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Hot Boots

Treat your feet
Keep your toes nice and cosy this winter
From fluffy warm caress to a toasty paradise in just two minutes!
Relax and unwind in their gentle lavender scent
Non-slip soles and available in two colours
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Be nice to your poor feet this winter and keep them off those cold floors with a pair of Hot Boots. The perfect footwear for padding around the house, these super soft slip-ons really are hot. And we’re not talking hot in the fashion-tastic sense; we’re talking hot in the warm up your tootsies sense. Simply pop them in the microwave for a couple of minutes and the lavender-scented wheat grains within will keep them warm for up to an hour. Mmm… toasty slippers!

Perfect for keeping hard working feet cosy on chilly nights in front of the TV and warm during those icy mornings in the kitchen, Hot Slippers feature non-slip soles and fleecy insides. And unlike most slippers, the gently scented aromatherapy wheat grains ensure they’ll always smell gorgeous. Go on, treat your feet!

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Please Note:
  • One size available suitable for UK shoe size: Approx 3-7
  • For microwave use only
  • Do not overheat
  • Take care when removing from the microwave oven
  • The product can cause burns, avoid prolonged direct contact with the skin
  • Allow the Hot Boots to return to room temperature before heating them again
Instructions for use:
  • Remove outer packaging and ensure that the fabric is clean and dry before use. Place the slippers in a microwave and heat according to the guide below
  • When first heated you may notice a little moisture on the surface of the fabric, this is quite normal and will stop after a few uses
RatingMaximum Time
650 - 800W2 minutes
850 - 1,000W90 Seconds
Only reheat from room temperature
Customer reviews
"Much heavier than expected, but smelled lovely, mother-in-law was very happy with her gift!"
Maddie - 30th of December, 2015
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