but does anyone else think that the lowest setting on the seat warmers is too hot? I use it for a couple of minutes and then have to turn it off.
I was thinking the highest setting is too low... I like my buns toasty.
Really or are you joking?
What better way to burn off those cellulite.
The only car I thought was hot enough for me was a ~2000 New Beetle. That seat warmer went up to 11! (One day I need to watch that movie.)
My husband finds it too hot and turns off after a few minutes. To me, it’s great but I’m someone who is always cold.
I actually agree it's pretty hot. And it gets hot quickly, which is a good thing.
It hasn't been exceptionally cold here since I got the car but it will be a good thing for range-conserving on long trips. (Sufficient to use without heat or with cabin heat set really low.)
Agree. I put it on 1 for a brief period of time and find it pretty warming.
Hubs leaves his side on 3 all the time.
At least in the S..
Still Grinning ;-)
I put it on the lowest setting and it gets hot FAST, then seems to cool down a bit (maybe my arse is cooked by then:-)
You'll love it set on 3 during the Grand Solar Minimum!
It is too hot on the Model S and 3. I put in on initially at the lowest setting and then turn it off in a few minutes.
Wear thicker pants. :-)
i agree. more pants
I can't imagine you guys ever getting into a hot tub if a seat warmer is too hot for you!
+1 @Carl lol
Some people i've met consider "cold" to be the instant in which the ambient temperature decreases. Some consider "cold" to be when they start shivering. Hot could simply be called feeling warm. Hot could be when it burns you. Everyone has their own interpretation.
I have a butt warmer in my truck and in 14 years, have turned it on one time.
Unless I drive around naked in winter, again, that'll probably be it.
I rarely use my seat heater, but only because it would drain the battery too much (my commute is fairly short and the MINI has a small battery). The biggest "ah-ha" moment when I had my i3 for a few months last year was my first morning commute with it when I realized that I could use the seat heater as much as I wanted without worrying about killing the battery no matter the outside temperature. I'm quite looking forward to that next winter when I have my Model 3 :)