Silentnight All Seasons Super King Duvet – 3 in 1 Duvet with 4.5 Tog and 10.5 Tog Quilts Which Combine to Create a 15 Tog Duvet – Ideal for Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter – Super King

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Silentnight All Seasons Super King Duvet – 3 in 1 Duvet with 4.5 Tog and 10.5 Tog Quilts Which Combine to Create a 15 Tog Duvet – Ideal for Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter – Super King

Silentnight All Seasons Super King Duvet – 3 in 1 Duvet with 4.5 Tog and 10.5 Tog Quilts Which Combine to Create a 15 Tog Duvet – Ideal for Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter – Super King

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Don't buy it if: your priority right now is affordability or ease of care. Although we think it's well worth investing in the great night's sleep it offers, there's no denying the price is prohibitive, and this duvet is dry clean only. To help you get to grips with the basics, we've broken down the pros and cons of most common duvet fillings below. That said, personally, we think 13.5 tog remains one of the best winter duvet weights, with some finding 15 tog can retain heat a little too much during the night and lead to overheating.

The highest tog duvet you can buy is usually 15 tog, although we have seen some all-season duvets (where two separate duvets of differing togs are combined into one warmer duvet) offering a combined warmth of up to 18 tog.

What is an all seasons duvet?

Then there are the more traditional, natural fillingsto consider. These range from all types of feathers and down to wool filling. Duvets made from natural materials, such as wool, are breathable and create the perfect sleeping environment by helping keep your core body temperature balanced whilst you sleep. This means they can work with the ambient temperature in your bedroom, keeping you cool during the warmer months, but will also retain warmth when it's cold. They are great for night sweats too, helping you to get a more restful sleep. An All Seasons duvet features two duvets: one light, one medium. They can be used alone or combined to form a winter duvet. The coupling system varies across brands. Some utilise buttons, others press studs (snap buttons). We recommend testing the coupling system when your duvet arrives to make sure it works and that you are satisfied with the method. Ventilation Storage & organisation Furniture Textiles Kitchenware & tableware Kitchens Lighting Decoration Rugs, mats & flooring Beds & mattresses Baby & children Smart home Bathroom products Laundry & cleaning Plants & plant pots Home electronics Home improvement Outdoor living Food & beverages Christmas Shop Shop by room Everyone likes a different type of duvet. Some of us want to feel weighed down with a warm and heavy duvet, others prefer their duvets cool and lightweight. A good duvet will be made from breathable material to keep you dry and your temperature steady throughout the night. The perfect duvet will also feel ‘just right’ in terms of weight, size and form. Sounds like a lot to consider. Fortunately, we offer duvets for every preference – ensuring you’ll find one with just the right weight, warmth and ventilation for you. Summer duvet – a duvet for each season?

Buy it if: you're looking for luxury as well as warmth. No duvet fill feels quite as sumptuous as down, and this 90% Hungarian goose-down and 10% goose feather option is one of the best. It's super warm, drapes beautifully, and feels super luxurious. The all-seasons option also offers brilliant versatility; use the 4.5 and 9.0 duvets separately in warmer seasons and combine when the evenings start to drop in temperature to create 13.5 togs of winter warmth. Plus, although it's an investment, the all-seasons design means you'll also be kitted out with cooler tog duvets for spring, summer and autumn. Don't buy it if: the price makes your eyes water. As well as being the softest duvet fill, down is also the most expensive fill, and 90% Hungarian goose-down is pretty much the best quality you can get. If you're a hot sleeper or suffer from night sweats then you might find down too warm; opt for a more breathable wool-filled duvet instead to avoid overheating. And, if you're vegan, then the feather and down fill won't be for you. For over 14 years we have been crafting luxurious duvets that will wrap you in comfort whilst you sleep. Our fantastic, beautifully British, natural duvets offer you plenty of choice in terms of weight, filling and size. Each duvet is expertly and individually handcrafted by our team of professional seamstresses, in our workshops on the edge of Dartmoor.Read more in our guide to what tog duvet to buy as well as finding out when is the right time to switch to a summer duvet. What size duvet do I need?

