B&M is selling a dupe of Hotel Chocolat’s velvetiser – for only £25 | The Sun

THE discount store B&M is selling a dupe of Hotel Chocolat's £99.95 milk frother so you can take your hot chocolate to the next level for less.

The Heat & Eat chocolate maker costs £25 – over £74 cheaper than its expensive Hotel Chocolate counterpart.

For a milky, creamy coffee or a full and fluffy hot chocolate the Heat & Eat hot chocolate maker froths your milk to give you the perfect silky smooth addition to any hot drink.

The gadget has bargain hunters talking online with one saying "I totally need this ready for the cold nights" and another said: "It's like the velvetiser I want but way cheaper."

The device allows you to control the level of froth and automatically switches off after you've heated or frothed your milk.

B&M isn't selling the device online but you'll be able to pick one up in store.

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If you're planning to pop into the shops to buy it, make sure to check ahead with your local branch if it is in stock to avoid a wasted trip.

You can check if your local store has the Heat & Eat chocolate maker in stock.

Although B&M's frother does practically the same thing as Hotel Chocolat's, there are a number of differences between the two.

Hotel Chocolat's velvetiser comes in three colours – including white, copper and charcol – and you can adjust the handle depending on whether you pour left or right handed.

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B&M and Hotel Chocolat are not the only retailers selling a hot drinks frother.

Amazon is also selling one for £25.99, which although is 99p more expensive than B&M's, is still cheaper than Hotel Chocolat's.

Argos is also selling one for £34 – which is £65.95 cheaper.

Customers shopping at Asda can get their hands on a similar device for £40.

Aldi previously sold a Hotel Chocolat Velvitiser dupe for £40 but doesn't currently have any in stock.

However, before you splash out, remember to compare prices online.

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