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on a scale of 1 to 10. 10 being very good. How cold does the "coller" glove box keep your drinks cold?? I was hoping for at least a score of 5 to keep me maggots calm.
 

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It's difficult. It all depends on your climate control settings. The cooler the air running through your glove box, and the higher fan speed, the better. In cool weather, if your AC is barely or not being used, the glove box will be no good for cooling.

In cold weather your glovebox 'cooler' will be a heater!

If you want a strong cooling effect, set your temp and fan speed manually for really cold air.
 

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Bungle said:
In cold weather your glovebox 'cooler' will be a heater!
That's interesting - I never thought of it like that.......maybe Honda could promote the fact that during the winter months, the glovebox doubles as a toastie machine!!!!!!
:D :D
 

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With the amount of crap in mine, it would make great paninis
 

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You can close-off the vent in the winter if you don't want to melt any choccy bars.
 

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Since there's a separate climate control for both the driver and the passenger, why not have a separate setting for the glove box as well? (Sorry for the obvious, dumb question that warrants a simple explanation)
 

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further to skaven's question - with dual zone, whose settings control the temperature in the coolbox?
 

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Its the passengers control, just tried it, it also gets bloody warm when on hi.
 

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richierich said:
Its the passengers control, just tried it, it also gets bloody warm when on hi.
In other words, drive sensibly when the wife is in the car or she may decide to give you a warm beer at your next stop! :shock:
 

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Problem is Steve, as I found out whilst attempting to freeze the missus, as soon as the passenger touches the temp control it switches back to dual mode.
 

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richierich said:
Its the passengers control, just tried it, it also gets bloody warm when on hi.
Grilled ladybird, anyone ?. :wink:
 

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lol
 

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I guess you have had it removed, did they offer to let you keep it?
 

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As a sign of respect, should our ladybird be NIGHT HAWK BLACK ?? :cry:
 

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elfa7 said:
As a sign of respect, should our ladybird be NIGHT HAWK BLACK ?? :cry:
He got removed with an airline. I suspect he's still around in there, but just not on display :)
 
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