SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Sense and sensibility
Re: [Sigia-l] Sense and sensibility
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> [mailto:sigia-l-bounces_at_asis.org] On Behalf Of Brett Taylor
> Sent: 05 February 2007 13:43
> To: Ziya Oz; SIGIA-L
> Subject: Re: [Sigia-l] Sense and sensibility
> Haven't seen that, and Im from NE, but always wondered why
> they don't have heated steering wheels, our seats are heated,
> why not the wheel?
I think you'll find that's missing the point of Ziya's post...
But seeing as we're going literal, I can attest to the fact that
motorcyclists here in the UK have for many years (possibly even from
before the Second World War) dabbled with various designs of heated
I once rode a bike that had them. Like the article says, the problem was
gloves though. If you wear proper winter biker gloves, then the heating
elements just get insulated away from your skin, and if you wear thin
summer gloves, you end up with warm palms and ice cold knuckles. Didn't
try them in combination with muffs on the bars though, so maybe that's
(who is getting very cold on the West Way out from central London every
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