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Winter shows no sign of abating—which means so is the cold. If you're someone who hates the freezing temperatures, snowy days, and blustering winds that this time of year brings, you could use one (or all!) of the following things in your life. From a smart coffee mug to our favourite space heater, these are the best products to warm you up this winter.

1. This 'smart' mug that keeps your coffee hot

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: EmberPhoto: Ember

Of course, I drink coffee for the caffeine hit (who doesn't?!) but in the winter, I also drink it to warm up my insides. So a lukewarm latte just isn't going to cut it. One of our writers put the popular Ember travel mug to the test to see if it could prevent her coffee from getting cold. The verdict? Success! It kept her drink warm and she could control the temperature directly from her phone.

Get the Ember Temperature Control Smart Mug at Amazon for £125.10

2. Our favourite weighted blanket

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: GravityPhoto: Gravity

If you don't have a weighted blanket yet, what are you waiting for? The day I got mine was the day my life changed (a little dramatic, yes, but also true). Here at Reviewed, we recommend the Gravity Blanket after testing it because it's high quality and provides just the right amount of pressure—not too suffocating, but not too light, either.

Get the Gravity Blanket from Amazon for £149

3. These splurge-worthy slippers

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Never have I owned a pair of shoes as snuggly and soft as my UGGs. And I'm not the only one obsessed with the brand. People love UGGs, including these cosy suede slippers, because they're great quality and lined with plush shearling that feels like you're walking on clouds.

Get the UGG Scuffette Slippers from Amazon for £66.63

4. The number one heater

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: Reviewed/Jonathan ChanPhoto: Reviewed/Jonathan Chan

Want to be warm without cranking up your boiler and your energy bill? Then this top-rated space heater is your best bet. Of all the ones we tested, the De'Longhi heater gave off the most warmth and had some of the most robust safety features, including an automatic shut-off function.

Get the De'Longhi Mica Thermic Panel Heater from Amazon for £107.25

5. The cosiest coat you can buy

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: SheinPhoto: Shein

I've been seeing teddy coats everywhere lately, so I finally broke down and ordered this one from Shein—and I'm obsessed. It's super fluffy and soft (like wearing your favourite sherpa blanket in public!), and it's perfect for layering over other clothes on a cold day.

Get the Leopard Pocket Teddy Coat from Shein for £22.99

6. This pocket-sized heater for your hands

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Gone are the days of using those cheap paper hand warmers. Instead, people are opting for this high-tech version, that doubles as a portable charger. According to its many 5-star reviews, it heats up in just one second (!!) and can keep your hands warm for up to eight hours before it needs to be recharged.

Get the OCOOPA Rechargeable Hand Warmer on Amazon for £21.99

7. These super soft earmuff headphones

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: NavlyPhoto: Navly

Are they earmuffs or headphones? The correct answer is both. These toasty headphones have received positive reviews for being comfortable and keeping ears warm. People also claim the sound quality is great, with one, in particular, gushing they can be comfortably worn with a winter hat.

Get the Navly Ear Warmers with Bluetooth on Amazon for £16.99

8. This cold-resistant steering wheel accessory

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The only thing worse than getting into a freezing cold car in the morning is putting your bare hands on the freezing cold steering wheel. The solution? This padded cold-resistant cover, which reviewers claim kept their steering wheel surprisingly warm and is comfortable to drive with.

Get the SEG Direct Steering Wheel Cover from Amazon for £14.99

9. The best kettle

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Chances are you already have a perfectly functional electric kettle. However, this brilliant kettle features six preset heat settings, it even boils water in a quick five minutes before switching to a "keep warm" mode, so you can refill your cuppa at leisure.

Get the Cuisinart PerfecTemp 1.7 Liter Electric Kettle from Amazon for £71.97

10. This wearable blanket you'll never want to take off

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: ComfyPhoto: Comfy

Last winter, I impulsively bought The Comfy from Shark Tank—and as someone who is cold 99 per cent of the time, it was one of the best decisions I've ever made. It's essentially a blanket disguised as an oversized hoodie (there's even a pocket for snacks!), and the sherpa lining is the softest material I've ever felt.

Get The Comfy Original Wearable Blanket on Amazon for £44.99

11. This popular heated massage cushion

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Your car has heated seats, so why can't your desk chair or your couch? Make those dreams of a warmer tush come true with this cushion. Not only does it heat up across your entire back but it also doubles as a massager so you can loosen up those cold, stiff joints.

Get the Snailax Shiatsu Massage Cushion with Heat on Amazon for £109.99

12. These ridiculously warm leggings

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: SmartwoolPhoto: Smartwool

I love leggings as much as the next person—but your standard pair isn't exactly made for winter weather. Enter these Smartwool leggings. They're cosy and slim and will keep you warm on the coldest summits.

Get the Smartwool Women's Thermal Tights from Amazon for £53.49

13. This iconic thermos for hot meals on the go

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: ThermosPhoto: Thermos

Whether you're sitting in your freezing office or on a chilly weekend ramble, you want (and need) your lunch to warm you up. And this stainless steel thermos provides will keep your meal steamy until your ready to start munching. It has over 5,000 reviews on Amazon, with people raving that it's so well insulated that it kept their food piping hot for up to seven hours.

Get the Thermos Stainless Steel Food Jar from Amazon for £20.00

14. This heating pad you can wear

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: MVPowerPhoto: MVPower

Space heaters, heated seats, and hot water bottles are all great ways to stay warm—until you have to get up and move around. Fortunately, wearable heating pads exist. This one, which is made of super soft plush, has tons of five-star reviews because it provides full coverage (it goes all the way from your neck to your lower back and around your shoulders) and has a variety of customizable heat settings.

Get the MVPower Shoulder Electric Heating Pad from Amazon for £21.99

15. These thermal socks so you don't get cold feet

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photo: Heat HoldersPhoto: Heat Holders

No slippers, no problem. All you really need for toastier toes is a pair of these thick thermal socks, which use an extra-heavy lining so your feet stay warmer for longer. According to their hundreds of glowing reviews, the socks are ridiculously soft and comfortable to wear around the house.

Get the Heat Holders Ladies Thermal Slipper Socks from Amazon for £12.99

16. This hat that's made for extreme temperatures

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Meet the winter hat that over 1,000 people have given five-star reviews. It's 100 per cent windproof on the outside yet 100 per cent fuzzy and warm on the inside. Reviewers love that it comes with a removable face mask for the days when it's really cold and that it also looks stylish enough to wear every day.

Get the Mysuntown Winter Trooper Hat from Amazon for £16.99

17. This must-have for your bed

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A heated mattress pad sounds like exactly what I need in my life (and in my bed). And people love this one from Amazon. They like that there's zone heating—so you and your partner can customize your temperature to your liking—and that you can preheat your pad so it's nice and toasty when it's time to crawl in.

Get the Homefront Dual Control Heated Mattress Cover from Amazon for £67.95

18. This best-selling blanket scarf

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On chilly, windy days, a scarf is a necessity for keeping cold drafts out of your coat. Blanket scarves, in particular, are having a moment because of how oversized they are (perfect for snuggling up in!). This is one of the most popular ones on Amazon thanks to its glowing reviews raving about how soft and well-made it is.

Get the Wander Agio Large Scarf from Amazon for £5.73

19. This brilliant foot warmer

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The only thing better than two slippers is one massive, heated one. That's essentially what this sherpa-lined foot warmer is. It's highly rated on Amazon because it only takes one minute to heat up (it has heat settings from low to high) and can fit large foot sizes.

Get the Snailax Foot Warmer on Amazon for £35.99

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