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Gerbing 2.2 amp & 3.4 amp 7 Volt Rechargeable Battery Kits

Regular price £89.99 Sale

Gerbing 7 volt products come with either the B7V-2200 batteries or the B7N-3400 batteries, dependent on which ones you purchased. 

The temperature controllers for these gloves are now located on the Gerbing 7v products themselves. Regarding heat expectancy, the lower you set the temperature the longer the battery will last. With one charge you can use the B7N-2200 battery for anything from 2 to 6 hours. With a B7N-3400 battery lasting between 3 to 8 hours.

All of our 7 volt heated gloves, 7 volt heated jackets and vests are supplied with B7V-2200 battery kit included. A kit contains  two batteries and one dual charger. There is the option to upgrade to the more powerful batteries, when you look to purchase. 

Our 7 volt heated specialty products like the heated seat cushion, heated back wrap (kidney belt) and the heated handwarmer only have one battery and a charger included. The batteries can be recharged hundreds of times. To increase the life of the batteries you need to charge the batteries once a month whilst they are not in use.

Attention All Customers outside of the UK: We can no longer ship batteries outside of the UK due to tightening of regulations over air freight. 

Our 5 top tips for battery care:

1. Charge a little bit whenever you can. Lithium-ion batteries do not respond well to being charged all the way up and then run all the way down. They take much better to little bits of charge here and there.

2. If you need to store your battery for a while, do it in a cool dry place. Lithium-ion batteries despise heat. A li-ion battery that's been exposed to temperatures of around 100 degrees Fahrenheit for a year will lose about 40 percent of its overall charge capacity. At 75 degrees, it'll lose only about 20 percent.

3. Store batteries with a little bit of charge. If you're storing batteries, you give them about a half a charge first. They'll slowly lose their charge over time, and if it drops into the true-zero danger zone, your battery will automatically trip its safety circuit and kill itself for real before it can become unstable.

4. Avoid physical stress. Drops and falls can damage batteries, causing it to leak a cocktail of corrosive chemicals, all of which are bad for electronics.

5. The first stage of healing is acceptance...No matter how many times you bring it back to life, your battery will die someday or at least degrade into a shadow of its former self. It's physics. It's unavoidable. Most lithium-ion batteries have a rated lifetime of somewhere between 500 and 1,500 charge cycles.

We offer a 90-day battery + charger warranty.