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#1
Good spot. Can't go wrong for that price.
Heated + Repped!
#2
i wonder how much feather to down, usually dont settle for less than 100% down
#3
These are about £20 for a 13.5 tog double duvet. Lets not compare them to 100% down ones costing 5 times the price!

Argos sell similar ones to these for £40-£50.
#4
I got a duck feather and down kingsize delivered form Pricedrop tv for the same price,24 quid
banned#5
deb8z
I got a duck feather and down kingsize delivered form Pricedrop tv for the same price,24 quid


Duck feather/down is inferior to goose feather/down fillings so its only natural it will be cheaper.
#6
I couldn't find any duck feather and down duvets cheaper than around 40 quid

I've been looking for ages,saw that on Pricedrop and thought it was a bargain,only got it just over 2 weeks ago,typical now this one comes along, it happens everytime i decide to buy something one appears cheaper/better:x
#7
I could send it back its still in its packaging but that would cost a few quid to return and then i don't drive so i'd have to get someone to take me there and then they might not have any ..lol
#8
These are not ethical goose feather duvets. Ikea duvets are ethical and feathers are not harvested from alive animals (most commercial farms harvest down from alive animals). If you care about animal cruelty don't by these.

Ikea statement: Down and feathers used by IKEA are never taken from living birds.
#9
Oh good lord,now i gotta think about animal cruelty,its too much:w00t:
#10
Whatever the mix of feather and down, these are extremely good prices if you can get one.
#11
last time i posted a deal of Goose Feather Duvet i was hammered by people in here ... obviously , feather is being taken of live goose and that must be very painful and cruel ... i ended up cancelling my order from Tesco ... emm ...
#12
pet2000
These are not ethical goose feather duvets. Ikea duvets are ethical and feathers are not harvested from alive animals (most commercial farms harvest down from alive animals). If you care about animal cruelty don't by these.

Ikea statement: Down and feathers used by IKEA are never taken from living birds.


Don't breathe cos of carbon emissions.
Stop taking leaks & dumps cos it adds to waste.
Blah blah blah blah.
wtf is wrong with people?
next they'll be stopping predatorial animals from hunting cos it's cruel to the prey! :roll::whistling:

*edited*

Also, Don't fart cos that affects the ozone layer.
#13
Would this not be like the bird having a haircut? It'll grow new feathers eventually.
1 Like #14
bargain surfer
Don't breathe cos of carbon emissions.
Stop taking leaks & dumps cos it adds to waste.
Blah blah blah blah.
wtf is wrong with people?
next they'll be stopping predatorial animals from hunting cos it's cruel to the prey! :roll::whistling:

*edited*

Also, Don't fart cos that affects the ozone layer.




you sad person
#15
They also have Goose Feather and Down pillows for £7.99 a pair. Picked up some at the weekend :thumbsup:
#16
bargain surfer
Don't breathe cos of carbon emissions.
Stop taking leaks & dumps cos it adds to waste.
Blah blah blah blah.
wtf is wrong with people?
next they'll be stopping predatorial animals from hunting cos it's cruel to the prey! :roll::whistling:

*edited*

Also, Don't fart cos that affects the ozone layer.


You are completely ignorant.
#17
sundog
you sad person


Why?

pet2000
You are completely ignorant.


How?

Hot Deal BTW
#18
shayman1
Would this not be like the bird having a haircut? It'll grow new feathers eventually.


You have obviously never seen it done. The bird is in agony. It's like as if your hair is pulled out and some of your skin comes off with it. It is a very bloody affair (the birds and feathers are soaked in blood). Btw, harvesting geese like this is illegal in the UK. It is mostly done in Eastern Europe and China, where the cheap duvets come from. I just wished that the EU would hurry up with changing the Law, which will forbid the import of those duvets (and battery farmed chickens). Animal culling for food can be done in a humane way and animals killing each other is normally also quick and painless.
#19
pet2000
You have obviously never seen it done. The bird is in agony. It's like as if your hair is pulled out and some of your skin comes off with it. It is a very bloody affair (the birds and feathers are soaked in blood). Btw, harvesting geese like this is illegal in the UK. It is mostly done in Eastern Europe and China, where the cheap duvets come from. I just wished that the EU would hurry up with changing the Law, which will forbid the import of those duvets (and battery farmed chickens)


How does anyone know that this duvet wasn't made 'animal friendly'????

Me thinks some people are just jumping on a bandwagon....
#20
bargain surfer
Why?



How?

Hot Deal BTW


Because your are obviously supporting animal cruelty and if you'd do something like this in the UK, you'd be in prison. Hope you can sleep peacefully under your blood-soaked (and obviously cleaned) down duvet.
#21
qazitory
How does anyone know that this duvet wasn't made 'animal friendly'????

Me thinks some people are just jumping on a bandwagon....


