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Just received my Corbin Heated Seat and installed. Rode to work today and thought I'd share the pics. Temps are in the 50's today so not to bad, but the heat from the seat was nice. Real test comes tomorrow when it's only going to be in the 30's.
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I have come to find that I enjoy my Corbin Heated Seat even when it is not cold out.

I never used it in the heat of summer when it's hot HOT, but it is relaxing and comfy for more than just the cold, imo.
 

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I've been looking at these as well.
Is that the classic solo? Is it a little higher and more room to move back?
Nice looking seat, is that alligator?
Is heat plug and play?
Sorry for so many questions, but I spent last Sat morning building different seats!
 

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I've been looking at these as well.
Is that the classic solo? Is it a little higher and more room to move back?
Nice looking seat, is that alligator?
Is heat plug and play?
Sorry for so many questions, but I spent last Sat morning building different seats!
Yes it’s the Classic Solo with the shiny alligator. Comes with the wiring so to answer your question, yes, it’s a direct plug into the wiring harness under where the seat is. It does sit a little higher than the stock seat, not an issue though. I’m 5’9” and still am able to flat foot it at stops.
 
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