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WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle


Can you sleep well in cold winter night? Do you want a durable and safe enough hot water bag to help you enjoy a sweet dream? Are you looking for a hot water bottle portable so that you can take it anywhere you go? If any answer to these questions is...
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  • Well manufactured with rubber, this hot water bag is durable and safe enough
  • The rubber hot water bag is featured with texture, anti-slip
  • Bottle cap of this hot water bag is made of good material, heat resistant, matching the bottle well
  • Specially designed bottleneck permits you pour in water much more easily
  • This rubber hot water bottle can keep your feet and hands warm and comfortable all the time
  • You can use this practical rubber hot water bottle surprise anyone you care about, bring warmth for them
  • Material: Rubber
  • Capacity: 1500ml
  • Size: 34 x 18.5cm/13.4 x 7.3in(L x W)


WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle

  • With classic style and good material, this rubber hot water bottle is popular who pay much attention to quality of life

WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle

  • Proper size of this hot water bag is portable, making the bag can be taken anywhere you go

WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle

  • The air-tight stopper of this hot water bag can ensure there is no leak

WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle

  • Surface is full of texture so that the hot water bag will not slip away from your hands

WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle

  • This rubber hot water bottle is featured with special bottleneck so that you can pour water into it much more easily

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WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle


  • Color is random in delivery

Hot Water Bottle Safety:

WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle

A hot water bottle is a container filled with hot water used to provide warmth when applied to a sore spot. Hot water bottles can cause serious burns when not handled with care


  • Replace hot water bottles once a year or sooner if you notices signs of deterioration. Before filling it up, check for cracks or leaks. Do not use boiling water as it may damage the rubber. Use warm water heated in a kettle. Keep the bottle away from your body over a sink when filling it up. Fill it until about two-thirds full. Keep the filled bottle out of reach of children


  • Never apply a hot water bottle directly to skin as it may cause serious burns. Wrap it in a towel. Leaving the bottle for longer than 15 minutes on one part of the body may cause severe burns. Do not lay on a hot water bottle as it may burst


  • Hot water bottles soothe aches and pains and also can keep you warm at night. According to the Planet Green website, you can save on energy costs by substituting your electric blanket or heater with a hot water bottle by placing it under the blanket and removing it before going to sleep

The Effects of a Hot Water Bottle:

WaiErKang Classic Rugged Rubber Hot Water Bottle

Hot water bottles have been used for centuries as a way of warming up the bed. As early as the 16th century, bed warmers containing hot coals were used for heating purposes. Later, similar containers containing hot water were developed, and these were made of metal, wood, glass or earthenware. In modern times, rubber or a similar material is typically used to make hot water bottles, and is covered in a fabric or cloth cover to avoid uncomfortable contact with the hot rubber material. Such hot water bottles have several medical, physical and psychological applications, in addition to their use as a heat source


  • Hot water bottles are a thrifty and efficient means of heating up a bed during cold weather. Particularly in houses with poor or inefficient heating systems, a hot water bottle provides lasting night-time heat for very little energy outlay. The only electricity used is for boiling hot water to fill the bottle. Ho -water bottle use may allow the homeowner to turn down the household heating system while the family members are warm in bed with their "hotties." Although hot water bottle use for heating has generally declined as more modern home heating systems have evolved, bottles remain popular in the U.K., developing nations where central heating is not available, and more recently in Japan where hot water bottles are prized as an economical heat source


  • Hot water bottles can be used as a medical treatment for physical pain. Application of the hot water bottle to the pain site can achieve a degree of pain relief, without the use of painkilling drugs. Alternately, hot water bottles may be used as a supplement to an existing regimen of pain-controlling drugs, for additional pain relief. Hot water bottles are a popular non-drug remedy for muscular pain, stomach ache, and menstrual cramps. Heat works to relieve pain by increasing circulation to muscles, thereby decreasing spasms and reducing inflammation


  • The psychological effects of a hot water bottle can be very soothing. A hot water bottle can be helpful in signifying bedtime for children or adults who struggle with insomnia, getting to sleep, or staying asleep. Hot water bottles are soothing to sick or tired children in particular, as they act as a comfort item as well as a pain-reducing heat source


  • Obviously, hot water carries some inherent dangers. Do not use boiling water in rubber hot water bottles, and do not overfill-both these factors can cause the rubber material to degrade and increase the risk of a hot water bottle leaking water and burning the user. Take care when filling a hot water bottle, so as not to pour or splash hot water onto your hands. Once the water is in the bottle, expel any excess air before firmly tightening the stopper. Old bottles, or those showing any sign of material deterioration or cracking, should be discarded. Hot water bottles for pain relief should not be applied to areas of the skin that are broken, bleeding or otherwise injured

Alternatives to Hot Water

  • New versions of hot water bottles, which do not actually use hot water, have similar benefits in terms of heating and pain relief. For example, wheat-filled bed warmers are constructed similarly to traditional rubber hot water bottles, but instead are microwaved in order to heat up the wheat. Similar microwaveable bed warmers are available filled with gel material. Electrically-powered heating pads are also available in similar sizes to the traditional water bottle. These alternatives to the hot water bottle avoid the dangers associated with hot water and potential leakages

Package Included:

  • 1 x Hot Water Bottle