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Free heat pad with selected Heated Clothing from Primrose

Christmas may be over, but the cold weather is only about to start!

Free heat pad!Prepare for next week’s sub-zero temperatures with heated clothing.

Buy any of these four winter essentials and get a free heat pad. Made from fleece, it’s portable and can also help relieve cramps and aches.

Get yours soon. This offer is only available while stocks last!

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Great gloves! I bought a pair for my Dad’s birthday as he has Raynaud’s – he’s delighted. I also bought a pair for myself as I also have circulatory problems with my hands and I’m really pleased with them.

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Superb quality item really works well. Can tell straight away when switched on. Totally delighted with performance.

Warmawear™ Heated Clothing from Primrose

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Cat, Heated Clothing

Our team mascot Billy Joe is ready to keep warm with his newly knitted scarf.

Have you been feeling the cold weather? Are you wondering how to keep warm? Did you know that our huge range of heated clothing starts from just £4.29 for a pair of battery gloves?

The heated clothing selection also includes footwear and insoles from £9.95, jackets and gilets from £21.95 and scarves from £14.95 from well-known brands such as Warmawear™ and Blazewear.

And with our same day despatch if ordered before 3pm there won’t be any delays!

Primrose – keeping the nation warm this winter.

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.