If your job is in a cold office, you're a naturally cold person, or it's winter's death, you've probably experienced how it's doing the job while you're cold. Instead of putting on jackets, hats and gloves, check this list of items to warm yourself in the office.
What items could keep you warm in your office without taking up too much space or being a burden? Maybe a mini heater does the trick. Or even a heated mouse pad or mouse. A boiler can even get the job done. No matter what you prefer, we have the best choices for you!
If you like this article and want to learn more about our recommendations for products that keep you warm, check out our articles about heated wipes gloves for the office and office footrests .
Mini-room heater: Lasko ($ 21)
A space heater is an excellent option for warming up your workplace. Our list of space heaters for different rooms is a great place to start when looking for a heater and if you are looking for a small enough to fit your desk, our best recommendation is a Lasko MyHeat warmer.
This Lasko MyHeat Personal Space Heater is a powerful heater that switches on with a touch of a button. Turn on the power and in a few seconds you will get a warm warmth to take the chill off your hands.
This rectangular heater is about 6 inches tall, small so you can carry it around in one hand if you want to move around the office. The heater also has an overheating sensor that shuts it off for your safety. This is a good option for those times you need some heat (and do not want to heat the entire office in the process). Note that it is sold fairly quickly this time of year, so if the black model is sold out, take the navy or white model instead.
Warm Wallpaper: Kupx ($ 33)
Do you want an office heater cushion that you can use anywhere? Maybe your feet are chilly, or your hands are too cold to write. You can place the Kupx Warm Desk Pad with your mouse and keyboard, or even under your desktop. You can also get two and get them in both places!
With different modes, you can be sure your items are safe from the heat. If you want to warm your feet under your desk, you can choose full warm-up mode, but if you want to use Kupx as a heating mat on your desk, you can choose pads that only heat a part of the pad (so your laptop or electronics do not overheat).
The kupx 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 closes when it reaches 122 degrees Fahrenheit.
Earpiece Ear Earphones: 180th Century Bluetooth II Earphone Earphones ($ 38)
If you listen to music or conversations with headphones or headphones while working, but are tired of cold ears, then the 180's Bluetooth II ear heater can be just what you need. With three different colors to choose from, you can wear these isolated polyester headphones for up to 9 hours with just one full charge.
If comfort and sound are your concerns, then those 180's will do the job. They are comfortable around the 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 cables if they are not charged. And with an adjustable click-to-fit, you can wear these headphones nicely around your head.
Heating Panel: ValueRays ($ 25)
Keep your hands cool when you grab your computer mouse? If you're tired of cold bones, check out ValueRays Mouse Hand Warmer. Just push your hand (and mouse) into the big opening of the felt bag and get started! This cushion is 12 inches x 12 inches to fit your desktop easily and works with any mouse (both wireless and USB powered). It may look a little odd, but it's like a snuggy for your hands.
This fleece sliding mouse pad has a USB connector that uses infrared heating elements and plugs directly into the computer. ValueRays Mouse Hand Warmer can also be washed (be sure to wash and dry by hand).
If you like the idea of a heated mouse pointer, check out this cute and fun version, which is also a plush cat: Update Today's Inflatable Mouse Mat .
Handwarming Mouse: ValueRays ($ 25)
If the heat pad is not enough, you may be interested in this ValueRays Handwarming 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 crave warm hands and increased circulation over everything, it's a perfect fit.
ValueRays has five "acupressure points" on top of the mouse (the nubs seen above). While we can not comment on the effect of muscupressure, people seem to enjoy enjoying 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!