Dunelms £12 amazing buy that homeowners say helps to keep their homes warm

Shoppers have hailed a £12 product from Dunelm as an 'amazing buy' – claiming it is helping to 'keep homes warm' in the winter months.

Dunelm's Teddy Bear Draught Excluder comes in three colours – olive, charcoal and taupe – and features as part of Dunelm's Teddy range which also includes throws, bed sheets, clothing and bedding, amongst others.

A product description reads: "Ideal to keep your house cosy during the colder months, this stylish draught excluder is fashioned from a super soft and fluffy textured fabric and is part of our well-loved, cosy Teddy Bear range."

The Teddy Bear Draught Excluder costs just £12 and has a 4.7 rating on Dunelm's website.

One shopper said: "Amazing buy, it keeps the draught out and still looks good, great colour, good price and basically does the job."

Another said: "I am so glad I bought these made a great difference keeping out the draughts from under front and back door."

A third penned: "Really good, does what it's designed to do and very fluffy!"

One person said: "Keeps cold out and warm in. My daughter loved it so she bought one as well." Another shopper said: "Just the job to keep my kitchen and lounge warm. Every thing I buy from Dunelm has turned out well."

Another reviewer praised the product, saying: "Good quality item, room stays warmer for longer so bought another one!"

However, one shopper, who was less impressed, stated: "Smaller than specified. I was really hoping for a good fit as it said it was 5cm bigger than our door, so thinking it would be nice and snug. But it doesn't even cover it the whole way and pretty small overall!"

Other options include Argos' Habitat Faux Shearling Draught Excluder for £12,B&Q's Catherine Lansfield Faux Fur Door Draught Excluder for £15, and Amazon's Comfy Nights Plain Dyed Fabric Draught Excluder starting at £6.49.

Dunelm's £12 Teddy Bear Draught Excluder can be purchased online or in selected stores.

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