We are constantly making our products better. To thank you for your loyalty, if you have any older versions of OUR Heated Liners, you can get a discount by agreeing to send the old one in for the newest design. If you have one made by some other company, you can trade that in also but not for as much of a discount. But still it is a way to get rid of less quality product.
You place the order, you will get an RMA and instructions on returning the old item or how to destroy it. If it is an item that must be returned as part of the trade in and you need to keep it until you get the new one, please tell us when you place the order.
Only items you trade in get these prices.
New Waterproof & Breathable Heated Liner using Gelenots!
90 Watts of Heat using our NEW Soft Heat Pure Science Heating Method
Reflective "Illuminite" to keep safe at night when wearing it as a jacket (See Photo)
Waterproof Breatable Gelanots Stretch Panels on the outside to keep heat against the body
Anti-bacterial Stretch Panels on the inside to keep heat against the body
Locker Hang Loop and Chest Pocket
Pocket in Pocket Designed for to take the Remote Heat-troller
Single or Dual Controller Functionality
Tall Size is 2 inches (50mm) Longer Body, 1.5 inch (35mm) Longer Sleeves
All Our Heated Gear should be used with an optional Heat-troller™
Posted by Golden Carper on 22nd Mar 2015
As you can tell from the headline, I'm very impressed with this jacket. It fits snug, as heated gear should, and the sleeve length is perfect--which I was concerned about. Plug it in, drive off and you can feel warmth as you shift into second, when you shift into top gear the jacket is hot and you have to turn it down! This is not my only heated jacket, I have a Gerbing and First Gear, I bought the Warm and Safe because it's wind and water proof and I can wear it by it's self when the weather is cool in the morning and warmer later on. Get this jacket, you won't be sorry.
Posted by Mike on 29th May 2013
I was able to purchase a new warm and safe waterproof jacket using the trade-in option. It only took a couple of days after receiving my trade-in that they should be my new jacket. The jacket fit very snuggly and it was very nice to see that they have extended arms in order to fully cover the arms well riding a bike in the extended position. The jacket is very warm and provides heat throughout my body and arms and I cannot wait to use it on my Alaska trip.
Posted by Unknown on 13th May 2013
I had been a Gerbings customer for over 15 years and always thought I had the best heated gear money could buy until I moved to W&S. I had a failure on a 5yr old Gerbings Jacket and when I tried to send it to them for their lifetime warranty repair they said I had to have the original receipt or they couldnt honor the warranty. I pleaded with them asking "Who keeps an original receipt 5 years" and "Cant you tell its your product" and I'm a good customer purchasing over a half a dozen liners and gloves (for family) over the years", but to no avail. That made me start looking at the competition and Im glad I did.
After trying W&S I'll never go back. This product out performs the Gerbings Liners in everyway. Fit, comfort, amount of heat, distribution of heat, doubles as a nice jacket and now waterproof. I love it!
For the record, this is the first product review I've ever wrote.
Posted by Ethan L. Ungar on 20th Oct 2012
This is by far the best of the 3 heated jackets I have used. There are NO cold spots with this jacket. The jacket fits well and looks great. The temperature is fairly constant rather than cycling from too cold to too hot and back again as I ride in stop-and-go-conditions. The jacket works well as an unpowered liner and can be set reliably from low heat to mildly roasting at 30F (-1C).
A note on sizing--if someone is half way between sizes: for instance L/XL, I recommend the larger size (XL in this example).
Lastly, and most importantly, this company stands behind its products to the max--as I found out when Warm-n-Safe called me on a weekend to respond to a question I had raised that Friday afternoon on their help line.