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Posted 3 December 2022

Beurer HK44 Heating Pad (Looks like a hot water bottle) - £23 with free click & collect or free delivery if spend over £35 @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Product description
A safer alternative to the standard hot water bottle.

The Beurer HK44 heating pad takes the design of a traditional hot water bottle and fits it with an electrical heating system that gives you a more consistent and regulated warmth. With three temperature settings the HK44 heat pad is perfect for helping to beat the chill or just to help ease aches and pains. The heat pad comes with a fast heating function.

The easy to use controller comes with a digital display which shows you your temperature setting, giving you complete control over the regulated temperature. The heat pad is made from extra soft micro-fibres making it incredibly soft and huggable. The heat pad cover is breathable and machine washable so you can keep it soft and smelling nice all the time.

Specifications
Temperature settings: 3
Automatic switch-off: after approx. 90 minutes
Breathable: yes
Beurer safety system: yes
Output in watts: 100
Machine-washable heating pad: yes
Certified according to OEKO-TEX: yes
Fast heating: yes
Product dimensions: approx. 50 x 30 cm
CE: yes


Click & Collect
Free on all orders over £20
£1.50 on orders up to £20
Delivered in 4-6 working days if ordered before 6pm Monday - 6pm Thursday
Delivered the following working Thursday if ordered after 6pm Thursday - 6pm Monday
*Please note: If your chosen pharmacy is in the North West, North East, Yorkshire, the Isle of Man, Channel Islands or Scottish Highlands and Islands your order will take an additional working day to these delivery times. To find out if your pharmacy is impacted click here.

Standard delivery
Free on orders over £35
£3.49 for orders up to £35
Delivered in 4-6 working days
Express delivery
£4.99
Delivered Next Day if ordered before 8pm Monday to Friday
Delivered Monday if ordered after 8pm Friday - 12pm Sunday
Delivered Tuesday if ordered after 12pm on Sunday
Not available in the Channel Islands
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    Why not just get a hot water bottle fifth of the cost of this!
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    You can control the level of heat. The settings are on a timer. Good for relieving pain. No need to worry about hot water going cold or leaking. Personally I traded in my rubber bottle for this last year.


    RRP £59.99. Is currently £37.99 at Boots, not sure how the mods changed the discount price! (edited)
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    Was thinking of buying but several amazon reviews say that the safety cut out renders whole unit dead and cant be reset. There was at least 1 left in warehouse "as new damaged packaging" for £26 which may be of interest if the 20% off still available
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    Yeah, from one of the Amazon reviews:

    However, it has one pretty major flaw - it has an inbuilt "Beurer Safety System" that deliberately and irreversibly destroys your device if it detects over heating. It will not disengage the heating until a certain time has passed. It will not disengage the heating until it measures the temperature and thinks it's OK. It will just blat your bottle. It will cut-out and never start up again. There is no reset procedure for this. There's nothing you can do about it.
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    From the numerous warnings and cautions
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    • The electrical and magnetic fields emitted by this heating pad may interfere with the function of a pacemaker. However, they are still well within the limits: electrical field strength: max. 5000 V/m, magnetic field strength: max. 80 A/m, magnetic flux density: max. 0.1 millitesla. Please consult your doctor and the manufacturer of your pacemaker before using this heating pad"
    Not sure I think I would like a 3pin mains plug lead in bed with me, regardless what is attached the other end?
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    Electric blankets have been doing this for the last 80 years, mostly without that many deaths
    A bit like electric showers, high current, high voltage device 10cms away from you standing in water! (edited)
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    I have this, bought from Amazon. Still going strong after daily use….I love it, use it in bed every night for sore knees…
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    I don't want sore knees either!
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    I have this it’s brilliant for a bad back, 100% recommend it!
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    But I don't want a bad back!
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    I have one of these and love it as I use it to soothe pains and aches. Having said that paid £12 from tkmaxx a while back and was looking for a good deal to get another one. I prefer this to a hot water bottle as easy to place it around the body and not getting up and down to have it refilled.
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    No need for 230v electrical devices in your bed these days - very old tech.

    Lots of coats/waistcoats/gilet out there which work for many hours from a small USB 5v powerpack and they're really good (wearing one now). That would be a far safer and more convenient solution. Does anyone make them or can I claim inventor's rights?
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    I reckon Samsung's note 7 developer team might disagree slightly but otherwise it's a worthy idea to look into.
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    Just read reviews ..seems no one ever received them !! All orders cancelled despite taking peoples money
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    Apart from those that did
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    Check out the reviews
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    Product gets 5* if you receive it, as online delivery only getting 1*.
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    I have a beurer heat pad (not the hot water bottle one) so assume a similar sort of thing. Would 100% recommend it
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    Can't c&c
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    Same here there's no option for C & C. (edited)
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    I got one of these last year. It is amazing. It will work out cheaper than a hot water bottle in the long run with the price of electricity used to boil kettle each day. Easy wash too.
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    how many kettle boils until you have recouped £23
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    wow real deal
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    RRP £59.99. Is currently £37.99 at Boots, not sure how the mods changed the discount price!
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    Bought same one from Lloyds 2 years ago for £18, wife been using it every month, I used it for first time this week on back of chair in home office, which is where it will be staying (hopefully 🤫) (edited)
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    £30.99 on Amazon with same day delivery
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    Just get a electric blanket and heat your whole body and cheap to use
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    Not as hot
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    I just sling my half water filled rubber bottle into the 900w microwave for 3 minutes and it comes out toasty. Obvioulsy i have to remove the fleece cover but refilling them every night is unnecessary.
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    Most hot water bottles have metal parts in the neck. Can't be microwaved. Plus reusing heated water is a recipe for creating bacteria soup
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    Love this idea can have it under our onesies in the living room or leave it plugged in to pre heat the beds. Cheaper than buying electric blankets AND electric throws, Should get more than warm enough as similar power dissipation as whole bed under blankets.
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    Not sure if mine is faulty but doesnt get as hot as expected.Listing states level 3 is 65 - 70 degrees yet when meaured with a temp gun shows 40 ?
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