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Duvet Togs?

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RandomMess Sat 27-Jul-13 22:27:43

For a natural fibre one it seems to be.

Nix01 Sat 27-Jul-13 16:45:11

Is this reasonably priced? I like that it's two duvets - summer and winter - and can be clipped together for extra warmth (Superking all seasons @ 138.60):

RandomMess Sat 27-Jul-13 16:39:25

Yes that is the silk one. They stay in place inside the duvet covers - worth the money for that alone! I think the all cotton ones will be great though too as they have cotton outers and are quilted. I think though the synthetic ones are dirt cheap they don't last well IME.

timidviper Sat 27-Jul-13 16:35:14

I was planning to buy a down or silk one but was a bit shock at the price. Asked advice in John Lewis and the assistant suggested getting their "Peach Soft" one in the meantime if we were unsure. It is apparently their bestseller and it is gorgeous, we like it so much I haven't got round to researching the others as I had planned!

Fairylea Sat 27-Jul-13 16:31:15

4.5 Morrison's one for summer £6 double and wonderful smile

For winter I go for a 13.5 tog but I am a chilly mortal !

tumbletumble Sat 27-Jul-13 16:28:01

Ours are 4.5 summer and 10.5 winter.

Nix01 Sat 27-Jul-13 16:24:53

Is this what you're referring to? Looks great:

RandomMess Wed 24-Jul-13 21:51:50

Go for their cotton ones if silk is beyond your budget.

RandomMess Wed 24-Jul-13 21:50:36

I bought them from here and worth absolutely every penny, the quality is outstanding compared to every other duvet I have ever tried!

RandomMess Wed 24-Jul-13 21:44:05

I ended up getting silk duvets 4 tog - use them all year around just wear pjs in the winter!

Nix01 Wed 24-Jul-13 21:41:14

Many of the duvets I've seen are wrapped so I'm battling to gauge thickness and quality.

What do you recommend for summer and winter duvet togs?

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