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Remember back in December when we all kept smugly remarking to each other: "It's quite mild for this time of year, isn't it?" Oh, how times change.
So, if you're sitting inside reading this under a big blanket, or with your hat on and a hot mug of tea, you're not alone: the temperature has certainly dropped a few degrees.
We're cold indoors for various reasons: perhaps you can't bear the bills that come with having your heating on all the time, perhaps your radiators don't heat the room properly or you're working from home by yourself and want to save energy by not heating the entire house or flat.
Whatever your reason, you're cold right now - but you don't need to be, because Aldi's new Ceramic Fan Heater is about to become your most-appreciated companion.
Why we rate it:
This heater - which, might we add, looks like it's from a high-end designer homeware shop, with a price tag that spans several zeros - features an LED digital display, safety tip-over switch and remote control to help ensure that beating the chill in your home is as easy and faff-free as possible.
The modern freestanding design means that you don't have to sacrifice on style for functionality, and it's easy to move from room-to-room.
The design includes a safety tip-over switch and inbuilt protection against overheating, so you needn't worry about keeping too much of an eye on it.
Plus, you can adjust the thermostat between 15-35°C and also toggle between two heat settings (900W and 1,800W).
It also comes with a remote control so need to get up from your seat if you want to turn it off or on. Win-win in our books.
Buy it: Ceramic Fan Heater | £24.99 from Aldi
It's not the only great heater available at Aldi at the moment.
Buy it: Convection Heater With Remote | £44.99 from Aldi
Or, if you want something super-duper small, there's always the option of the fan-favourite heater plug, which keeps going out of stock.