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KEIS, new brand of heated motorcycle clothing

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Jan '08
The word on a new brand of heated motorcycle clothing.

Heated bike wear is recognised as the most effective way to stay warm as the temperature drops, but until now the relatively high price has prevented its widespread use. KEIS is new brand of heated motorcycle clothing that offers the latest technology at a price that makes it accessible to the majority of riders.

Spearheading the range is the fleece-lined zip-up Bodywarmer that may be worn on or off the bike. It is fitted with carbon-weave panels over the kidneys and chest, which provide even temperatures, heating up to 65ºC when connected directly to the motorcycle battery.

The woven conductive panels provide the heat, removing the need for traditional wire elements, making the KEIS Bodywarmer lighter, more comfortable and above all more reliable than traditional garments of this type.

Because no wires are used, it is possible to hand wash and drip-dry the product without affecting its performance.

Owners wishing to adjust the temperature can invest in a 5-level control unit that is designed to provide adjustable heat from 40º – 60º when the Bodywarmer is powered from a 12V source on the motorcycle.

KEIS even offer a rechargeable battery pack, with adjustable temperature settings, so the Bodywarmer may be worn off the bike – ideal for winter sports, hiking, etc.

insidebikes.com


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