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2.0L Green Rubber With Handle

An emerald green rubber Coronation hot water bottle with a useful and sturdy handle.   Ribbed on one side with a plain pattern on the reverse side 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.   The perfect combination for keeping warm on a cold night.   Natural rubber not only heats up quickly but is a sustainable renewable product that is highly elastic and lends itself to mould with you, ideal to snuggle up to keep warm or for therapeutic relief.   Great value for money and made with a high rubber content for everyday use in the home or on the move.

Worth remembering that good quality rubber bottles keep their heat longer than budget and non-rubber alternatives.   These hard to find rubber bottles with handles also have a 3 year manufacturer warrantee for peace of mind, manufactured to British Standard BS1790:2006.   Generous in size ensures a wider heating area and better heat retention.   This shade of green is new for this winter 2012 season, colours can change to the reflect latest trends.   Ships bottle only, due to the large size and handle this bottle will not fit a standard cover.

Latest update these Coronation products have been discontinued and replaced with an even larger 2.7 litre Vagabond bottle with handle in red, cream or blue.

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£9.25
£8.25

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

  • •   Manufactured to British Standard 1970:2006

  • •   3 Year Manufacturer Guarantee, ISO 9001

  • •   Recyclable High Grade Rubber

  • •   Traditional Natural Rubber

  • •   Ribbed on One Side

  • •   Size: Length 37cm x Width 20.5cm

  • •   Weight: 420 grams

  • •   2.0 Litre Capacity

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