Long thought of as the Holy Grail of duvet fillings, down creates a plump, squishy and super soft duvet.However, that luxury feel comes with a luxury price tag to match. Except choosing the warmth rating of your duvet you can also choose between different materials with different advantages and characteristics. Cotton, polyester, lyocell and polypropylene mixes Buy it if: you're looking for luxury as well as warmth. No duvet fill feels quite as sumptuous as down, and this Soak & Sleep Hungarian goose-down option is one of the best quality we've come across. It's super warm yet lightweight, drapes beautifully on the bed, and feels super luxurious – you'll instantly feel like your bedding has levelled up. The all-seasons option also offers brilliant versatility; use the 4.5 and 9.0 duvets separately in warmer seasons and combine to create 13.5 togs of winter warmth.

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If you’re struggling to work out what the best tog duvet is to see you through summer heatwaves and plummeting winter temperatures then an all-season duvet could be the answer. During the summer and spring, the temperature normally rises. This can naturally affect your sleep by making you feel too hot under your regular duvet. Even though a good duvet helps absorb moisture, breathes and offers good ventilation it can still insulate too efficiently for a warm night. A good solution is to have a cooler summer duvet that helps you keep the cosy feeling of wrapping yourself in a quilt, but without making you feel overheated. Choose one of our cooler duvets as a summer duvet if you know that you tend to sweat and get hot during warmer nights. Choose the right material and filling

Buy it if: you're looking for the very best duvet for a great night's sleep. This wool-filled duvet is an investment, but we've tried and tested some of the best winter duvets on the market, and in our opinion, this is the cream of the crop. It's the warmest we've come across, keeping our testers warm and toasty throughout the night without any of the overheating or night sweats that occurred with other high tog options. That's thanks to the naturally thermoregulating properties of wool that allow moisture to escape whilst still providing insulation. Handmade in Yorkshire using 100% traceable British Cheviot wool and certified organic cotton this is also a great eco-friendly option, with wool completely biodegradable. Buy it if: you want an affordable winter duvet that still feels both warm and luxurious. This recycled polyester fill duvet has 10% silk mixed in, and whilst the proportion doesn't sound huge, it really makes a difference to the way this duvet feels, with a more luxurious touch and really nice drape on the bed, whilst still being lightweight. Even better it's a relatively budget buy, and made from certified recycled polyester from waste (like plastic bottles or manufacturing off-cuts) which helps the movement towards a more circular economy by reducing waste going to landfill. Compared with virgin polyester, recycled polyester helps conserve crude oil reserves during fibre production. After much testing, we think 13.5 tog is best tog duvet for winter, with most of our testers finding 15 tog can retain heat a little too much during the night and lead to overheating. Microfibre– the 'luxury' version of hollowfibre, a microfibre fill is made of much finer strands of polyester resulting in a very lightweight duvet with a, yes, more luxurious feel. Some compare microfibre to the feel of down, but it has the upside of not running the risk of animal cruelty. However, again, being made of synthetics, the environmental impact of production and disposal is a concern. Like hollowfibre, microfibre can also cause overheating.Whichever you choose, all our duvets are natural, sustainable and chemical-free, and that makes them better for you - and our planet. If you would like any help in choosing the duvet that's just right for you, then please get in touch with the team and we'll be happy to help. European Standard EN 12934 regulates the categorisation and naming of the filling material in bedding based on the proportion of new down and the types of poultry used. Only Class 1 down fillings may bear the quality rating “new”. All products on Downduvet.co.uk are filled with the best, Class 1 filling. Anti-allergy Although you can get duvets in almost any tog rating, the most common togs are 4.5 tog which makes a great summer duvet weight, 10.5 tog which tends to be the best bet for autumn and spring, and 13.5 tog which offers good winter warmth. Don't buy it if: you truly want to splash out on the best duvet for your boudoir. This option is very good for its price, but the higher feather mix does mean it feels more 'clumpy' than the 90% down alternatives on our list. That said, this is still a great buy, and the addition of feathers does make the duvet a little more breathable than a duvet with a higher down percentage, albeit not quite as warm. Although it will mean spending a little more, and may depend on your bed frame height and style, we'd generally advise sizing up with your duvet, especially if you sleep with a partner.



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