You can be assured that if this duvet was made from dead birds they would mention it because there are a lot of people aware of the cruel harvesting methods.
#22
Before you consider buying this or any other goose feather duvet have a look at this:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=llZwycEYjR8

I got a 'feels like down' duvet from Debenhams and it is really good.Paid a bit more than this but well worth it.
#23
mekon
Before you consider buying this or any other goose feather duvet have a look at this:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=llZwycEYjR8

I got a 'feels like down' duvet from Debenhams and it is really good.Paid a bit more than this but well worth it.


Thanks mekon, for this informative clip. It might help for people to understand what's involved.
#24
bargain surfer
Why?



How?

Hot Deal BTW


Upbringing? Education? I don't know why.
#25
pet2000
Because your are obviously supporting animal cruelty and if you'd do something like this in the UK, you'd be in prison. Hope you can sleep peacefully under your blood-soaked (and obviously cleaned) down duvet.


You are making assumptions, i do not support animal cruelty. Although i do eat dead animals, however i couldn't really bring myself to pounce on a gazelle and start tearing chunks out of it

sundog
Upbringing? Education? I don't know why.


only someone with a bad upbringing, and a poor education would call someone "sad" especially when they know nothing about them.

Either way i get really ****** off with people who "bang" on about animal rights when there are more serious humanitarian issues to be concerned about. Also if our government stopped investing in "defence" so heavily from a "phantom menace" armed with sticks and stones then maybe the cost of gas and electricity would come down and we could all pay £100+ for a duck and goose "friendly" duvet to keep us warm when temperatures are expected to hiy -30, just think of all the pensioners who kept this country safe when there was a "real menace" and without whom there would be no "great" britain, me thinks you both need to re-educate yourselves.
#26
Haven't see any blood in that vid. I think it's normal for birds.

Love my real down duvet and pillows!
banned#27
ctafield
They also have Goose Feather and Down pillows for £7.99 a pair. Picked up some at the weekend :thumbsup:


Have you used them yet? How are they?
#28
for every chicken you don't eat- I will eat 3:)
#29
I had been sleeping in a house I was renovating in the run up to Christmas.

The house was not even watertight and the temperatures dropped to about -6C at night.

I got two 13.5 tog duvets and shoved them in a cover and never felt in the least cold.

So what is the difference/benefits of down and goose feather compared to the £8 man made fibre jobs I picked up in Argos?
#30
Adnan786
Have you used them yet? How are they?

I got 2 pairs of he pillows. I'm very impressed with them, they're full and soft. I think they're well worth the money. I would have gone for the duvet too but I only bought a duck father and down duvet from Debenhams in Summer.
#31
bargain surfer;3899209
Don't breathe cos of carbon emissions.
Stop taking leaks & dumps cos it adds to waste.
Blah blah blah blah.
wtf is wrong with people?
next they'll be stopping predatorial animals from hunting cos it's cruel to the prey! :roll::whistling:

*edited*

Also, Don't fart cos that affects the ozone layer.


Amen to that!
Voted HOT 'cos at least the bird is allowed to live for the next pluck!
banned#32
Thar
I got 2 pairs of he pillows. I'm very impressed with them, they're full and soft. I think they're well worth the money. I would have gone for the duvet too but I only bought a duck father and down duvet from Debenhams in Summer.


Do you reckon they will become flat anytime soon? Or do they seem like they will last? Do they regain their shape?
#33
enough of cruelty and all those things. nice duvets available in Bhs .i bought a king size two days ago which was reduced from 60 pounds to 24 pounds. double reduced from 50 to 20. single reduced from 40 to 16. all are 13.5 tog. worth checking out if Bhs is near by.
#34
I think people are missing something here. Aldi were selling whole stuffed ducks and whole goose as special buys on 4th December.
http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/58_8040.htm?WT.mc_id=2008-12-01-12-16
http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/58_8041.htm?WT.mc_id=2008-12-01-12-16
Then on 28 December came the Goose feather duvets and pillows. Just enough time to clean the feathers and put them into duvets/pillows.... :whistling:
#35
sundog;3899889
you sad person

Couldn't agree more - hopeless pathetic comment.
1 Like #36
Why does every thread seem to have to be ethical?? I enjoy eating goose and pretty much every animal, i also don't care how its been killed.

I'd also have no qualms about killing it myself
#37
mercurystar999
Why does every thread seem to have to be ethical?? I enjoy eating goose and pretty much every animal, i also don't care how its been killed.

I'd also have no qualms about killing it myself


That could be why you have made over 600 posts and have a single circle showing what people thought of them.
#38
None in smithdown road aldi today
#39
Thanks to ibiza you now have 2 circle's mercury, People who love posting ethical clap trap all the time do my head in.
#40
ibiza
That could be why you have made over 600 posts and have a single circle showing what people thought of them.


Ooooo is it a popularity contest,i won't get much further with the **** i type on ere:whistling:

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