Lidl to sell a heated shoulder and back and neck pads to keep you warm and relieve pain

LIDL is selling electric heated pads for your shoulders, neck and back to keep you warm and ease muscle pain.

The Silvercrest comfort accessories are part of the discounter's latest Middle of Lidl range and will be available to buy in stores from Sunday.

They cost £14.99 each – we've had a look around and found that it's a decent deal compared to other blankets sold elsewhere.

The back and neck electric blanket is fitted with a velcro strap around the top and a buckle waist strap so that you can use it while you sit down.

The heated pads sit across your back and around the back and sides of your neck for maximum comfort.

It comes with six heat settings and electronic temperature control, and a safety feature that means it automatically switches off after 90 minutes.

The soft outer fabric can be detached and is machine washable so it's easy to keep clean.

We've had a look around and couldn't these types of heated blankets cheaper anywhere else.

The next best price we could find was the Hangsun Heating Pad Electric Blanket on Amazon Marketplace for £22.99.

Even with free delivery for Prime Members, you'll save £8 by shopping at Lidl.

The supermarket's heated shoulder pad wraps loosely around your neck so it can heat up and relieve tension in the affected areas.

It also has six heat settings and the 90-minute safety feature.

Again, you'll be getting a good deal at Lidl as the next best offer we could find was on where a similar heating shawl will set you back £23 – £8 more than what you'd get at the supermarket.

The retailer's personal care range includes a regular electric heated blanket for £16.99, and a folding shopping troll which will set you back £29.99.

Both of the Silvercrest products need to be plugged in at the wall when being used.

The stock lands on shelves on Sunday September 13 but remember it's the bargain store's special offer range.

Like Aldi's Specialbuys, the Middle of Lidl range is limited and won't be restocked once sold out.

You'll also need to head into a shop as Lidl doesn't offer an online shopping and delivery service.

There are more than 800 stores in the UK. You can find your nearest one using the locator tool.

Lidl has launched a new loyalty app that gives shoppers discounts on food, Sky bills and cinema tickets.

Meanwhile, Aldi recently brought back its sell-out heated clothes airer and customers couldn't get enough.

Mums are raving about a high chair from Aldi which converts into a toddler seat – saying it's a dupe of a designer version.





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