Motorcycle Heated Jacket Comparison

We put our Deluxe Motorcycle Heated Jacket Liner (GT40) to the test by directly comparing it to a competitor’s heated jacket.  As you can see, Venture Heat’s 12V Motorcycle Jacket Liner reached maximum heat much quicker, does not have any hot spots and provides evenly distributed heat throughout the entire jacket liner.

Check out our full range of Heated Motorcycle Clothing.

Inside Look at Heated Clothing Technology

Inside every one of our heated apparel products contains the technology to keep you warm for hours on end.  Gone are the days of running coils through mazes within the clothing added bulkiness and limited mobility.

We use micro-alloy fibers for heating panels in our 12v Power Sports line, which provide durability, comfort and allows for more electrical current to travel through, thus improving heating efficiency.  The micro-alloy fibers are ideal for larger heating surfaces while still being able to withhold a larger power supply – perfect for our 12 volt jackets, vests and pants.  The micro-alloy fiber also provides enough strength to reach full heating capacity in under 10 seconds.

Mirco Alloy Fiber for Heating Clothing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As for our battery heated clothing, we use carbon fiber wiring which was initially designed for aerospace applications.  The carbon fiber wiring is great for smaller areas with a slightly less power supply (7 volts for our batteries) but is still flexible enough so you never feel the heating panels. Even though the heating panels are a touch smaller than our power sports line, they are strategically placed through the garment to keep your core warm.

Carbon Fiber for Heating Clothing

Fun fact: did you know that there are more than 3,000 threads of carbon fiber in the above photo?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of our Heated Panels

Our heated panels are durable enough to roll and throw around with compromising heat transfer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VentureHeat Podcast Feature

Our very own Powersports Manager was featured in this podcast interview on Electric Koolaid for the Road.  Tune in to hear him discuss our heated gear and how it helps  you keep warm and comfortable on your ride.

The guys from Electric Koolaid for the Road are long time, long distance riders and are some of the nicest guys around.

Listen to the whole podcast here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bird29/2013/12/18/peter-otoole-and-bikes-warm-clothing-for-cold-rides-its-koolaid-time

Enjoy!

(Jeffery jumps in at about the 20:00 mark.)

Discovering Wireless Transmission and New Gear

1895 Pontecchio, Italy – As young Guglielmo fidgeted with his super secret device, he probably had no idea what type of technological storm he was about to unleash upon the world.  Just an adjustment here and the world’s first wireless signal would be sent to a receiver a mile an a half away.

The Genius of Wireless Communication

Well Played Marconi, Well Played

That one signal would allow civilization to order pizzas from their homes, stalk each other on Facebook and even send text messages on the freeway at 73 miles per hour.  What Guglielmo Marconi discovered was a new way of transmitting of communication between human beings.  Before we relied on the human voice, print and messages that had to be carried over miles and miles of wires via the telephone.  Now messages could be carried those same distances seemingly in thin air.

One year later Marconi traveled to England with the hopes of showing British telegraph authorities of adopting the new technology for improving communications across the country.  When W.H. Preece, chief engineer of the British Post-office of telegraphs saw what Marconi’s transmitter could accomplish the stage was set for a rapid explosion of wireless communication.   Just 31 years later phone calls could be made from England to the United States. In 1946 mobile phones were now being used in cars.

Yes… people were making calls from their cars and annoying people well before the cell phone ever came into use.

Just over 100 years later we can perform all sorts of functions with wireless signals.  Think about how earth shattering this invention could be.  Now you can completely ignore your family while arguing with people on the internet while using your IPad in a restaurant.  All with Marconi’s discovery.

But there’s one truly helpful, relevant application that Marconi’s discovery of radio waves has created:  the ability to change the heat settings in your heated clothing with a wireless remote.

Good use of wireless communication

Good use of wireless communication

Don’t believe me?  Check out how this works with the New Grand Touring Collection line of 12V gear by clicking here:  GTC

Sources –

Guglielmo Marconi – Biography

http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1909/marconi-bio.html

John Wiley.com.au – A History of Wireless Technologies

http://media.johnwiley.com.au/product_data/excerpt/95/04708494/0470849495.pdf