[SABMAG] Gerbings

schnowz schnowz at localnet.com
Thu Nov 29 19:29:59 PST 2007

   Actually I bought the Warm n Safe Heatroller and I'm very happy with 
it..even though they don't state the warranty period on the controllers
  It goes without saying I'd prefer to buy US vs Chinese made but I need 
history..and that is assuming that the Warm N safe CLOTHING is made in the 
  I believe their glove is fairly new and has carbon heating elements IIRC 
and I haven't seen any reviews of their clothing by riders that have worn 
them for 3 or more years. If you have either the glove or vest I'd like to 
hear your review..

  Pete S

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "E. Cohen" <ecohen at nc.rr.com>
To: "schnowz" <schnowz at localnet.com>
Cc: <sabmag at mit.edu>; <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 8:53 PM
Subject: Re: [SABMAG] Gerbings

> Who wants to buy gerbing's chinese made junk?  Go to www.warmnsafe.com
> and get the good US made stuff.
> =e
> On Nov 29, 2007 7:59 PM, schnowz <schnowz at localnet.com> wrote:
>>    I just received a Gerbing jacket liner and gloves. Evidently they are
>> wired for dual controllers and if you want to run them off one controller
>> you need to buy a splitter.
>>  I was shall we say a little pissed that there was no mention of this on 
>> the
>> website under instructions. It actually has instructions for an older 
>> style
>> jacket that has pigtails coming out.
>>  Anyway the thing I want to know from all you Gerberites is :
>> Are 2 controllers really necessary or can you balance the heat with one
>> controller by layering. I am talking about the classic gloves (not the 
>> the
>> G3's which I believe don't get as hot). I'm looking for info from guys 
>> that
>> are NOT running heated grips.
>> Also anyone have a cheap source for the connectors..
>> Please ping me off list as I'm on digest and wanna know what I have to 
>> buy
>> tomorrow.
>>  Thanks
>>   Pete Staniforth
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