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Aldi Australia Is Selling A Hot Pot And Grill For Less Than $60

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Aldi Australia Is Selling A Hot Pot And Grill For Less Than $60

Aldi is once again bringing the goods and just in time for winter. This time the shopping gods have blessed us with a handy bench top electric hot pot and grill for the absolute bargain price of $58.

It's the perfect compact appliance to cook yourself a boiling broth hot pot, with the bonus ability to grill the meat on the side first.

Basically, this bad boy is the perfect addition to your kitchen once the mercury drops in the coming months.

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi
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According to Aldi's website, this little beauty features a combined grill and hot pot, a non-stick coated cooking surface, removable drip tray, removable stainless steel hot pot bowl for easy cleaning, dual thermostat controllers, and a powerful 800W grill and 1200W hotplate.

Be still our beating hearts!

This nifty little hot pot will be available from today (Wednesday, February 10), however there may be delays at some Aldi stores for some special products due to the coronavirus pandemic, particularly in the ACT, NSW, QLD and WA.

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Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

Ever the purveyor of cheap and useful products, Aldi also recently announced they would be restocking its hugely popular weighted blankets ahead of the cooler seasons for an impressively cheap price.

They were so popular last time they were on the shelves and they sold out in minutes.

Aldi Australia is selling the doonas for just $89.99, with weighted blankets usually costing upwards of $200.

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While a heavy blanket doesn't sound like anything particularly groundbreaking, they are said to be helpful when it comes to sleeping habits, helping pain and soothing anxiety.

Credit: Aldi AustraliaCredit: Aldi Australia

According to Healthline, the 'extra weight mimics a therapeutic technique called deep pressure stimulation.'

"Deep pressure stimulation uses hands-on pressure to relax the nervous system. Doing so may help relieve pain, lessen anxiety and improve mood," the site reads.

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The blankets are about the size of a double bed - perfect for when you feel the need to become a human burrito this winter.

Shoppers quickly became excited over the news that the toasty-looking item was making a comeback, with many warning to get in quick before they run out once again.

One user said: "They will last 5 minutes"

Another said to 'be there by 8 at the latest and line up, they are really popular'.

Featured Image Credit: Aldi

Topics: Australia

Jessica Lynch
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