If your job is in a cool office, you're a natural cold person, or it's winter's death, you've probably experienced what it's like to do your job while you're cold. Instead of putting up jackets, hats and gloves, check out this list of items to warm yourself up in the office.
What items can keep you warm in office supplies without taking too much space or being a burden? Perhaps a mini-heater will do the art. Or even a heated mouse mat or mouse. A heat sink can even get the job done. No matter what you prefer, we have the best choices for you!
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Mini-room heater: Lasko ($ 21)
A room heater is a good option for heating your workplace. Our list of room heaters for rooms of different sizes is a good place to start when looking for a heater and if you're looking for a small enough to fit your desk, our top recommendation is a Lasko MyHeat heater.
This Lasko MyHeat personal room heater is a powerful heater that turns on with the touch of a button. Just turn it on and in seconds, you'll get a warm warm warmth to take care of your hands.
This rectangular heater is about 6 inches tall, small enough to carry it around in one hand if you want to move around the office. The heater also has an overheating sensor that turns it off for safety. It's a good option for those times you need a little warm (and do not want to heat the entire office in the process). Keep in mind that it sells quite fast this time of year, so if the black model is out of stock, take the navy or white model instead.
Hot Desktop Pillow: Kupx ($ 33)
Do you want an office warming pad that you can use anywhere? Maybe your feet are cool or your hands are too cool to write. You can place the Kupx Warm Desk Pad under the mouse and keyboard, or even under the desktop. You can even get two and get them both places!
With different modes, you can be sure your goods are safe from the heat. If you want to warm your feet under your desk, you can choose full heat mode, but if you want to use Kupx as a hot mat on the desktop, you can select the pad that only warms a part of the pad (so your laptop or electronics will not overheat).
The coupe is heated in about 30 seconds, and has a durable and waterproof rubber bottom together with a waterproof, faux leather top. With certainty in mind, this pad turns off when it reaches 122 degrees Fahrenheit.
Upper Earrings: 180s Bluetooth II Ear Warmer Headphones ($ 38)
If you listen to music or make phone calls with headphones or headphones during work but are tired of cold ears, then the 180's Bluetooth II Ear Warmer headphones can be just what you need. With three different colors to choose from, you can use these isolated polyester headphones for up to 9 hours with just one full charge.
If comfort and sound are your concerns, these 180's will do the job. They are comfortable around your ears and will keep them warm (both inside and outside the office). In addition, they are Bluetooth, so you do not have to handle annoying wires unless they are charged. And with an adjustable click-to-fit, you can carry these headsets nicely around your head.
Heating Mouse Mat: ValueRays ($ 25)
Do your hands ever get cold while you grab your computer mouse? If you're sick of cold bones, check out ValueRays Mouse Hand Warmer. Simply push your hand (and the mouse) into the big opening of the carpet bag and get to work! This pad is 12 inches x 12 inches so it fits your desk easily and works with any mouse (both wireless and USB drives). It may look a little strange, but it's like a snuggy for your hands.
This fleece sliding mouse pad has a USB connector that connects the infrared heater and connects directly into the computer. ValueRays Mouse Hand Warmer can also be washed (just be sure to wash and dry by hand).
If you like the idea of a heated mouse mat, check out this cute and funny version that's also a plush cat: Update Everyday Heating Mouse Pad .
Hand-warming Mouse: ValueRays ($ 25)
If your heating mouse mat is not enough, you may be interested in this ValueRays handheld USB-powered mouse. This mouse has left, right and DPI buttons, along with a high speed marker, but it also has a button on the bottom to turn the heat on and off. It's not exactly an ultra-premium game mouse, but for people who want warm hands and increased circulation above all else, it's a perfect fit.
ValueRays has five "hand acupressure points" on top of the mouse (nubbers seen above). While we can not comment on the effects of muscupressure, people seem to enjoy the feature. Finally, the mouse reaches 99 degrees Fahrenheit, radiating heat around all sides for maximum comfort and warmth. Finally, this mouse is perfect for both right and left-handed users!