Monday, 6 April 2015

Keeping warm with Heat Holders

So Spring has officially sprung but there is still a chilly nip hanging around in the air, especially when your up at 6am for school run. Luckily for me Heatholders came to the rescue and sent me a couple of their products to try out and warm us up on the cold mornings. Or to cuddle up with as the night draws in and the temperature drops.
The Snuggle up blanket retails at £25 and you get a lot of snuggle for your money! It measure a massive 180cm x 200cm which covered my entire double bed. Available in 5 colours with a 1.4 tog rating its perfect for the chilly Spring evenings.
Its big enough to wrap yourself right up in it and it is so soft and cosy, its the perfect thickness for keeping you warm and not over heating you. On side is super soft and shiny and the other a little fluffier with a more fleecy feel. I love the antique silver colour, its a very pale latte brown to me and it will look stunning when I finish decorating my lounge.
The children keep fighting over who gets to snuggle in it first, its really gone down a storm. My children are very sensory and tactile so the softness is really comforting. They hate stiff scratchy blankets. I love that the blanket is machine washable to, so when inevitably it does get dirty I can chuck it in the washing machine.
The second item is a lovely cable knit looking neck warmer heat holders which retails at £10. Available in 2 colours black or purple and at 3.5 tog its ideal for the cold morning school runs at the moment. I would have loved to have had my hand on one of these during the winter.
The neck warmer has the lovely cable effect knit on the outside that  goes all the way around. Its marketed as a ladies neck warmer but I think its unisex, my hubby loves it and he likes the cable knit design. The inside is soft cosy fleece so it keeps your neck lovely and toasty warm.
My hubby has loved wearing it and said it gives really good coverage all around your neck. The cable knit design means it has a nice stretch to it so you can get it over your head easily. It is machine washable also and cable knit washes really well, so the £10 investment would be worthwhile. The neck warmer has a slight raised arch in the front so it can right over your nose, would be really good if you go skiing.
You can purchase these 2 items and the rest of the Heatholders range from the link at the top of the page. Pop over and take a look, I love the socks and wear them all year round.

Thanks For Reading
Mandy
xx

*We were sent the above items FOC for the purposes of review, all opinions are my own.

1 comment:

  1. Love the socks already - didn't know they did a blanket too!

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