WOMEN are flocking to buy a £12 ‘must have’ for menopause from The Range.
Shoppers are raving about the wearable Icycool antique fan, which they claim will help them cool off in hot weather.
This gadget costs £11.99 from The Range or you can buy two for £20 – saving £3.98 when buying two fans separately.
It is portable and can be charged with a USB connection.
If you want to pick one up, you can go to your nearest store or order it online.
But keep in mind that ordering online comes with an extra £3.95 for home or in-store delivery.
Women going through menopause have taken to social media to praise the item for helping them cope with the hot weather.
One Twitter user wrote: “I’m not saying perimenopause is slowly killing me, but I just had to buy a USB fan to carry in my laptop bag.
She continued to write: “Okay, who told me to get this antique fan? Look how happy I am with it!! It almost blew your ears off. I would sleep in it.”
Others were quick to comment, with one person writing: “So are these good? Thought they were just a gimmick.”
While another added: “Where did you get it? I need one!”
The fan is described as “the perfect summer companion” to keep you cool.
It has three speeds and can last eight hours on a single charge.
It always pays to compare prices so you know you’re getting the best deal.
And remember, don’t buy it just for the sake of it. Make sure you really need it first, or you won’t save a dime.
The Sun checked online and we could see a few similar fans selling for less than the ones at The Range.
Amazon is selling an Adifare portable antique fan for just £7.98 and a CENXINY fan for £10.99.
Of course, you’ll need to factor in delivery costs.
If you don’t mind paying a bit more, B&Q and Debenhams are selling an antique Valiant fan for £19.99.
Many ways to stay cool in hot weather
Spraying on some cooling spray can help you feel more refreshed.
These are the things that are available to buy for as little as £1.49.
You can also make a fan out of a sheet of paper or cardboard and fold it about an inch thick, and that’s it.
Filling up an old water bottle and putting it in the freezer overnight means you’ll never be short of a thirst quencher.
When the ice melts, you can drink cooling water to quench your thirst – and just hold the bottle and you also have a portable ice pack.
If you have to turn on the fan at night, there’s a trick you can use to maximize its effect.
Place a towel at the end of your bed and put on a pair of socks that you’ve soaked in cold water.
Then point the fan at your feet – it will keep your whole body cool, and the towel means your mattress won’t get wet.
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