Hand Warmers at Aldi . Reduced to 79p
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Hand Warmers at Aldi . Reduced to 79p

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Found 15th Mar 2008Made hot 15th Mar 2008
A box containing two hand warmers are now reduced to 79p
Snap the metal stud in the gel and wait seconds for it to heat up to 55 degrees C. and it stays hot for up to an hour. Pop them into boiling water to refresh them for next time. Can be refreshed up to 1000 times. I got mine at the Bexhill, East Sussex store.

Done a quick search and found similar starting at £2-3 going up to over £6

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These are fab! Great price diabeticguy! Voted hot

Maybe add the retailer & price to the title honey?

voted hot will have to buy some

These are great, we use them for our local youth rugby parents that enjoy watching the games but wish that they could persuade their kids to take up a summer sport , good price and a good find.

Great find

Heat and rep added

been that price for ages bought loads in early jan

Voted as hot as the pads
I bought a box a few years ago now and they still work and have one tucked away on the bike to warm my hands up after a freezing ride.

one use really, you have to reheat in hot water for a second usage, so junk imo. Voted cold

does anybody actually use these?

I though thats what you had pockets for? and everybody has at least one pair of gloves in their house dont they?

kudos1uk;1725727

one use really, you have to reheat in hot water for a second usage, so … one use really, you have to reheat in hot water for a second usage, so junk imo. Voted cold



Why do people vote cold because they don't like the product? Whether you like it or not, or whether it's something you'd use or not, is all completely immaterial. The issue is whether it can be got cheaper elsewhere.

Voted hot OP. :thumbsup:

Hot will look out for them

kudos1uk;1725727

one use really, you have to reheat in hot water for a second usage, so … one use really, you have to reheat in hot water for a second usage, so junk imo. Voted cold



The idea is to heat up in water until the crystals disappear. Then they can be used again like they are new, so not one use at all - i have some that i have had for many years and they are still ok now.
John

lol they were selling these for like £5 in the arndale! bargain voted hot!

Fantastic price. I paid £20 for 6 at Bluewater shopping centre. Voted hot

These are a bargain, although I had some that didn't last that long as the constant boiling to 'recharge' it damaged the plastic bag they are in.

These are amazing, the little pouch goes super hot in just a couple of second by pressing a little button-shaped piece of metal repeatedly.

Voted hot

Got some of these when they first came into store.

They are brill and only need a few mins in a pan of boiling water to 're-charge'.

TIP. Place them inside a tea towel to stop them getting damaged in the pan.

astroarcadia;1725789

does anybody actually use these?I though thats what you had pockets for? … does anybody actually use these?I though thats what you had pockets for? and everybody has at least one pair of gloves in their house dont they?



The army do, if you can afford to buy a few then the soldiers out in afghanistan at the mo appreciate them, it gets really cold at night and if they're out on patrols or on operations or just trying to get to sleep they could appreciate some!
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astroarcadia;1725789

does anybody actually use theese?


My daughter is a lollypop lady and I bought her some in December.
They have been great. As stated after the first use, you have to heat them in boiling water to make them work again. Emilys are on their last legs now, but for 79p they got her over the winter.

home bargains always been 79p we have loads of them for kids going footie

I've tried 2 stores (Blyth & Cramlington) and I couldn't find these. Anyone know of any North East stores that have these in stock?
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