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post #1 of 4 Old Oct 1st, 2011, 8:55 am Thread Starter
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Has anyone had experience with Powerlet's heated jacket liners? Thinking about getting one for my wife. Mostly wondering if they provide as much warmth as a heated vest. Seems like the liners would be more comfortable with this new nano infrared technology they use.

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Re: heated liners

No experience with those, but my wife really likes her Gerbing heated vest.

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Check out warm and safe. They have special sizes for the ladies.
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Re: heated liners

I have had a Powerlet jacket liner for about three years. It has served me well, is very comfortable and seems to be made well. I have never owned a vest so I am probably not much help. I have never tried any of the other brands out there. I hear some of the "micro wire" models are better but I don't have any experience with them.


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