Scary spider hot water bottle in soft silky black velour. Goggle eyed with eight contrasting spider legs and lovely soft padding that is made to snuggle up to and stay warm as toast. Fitted with a self-sealing fastener to gain access to a small 750ml rubber bottle inside. Traditional fleece velour covers have always been a staple classic, soft and warm to cuddle up to and evenly disperses heat that lasts for hours. Velour thicker than normal for added insulation and better heat retention, easy care fabric that is fully machine washable and hard wearing.
Traditionally manufactured in latex using the latest production process for the highest quality in the market today. A good quality rubber hot water bottle retains heat much longer than budget or non-rubber alternatives. Rubber is a sustainable natural renewable product that is highly elastic and lends itself to mould with you, perfect to cuddle up to. These are great value for money, made with a high rubber content for everyday use. Quality guaranteed, British Standard 1970, safe and reliable for use time and time again. Supplied ready to use, safe for children from 36 months onwards, please follow instructions included. This not so scary spider also doubles up as a useful pyjamas case when not used with a bottle.
First added to 2004 winter season catalogue of children hot water bottle ranges. Latest stock update, this scary spider has been discontinued, stocks are selling out very fast. Don't leave it too late.
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Question: Is this safe for a boy, he is 7 years old?
Answer: The instructions recommend safe for children from 36 months upwards, as with all hot water bottles follow instructions. They are a great way to keep children warm at night and settle, also they are made to British Standard, the latest bottles are very robust.
My sons likes it although I think it's a bit of cheap nylon just like a lot of the kids toys and stuff these days. The bottle does look fine and when it's inside it works and he loves taking it to bed with him although I put it on top of the bed when he's asleep just in case he lies on it and the hot water bursts.
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