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Single - £13.49
Double - £18.74
King - £22.49
Superking - £26.24

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This sumptuous, plump, duck-feather kingsize duvet has a 10.5 tog suitable for the changing seasons and pocket stitching that helps the natural filling to stay in place and eliminate cold spots, providing warmth without weight.

Duvet features:
•10.5 tog duvet - ideal for use all year round.
•85% duck feather and 15% duck down filling.
•35% cotton and 65% polyester cover.
•Machine washable at 40°C.
•Suitable for tumble drying.
•EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 1274361
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jumpinoffthbed 3 Likes #2
this video shows why you should never buy down, i'll never buy it again after finding out the horrific torture it involves
mat297 3 Likes #3
jumpinoffthbed
this video shows why you should never buy down, i'll never buy it again after finding out the horrific torture it involves

Is all down produced this way? I like to be educated on these things but don't like the PETA approach.
daz316 2 Likes #4
mat297
jumpinoffthbed
this video shows why you should never buy down, i'll never buy it again after finding out the horrific torture it involves

Is all down produced this way? I like to be educated on these things but don't like the PETA approach.

Hello, I have quite a lot of knowledge on the subject so I can tell you the truth. It is illegal to pluck down from live animals in Europe & the USA (and a few other places). Most the horrible methods you see in various videos are done in Asia where it is legal.
The official figures "suggest" about 2% are produced in the cruel manner... yet most people in the industry believe its above 50% as the product becomes much cheaper... the % will obviously get higher.
I would suggest buying a product containing DF & D from a company that sources it from Europe.
Ilikehotdeals1#5
I love duck down too, thanks for the deal and thanks for the info above ^^^ I like to buy responsibly and with as much care as I can, I like PETA in theory but their methods and reliability has been proven to be dubious.
jumpinoffthbed 1 Like #6
daz316
mat297
jumpinoffthbed
this video shows why you should never buy down, i'll never buy it again after finding out the horrific torture it involves

Is all down produced this way? I like to be educated on these things but don't like the PETA approach.

Hello, I have quite a lot of knowledge on the subject so I can tell you the truth. It is illegal to pluck down from live animals in Europe & the USA (and a few other places). Most the horrible methods you see in various videos are done in Asia where it is legal.
The official figures "suggest" about 2% are produced in the cruel manner... yet most people in the industry believe its above 50% as the product becomes much cheaper... the % will obviously get higher.
I would suggest buying a product containing DF & D from a company that sources it from Europe.

thats correct, a lot of sourcing is hidden from by companies for obvious reasons.
the practice of live-plucking ducks and geese does reportedly live on at factory farms in countries such as China, Poland and in feather powerhouse Hungary, where PETA estimates that 50 percent of down and 40 to 45 percent of feathers have been live-plucked by experienced "rippers" who are paid piece-rate.
news program called "Kalla Fakta" ("Cold Facts") ran a two-part expose on the down harvesting industry in 2009. The documentary claimed that 50 to 80 percent of the world's down market comes from live-plucked birds.
IKEA independently verified the figures, found them to be accurate and, as a result, canceled an order of down-filled furniture from China, a nation that produces 80 percent of the world's down and feathers
choccyswirlgirl 5 Likes #7
If this is true- voting cold! No luxury is worth that!
MarkShopper 4 Likes #8
I wouldn't take the risk that these have not been cruelly produced, guilt isn't helpful for a good night's sleep, go for a microfibre duvet instead.

Edited By: MarkShopper on Mar 17, 2013 22:29
JDPower#9
Real eye opener, don't use feather quilts or pillows but good to know :|

It is compulsory (and for some comic relief after that quite hardcore vid) to post this on any duvet deal though :)http://youtu.be/drKC3Zd3SqM?t=1m27s
raulvibes 1 Like #10
watch this for all animals


Edited By: raulvibes on Mar 17, 2013 23:12
lois1987 3 Likes #11
Oh my god....I never knew about any of this.....I feel sick.....it's awful!!
muzzzzzzzzzy#12
You are disgusting if you buy and support the production of these, I don't think you'd like to see your cats and dogs plucked for their fur...
suleyman 1 Like #13
This is sick after watching the video I will never purchased anything maid of animals
pushkin2000#14
as long as they are warm - who cares
QYSUCCESSUK#15
thanks,ordered one.
jumpinoffthbed#16
pushkin2000
as long as they are warm - who cares

I often wonder if trolls with no life ever consider calling the Samaritans instead?
JDPower#17
jumpinoffthbed
pushkin2000
as long as they are warm - who cares

I often wonder if trolls with no life ever consider calling the Samaritans instead?
You're replying to a six month old thread and accusing someone else of having no life?!
jumpinoffthbed#18
JDPower
jumpinoffthbed
pushkin2000
as long as they are warm - who cares

I often wonder if trolls with no life ever consider calling the Samaritans instead?
You're replying to a six month old thread and accusing someone else of having no life?!

Been busy obv!

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