Inside Look at Heated Clothing Technology

One of our Heated Panels

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 … [Read more...]

Venture Heat’s First Commercial

We are proud to announce and premiere our first ever video advertisement! Please take a look and let us know what you think in the comments below: … [Read more...]

The Correct Way to Maintain Batteries

7.4V Battery

One of the most common questions we hear is how to properly care for the batteries supplied with our clothing. So here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your Lithium-Ion Batteries: our clothing. So here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your Lithium-Ion Batteries: The … [Read more...]

VentureHeat Podcast Feature

12V Heated Carbon Street Gloves

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 … [Read more...]

On This Day In History and A Special Birthday


Bet you didn't know some of this stuff (or maybe you did): This Day In History - October 10th 1813 - Italian Composer Giuseppe de Verdi is born 1845 - The US Naval Academy opens in West Point, NY 1886 - The Tuxedo Dinner Jacket makes is splash onto the fashion scene in Tuxedo Park, NY... … [Read more...]

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 … [Read more...]

The Baghdad Battery Mystery


1938 Baghdad, Iraq -  Measuring only 13 cm long (5 inches), archaeologist Wilhelm Konig found the most curious looking object around an ancient Mesopotamian ritual site.  The object was oval in shape and made of clay but what shocked Konig was discovering a copper encased iron rod at the center. … [Read more...]


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