Boots is selling a BDSM-inspired advent calendar to spice up your love life this Christmas

AS the nights get longer and Brits are forced to stay indoors due to heightened coronavirus restrictions, you may be wondering how you’re going to fill evenings at home. 

You’re in luck then as Boots is selling a BDSM-inspired advent calendar, so you can countdown to Christmas with a bang. 

The advent calendar features 25 pieces of kit including vibrators, nipple clamps, restraints and massage accessories, with the toys getting ever more adventurous until you get to the climax on December 25. 

Describing the kit, Boots said: “Much more exciting than chocolate, this advent calendar is bursting with toys, gifts, games and light bondage pieces, just waiting to be played with. 

“Open each mystery door in the morning for a dawn delight, or save the excitement for a far-from-silent night in.”

The high-street has teamed up with sex toy website Lovehoney for the adult calendar, as it was revealed sales of bedroom equipment have soared over lockdown. 

  • Lovehoney Advent Calendar, Boots, £100 – buy now

A Lovehoney spokesperson said: The pandemic has sparked the biggest boom in sex toy sales since the explosion of interest after Fifty Shades of Grey first came out eight years ago.

“We have seen a major shift in bedroom behaviour in the last six months with lots of new customers coming to the market for the first time and looking to experiment with sex toys.”

They added the calendar was aimed at couples who are looking to “spice things up in the bedroom on date nights and over Christmas”. 

The kit will set you back £100, but you can always go halves with your partner. 

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