Handsfree Heat Pack for Pregnant Women

Don't suffer through
pregnancy back pain any longer.


"By far the best heat pack ever.
Perfect for my lower back pain.
Worth every cent!"

- Lauren S.

Australia's No.1 Heat Pack

Feels like a warm hug just when you need one!

Soothing & warm relief

Handsfree & adjustable

No odour or sweat when heated

Works both hot & cold

Natural & drug free

Three easy steps to relief

How the hottle™ Works

1. Heat

Heat in the mircowave/stove and insert into the memory foam cover.

2. Clip

Adjust the strap and secure to your waist for handsfree comfort.

3. Enjoy

That's it! You're free to live your best life, wherever it takes you.

Backed by Australian Health Professionals

“I recommend the hottle heat packs to my expecting clients that are struggling with lower back pain. This is a great alternative for women that have an active lifestyle and need a heat solution for their daily activities.”


Trainer & Nutritionist

Customise the size

Expands with your growing belly

Our heat wrap has an adjustable strap so you can get the perfect length for you.

Long lasting comfort & warmth

Why choose the hottle™

The hottle™ heat pack is designed to provide you with a comfortable and soothing experience. Its innovative layering system includes a memory foam insulation and a soft faux fur top layer, which work together to enhance heat retention and provide a luxurious feel.

Whether you're looking to relieve muscle soreness or just want to cozy up and relax, the hottle™ heat pack has got you covered.

A soft, comforting and luxurious feel!

How does it work?

The hottle™ heat pack has a innovative layering system cover which is designed to enhance heat retention, providing you with a comfortable and soothing experience for up to 3 times longer than a standard grain filled heat pack. The removable clay insert, can be heated in the microwave/stove or frozen, allowing both hot and cold therapy. 

Whether you're looking to relieve muscle soreness or just want to cozy up and relax, the hottle™ heat pack has got you covered.

Your Questions Answered

The hottle™ heat packs innovative design allows it to target the lower back, hip, or upper back.

Yes, using a heat back to the areas of your lower back, upper back or hip is considered safe. Heat therapy works by opening up the blood vessels, increasing blood flow and bringing fresh supplies of oxygen and nutrients.

It should not raise your core body temperature and cause overheating. Howeve, please pay attention to how you're feeling, and if you're getting too hot, stop using it and cool down.

While using a heat pack to temporarily relive pain in your joints, hips, and back isn't a problem during pregnancy, avoid using one on your abdomen.

However, always speak to a doctor before applying heat to the belly or back.