All togs available and discounted in all sizes, single, double, king and superking. Unlike regular father and down mix duvets (85% & 15%), this has 75% feather and 25% down. Shop as much as you like as its £4.95 per order, not weight, size etc.
Single 4.5 tog £15.20
9 tog £22.40
13.5 tog £20.80 (was £69)
All seasons £34.40 (4.5 tog duvet for the summer and a 9 tog for autumn and spring, and can be buttoned together to provide 13.5 tog for the winter)
Double 9 tog £26.40
13 tog £25.60 (was 79)
All seasons £43.20
King 13.5 tog £32.80
+ Other combinations available.
7% QUIDCO too
Siberian goose and hungarian etc available too at discounted rates.
Goose Feather and Down duvets are generally a comfort, although a decent one will still cost you quite allot and the prices start spirally when you go for the best luxury ones such as siberian goose and hungarian goose down.
This is the cheapest ive come across, that doesnt feel like inferior quality, the products have had good reviews , the duvets have more down then usual feather and down duvets (usually its split 85/15, this one is 75/25, which is better), they are guaranteed for 10 years and come with cassette design, which means the fillings are equally distributed between the duvet in square pockets and wont get lumpy on one end, etc.
Anyway, i picked up an all seasons single (which includes 4.5 tog duvet for the summer and a 9 tog for auturm and spring, and can be buttoned together to provide 13.5 tog for the winter) for £34.40. There is a £4.95 delivery charge PER ORDER, so you can spread that cost if you bought something else. For example, theres 100% egyptian cotton towels with a 550gsm weight starting at only £0.70 or their goose pillow and down pillow, reduced from £35 to £7.20. Generally i found the website to be quite pleasant and informative to use. Oh and dont forget 7% quidco too
Deal of the Month on the website says theres a 15% discount on towels too "To qualify, just type AW08TWL into the Promotional Code box when you view the contents of your shopping cart - the 15% discount will be automatically applied on all towels." Dont know if it works though.
By the way, before anyone says "do you work for them", the answer is no i dont lol, im just sick and tired of going to places like house of fraser, Debenhams etc with their 'massive' sales on, selling this stuff for £100+ and even online finding low quality ones more expensive then this. So if like me, someones put off buying something like this due to the price, ill be glad if it helped someone out.
Hi, i dont know if you lot know your duvets but theres a few types. It can get quite confusing with all the terms, togs, etc so if nothing else, i hope this post can help you decide whats best for you, for when you need a duvet, if its not now. The duvet mentioned above is quite good in terms of bedding.
Generally, in order of comfort/superiority, this is generally the higherarchy in ascending order:
Duck feather and down
Goose Feather and Down
The more down that is provided the more luxurious, softer, lighter the duvet is supposed to be and the more expensive. They come in several togs, i.e 4.5, 9, 10.5, 13.5, 15 etc. For the Uk, generally people use 4.5 for summer, 9-10.5 for spring/autumn and 13.5 for winter.
The togs are not classed by their weight necessarily, rather how much heat they can provide/retain, so a 13.5 tog hungarian 100 % down duvet which may be a third of the weight of a 13.5 tog hollowfibre duvet, and half the thickness, will provide the same amount of warmth.
Sorry for babbling on a bit, its Friday night and my mates are on holiday and im stuck in. All reps appreciated & thank you in advance-just please mention ur name.