This winter don't burn your cash to stay warm.
Instead invest in a home thermostat like Nest or Iris to fine tune your heating needs.
These smart devices get to know your habits and patterns and are remotely adjustable.
If you've put on that heavy sweater and second pair of socks and are still cold, thinking about picking up some USB powered gloves.
They'll run you about 20 bucks.
Thing can be found online.
If that's not enough, invest in a Dyson AMO5 hot and cold space heater.
It will set you back $400, but boasts a sleek, safe design and claims to be the fastest heater to warm a room.
Even though summer feels far away, this guy does double duty and can cool you down when the mercury rises.
And finally, keep your buns toasty with a LumaWarm heated toilet seat with nightlight.
$149 from Home Depot.
Swap out your old seat, plug it in, adjust the heat to one of three settings and enjoy the cozy warmth.
In San Francisco, I'm Caris Dubois, cnet.com for CBS news.
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