13 of the CUTEST hot water bottles & hotties to keep you cosy this autumn

Is it just us, or did anyone else find that as soon as October arrived, IT TURNED REALLY GODDAMN COLD? And we don’t just mean a little bit chilly, we’re talking actual Arctic temperatures.

But with this cold weather, comes the opportunity for cosy nights in. Gone are the days of having to search for excuses to get out of social gatherings, we can now officially stay inside curled up with a book and a hot chocolate, and NOBODY WILL JUDGE US. *breathes a sigh of relief*

And what better to accompany an autumnal night in than a cuddly toy? But we’re not talking just any cuddly toys, oh no. We’re talking microwavable hotties and hot water bottles in disguise. Because, you know, we’re all adults here.

So, whether you fancy curling up with a unicorn, husky,  or even a bunny, we’ve found 13 of the best cuddlies out there to warm your cockles.

1. Debenhams Unicorn Hottie

Get it for £15. 


2. Aroma Home Pug Hottie

Get it for £16. 13


3. Claire’s Accessories Microwavable Bunny Hottie

Get it for £14 (and on the buy one get one free offer)


4. Maisons Du Monde Vintage Owl Hot Water Bottle

Get it for £9.99.


5. Superdrug Hippo Hot Water Bottle

Get it for £7.


6. Debenhams Bunny Hottie

Get it for £15.


7. Paperchase Gingerbread Man Hot Water Bottle

Get it for £12. 


8. Claire’s Accessories Curtis the Cat Hottie

Get it for £5. 


9. Paperchase Polar Bear Hot Water Bottle

Get it for £10. 


10. Debenhams Husky Hottie

Get it for £15. 


11. John Lewis Heart Stripe Hot Water Bottle

Get it for £18.


12. Superdrug Milo the Monkey Hot Water Bottle

Get it for £7.


And for those final finishing touches…

13. Zoella’s Lazy Days Socks and Candle Set

Get it for £16.

Which one have you got your eye on? We’re loving the unicorn, because, who doesn’t love unicorns? Let us know which you’d choose by leaving a comment below!

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Written by Rachel Ellen Pugh

Rachel is the publisher at Maximum Pop! Having graduated from The University of Manchester with a BA in English Literature, Drama & Film, Rachel started her media career working in several different start-ups and newsrooms.

Rachel joined MP! after seeing the opportunity to build the site's social channels, and now likes to shout about them wherever possible.

When she's not managing all things MP!, Rachel can be found chasing strangers' dogs for attention, annoying the rest of the team with Ru Paul GIFs, and attempting to become the Mary Berry she knows she is. And failing.

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