0.8 Litre Eco Hot Water Bottle with Frog Cover (rubberless)

Key Features & Benefits
  • 0.8 litre luxury hot water bottle
  • High quality green frog cover
  • PVC free, odourless, recyclable and washable
  • Great look, extra soft touch and great insulation properties
  • 1 year tightness warranty (covering normal use as per instructions)
  • 25cm x 15cm x 5cm
  • Tested in accordance with ASTM D 6886


This 0.8 litre hot water bottle uses an ultra-modern, rubberless design which does not only make it easy-to-use and comfortable but eco too.

The inner bottle is made from more than 90% renewable materials such as sugar cane, is PVC free, recyclable and unlike may other hot water bottles, odourless. It's patented design includes a specially designed safety cap and the bottle itself is able to soften slightly when hot water is added.

The outer cover takes the appearance of a green frog. It is made from 100% polyester and melange fabric which provide a soft comfortable feel whilst insulating the heat. The outer cover has a flap in its back allows the cover to be safely separated from the inner bottle. The cover can be washed at 30 degrees.

This hot water bottle can make a great gift and is suitable for both adults and kids alike. It can be used for a whole range of purposes throughout the year including: treating back and abdominal pains, improving sleep or just for keeping warm.

This product is made in Germany by Hugo Frosch and has been tested in accordance with ASTM D 6886. It has dimensions of approximately 25cm x 15cm x 5cm. Instructions are included.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Diane E.
Love it, helps relieve my

Love it, helps relieve my painful ahoulder, without using pain killers.

Richard U.
Delighted with it! And more

Delighted with it! And more to the point, granddaughter delighted with it

Linda C.
0.8 litre "Eco-Sustainable" Hot Water Bottle with Frog Cover (rubberless)

Beautiful item , great quality and service.

Leigh G.
Looks great will know more

Looks great will know more when it is used after Christmas (Present)