Aldi are selling extra long hot water bottles that are perfect for cosy evenings in

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Its getting very chilly, and it feels like those lockdown winter nights are just going on and on.

Since we can’t go out at night due to coronavirus restrictions, how do we stay cosy indoors without running up a serious heating bill?

Well, Aldi may just be selling a fabulous solution.

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We know that hot water bottles have of course been around for many years, however the famed supermarket have created one that goes a little further.

Their hot water bottle measures in at a whopping 58cm in length and holds up to a litre of water.

This elongated shape means that it can cover more surface area of your body and therefore keep more of you warmer.

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The cosy bottle comes with two coverings, either cream or grey, and is also fantastic for soothing any aches or pains you may have.

However the warming item has sold like hot cakes, and is already out of stock online, but it will be available in stores from Thursday 21 January, so you better be on the look out.

Additionally, the item is a total bargain, costing just £6.49.

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On the Aldi website the product description reads: "Snuggle up this cosy knit Grey Long Hot Water Bottle, perfect for those freezing nights!

"Whether you are snuggling down on the sofa or want to warm up your bed before sleep, this is perfect for keeping you toasty."

A previous version of Aldi's hot water bottle received many positive reviews from customers

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One person wrote: "At first I thought that I had made a mistake as it only holds a litre of water and is quite narrow.

"But I was wrong it's perfect to use for your back, stomach and neck."

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