Thermoscope Eskimo – pink
Thermofor will definitely become a legitimate member of your household and you will appreciate it mainly during cold evenings. It can, for example, heat a cold bed, but it can also help in a number of pains such as menstrual, kidney, back and joint pains, but it will also help your little ones in a baby collie. Or it just gets you warm when you need it. You can place the thermofruit anywhere on your body, embrace it, lie down on it. It's up to you. Lapuan Kankurit's thermo–workshop is soft and will delight you with a stylish and pleasant Scandinavian design. You can find the thermophore in a few fine colors. Dimensions: 20 x 33 cm Volume: 2 liters Material: cover – 100% pure shear wool, thermophore rubber Care of thermophore: When cleaning the cover, remove it from the thermopile and wash it by hand at 30 ° C or dry cleaning. Pierce in large amounts of water, lightly wring out. For faster drying, you can first insert between two towels and then dry freely. Do not stand in the dryer, iron over a damp cloth to a maximum of 150 ° C.
Brand: Lapuan Kankurit
Eskimo thermophores were designed by Finnish textile designer Reeta Ek , who graduated from the prestigious Aalto University in Helsinki and originally worked as a painter. Maybe that's why every suggestion always starts with a pencil or brush in hand. In design, he lets his intuition free - inspired by various rhythms, lines and irregularities.
Lapuan Kankurit is a traditional Finnish family business founded in Lapua in 1917, when Finland was established. Long years of experience in the textile area, together with Finnish precision and family backgrounds, bring the products high quality and at the same time a bit of Finnish originality. Every meter of fabric tells a unique story of Finnish weaving craft.
Lapua Textile Factory is being run by the fourth generation of weavers, currently run by Mr. Esko Hjelt and his wife Jaan. Lapuan Kankurit products are successful thanks to the use of modern weaving techniques and the creativity of leading Finnish designers. Equally important is a responsible approach to the environment, people, nature and traditions.
Lapuan Kankurit is the only weaving mill in Finland that can boast of the European masters of linen textiles . This international organization grants only the high quality textiles produced in the European Union. The bio-cotton is used and only comes from certified sources from Europe.
The products are labeled with the Finnish Flag of Made in Finland, which guarantees Finnish origin, and several products have received the prestigious Finnish Muoto award for their design.