Lidl is selling £18 gadgets that can help you avoid putting the heating on – and it's not a heated airer | The Sun10/08/2023
LIDL is selling £18 gadgets that will help you avoid putting on the heating on as the months start getting colder.
The small appliances will help keep you warm at home as winter approaches, and shoppers have been snapping them up.
One is a back and neck heat pad, and the other is a neck and shoulder heat pad.
And while Lidl is advertising them as "soothing", the gadgets would be perfect to keep yourself toasty.
The heating pads both have six temperature settings, automatically switch off after 90 minutes, and warm up quickly.
They cost just £17.99 each, and are only available in-store.
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Shoppers are always quick to share their cheap tricks to keeping warm.
One woman recently shared her new hack – which is said to be like "hugging a sheep".
She recently invested in an Oodie and says she instantly felt "boiling hot" when she put it on.
And while they usually sell for about £89, there are cheaper ones on offer.
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Dunelm shoppers have also recently been rushing to buy a "life-saver" winter gadget to avoid putting the heating on.
The discounter is selling the device that costs just 1p an hour to run.
It comes in three sizes and has been highly recommended by customers online.
Aldi also recently shared one of its winter gadgets that costs just 6p to run.
The supermarket giant is re-introducing one of its much-loved products that saw Brits warm up their homes without worrying about breaking the bank.
We also put together a list of other money-saving appliances that could help you cut costs during the winter.
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