These Amazingly Cosy Snuggle Pods Have Landed In London!

Did you struggle untangling yourself from your duvet this morning? The frosty air, although it may make the roads look pretty, sure feels pretty painful on my bare hands. Londoners who are passing by Waterloo today will be able to regain some snuggle time in the ‘Little Pods of Warmth’ that have popped up at the station.

The pods were created by Vaillant, who make boilers, if you didn’t already know (it’s probably a brand you’ll be keeping on your radar next time you need to ring up your landlord complaining about the shower that gave you frostbite). Anyway, Vaillant want to keep Londoners toasty and warm, so have brought us these, slightly strange-looking but nevertheless cosy, pods.


The pods feature individual control pads, to change everything from the lighting to the temperature, so users can create their own personalised, warming experience. They’ll be at Waterloo station on Friday 20th January, so don’t be averse to some mid-day, public snuggle time.

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