Hand Warmers - 2 Pack. 99p @ Lidl.
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Hand Warmers - 2 Pack. 99p @ Lidl.

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Found 6th Nov 2010
Pack of 2 hand warmers for 99p at Lidl.

* Provides warmth for up to (mins): 60
* Max. temp. (°C): 55
* Reusable up to 1000 times
* Available in various shapes

In store.

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is this instore or online?

Original Poster

In store

Original Poster

Have put it right now.
X)

nvm, found out now

cheers

Anyone know wha shapes they have?

Original Poster

rectangle, heart and circle

are these the ones you boil to revert back and use again, if so they are great but a little annoying to boil up (or maybe thats because I have to do so many of them )

charcoal stick pocket warmer for those requiring heat for longer, (around 6 hrs)
or for 3 hrs light both ends, been using mine for many years now, tried the gel type years ago but they're to easy to activate when you don't want em to then cold when you do, not to mention heavy solid bulk in your clothing / backpack, prefer to take a few sticks of charcoal with me for longer days.

MR GUS

charcoal stick pocket warmer for those requiring heat for longer, (around … charcoal stick pocket warmer for those requiring heat for longer, (around 6 hrs) or for 3 hrs light both ends, been using mine for many years now, tried the gel type years ago but they're to easy to activate when you don't want em to then cold when you do, not to mention heavy solid bulk in your clothing / backpack, prefer to take a few sticks of charcoal with me for longer days.



Where do you get these?

Oscar1

Where do you get these?[/quote]

They are sold on ebay (typically red version)
Amazon
Also widely available at fishing shops, fieldsports shops, camping stores (not blacks typically)
Use Highlander / gelert / hot brand charcoal sticks
light one end with a candle stub easiest way for around 1 cm of glowing charcoal, place in open warmer, clip closed whilst blowing gently, ...place in breast pocket ideally under warm clothes to assist with keeping heat in.
Wife has circulation problems & loves her warmer, gave one to my 6 yr old outside on bonfire night (under supervision) ..they are easy to use if sensible, open them up periodically to blow across the embers & supply a bit of air to, then stick back in pocket, if you light both ends it gets sweating hot IMHO, but then folk are different.
I used to use em out horseriding, on the farm, in warehouseing on a cold day..they are good & last.
just exercise caution when & where you blow the embers & ash! ..simple

Or go to Dunelm and get 3 for 99p

Can these be heated in the microwave rather than boiling them???

KERMITZBITZ

Can these be heated in the microwave rather than boiling them???



Can't you boil water in a microwave oven ?

Original Poster

Can these be heated in the microwave rather than boiling them???


No. Would be alot better if they could.

Original Poster

Can't you boil water in a microwave oven ?



Good point.
Think it is because of the metal disc inside.

you can get the microwaveable ones because I had one a few years back

Zippo handwarmers are really good and stay hot for upto 12 hours. Your text here

Banned

got these last winter, and after 2nd use they didnt work, I boiled them in water to make them liquidy again the disk clicked but nothing happened ..

hello96

got these last winter, and after 2nd use they didnt work, I boiled them … got these last winter, and after 2nd use they didnt work, I boiled them in water to make them liquidy again the disk clicked but nothing happened ..



Same here - they work once or twice, then they're useless. I'm a big fan of Lidl, but these are rubbish.

Original Poster

I got mine today.

these r fantastic and a great price too, better (and safer) than carrying a lump of hot coal around.
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