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New Bosch Heated Jacket Product Reviews

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  • #197519
    svensshutters
    Pro
    Colorado Springs, CO

    Impressive indeed.

    #197660
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I ordered the Large size @dabbs

    Hope it fits ok, we will see in a few weeks.

    That’s the same size I ordered

    #197661
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Kewl, I guess the 4 Ah would last a lot longer though. I could be a good spare for those really tough winter days.

    Has anyone actually tried using a 4 Ah battery? You, @PI_Woodworker

    I thought I might try a 4.0 too……But not in the jacket pocket, I was thinking maybe it has a chance by using the belt clip??? No? Yes?

    #197665
    svensshutters
    Pro
    Colorado Springs, CO

    Kewl, I guess the 4 Ah would last a lot longer though. I could be a good spare for those really tough winter days.

    Has anyone actually tried using a 4 Ah battery? You, @PI_Woodworker

    I thought I might try a 4.0 too……But not in the jacket pocket, I was thinking maybe it has a chance by using the belt clip??? No? Yes?

    I don’t see why that would not work.

    #197669
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Kewl, I guess the 4 Ah would last a lot longer though. I could be a good spare for those really tough winter days.

    Has anyone actually tried using a 4 Ah battery? You, @PI_Woodworker

    I thought I might try a 4.0 too……But not in the jacket pocket, I was thinking maybe it has a chance by using the belt clip??? No? Yes?

    I don’t see why that would not work.

    Or even get an extension cord for it and set the 4.0 battery next to me in the RZR

    #197672
    svensshutters
    Pro
    Colorado Springs, CO

    Kewl, I guess the 4 Ah would last a lot longer though. I could be a good spare for those really tough winter days.

    Has anyone actually tried using a 4 Ah battery? You, @PI_Woodworker

    I thought I might try a 4.0 too……But not in the jacket pocket, I was thinking maybe it has a chance by using the belt clip??? No? Yes?

    I don’t see why that would not work.

    Or even get an extension cord for it and set the 4.0 battery next to me in the RZR

    I thought you were just going to plug it into the RAZR?

    #197675
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Kewl, I guess the 4 Ah would last a lot longer though. I could be a good spare for those really tough winter days.

    Has anyone actually tried using a 4 Ah battery? You, @PI_Woodworker

    I thought I might try a 4.0 too……But not in the jacket pocket, I was thinking maybe it has a chance by using the belt clip??? No? Yes?

    I don’t see why that would not work.

    Or even get an extension cord for it and set the 4.0 battery next to me in the RZR

    I thought you were just going to plug it into the RAZR?

    That may happen too, Once I get it and figure out just how much watts/amps it draws and the same stuff on the batteries also I’ll try that if I think it’ll be ok

    #197678
    svensshutters
    Pro
    Colorado Springs, CO

    I can’t see it being more than 5a. But then again, it is making heat, so maybe the watts are going to kill it.

    #197770

    If you don’t have to carry it, the 4.0 amp is the way to go.

    #197773
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    Kewl, I guess the 4 Ah would last a lot longer though. I could be a good spare for those really tough winter days.

    Has anyone actually tried using a 4 Ah battery? You, @PI_Woodworker

    I thought I might try a 4.0 too……But not in the jacket pocket, I was thinking maybe it has a chance by using the belt clip??? No? Yes?

    I don’t see why that would not work.

    Or even get an extension cord for it and set the 4.0 battery next to me in the RZR

    I thought you were just going to plug it into the RAZR?

    That may happen too, Once I get it and figure out just how much watts/amps it draws and the same stuff on the batteries also I’ll try that if I think it’ll be ok

    Biggest problem with using the RZR is it has such a poor charging system. With a stereo and lights it might not have enough left to power a jacket.

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #197775
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
    Moderator
    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    Thing’s would be so much simpler if Bosch would just come out with a 12 v car attachment.

    #197845
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Kewl, I guess the 4 Ah would last a lot longer though. I could be a good spare for those really tough winter days.

    Has anyone actually tried using a 4 Ah battery? You, @PI_Woodworker

    I thought I might try a 4.0 too……But not in the jacket pocket, I was thinking maybe it has a chance by using the belt clip??? No? Yes?

    I don’t see why that would not work.

    Or even get an extension cord for it and set the 4.0 battery next to me in the RZR

    I thought you were just going to plug it into the RAZR?

    That may happen too, Once I get it and figure out just how much watts/amps it draws and the same stuff on the batteries also I’ll try that if I think it’ll be ok

    Biggest problem with using the RZR is it has such a poor charging system. With a stereo and lights it might not have enough left to power a jacket.

    Uh oh, Is that right? I haven’t had an issue with it powering what I have extra on it yet. but I bet I am pushing it

    #197927
    utopia78
    Pro
    Toronto, ON

    If you don’t have to carry it, the 4.0 amp is the way to go.

    I guess if you had a tool belt you could have it in there also.

    A Working Pro since 2004

    #197929
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I guess if you had a tool belt you could have it in there also.

    That’s a good idea.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #198039
    svensshutters
    Pro
    Colorado Springs, CO

    I guess if you had a tool belt you could have it in there also.

    That’s a good idea.

    Boyd doesn’t have a tool belt though, at least not on his RAZR.

    #198055
    Nyx
    Pro
    Pittsburgh, PA

    $45 for that belt clip – not as cheap as i thought it would be. but it works with the 4Ah battery too.

    #198064
    utopia78
    Pro
    Toronto, ON

    That’s kewl Nyx, thanks for checking that out. So I wonder how much longer a 4Ah would last or what the exact benefits would be?

    A Working Pro since 2004

    #198079
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    $45 for that belt clip

    Chachiiiing, they are proud of that clip that’s for sure.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #198107
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    $45 for that belt clip – not as cheap as i thought it would be. but it works with the 4Ah battery too.

    Holy crap that’s not any fun, doesn’t the jacket come with one? I better go see what I’m exactly getting

    #198111
    ChadM
    Moderator
    Rogers, Ohio

    Thing’s would be so much simpler if Bosch would just come out with a 12 v car attachment.

    That is one of the reasons I plan on getting the Milwaukee jacket – the 12v car attachment. I want the jacket for cold weather riding and it would simpler to plug the jacket into the cigarette lighter on the motorcycle than it would be to carry a couple batteries.

    Chad

    A Working Pro since 1993

    Member since 12/07/2013

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