End the Shivers! No More Brrrrrrrs!

Heated Clothing at Primrose

We’re seeing the first signs of spring, but winter isn’t over yet!

Whether you’re looking to stay warm on your daily commute or are planning a skiing holiday, your hands will thank you for keeping them warm with Warmawear™ heated clothing.

Shop our end of season sale with discounts of up to 80% off RRP now!

After using them for only two hours I immediately ordered a second pair.

Heated Gloves from £3.95 Heated Socks and Insoles from £9.99 Heated Scarves, Hats and Warmers from £2.99

Very good product that works really well and are at a very competitive price – I can recommend these without hesitation.

Warmawear Icebiters Heated Gilets and Jackets from

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Important Christmas Delivery Notice

Order from Primrose by 20th Dec

No need to fret if you’ve not finished your Christmas shopping yet as there’s still time to find a great gift from our huge range of gifts designed not just for gardeners!

Our last guaranteed shipping date for Christmas delivery is Friday the 20th of December if you order by 3pm.

Get £5 off when you spend £50 or more. Simply enter code DEC135 at the checkout. Valid until 20/12/2013.

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Well made, easy to use.

 

Electronic Hand Warmer from PrimroseOur Warmawear™ 3 in 1 hand warmer is one of the most versatile gifts we have and perfect as a stocking filler. It has three functions in one:

  • Hand warmer with two heat settings that can reach up to 55°C.
  • Torch so you can find your way home easily at night.
  • Phone charger to make sure you can charge your phone, e-reader, or tablet even if you’re not near a mains socket.

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Brave the Cold with Heated Clothing!

Primrose Heated Clothing from £3.95

Warmawear 2 in 1 Heated Hat and ScarfWinter’s here!

We’ve got temperatures as low as -4°C coming up this weekend.

Keep warm with our huge range of over 60 heated clothing items including:
Warmawear Mens Heated Waistcoat Jacket

“An excellent buy. Recommended.”

How about heating your patio and looking after your plants’ needs?

Outdoor Heating from £32.95
Frost Protection from £2.95

Keep Warm with Primrose!

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She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

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From the TV to your Toes – our Heated Socks get an Airing!

Heated Socks on ITV's This Morning

We’re providing you with the perfect solution to keep your feet warm this winter with our heated socks, featured on ITV’s This Morning today as the perfect way to beat the rising energy costs!

Our range of 70+ heated clothing products starts at just £4.95 and includes:

If you’ve missed them, take a look on itvplayer – the socks are from 03:45 onwards!

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

See all of Cat’s posts.