Navy blue coloured non rubber hot water bottle in small 0.8 litre size. Featuring a 3D ribbed pattern on one side with a cross hatch pattern on the reverse side giving the best of both worlds. Ribbing gives diffused heat and when needed turn over to increase the warmth that will last for hours to take away the chill and keep you comfy and warm. Handy size ideal for when on the move at work, home or away. This small sized navy blue 3D wavy design can be used on its own or with a cover if you already have your own cover or choose a new one from our range of Made in Britain. Having both a pattern and plain side gives the optimum choice to take away the chill and keep you comfy and warm long into the night. This Fashy hot water bottle also has a much wider neck opening making it easier to pour and helping to prevent spills and has a jointless neck for added strength.
Fashy have been manufacturing in Germany since 1976 consistently improving their exceptionally high quality thermoplastic hot water bottle, now used in homes around the globe in over 70 countries. Beautifully made with excellent craftsmanship, comfort and safety for everyday use backed with a two year warranty. Manufactured in latex free PVC brilliance fade proof colour to exceed British Standard BS1970, conforms to CE and ISO 9001. Striking 3D design and vivid navy blue colour with a textured finish, a unique design, very different to traditional rubber and with a quality feel to it.
This navy blue was added to our winter season catalogue of rubberless small hot water bottle ranges, please note these 3D vivid colours change each season.
Category: Hot water bottles
Availability: In stock
Being retired now I no longer need a big hot water bottle but something small that I can use in the day to save putting the heating on. I use this on a daily basis. This hot water bottle is as good as the full size one's you can buy. Ordered online and arrived next day, very good service. Thank-you
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