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I tried out my new Techniche Heating Vest on a ride this evening.

The temperature outside was 33 degrees F, but with this vest, you could have sworn that it was 35.

No, actually, the vest kept me quite toasty. I'm very pleased.

And it looks good too, which is always important. 8)
 

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That's an interesting idea. Let us know how many hours you get out of the heating elements.
 

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I always thought the electric gear that connected to your bike did a better job, but to each his own!
 

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Vintage B said:
I tried out my new Techniche Heating Vest on a ride this evening.

The temperature outside was 33 degrees F, but with this vest, you could have sworn that it was 35.

No, actually, the vest kept me quite toasty. I'm very pleased.

And it looks good too, which is always important. 8)
That is an interesting concept but I'll take my electric jacket liner with a thermostat controller and dial in my desired temp. yea I know it's not portable but I'm just gonna half to suffer, course my electric gloves work pretty good also..... :lol:
 
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