*I was given a hot water bottle and compensated for my honest review. This has in no way influenced my review. All opinions are my own.*
How many of you out there have minor aches and pains from time to time? I think we all do.
As a busy mom of a 2 year old I know that some days my daughter is extra clingy and after days like that my back aches horribly.
My husband carries cases of pop around all day long and he often complains of back pain or arm pain.
Warm Tradition couldn’t have contacted me at a better time, and the hot water bottle couldn’t have gotten here at a better time.
The day after I received the hot water bottle in the mail I started getting menstrual cramps, which are horrible. Not to mention that my husband and I are trying to get our basement finished, which means aches and pains from doing things you are not used to doing.
The Warm Tradition hot water bottle took care of all of these aches and pains with ease.
One day I just didn’t feel good at all and was cold. I used the Warm Tradition hot water bottle to help keep me warm and I fell asleep. When I woke up 2 hours later, the water bottle was still warm, which was nice.
I have an electric heating pad and I honestly love the Warm Tradition hot water bottle better. I am free to move wherever I want, I don’t have to stay close to an outlet. I am able to fill up the hot water bottle with hot water and it doesn’t get too hot like the electric heating pad. It is easy to fill, odorless, BPA and Phtalate free, and eco friendly.
Warm tradition water bottles are made in Germany and the covers are made in the USA. Because of the high quality materials that are used in making their products, they are able to provide a lifetime warranty on all their products.
Just to mention one more great benefit of these hot water bottles over electric heating pads, they are much cheaper, and how many electric heating pads have a lifetime warranty?
It’s time for you to stop dealing with cold feet and an aching neck. It’s time for you to take action and not suffer any more.
Have you ever used a hot water bottle? Do you think you will invest in a Warm tradition hot water bottle?