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As much as we love the sun, we all know how uncomfortable a heatwave can be, and if you have a little one to take care of, you'll likely be thinking of inventive ways to keep your baby cool in the heat.
Shoppers have been raving about a super-affordable B&M product that is proving a lifesaver when it comes to keeping their babies cool this summer.
The clip-on baby fan costs just £4.99, and attaches to the pushchair or car seat to provide constant cooling relief. The fan comes complete with foam propellers which make it extra-safe for babies, with no chance of any fingers getting trapped.
It comes after the Met Office predicted a resurgence in hot weather (yay!) with temperatures slowly building towards the mid-twenties for a potential weekend heatwave.
Fans (get it?) have been raving about the product on Facebook in the Extreme Budgeting and Couponing UK group.
One mum wrote: "I'm not sure if anyone has posted this on here but this is the best invention (they may have been out before but I've only just saw them) a pram fan", while another said: "This is just what I need, my baby suffered so much in the heat so I really need this."
Unfortunately, you can't buy the product online, but it is available in B&M's stores. You can find your nearest store using the brand's store locator tool.
The fan is just the latest genius tool we've heard about in our rush to keep cool as temperatures soar this summer.
Already on our shopping list is a weighted blanket that keeps you cool on summer nights thanks to its nano-ceramic bead technology.
We also have lots of nifty gear to buy for our pets to make sure our cats, dogs and rabbits stay safe in the sun and don't overheat.
And to make sure you're enjoying the heatwave as much as you can, make sure you treat yourself to one of four of ASDA's new ready-to-drink cocktails in a can: they're only £1 each.
Before we know it, it'll be winter again, so let's enjoy this heatwave while it lasts.
Featured Image Credit: B&M
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