Originally Posted by Ratman
Thanks for adding to the thread, Grinnin. I've used on/off switches also. As it may take 10 minutes or more to cycle from too hot to too cold if the switch is easy to operate, it works well.
Once you get the heat layer closer to the body the on/off time shortens quite a bit.
I agree -- the switch has an added benefit -- mine has nover malfunctioned, and if it did, say, in themiddle of a long, lofe changing ride, I could fix or replace it easily, damn never anywhere.
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