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LordOfTheFlies Mon 05-Sep-11 22:12:32

At the moment we've got a 4.5 tog synthetic filled duvet.
DH is a hot-body and refuses to have a thick duvet ( 10 tog too warm for him)

I was thinking of treating myself us to a duck down/feather duvet 4.5 tog.
I'd get a synthetic thermal sheepskin mattress cover as well.

Will this be warm enough, as well as keeping DH from combusting?
I'm told duck is more insultating than synthetic.

Seona1973 Tue 06-Sep-11 12:23:37

would he compromise and you could have a 7/7.5tog duvet? Or you can get dual tog duvets where one side is warmer/cooler than the other. They can be pricey though

dexter73 Tue 06-Sep-11 16:24:27

Could you use 2 duvets, a 4.5 for your dh and a warmer one for you?

Iggly Tue 06-Sep-11 21:34:19

You could put a blanket over yourside of the duvet. Or underneath - extra layer works wonders!

LordOfTheFlies Tue 06-Sep-11 21:52:59

I did a press-stud fastening on my Dc duvets to double them up (their duvets are quite thin)

So should I do this on my side, press-stud a single duvet on the kingsize?

And save myself some money to spend on jumpers and chocolate
Packet of big press-studs cheaper than K.S. duck down duvet...

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