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  • Offline maccduff   gb

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    on: Jun 26, 2020, 09.30 am
    Jun 26, 2020, 09.30 am
    any tried one of these seat coolers , i have seen one good review by the TheMissendenFlyer on youtube, i might just take a punt  :821:


    https://www.coolcovers.co.uk/product/honda-crosstourer/

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    Reply #1 on: Jun 26, 2020, 11.55 am
    Jun 26, 2020, 11.55 am
    I have one. It does work and cools down your body (butt). The air flows between your butt and the seat. It definitely keeps your cooler in high temperature days. I did a 26,000 trip with it.

    The down side is when the temperature gets cold, your butt also gets cold. I had to cover the cool cover when the temperature was below 10 degrees. The other problem is that your sitting on hard uncompressing nylon type material. It is a rigid and can be a bit uncomfortable compare to a softer material.

    I love mine and I'll get another one if I change bikes or when it wears out. It is well made and durable.

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    Reply #2 on: Jun 26, 2020, 12.18 pm
    Jun 26, 2020, 12.18 pm
    *Originally Posted by Maritimer [+]
    I have one. It does work and cools down your body (butt). The air flows between your butt and the seat. It definitely keeps your cooler in high temperature days. I did a 26,000 trip with it.

    The down side is when the temperature gets cold, your butt also gets cold. I had to cover the cool cover when the temperature was below 10 degrees. The other problem is that your sitting on hard uncompressing nylon type material. It is a rigid and can be a bit uncomfortable compare to a softer material.

    I love mine and I'll get another one if I change bikes or when it wears out. It is well made and durable.


    cheers for that , i have ordered one, so  lets hope my dosh is spent well.

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    Re: seat cover
    Reply #3 on: Jun 26, 2020, 03.20 pm
    Jun 26, 2020, 03.20 pm
    I hope it works for you. Seats and windscreens affect riders differently.
    Gives us an update once you've experienced with it. Cheers.

     



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