Rubber hot water bottle in cover, 2L


  1. Prepare warm water at approx. 50°C. Do not use boiling water or water that may scald. Remove the cap and fill with water up to ¾ of the hot water bottle’s volume. When filling, hold the bottle by its neck in an upright position.
  2. Get rid of excess air by tipping the bottle slowly until water is visible at its outlet. For your convenience you may rest the bottle against a flat surface.
  3. Replace the cap firmly and check for tightness by turning the bottle upside down. Then put on the cover.

After use, pour the water out and hang the hot water bottle up to dry with its inlet facing downwards. Store with the cap removed in a dry, dark and cool place. Protect against direct sunlight. Avoid contact with heating equipment and do not store at high temperatures or in the sun.

The cover is made of polyester. If dirty, wash by hand using soap and water at 30°C. Wash the rubber bottle with a mixture of water and soap. Do not use disinfectants.

The hot water bottle can always be used by children under adult supervision. Avoid long-term direct contact of an uncovered hot water bottle with the skin. Do not put pressure or weight on the hot water bottle when it is filled with water. Do not sit or put heavy objects on it. Do not place any objects inside and on the hot water bottle. Before use always check the product for wear and tear or mechanical damages. When any of the parts are damaged, throw away the whole product. Dispose of it in accordance with applicable regulations.

Note: the use of a hot water at above 70°C reduces the lifetime of the hot water bottle, may cause damage and consequently result in scalding or burning. Do not heat in a microwave oven. Keep these instructions for future reference.

Sanity® has been present on the world market for 25 years as a brand of quality and functional medical products which facilitate recovery and everyday preventive health care for the whole family.

Our products meet the highest safety standards, have passed clinical tests and are certified for compliance with European standards.