There is good news for the camping market with record number of happy campers chasing their dream of owning a campervan since the start of lockdown. Enquiries at record high with over 500 a week, this shows no sign of letting up. With staycations now the most popular form of getting away the immediate future is bright for the campervan.
So how can we help, what has a humble hot water bottle got to do this? Simply put the great British weather is highly unpredictable, go north and you can get spring, summer, autumn and winter weather all in a single day. Go south and sudden sharp downpours are not uncommon. Best get prepared for whatever the great British weather can throw at you and just enjoy it all but in comfort. So this is our top 3 camping sellers:
This campervan hot water bottle cover in luxury anti-pill cream fleece has an iconic embroidered campervan logo in classic Neptune blue with a splitty window. I’m reliably informed the splitty window is the Holy Grail in campervans. If you have your own hot water bottle that’s great but if not you’ll need one to go with it. There are 2 options, either go for latex allergy free or old school traditional:
This hot water bottle is bottle made from latex allergy free PVC, odourless and rubber-free, ideal for anyone with a latex allergy or if you are not keen on the smell of rubber. Ribbed on one side with a cross hatch pattern on the reverse giving the best of both worlds. Ribbed side gently releases diffused natural heat and when needed turn over to the plain side for increased warmth that will last for hours. This Fashy bottle also has a jointless neck for added strength and a much wider neck opening making it easier to pour and help to prevent spills.
Or take the traditional route and go for tried and tested latex bottle:
Natural rubber with ribbing on both front and back, this traditional rubber bottle is part of our classic old school ranges, even the stopper has a rubber seal. Using traditional rubber with ribbing on both sides gives diffused natural warmth that lasts for hours, heats up quickly for instant warmth.
Buying a hot water bottle is the easy part, buying a campervan not so easy, still some newspapers are now giving them away as prizes in competitions and somebody has to win, it could be you!!