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ULTIMATE SPEED HEATED CAR SEAT COVER ONLY £9.99 LIDL
ULTIMATE SPEED HEATED CAR SEAT COVER ONLY £9.99 LIDL

ULTIMATE SPEED HEATED CAR SEAT COVER ONLY £9.99 LIDL

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Great for those cold early morning starts, get some warmth why you wait for your car heaters to give off some heat.

Even heat distribution and rapid warm-up for ultimate comfort during cold winter drives
Elasticated belts with hook & loop fasteners which fit most standard cars

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Great for the winter
Good find

Heated seats in me old Mr2 convertible much needed in the winter

Looked like a drill bit set

Whats wrong with just sucking it up in the morning? Colds refreshing (sometimes...) X)

When are these in store?

Do these only plug into lighter sockets? My car only has USB plugs.

lidl Crawley doesn't have these

Where does it say these will go on sale on 27th?

POWYSWALES

27th on November http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?id=1006



Thanks will check then​

Picked three up this morning, one for my mother who has never forgiven me for buying her a car without them fitted and a couple for a colleague's sotw. They work surprisingly well, provide a large area of heating that could be felt through a t shirt and fleece after about four minutes, nothing to complain about for £10.

just picked it up. ideal weather to test it too

mydan99

just picked it up. ideal weather to test it too



Hi, I picked one up as well on Monday. I plugged it in for 5 minutes but I found it hardly heats up much. What's your like?

Zuulan

Hi, I picked one up as well on Monday. I plugged it in for 5 minutes but … Hi, I picked one up as well on Monday. I plugged it in for 5 minutes but I found it hardly heats up much. What's your like?



​It takes way too long to heat up fully. I found 15-20 mins was the time it took and for most of the times that was longer than my journey.
With it only having an on/off switch, not a high/low means you get too hot and are having to switch it off to avoid sweating.

mydan99

​It takes way too long to heat up fully. I found 15-20 mins was the time i … ​It takes way too long to heat up fully. I found 15-20 mins was the time it took and for most of the times that was longer than my journey.With it only having an on/off switch, not a high/low means you get too hot and are having to switch it off to avoid sweating.



OK, it's the same as mine then. Not great then as most of my journey's are about 15 minutes long.
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