Glad to hear that you are happy with yours, Sean!
I had read a thread on another forum of quite a few people having problems with the digital heat controllers, giving up the ghost after a short time(almost immediately to just a few hours use) Seems that Tourmaster had a problem withtheir 1st batch of them, not being able to handle the amperage load. Nearly all the riders were very pleased with the abundance
of heat, the liners produced.
To Tourmaster's credit , they immediately shipped a newer version of the heat controller(upgraded from 12A to 25A)to those with problems with failed controllers. The newer controllers look exactly like the older version, but aredenoted with a 'N'
on the decal that is on the back of the controller. By all accounts that I've read, there are reportedly very few failures with the newer type controllers.
I'll be looking to purchase one of the jacket liners in early spring, to cut down on the bulkiness of all the layers(and bike storage space) needed for riding in cool-cold conditions. While riding the high elevations through the mountains can be verynice, even warmduring a sunny day in summer, early morning and night time temperature drops can make for cool riding, catching the 'unprepared' rider, riding with just a mesh jacket on.
Thanks for the report, SB