Suffer from cold feet? You can now buy a hot water bottle for your tootsies

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The humble hot water bottle is a blessing during the winter months, helping to keep your body cosy on even the coldest of nights.

However, there is one body part that can’t reap the benefits: our toes.

Yes, you can put one at the bottom of the bed or pop on a pair of slippers but it doesn’t give you quite the same warm feeling.

Enter: the hot water bottle for your feet - the object you never knew you needed but will now find it hard to live without.

The Heated Foot Warmer, sold via Amazon, has become the number one best-selling foot warmer on the shopping site, with a slew of five-star reviews.

Buy it: Heated Foot Warmer | £14.85 from Amazon

Simply fill up your hot water bottle as usual and insert it into the foot warmer - the compartment is big enough to hold up to a 2L bottle. The cosy fleece pouch means you can then place both feet inside and feel the heat start to spread in minutes.

Best of all, the pouch will stay warm for several hours, meaning you can curl up with a film and not have to worry about pausing halfway to take care of your chilly extremities.

The clever separated design means that your feet don’t rub together or get sweaty, and you can easily slip them out if you need to move.

Unfortunately, you can’t actually walk with the heated foot warmer on - although you could hop? So we recommend gathering snacks, TV remote and drink before you settle down.

The heated ‘foot bottle’ has been praised for its ease and impressive longevity when it comes to warmth time. One customer also left a review explaining that the product had been a “godsend” for her daughter who suffers with joint problems.

Another review expressed how impressed they were that “the product work[ed] as advertised” and would highly recommend it.

Is this the end of chilly toes for good? We certainly hope so!

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