Warren, Michigan — May 03, 2013 — Powerlet's Rapidfire Heated Jacket liner received a 10/10 rating from Adventure Bike Rider (ABR). It was the only jacket of the ones reviewed to receive a perfect score.
"Riding with this Powerlet jacket in use was nothing short of luxury. Each of the other options on test here is good in its own right, but the RapidFire is simply better," said Paul Jennison, Gear's Editor at Adventure Bike Rider.
ABR awarded its rating based on: Heat Controllers, Easy Connections, Cable Storage Pockets, lightweight, snug fit and ad-ons.
The full jacket features CNC (Carbon Nano Core) heating which uses FAR infrared technology to provide fast, deep and soothing warmth. The energy released from infrared heat penetrates the skin and insulating layers deeper, producing a heating effect from the inside out rather than from the outside in like more traditional heating sources. The inner and outer shell of the jacket is made from polyester, which is both wind-and water-resistant, and if worn as a stand-alone garment it's light, flexible and won't look out of place anywhere when you're not riding.
You can get your Rapidfire Heated Jacket Liner here for $249.95.
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Coliant Corporation was created in 2005 and is based out of Warren, Michigan. Although focused initially on the motorcycle market, the Powerlet product line has applications in numerous industries and on various power sport vehicles. Coliant designs, manufacturers, and distributes rugged electrical accessories that are intuitive and universal adaptive. Powerlet is a subsidiary of Coliant Corporation that has dealer and distribution outlets throughout the USA, UK, Europe, Asia, and Australia. They have sold products in 67 countries.
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