You can buy heated mittens for £7 which you can charge up on the go and get five stars on AmazonDecember 4, 2018
But before you head out to buy a classic knitted pair, you may want to know that you can now get heated mittens.
- Yinuoday unisex heated mittens, £6.95 from Amazon – buy now
The gloves come with a USB 5V powered port, so you can warm them up by plugging them into your phone or laptop – or a portable charger if you're on the go.
They have heating pads on both sides, keeping your palms and the backs of your hands equally cosy.
The pads heat to around 40°C, which company Yinuoday claims is "the most comfortable range for the human body".
Not only that, but the top halves of the fingers are removable.
This means you can use them while typing on your phone – or even in your office if the winter mornings are proving too frosty for you.
The best bit? They cost just £6.95 on Amazon.
They've already racked up a number of five star reviews, with one shopper writing: "Perfect for the office or out and about. I use these with a portable charger, and the gloves get to a lovely warm temperature.
"Also, the heating pads are Velcro so easily removed for cleaning, or even put them into another pair of your favourite gloves."
Another said: "Great gloves if you're going to be outside in the cold.
"Wires are more than long enough to run inside your coat and then into your trousers or coat pocket (my coat has an inside pocket which is extra helpful) wired up to a USB phone recharge pack I brought a few years back.
"Worked all night and kept my hands at a lovely temperature without them getting too warm."
We wonder if it would be acceptable to keep them on in the pub?
Meanwhile, Tesco is selling £18 'twosie' Christmas jumpers to help combat loneliness.
Asda has Mary Poppins pyjamas for mums and daughters with prices from £9.
And commuters did a double take at a woman whose flesh-coloured leggings made her look naked.
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