Heated Car Seat Cushion - Universal Fit - Thermostat overheat - 3yr warranty - £9.99 instore Aldi from Thur 7th Nov
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Heated Car Seat Cushion - Universal Fit - Thermostat overheat - 3yr warranty - £9.99 instore Aldi from Thur 7th Nov

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Found 4th Nov 2013
Simply plug into your car's 12V-DC cigarette lighter socket and this padded Seat Cover will warm up in seconds.

Easy, universal fit for all front car seats
Heats the seat and backrest
High/low heat settings
Thermostatically controlled to prevent overheating

22 Comments

defo need one of these!! thanks, heat added

Banned

My missus has a kia with heated seats now it's time for my honda to give me a warm ass for a change

Bought one of these from Aldi last year, first one stopped working after a few days, second one lasted the rest of the winter, but, just got it out to use now and it doesn't work, so make sure to keep the receipt and be ready to use the 3 year guarantee. Other than that, when it worked it was great, lovely and warm going to work at 3 in the morning.

How can it not be hot ;-)

Er if it stops working...... Hot from me

£8.75 on Amazon, although probably not 3 year warranty.

Does this not make your car drink fuel?

abucd4

Does this not make your car drink fuel?



No !

nice.

Heat added. Hehehehe!

Never seen much point to these, unless ur heating in the car is awful. Good price though

wickeduk

No !


Your battery is already typically charged from new, ..fitted, then draws as required & tops up accordingly through the action of driving (car is basically a petrol generator after all), however excess drainage obviously requires a top up, which this will draw upon, so with winter it's best to remember to charge your battery because cold weather affects batteries ability t provide the not inconsiderable power surge to get your car in motion as & when required.

The old adage for solar (off topic) is not to take any more than 10% of the batteries capacity, that way recovery is quick, & it also affects the amount of cycles ,..lifespan basically the battery can go on for, more use = more abuse basically, topping up the charge & equalizing it can help quite a bit!

basically this draws energy, consider not putting your battery through the mill too often, best to pre-prep your vehicle, take a decent fleece blanket to drape out to the car with you, don't leave it in the metal moisture trap! ...that way you get the best out of warmth retention if you don't resort to a heated seat thing.

If you are in the least worried that your car battery is a bit old & starting to be hit or miss as colder mornings approach then I'd invest the £10 here towards a new battery which will keep you more mobile & have a better chance at dealing with the rigours of winter, dark morning trips out & back with the lights on & engine starting more easily.

(Or simply dress for winter & change if you can, ski pants are always good, as jeans & thin cotton materials do not hold heat well.
it's what we do over winter & it helps comfort levels overal) very often our family favourite "Orage" french canadian ski-wear is available at tk-maxx. cheaply & uses thin but insulative material, with a pretty flattering cut for the ladies, though only in more normal sizes (based on sport, for sport wear).
(woolly hat obviously) ..assess the material cheap cotton offers zero warmth, & many nasty shops such as primark et al will produce a "jumper" that is pointless & cold.

You cannot go wrong with fleeces, & they are very acceptable in day to day society either as a layer or outerwear!

stephan3112

Never seen much point to these, unless ur heating in the car is awful. … Never seen much point to these, unless ur heating in the car is awful. Good price though



Heating from a cars engine is far from instant, I'm sure these warm up considerably faster

stephan3112

Never seen much point to these, unless ur heating in the car is awful. … Never seen much point to these, unless ur heating in the car is awful. Good price though


You obviously don't drive a diesel

Neshama

You obviously don't drive a diesel



My thoughts exactly

MR GUS

Your battery is already typically charged from new, ..fitted, then draws … Your battery is already typically charged from new, ..fitted, then draws as required & tops up accordingly through the action of driving (car is basically a petrol generator after all), however excess drainage obviously requires a top up, which this will draw upon, so with winter it's best to remember to charge your battery because cold weather affects batteries ability t provide the not inconsiderable power surge to get your car in motion as & when required.The old adage for solar (off topic) is not to take any more than 10% of the batteries capacity, that way recovery is quick, & it also affects the amount of cycles ,..lifespan basically the battery can go on for, more use = more abuse basically, topping up the charge & equalizing it can help quite a bit!



This is more what I was referring to, the battery has to be topped up somehow, if its being drained then more fuel is surely used to keep its charge. Same as A/C?

Also, to the person referring to the heater, I drive a diesel, which takes a good ten minutes to get up to a decent temperature.

MR GUS

Your battery is already typically charged from new, ..fitted, then draws … Your battery is already typically charged from new, ..fitted, then draws as required & tops up accordingly through the action of driving (car is basically a petrol generator after all), however excess drainage obviously requires a top up, which this will draw upon, so with winter it's best to remember to charge your battery because cold weather affects batteries ability t provide the not inconsiderable power surge to get your car in motion as & when required.The old adage for solar (off topic) is not to take any more than 10% of the batteries capacity, that way recovery is quick, & it also affects the amount of cycles ,..lifespan basically the battery can go on for, more use = more abuse basically, topping up the charge & equalizing it can help quite a bit!basically this draws energy, consider not putting your battery through the mill too often, best to pre-prep your vehicle, take a decent fleece blanket to drape out to the car with you, don't leave it in the metal moisture trap! ...that way you get the best out of warmth retention if you don't resort to a heated seat thing.If you are in the least worried that your car battery is a bit old & starting to be hit or miss as colder mornings approach then I'd invest the £10 here towards a new battery which will keep you more mobile & have a better chance at dealing with the rigours of winter, dark morning trips out & back with the lights on & engine starting more easily.(Or simply dress for winter & change if you can, ski pants are always good, as jeans & thin cotton materials do not hold heat well.it's what we do over winter & it helps comfort levels overal) very often our family favourite "Orage" french canadian ski-wear is available at tk-maxx. cheaply & uses thin but insulative material, with a pretty flattering cut for the ladies, though only in more normal sizes (based on sport, for sport wear).(woolly hat obviously) ..assess the material cheap cotton offers zero warmth, & many nasty shops such as primark et al will produce a "jumper" that is pointless & cold.You cannot go wrong with fleeces, & they are very acceptable in day to day society either as a layer or outerwear!



Awesome advice...cold weather? No only cold clothes...

I have always been wary of these things the thought of driving at speed on the motorway with aftermarket electric wires of unknown quality inches from your Nether regions doesnt seem the greatest of ideas

xtightgitx

I have always been wary of these things the thought of driving at speed … I have always been wary of these things the thought of driving at speed on the motorway with aftermarket electric wires of unknown quality inches from your Nether regions doesnt seem the greatest of ideas



lifes all about chances

FATBOY78

lifes all about chances



Good answer

Anyone tried these? Are they any good?
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