Cons: -Very poor heating for fingers and thumbs -Cheaped out on Batteries compared to what it shows in the instructions -Hard to put on / take off if hands are damp -Bulky without enough finger curve -Run slightly small (I normally fit a large glove just right, bought these in extra large, and they are a bit tight through the palm). -Expensive for lack of heating
Why I wouldn't buy them again: It's my fingers and thumbs that get cold. These gloves only warm the back of the palm and tops of the fingers. Once hands are wrapped around the grips, there is no heat applied to the fingers and thumbs. Also, I find I have to squeeze my hands closed because the gloves are bulky, and don't have a tight enough arc.
Very disappointed they went cheap on the batteries. The instructions show batteries with a state of charge meter built in. The batteries supplied, don't have this. I'm never sure when they need to be charged, so I charge them each time I go out. That is pretty much every day. The battery plug is wrapped too tight to the battery, so it's tight to get plugged in, and unplugged. They just went cheap here, and shouldn't have for the price.
What would I do, if I started over (or actually what I will do for next winter)? Heated grips, with a good water resistant heated work glove I've used heated work gloves before, and if you spring for the 7.4V version, they work well. Add heated grips, and it's still about $50-$75 less expensive, and will keep fingers-thumbs warm.
Attached is a quick drawing of my hand size for comparison. Also a picture of the battery info provided in battery kit that came with the gloves. Unfortunately these are not the batteries that came with the gloves. They cheaped out here, and that is a big disappointment.
I'm a big fan of Tour Master, but they really missed the mark on this product. Hence the 3 stars. Hope this is helpful for you.