Symtec Heat Demon Motorcycle Grip Heaters

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Symtec Heat Demon Motorcycle Grip Heaters
Symtec Heat Demon Motorcycle Grip Heaters
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Symtec offers the best Hand Warmer Kits on the market. The original idea for the hand warmers came from Symtec engineers to address the need to keep the hands warm while riding in cold temperatures. Symtec's hand warmer are used for Harley Davidson and Metric Motorcycle models. Because the hand is exposed to the cold air when pressing the throttle it can get very uncomfortable when riding in cold weather. However, Symtec Hand Warmers will keep your hands warm in even the coldest temperatures.

  • These are a great, must have accessory - 2 stage heated grips keep you comfortable and warm. Riding with these really do extend your riding season!
  • Superb quality made grip heater kit.
  • Fed up with harsh, hard rubber heated grips from other manufacturers? Then we have the answer. This quality kit allows the heating elements to be fitted neatly and discretely under the original manufacturer grips or your own favorites Easy to install, with 2 stage heat settings, the kit is suitable for all types of bikes, tourers, sports, and off road / enduro bikes.
  • The kit consists of two heating elements on flexible Mylar tape that attaches to your handlebar (clutch side) and throttle tube (throttle side) via permanent adhesive on the back.
  • The right and left heaters are different, to accommodate lower heat tolerance of plastic throttle tubes.
  • They draw 3 amps (36W) on the high position.
  • No external resistor or other parts are needed to install.
  • Available with either a 3-position (off, high, low) metal toggle switch or surface-mount round rocker switch These grip heaters provide you with an effective and convenient way to keep your hands and fingers warm, without having to use bulky and awkward winter gloves.
  • If you've never used heated grips before, you'll be amazed how much you do use them, once fitted and how you ever managed before!!
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Wetside

The throttle side, on High, gets hot hot hot before the clutch side can be felt much. But it is a thicker grip too. Be warned the instructions that came with mine were 100% wrong. The instructions on the makers website were also wrong. Red = Ground? Blue = High? White=Low All wrong. R=H B=L W=Ground.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 25 Contributor Verified Purchaser Top 50 Contributor MotoSport Staff Expert Top 100 Contributor
Location: Canby, OR
No Brainer

I install these on every bike I own. They don't put out as much heat as the more expensive grips with integrated elements, but I think that is due to the design, not a quality issue. The best thing about these heaters is that you can use any grip you want with them, you're not stuck with the oversized heated grips from other kits. Insulate your clutch side with electrical tape or heat-shrink tubing. These are more effective with steel handlebars than aluminum. A solid electrical connection is important, I always run them straight to the battery through a relay. Highly recommended!

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Northern California
Bad Instructions

The Symtec grip heaters work great, but what doesn't work is their directions. In the package you will receive instructions that call for the two red wires run to ground, two blue wires are low heat setting and the two white wires are high heat setting. This is Wrong!!!

The two Red wires are HIGH heat setting and the two BLUE wires are low heat setting and the white wires are grounded. Even Heat Demon's (Symtec) website clarifies this in their FAQ section and they apologized for the error in their instructions. Geez... Really? These instructions are just a simple one page white paper copy and you guys can't print new ones and include the right information in the package? Come on.......

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Symtec grip heaters

I was impressed with the quality of kit/components. After installing and ops check, I am pleased with result. Left grip does take a bit longer to reach temp of right, I used the enclosed heat shrink for left bar, but would add a second layer of insulation tape if I did it again. Overall, a solid improvement!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Toasty Hands

I use my gsxr600 as a daily commuter. It gets chilly sometimes (~30 degrees F). My hands use to freeze on my hour long commute. Purchased some insulated gloves, and realized I needed something more. These were it. Fairly easy to install. I had to use a rotozip (dremmel like tool) to bore a small hole in pot metal that holds the gauges for the high/off/low switch. Looks clean, hid the wires well, my hands have been warm for about 13,000 miles and still going strong. Best investment I've made for that bike.

TL;DR- Good Heaters, Easy Install, Seem to last, WOULD DEFINITELY PURCHASE AGAIN!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 500 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Location: Portland, OR, USA
It's nice to have warm hands!

These work really well. I installed them on a 2012 KTM 500EXC and they work well. My hands stay nice and warm on those cold rainy days. I generally use the low setting.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Sandpoint,id
Warm happy hands

Best heater on the market. Yes there are cheeper ones but the clutch side is always colder. Plus this kit removes the resistor wire. The wires are much heavier and less likely to break.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Hillsboro, OR
Very warm

these are awesome!! i ride year round and they are great when the cold weather hits. even on super cold days i find myself turning these things back down to low. highly recommended

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bikekid333 3 months 28 days ago
Can this kit be put a bike without a batery and just run it to the stator? or is more power required?
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 26 days ago
The kits that use a 4 level controller require a 12VDC power source, there is no way to hook them up without one.
The high/low kits can be set up on a bike that does not have a DC power source, but they are not necessarily designed to do so.
Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
jimm 1 year 10 months ago Location: sc
I ordered a set of these at check out I was given an option of square or round switch. I chose round. It has arrived and states ATV only will melt?
the throttle tube on a motorcycle. Will it melt the throttle tube or isit safe to install on my Harley>>>>??
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
If you ordered the Motorcycle Specific Grip heaters it should not melt your throttle tube. I would recommend giving us a call at 888-676-8853 so we can verify you received the correct kit.
Motosmokeater 2 years 2 months ago
Can you help me locate the instructions to install on my dirt bike? I misplaced them and can't seem to find them on the co. website. Thanks, Symtec Heat Demon Motorcycle Grip Heaters
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 3 months ago
You can find the installation video for the Symtec Heat Demon Motorcycle Grip heaters off this link:
Paolo 2 years 3 months ago Location: Minneapolis, MN, USA
Does this come with a mounting bracket for the switch?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This does not include a mounting bracket for the switch. Typically the switch is installed in a panel on the bike where a hole can drilled and switch can be inserted from the bottom. It has threaded retainer for this method of installation.
Bill 2 years 4 months ago
Where does the toggle switch usually mount?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 4 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Typically the toggle switch is installed in a portion of the fairing. This requires you to drill a hole in the bodywork for fitment. It ultimately depends what bike they are being installed on.
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