Heatbag by Ostrichpillow

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The perfect companion for cozy days and pain relief.

Ostrichpillow has introduced a range of pillows that offer a convenient solution to travel or to take a break at the office in complete comfort. The brand’s latest product provides the same blend of contemporary aesthetics and function in a user-friendly design. Named Heatbag, this huggable companion aims to be by your side whether you want a bit of warmth or some pain relief. Unlike classic heating pads and traditional hot water bottles, Heatbag optimizes heat release while maximizing user-friendliness.

This warm companion features 8 specially designed layers that release the heat slowly across the body side. The open side features a thick layer of insulating foam that prevents heat loss. Thanks to the use of an inner clay core, the bag stays warm or cold for longer. At the same time, these high-quality, natural materials are easy to clean and safer to use. Made of a soft jersey fabric and recycled foam, Heatbag is also conveniently machine washable thanks to the removable cover.

Apart from the mental and physical benefits of heat treatments, the bag also provides safe pain relief. By freezing it, the user can easily transform Heatbag into a cold pad. Launched through Kickstarter, Heatbag has achieved more than 1,000% funding in 21 days thanks to more than 2,000 supporters. Early bird and super early bird backers got the bag at up to 49% off the future retail price. Perfect as a gift, Heatbag will cost $60 in Ostrichpillow’s online store. Photographs© Ostrichpillow.

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