Friday, 13 December 2013

Heat Holders Christmas Giveaway

On the thirteenth day of my giveaways I have a fabulous prize contribution from Heat Holders.  Okay I admit the competitions were meant to finish yesterday but I have tacked on an extra three days, as I am kind like that and I know you guys appreciate it.

I really feel the cold this time of year unless I wrap myself up cosy!  My feet especially can feel miserable from now until spring.  But thankfully I always have my Heat Holders socks to bring out and restore warmth back into my poor toes!  Fortunately the Heat Holders range keeps extending so you can get warm all over.


The following prize bundle will help you survive winter with 2 pairs of heat holders originals (rrp 10 pounds each) and a set of hat and gloves (rrp £15 each).


I find once my feet are snug I am less likely to turn up the heating so that saves money!  My least favourite thing is cold feet (unless it’s the TV show of old I liked that!) and thermal socks are the only way to get some feeling back into them!!!  I think an investment of a couple of pairs is very sensible as you will cut back on heating and feel a lot more comfortable when your out and about this winter.

I think Heat Holders make a wonderful gift for anyone my age up, I have started to value comfort and prefer practical presents I know I will really benefit from using.  Although I do not think my boys would share the same relish if they found a children’s set in their stockings!  I know they would like to be toasty but they want that stuffed with sweets and toys.  So I might just buy them some new socks so I know when they are out in the school playground they will be as warm as I am at home.

If you would like to win the prize bundle kindly fill out the rafflecopter below by the 20th of December.

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147 comments:

  1. Always put a pair of socks on...

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  2. I put different layers of clothes on this traps the heat between each layer which keeps you warmer

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  3. Wear Heat Holder socks of course! They are soooooo snuggly!

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  4. plenty layers!

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  5. Lots of layers and my heat holders.

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  6. chantelle hazelden13 December 2013 at 13:15

    Layers layers and more layers x

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  7. I use a hot water bottle. :)

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  8. layer your clothes <3

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  9. mummyslittle peeps13 December 2013 at 19:00

    Hats x

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  10. Trap the heat between layers of clothing

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  11. By wearing jumper, hat, gloves.

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  12. Get a dehumidifier, ours heats the place up lol

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  13. Plenty of layers. (not chickens)

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  14. Lots of yummy hot chocolate :) x

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  15. lots of layers :) pile up those cumfy winter jumpers and blankets

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  16. lots of layers and closing doors

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  17. katrina day-reilly14 December 2013 at 07:12

    wear my dressing gown

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  18. Leggings under jeans. So toasty.

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  19. Layers - lots of layers. I also wear fluffy socks in bed as I have bad circulation so my feet are always freezing in the winter :D

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  20. these look great

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  21. Nice big cuddly duvet

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  22. electric blanket on for my icy toes

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  23. A hot bath keeps me warm for ages.I also live in long socks and slipper boots in the winter.

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  24. My wood burner - warm hunting and gathering wood, warm chopping and then warm burning :)

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  25. A hot chocolate, a warm onesie and a blanket.

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  26. big cup of tea and wrap up in my snuggie!

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  27. Hot water bottles & a snuggly blanket

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  28. A blanket on the sofa and the woodburner on.

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  29. A scarf over my head in bed seems to work wonders keeping the heat from escaping.

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  30. I like to wear a vest under my clothes, this additional layer keeps me warm.

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  31. Claire GriffithssoontobeAldrid15 December 2013 at 01:29

    hot water bottle in the bed before going in

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  32. I love using layers or snuggling up in a warm blanket :)

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  33. I wear lots of layers or snuggle in front of our log burner

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  34. I take a flask of hot coffee out with me!

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  35. stay indoors preferably in bed!

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  36. Lots of hot water bottles

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  37. Lots of layers!

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  38. mulled wine in front of log fire ooohhh lovely

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  39. I tend to wear layers of clothing in the Winter, in order to try and remain warm.

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  40. I wear layers during the day and on a night we all snuggle under a blanket so we're cosy

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  41. Handwarmers in all pockets

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  42. Katharine Bourne-Francis17 December 2013 at 12:34

    loads of layers

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  43. An electric over blanket, just put it on for an hour and it's amazing

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  44. I've got one of the blankets with sleeves

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  45. thermal underwear!! not particularly attractive but at least it keeps me warm :)

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  46. Fleecy blankets

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  47. plent of layers and thermal undies

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  48. Nice soft fleece with log fire

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  49. a hot water bottle

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  50. Duvet downstairs curled up on sofa with a mug of hot chocolate.....perfect

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  51. Hot water bottle and socks

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  52. Thermal vest and socks

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  53. lots of thin layers

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  54. thermal vests, long sleeved!

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  55. Hot drinks and polo neck jumpers

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  56. stay in bed!

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  57. Lots of layers and drink hot drinks.

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  58. hot water bottle

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  59. i put a jumper on

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  60. Don't skimp on food, as this is your fuel to keep your body warm.

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  61. We leave the curtains wide open during the day to let as much warm light through as possible and don't put furniture in front of radiators to let them actually radiate.

