I had the heated grips installed a couple weeks ago and must say I'm very satisfied with have just use the low setting and they get very warm at 29 degrees a whole better than the ones I had on my rocket3 which after it got below 45 degrees wouldn't do much for u
I would most defintly recommend the victory grips to anyone
08 r3t traded for xr
06 rocket classic totaled
98 t-bird traded for rocket
73 sportster sold
72 honda 350 long gone
The wife got me some for our anniversary and I'm enjoying them immensely. Great for taking the chill off if the hands start to get a little cold or for keeping them toasty on a cold day. It's been in the 30's here this week and my hands have been good. I wish the wiring was a little longer though, I can see the individual wires under the jacketing on a 3" handlebar pullback.
Tried heated gloves with my previous bike, but the wiring was always a pain to deal with.
Last two long weekend bike trips happened to coincide with cold fronts where the temps didn't get out of the mid 50s on one trip and started in upper 40s with high in low 60s on the other (hey that is cold for Texas). Not super cold but would have been very chilly without proper layering and the heated grips, especially riding for 8+ hours a day.
I had my grips installed last year, but since then I changed out my bars on my own and would say I could have installed the grips easily myself.
2010 Victory Cross Country - Black & Chrome
2007 Honda VTX 1300 (Traded up)
2007 Honda VT750 Shadow (Traded up)
25 years without a bike :(
Honda CB 125, 360, & 550 in my youth, late '70s - early '80s
Just as a little added information. I use my heated grips on low even when it is not really very cold. I have diabetes and my circulation in my hands is not very good while my arms are extended. Using the heat adds much comfort to my rides.