tight. Those who have had the experiance knows what a pain it is to unplug the connection. By putting these cables on and leaving them you now have a more efficient connection and yet one that unplugs without damaging your hand or the bike.
Warning: If you are going to do this then swap the fuse in the Tender cable with the one you received with the Heat-troller battery harness, so it will handle the draw. You need at least 15A fuse in the battery harness.
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
Posted by m.w.adams on 23rd Dec 2015
I use one of these for my jacket liner and gloves...with the pouch..I clip it to my fairing..where it is in easy reach...I have no problems..even with my thick gloves on..with turning the knobs even though they look small...I'll be getting another on soon for my pant liner and socks...
Posted by Christopher Siano on 18th Oct 2015
What a great little control box. First, it is very easy to mount on the handlebars, so it is easy to reach. The velcro provided does allow the controller to move a little, but it holds strong.
The AAA batteries should last quite some time. I replaced the included version with Lithium so that they will operate in the cold more reliably.
Mine came pre-paired, so all I had to do was install and use. Took no time at all.
The heat comes on at about 1/3 power as soon as you connect the power. Once you turn on the remote, it takes over. But, if you want to have the heat off, you need to turn it on and off Not a bad design, but something you need to be aware of.
If anything, the power lead is a little short. I had to add an extension to reach my power port.
This is a well thought out and well executed controller and once you plug it all in, you don't need to fiddle with your clothes again.
Posted by Tait on 25th Sep 2015
You just wire this into your Warm & Safe jacket and plug into the battery harness. Mount the remote controller somewhere convenient and you are ready to go. Took me all of 10 minutes. Works like a charm!
Posted by Dale on 16th Aug 2015
My neighbor sold my on trying W&S products and I'm glad I took his recommendation. I used it this past winter on the non-slick days. I installed my controller on the '14 Victory Vision's hydraulic clutch reservoir's cover (left hood and loop there for summer) and rotated it slightly for the LED visibility. It's low profile is great and doesn't interfere with normal vision or looking at the mirrors. I'm temps down to 30F I have yet turned it beyond 2/3 range with W&S winter gloves and for the 10-weeks of casual riding I was still using the original battery. Greatly pleased with the product and wireless is the best way to go. handlebars are cleaner looking.
Posted by Ray Nicholls on 5th Aug 2015
My wife and I recently purchased a couple Dual Remote Control Heat-trollers. It's summer and we've only used them a couple times, but we really enjoy dealing with less wires.
The Dual Remote Control Heat-trollers work great with no wired connection to the controller.