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  62. lots of layers

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  63. Layering and a hat x

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  64. extra layers

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  65. Louise Fairweather18 December 2013 at 12:02

    put the fire on and have a hot choc ;-)

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  66. lots of layers and hot drinks

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  67. Hilda Hazel Wright18 December 2013 at 15:20

    I wear warm socks and boots, big jumpers and fluffy gilets and drink lots of tea!

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  68. thermal socks,gloves and hat

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  69. Two quilts at night! Toastie!

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  70. Make pans of soups and stews works a treat

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  71. cuddle your other half!

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  72. Have a cuddly blanket and hot water bottle

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  73. My fleece PJ's fluffy socks, big dressing gown and hot chocolate

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  74. Wear a nice warm jumper

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  75. The heat gel packs

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  76. A fleece blanket and a hot drink.

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  77. Layers is the key

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  78. "Shut the blooming doors" is the common shout in this house, keep them shut and keep the heat in.

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  79. I put extra layers on rather than turn up the heating

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  80. thermal socks and vest :) And always wear a scarf, if your neck is cold you all feel cold :)

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  81. turn up the heating

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  82. I take hot water bottle to work to defrost the car locks and keep me warm.

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  83. Cuddle up under a duvet

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  84. Katarzyna Szewczyk19 December 2013 at 13:53

    Hot tea with honey!

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  85. Laura Jayne Bates19 December 2013 at 15:01

    my fleece blanket

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  86. I snuggle up with my husband on the sofa with my new furry sofasnuggle and a mug of hot chocolate :)

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  87. I put my pyjamas and slippers on the radiator so they are lovely and toasty when I put them on.

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  88. Hot tea with honey!

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  89. Wear lots of layers

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  90. Don't leave the house!

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  91. Cuddle the cat. They are like little furry hot waterbottles. Also. when they are having a cuddle they are not destroying the Christmas tree

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  92. hot cuppa and warm fluffy dressing gown

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  93. a snuggly blanket lives permanently on my couch during the winter!

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  94. Lots of layers in the daytime, and my electric blanket at night!

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  95. A heated throw a hot drink

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  96. wear more clothes and have hot drinks and food :)

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  97. use layers of clothings

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  98. I have a heat pad that's warmed up in the microwave. It keeps my legs warm when I'm sat down.

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  99. Leggings under jeans :)

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  100. A hot bath, lots of layers and a big mug of tea or hot milk!

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  101. wear a jumper and onesie to keep warm

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  102. Claire Thomson Little20 December 2013 at 01:32

    cuddling up with my dog :)

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  103. Like you I'm a strong believer in keeping my feet covered. I heat my house constantly but at a much lower tempreture than you need when you use it on and off. It means the walls stay warm. I keep most of the blinds shut and the upstairs doors open to allow the warmer air to circulate and have the appliances on when people are home as they also generate heat. If I'm outside, a hat is a must as is a good pair of gloves and scarf to keep the heat in.

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  104. Lots of snuggles and a woolly hat x

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  105. thermal underwear and woolley jumpers

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  106. 2 duvets

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  107. I try to keep warm by wearing plenty of layers of clothes, wearing a couple of pairs of socks helps too.

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  108. Gabrielle Svensson20 December 2013 at 07:10

    Wear lots of layers, and warm thermal socks!

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  109. Lots of layers to trap the heat

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  110. Wear plenty of layers of clothes and have lots of hot drinks.

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  111. make the dog sleep on your lap! he produces lots of heat!

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  112. Stephanie Campbell20 December 2013 at 09:23

    more thin layers trap heat than one thick layer! Wrap up!

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  113. wear thermals!!

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  114. wearing thick socks

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  115. Cosy up under a throw! :)

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  116. a fluffy blanket and a fluffy cat!!

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  117. fluffy slippers and a blanket :)

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  118. Lots of layers and a scarf, hat and gloves.

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  119. sofa blankie and some lovly thick socks

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  120. Hot water bottle,flanellette pyjamas and bed socks,doesn't really create the best look ,but you stay warm and cosy.

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  121. Hot water bottle pjs and hot chocolate

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  122. By having lots of fun (laughing always makes me warm) and all 3 of us (me hubby and 5yr old) snuggling up on settee watching a family film

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  123. Leggings under trousers... or a snuggle with my dog :)

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  124. wear an extra top xx

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  125. wear thin layers :)

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  126. Hot Water bottle and and extra thick blanket

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  127. merry christmas

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  128. Julie Jingle Baxter20 December 2013 at 19:50

    wear an extra top and use blankets :)

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  129. hot water bottle x

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  130. hot water bottle

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  131. A hot water bottle and a gingerbread latte with whipped cream normally do the trick!

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  132. Darlene Ovenstone20 December 2013 at 20:33

    Also lots of hot chocolate and cups of tea helps alot :) x

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  133. Wine (it's also how I keep cool in summer.....)

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  134. I have my snuggie on all the time at night to keep me warm!

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  135. Log fire good book and relax

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  136. wear lots of clothes even a coat - reduce the nasty energy hyped up bills

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  137. Warm blanketss fire and heat holder socks

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  138. always wear a hat

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  139. Keep your head and toes warm

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  140. Wear extra layers and drink lots of soups/hot chocolate.

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  141. Hot water bottles.

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