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First thanks for the news. I was awaiting heated grips for a long time (living in Belgium, it's very appreciated in winter).

I'll order it as soon as possible.

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Usually with heated grips the trick is to make them so they don't get TOO hot.
My friend has them and says they get pretty dang hot on the high setting.
 

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how warm do these actually get? are they worth the steep price?
I measured around 141* with them on for two min.

The steep price is because it comes with the throttle assembly.

If you prefer Oem integration and clean look it’s worth it. If not Oxfords work just as well


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i was strongly considering the indian ones for that clean look and ease of operation. I doo 100 miles round trip everyday and a little warmth at the hands would be really nice in the mornings.
 

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I fitted Koso Apollo heated grips (purchased from Revzilla) to my FTR1200S. The first ones were faulty, took a bit of persuasion before the seller would replace them.

The Kosos have a built in push button on the LH grip that changes color with each setting, no extra clutter on the handlebars.

I'd buy them again.
 
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