Aldi Introduces Easy Home Rechargeable Hand Warmer

Last Updated on December 7, 2023

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated for 2023. 

It’s getting colder outside, and you may be taking stock of your winter essentials such as coats, hats, gloves, scarves, and even warm boots. If you’re going to be out in the cold weather for a long time — say, at an outdoor sporting event or at a job that requires you to be out in the elements — you might even want some hand warmers.

When I was a teenager, I had a good friend whose mom worked as a mail delivery person for the post office, requiring her to spend long hours walking outdoors in freezing or sub-freezing temperatures. She sometimes carried disposable hand warmers in her pockets, and I remember being fascinated by those little hot packs when she showed them to us one day after work.

Nowadays, you can still buy those throwaway hand warmers, but hand warmers have also gotten more sophisticated. Some are now rechargeable so you can use them over and over with less waste.

Aldi just so happens to be selling a rechargeable hand warmer this year under its Easy Home private label.

What We Know:

Easy Home Rechargeable Hand Warmer

Hand warmer in black.

The Easy Home Rechargeable Hand Warmer (Product Code: 811374 in 2022; Product Code: 826579 in 2023) cost $12.99 in December of 2023. That’s the same price it cost when Aldi introduced it in December of 2022. That’s also in the lower price range compared to other hand warmers I found on Amazon, but it’s not necessarily the cheapest price out there. On Amazon, rechargeable hand warmers are often sold in packs of two, which makes sense, since you can put one in each coat pocket. Whether the Aldi hand warmer is a good deal depends on whether you want one or two. If you want two hand warmers, you might find some sold in a twin pack for a few dollars less per hand warmer at other retailers, but it may not be a huge price difference.

This rechargeable hand warmer is an Aldi Find, so it’s only in stores for a short time. Each store receives one shipment, and after that sells out, it’s gone unless Aldi decides to bring it back later. You can’t order Aldi products online if they aren’t in stock at your local store.

This hand warmer is sold under the Easy Home brand, which is not a company. Instead, it’s the Aldi private label for various home goods. Other Easy Home products Aldi has carried recently include a boot, shoe, and glove dryer as well as a personal table and a corner garment rack.

Easy Home Rechargeable Hand Warmer

Hand warmer in silver.

Here’s more information about the 2023 hand warmer, according to Aldi:

  • Available in Black, Silver, or Rose Gold
  • Great for sporting events, hiking, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, walking the dog, chilly offices, construction workers, poor circulation, arthritis, and stiff joints
  • Dual sided
  • Heats in seconds
  • Features three heat settings: low, medium, and high
  • Includes lithium ion rechargeable battery, carrying bag, and lanyard USB charging cable
  • Doubles as a power bank
  • 5–9 hour runtime with full charge
  • Includes overcharge protection
  • Heat temperature: approx. 40-50 C
  • 3.7V 5000mAh Li-ion battery
  • Input: 5V/1A Output: 7.5 W
  • Dimensions: approximately 10.2 x 5.9 x 2.4 cm / 4.02 x 2.31 x 0.95 inches
  • Net weight: approximately 135 g / 0.3 lbs.
  • Product material: ABS + Aluminum

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t yet tried this rechargeable hand warmer, so we don’t know how well it works or how long it holds up. Aldi also has not yet published any information about whether this comes with any kind of warranty. We write open threads to offer readers an opportunity to talk about Aldi products.

Have you purchased this Easy Home Rechargeable Hand Warmer? Tell us your thoughts about it in the comments below. 

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at


  1. One thought or two. Its made in China which isnt always bad. What made me put it back is the total lack of wAh listing. They typically run in 5000 or 10000 units. The later the more desirable. Price is about average now. But not really for a 5000 unit. So without tgat info it was a buyers risk.

  2. I have three of this style of handwarmer sold on Amazon under the Karecel brand. They are fantastic and have lasted years. I love the charging aspect, as if I’m moving around I don’t have to be tied to a wall outlet. I’ll be looking for these at Aldi, and recommend them.

  3. I was so excited to purchase this hand warmer for the winter and especially for sitting in the stands watching my son’s hockey games. I wanted to love it. However, last night, I decided to put it on low while watching tv in bed. I fell asleep and woke up to blister burns on my arm. Granted, I shouldn’t have fallen asleep, but it definitely seems like it still should not have burned my skin.

  4. How can I get a replacement for instructions for the hand warmer?

  5. I purchases this from a local Aldi. store. for 12.99. Found out later Walmart has them for 10.99. Charging was easy. I wanted it for Golf course for chilly daysinstead of using the disposable hand warmers. Was very disappointed. Only held charge with heat for about one and a half hours..not the 5-9 hrs it stated. Will either have to look for another brand or use the disposable ones again.

  6. Received 2 as a Christmas gift.
    Unfortunately, on a full charge
    using the low setting, the hand warmers
    last less than hour, closer to 45 minutes

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