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12 Ridiculously Warm Products For People Who Are Always Ridiculously Cold

These are brilliant.

It’s tough always being cold.  As soon as you step out of that warm comfy bed, you’re greeted by an Arctic world.  From walking on tile floor to sitting in your freezing office (even during the summer!), it’s sometimes a struggle to get through the day.

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Thankfully, through the wonders of technology, there are some pretty neat products that can really help. With winter right around the corner, now is the time to get prepared.

Here are some of our favorites.

1. Toasty Mug

Warm your fingers and your belly at the same time.

SABRINA FOSSI Toasty Mug, $39.00

2. USB Heated Mittens

These keep your hands nice and toasty while keeping your fingers free to type away.

Eforstore Fingerless Gloves USB 2.0 Heated, $10.99

3. Keysocks

Staying warm doesn’t have to mean sacrificing style!

Keysocks Women’s No Show Sock, $10.99 

4. Wearable Sleeping Bag

Yes. Just so much yes to this.

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evrgrn Crash Sack, $59.93

5. Heated Lotion Dispenser

Kill two birds with one stone when you moisturize and warm your hands at the same time.

Conair Heated Lotion Dispenser, $14.24

6. Heated Slippers

How cold are your toes right about now? And how much warmer would they be in these heated slippers?

Volt Unisex Indoor Outdoor Heated Slippers, $103

7.  Heated Insoles

We’re pretty sure if you put an end to freezing feet, world peace may follow.

ThermaCELL Original Heated Insoles, $60-139

8. Heated Mouse

If you must continue to work while barely staying about hypothermic temperatures, you need a heated mouse to help you do it.

ValueRays® Heated Mouse, $18.95

RELATED:  There is an actual explanation as to why some people are always cold.

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