Wednesday, December 14, 2011

review at WebBike World

Hope you had a moment to look at  They just published a detailed review on the SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat cover.  It's a real nice look at/test of our product.  It did well-real well.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

word getting out/slow but sure

After the review in the Dec. 2011 issue of Motorcycle Cruiser magazine I've been getting a few calls and quite a few e-mails about the covers.  Sales have been ok, too.  Thanks.

What still makes me wonder are all the owners of Corbin, Russell, and LePera who spend $$$$$$ for a great product then don't/won't get a cover made for the seat.  I'll remind those owners to check the manufactures' website and see what they say about rain.  Simple enough to see for themselves.

A SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat cover is the way to go.  Simple to use and built to last.  A business partner says it best, I think.  He states: "It's not the money, it's what you GET for the money."  I like that just fine.  40 bucks or so for a "glorified baggie or showercap" that the seat guys try to sell, or 90 bucks for a cover that will last for YEARS and you can USE in the rain.  I still get a laugh from some of the seat sellers who will sell you a rain cover and then say not to ride on it in the rain.  Really..............?

Friday, October 7, 2011

magazine review!

December 2011 issue of Motorcycle Cruiser magazine has a nice half page test and review of the SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat cover.  They like it-a lot!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Where are the testomionals?

With the redesigned website please look under the section WATERPROOF SEAT COVERS.
These are e-mail comments that have been sent to me-and they are unedited.  I'm really proud of the comments.

Why would you need a seat cover?

This one is easy.  I started making these for: riders who have a leather seating surface, and riders who use any type of pad on their motorcycle.  Remember: if you ride in the rain your seat and/or pad will absorb water.  Same if your bike is out overnight on a road trip.  The last thing you want is to be on a wet seat all day or sit on a damp sheepskin/buttpad.

The SplitWeight(tm) cover goes on in 10 seconds over your seat, pad or not, and can stay there.  Nothing gets wet-even the cover as it will not absorb water.

Thanks  Jim

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Dan's Testimonial - Thank You for Sharing!

I just got back from an 8098 mile road trip down to the states and back. My daughter was in the sidecar and I had a little Coleman Powerchill cooler sitting on my passenger seat the whole way. The seat has a sheepskin seatcover and then yout waterproof cover. It functioned perfectly and is still in new condition even with the stress of the cooler sitting on it. I cut all the velcro off the driver's seat cover so I can just pop it on and off as needed. We've been through glacier country, California Redwoods, the heat of California, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico, up through Ouray, CO, Denver and Yellowstone.

Thanks for a great product!


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