Seat Cooling

When it comes to the comfort aspects of any vehicle, we often hear about seat heating - but hardly ever about seat cooling. But many of us know that uncomfortable feeling when you start to get warm and then sink into the seat during a long journey. This is a particular problem in the warmer months, and is made worse if you have leather seats. Read more...

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• Input voltage (DC) 12 V
• 2 cooling levels
• Function: cooling
• Colour: black
• Weight: 1660 g
• Dimensions product depth 440 mm
• Dimensions product height 15 mm
• Dimensions product width 568 mm
• Suited for side airbags
• Comfortable, stable and secure seating position
• Easy and practical fixing

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 117.78€ (Net price: 92.74€)

Seat cooling, the easy-to-access extra

Seat heating is known to have been a standard feature in luxury cars, but nowadays most new cars have it. But not so much for seat cooling: fewer vehicles offer this comfort feature as standard equipment and very few people are aware of this practical solution. But it has many advantages worth mentioning.


The most obvious, of course, is the fact that it quickly provides relief for the driver and passengers in the thirty to thirty-five degree heat of the summer months. This is particularly true on longer journeys and if you are often stuck in traffic jams in city centres. Thanks to the seat cooling, you don't have to run the air conditioning at maximum, so the car consumes less fuel and is even good for the planet. Also a big plus is that if a car or truck doesn't have it as standard, you can always simply have it fitted, but you can achieve a similar effect with a cooling seat cushion.

How does it work?

Basically, there are several different seat cooling techniques. The universal ventilated seat cushion, which has a cooling function, can be easily installed in the seats. All you have to do is put it under power and you can choose which cooling level you need.


The built-in types include cooled and ventilated seats. Both have chambers inside the seats. Ventilated seats allow air to enter these chambers, thereby cooling the surface of the upholstery. The cooled seats, on the other hand, first deliver the air to a cooled surface and only then blow it onto the seat. The main difference between the two is noticeable in humid environments, where cooled seats serve better. The exact operating principles of the different types vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, but these two methods are the most commonly used.

Who is seat cooling recommended for?

Basically, anyone who has experienced what it's like to sit in a vehicle with a heated seat on a hot summer's day doesn't really need to explain why they need this extra. So we can say that anyone will be happy to use it.


But there are of course those who will particularly appreciate its features, such as lorry drivers who drive hundreds or thousands of kilometres with just a few short stops. During summer deliveries, a cool seat will make all the difference to the driving experience. As mentioned above, frequent commuters in the city centre can also benefit from not having to turn the air conditioning on to the highest setting in summer traffic jams. The difference can also be noticeable when refuelling!

Feel the difference!

During the summer months - and even before - it is recommended to look at seat cooling solutions. You should also look at the performance, comfort, ease of use and ease of cleaning of each model.


If you don't want to leave it to chance, check out our range! We provide seat cooling solutions that are guaranteed to be high quality and reliable. On our site, you can even find out about our products with detailed technical specifications. This will allow you to compare them and find the most optimal solution for you.