Riding with cold hands sucks. These new products from Heat Demon helps cure that. The first product is geared towards UTV owners, while the second is for ATVs. However, we don’t see how the heated grips can’t be adapted for motorcycle use. Read below for the full press release.

For 25 years, Symtec, Inc. has been producing high quality heated components for powersports applications. Since its acquisition in 2010 by The Harlan Company, the pace of change has increased. They’ve updated their branding, completely refreshing all aspects of the Heat Demon aftermarket brand.

They have also simplified their product line, to make choosing the correct heat application easier and to provide consistent market-leading performance.

This year, Heat Demon has three huge announcements regarding their latest product updates.
Heat Demon will begin a full-scale entry into the UTV market with the first ever heated steering wheel. After a year in development, the new heated steering wheel, with patent-pending Rotational Power Device (RPD) technology will be available this fall. Heat DemonTM combined a high performance steering wheel with their proven heating technology into an easy, plug-and-play kit. The Heat Demon Heated UTV Steering Wheel will retail at $379.99.

Their industry best ATV Heated Grip and Thumb Warmer kits are receiving a huge upgrade due to a new partnership with ODI Grips. Heat Demon is launching a Clamp-On heated grip in September, which will replace both their POCO (Push On Cut Off) and Glue-On grips. The new grips are easier to install due to the new plug-and-play capabilities, offer updated styling, and will be launched at the same retail prices as the existing kits! Any ATV kit orders received from today forward will utilize the new Clamp-On grip.

Finally, all applications of Heat Demon Seat Heaters have been updated with a safety cutoff feature, effective immediately. The new heaters will automatically shut off when they hit the proper temperature. This eliminates concerns with overheating if the heater is ran during warmer weather.

To learn more, visit www.symtec-inc.com or www.heatdemon.com