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Flat hottieIn case of a late frost, bear this in mind. PILL is a revolutionary new hot water bottle that can be used not only to warm up but also for heat therapy to aid pain and stiffness. It’s safe for people with diabetes to use as there is less of a chance for accidental burns if suffering from diabetic neuropathy which might lead to a loss of sensation (such as heat, leading to accidental burns). The revolutionary free-standing design and pull-out funnel allows the user to fill the bottle without having to hold it, making it safer and easier to use and beneficial for those who experience difficulty in holding the bottle steady in one hand while they pour with the other. With its ergonomic design, PILL fits comfortably against the body to relieve pain when heat therapy is recommended, such as circulation problems, relaxation of muscle aches and relief for cramps. It neoprene cover insulates to keep the contents hotter for longer — up to 5 hours — so it doesn’t need to be re-filled as often. The neoprene cover also controls the temperature to eliminate overheating and prevent accidental burns. A cost-effective way to keep warm, PILL promotes relaxation and feeling of well being. Price £34.95

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