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In case anybody is wondering, with 10% off mine were $266 US.

And they look pretty nice too. What do you guys think of the price? Is £180.43 reasonable?
Reasonable or worth the price is up to you. For me, living in Minnesota, it's absolutely worth it. We have a short riding season already, and heated grips will add a lot of extra riding spring and fall for me, where I probably just wouldn't otherwise go out. It'll also make those cool morning starts much more bearable.
 

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Added to my order too. £180 is ok for heated grips, although I firmly believe that there should be no VAT on them as they're a safety product. More chance of me becoming pope than the Government knocking off the VAT though.


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I just rode a snowmobile for the first time with heated grips, and now I'm a believer too :D It was -10F, and we were going upwards of 50mph for stretches at a time and my hands never got cold!! (posted in wrong thread before!)
 

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If you dealer says they can't find it the Part number is 96680421A
If there like the grip on the multi you will have low, med and high heat settings. On the Multi once the engine is running you use the red starter button to change heat settings.
 
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