You can now buy a huge water bottle that wraps the whole way around you
Plunging temperatures are currently hitting the UK, with the Met Office forecasting more blizzards and freezing rain in the next coming days.
UK weather forecaster say winds of up to 40mph could hit certain areas, with temperatures expected to remain cold and even more snow predicted to fall in some areas of the country today (February 12).
So, anything that helps keeps us warm and extra toasty in our homes is definitely necessary.
Many people will have hot water bottles in there home already, but a new design with make sure you're even more snug.
The big hot water bottle, available from Amazon, allows you to wrap it around yourself at night.
The Body Bottle by YuYu can be ordered from the website for £24.99 (not including delivery).
According to the product description on the website, the Body Bottle uses less than a kettle (1-1.5 litres) of water.
It also comes wrapped in a cosy fleece fabric, which you can snuggle up to on a cold night.
The fleece covers are very easy to care for and are washable at 30 degrees.
The hot water bottle also has a handy extendable strap for wearing around the waist or back.
The bottle uses high-quality biodegradable rubber rather than PVC and the bumps on the surface of it trap air under the fabric making it stay warmer for longer.
What's better is that it will give you warmth without making your heating bill sky-high.
As well as warming you up, the hot water bottle is also great to soothe aches and pains.
Fifteen weather stations across the UK recorded their lowest-ever temperatures for February overnight on Wednesday.
The Met Office's station in Braemar, Aberdeenshire, recorded a temperature of minus 23C on Wednesday night, the lowest in the UK since 1995.
The "extreme freeze" also saw the mercury plummet in areas in the Scottish Highlands, such as Kinbrace and Strathallan, to a chilly 21.3C and minus 18.2C respectively.
Oli Claydon, a spokesman for the Met Office, said that some of the records had been broken by "quite some way".
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