LadBaby shares how to stay warm during the energy crisis – it cost £23 & it’ll keep you toasty for the ‘whole of winter’ | The Sun
PLENTY of us are finding ways to save on our energy bills – from showering at the gym to bubble wrapping our windows.
But internet sensation, Mark Hoyle, AKA LadBaby, has revealed a clever hack to keep you warm without turning the heating on.
Taking to Facebook, LadBaby revealed plenty of people were asking him for hacks to help with the cost of living crisis in the UK and how to keep warm while keeping the energy bills low.
He said: "I've been thinking long and hard and I wanted to wait until I had, what I think, is the very best one."
LadBaby found the item on Amazon and added: "It cost me 23 quid but after that, it's going to keep me warm for the whole of winter."
He then pulled out the item, revealing a tiny vest – he explained this was the cheapest one he could find and that there are bigger options available.
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All you need is a charging pack for your phone and LadBaby demonstrated how to use it by plugging the pack into the USB attached to the vest.
"You pop that (the charging pack) into your pocket, put it (the vest) on your back," he explained.
The best part is you can wear it over a top and underneath a jumper or hoodie to keep yourself toasty.
He added: "I'm going to be honest, there are better ones with panels down the front, panels down the arm, but they get more expensive.
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"But this one, 23 quid, and I can already feel it start to warm up."
Anticipating comments that it doesn't heat for free because you still have to charge the charging pack, LadBaby offered a cheeky solution.
He said: "You can charge these for free and what I mean by that is go and charge it in a coffee shop, in McDonald's, on a train, on a bus, there's those free charging points you get around city centres now."
The only place you can't wear it he adds is in the bed as it probably won't be safe , so he found another solution.
He went down to B&M and purchased a long hot water bottle for £9 that you can stick in bed with you to keep you warm.
LadBaby continued: "The problem this winter is going to get a hell of a lot worse for a lot of people and warming houses is going to be a lot of money.
"So if you can warm yourself and you can do it cost effectively it means you can stay warm for the rest of winter."
viewers were grateful for the clever hack, one wrote: "Love this Mark!!! Thank you for sharing this!!! Love how much you guys care."
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"Fantastic Hack. I have to buy this from amazon, thanks again," another person added.
A third commented: "Well done.. keep the hacks coming."
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