IF you are still trying to hold off from reaching for the thermostat this winter then you may need a helping hand.
One of the cheapest and most affordable ways to stay warm when it's cold is using a hot water bottle.
But most hot water bottles don’t stay warm forever, and there is always the risk of burning yourself when you are in a rush to fill it up.
Now shoppers are flocking to nab technology’s latest invention a rechargeable hot water bottle.
Unlike traditional hot water bottles, they don’t need to be filled up with hot water every few hours.
Most can be charged in less than 15 minutes and then they will stay warm for up to six hours.
Matalan is selling a Carmen spa rechargeable hot water bottle which is perfect for keeping your hands warm this winter.
The winter warmer is selling for £20 and has received rave reviews online.
One user said: “Brought this for my mom who’s in her 80s she really loves it, plus I don’t have to worry about her burning herself on the kettle.”
Another said: “Very easy to use, quick to charge, stays hot for hours, excellent value, highly recommend.”
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“I have numerous of these hot water bottles they are fab. Especially when it gets a bit cold at night and you don't want to put the heating on. Warms hands up lovely,” claimed a third.
Several shoppers also pointed out the bargain buy was also great for soothing aches and pains.
One user said: “Even in the morning it is not cold to touch. Easy and safe to use, wonderful for warming painful joints or those very cold nights in bed.”
Another said “Possibly the best purchase in many months. Gives real comfort and eases pain quickly. Easy to use, heats up in minutes, and gives comfort for up to five hours, and no danger from repeated boiling kettles.”
Make sure you consult with your doctor before using the item if you have server aches and pains.
Now if you do want to nab one of these you will need to be quick as the Matalan site says they are running low on stock.
You can also check out the Carmen website directly which has the rechargeable hot water bottle for £19.99.
The same rechargeable has also been spotted on Studio for £19.
If you are looking for something a little cheaper you might want to check out B&Q, the retailer is selling an Alivio rechargeable electric hot water bottle for just £11.99.
Keeping warm this winter
There are a few tricks you can use to stay as warm as possible this winter.
If you've got a few pennies to spare consider buying an electric blanket. They are another great way to keep warm and most cost around 3p an hour to run.
Don't forget about preventative measures, draught-proof your home and seal your windows to stop air coming in.
Prices for draught excludes start from a fiver in most stores but a thick blanket rolled up will work just as well.
Loft insulation is also very important as it can stop heat escaping, therefore slashing your heating bill.
You can buy insulation from all local builder merchants or retailers such as B&Q and Wickes.
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