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Silentnight Cooler Summer Duvet Single £10.00 (Prime) / £14.75 non Prime) @ Amazon

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Silentnight Cooler Summer Duvet, £10 - single £20 - double Seems like a bargain Stay Cool for all summers Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Silentnight Cooler Summer Duvet, £10 - single
£20 - double
Seems like a bargain

Stay Cool for all summers
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Couldnt you just use half of it for cooler summers
#2
From where X
#3
dlee04
From where X
if you click on it it says from amazon
#5
cheaper on sleepy people.com
#6
@ amazon
#7
Who on earth would buy from sleepy people instead of amazon
#8
Someone forgot to tell Scotland it was summer - still got my winter duvet and long johns on :-)
#9
JellybearXo
Who on earth would buy from sleepy people instead of amazon


for those without prime
#10
Duvets are pretty useless on a hot night I find. We use a blanket a friend bought for us......its just like the material used for a string vest but thicker (you still have the weight of the blanket but the air moves around freely so nice and cool). If I knew where to get another one from I would (the nearest thing I've seen to it has been in hospitals).
#11
marty-401
Duvets are pretty useless on a hot night I find. We use a blanket a friend bought for us......its just like the material used for a string vest but thicker (you still have the weight of the blanket but the air moves around freely so nice and cool). If I knew where to get another one from I would (the nearest thing I've seen to it has been in hospitals).

Wouldn't happen to be a waffle blanket? https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=waffle+blanket
#12
The only way to really be cooler and let the body breathe is to stop buying polyester duvets. Feather/cotton/wool/silk filled with a cotton cover will make a lot of different to those hot sticky nights...
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Mermoo
The only way to really be cooler and let the body breathe is to stop buying polyester duvets. Feather/cotton/wool/silk filled with a cotton cover will make a lot of different to those hot sticky nights...
Or perhaps just use the cover without the duvet?
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redsox9
Mermoo
The only way to really be cooler and let the body breathe is to stop buying polyester duvets. Feather/cotton/wool/silk filled with a cotton cover will make a lot of different to those hot sticky nights...
Or perhaps just use the cover without the duvet?

As long as it's not a polyester cover ;)
#15
CardboardCutout
marty-401
Duvets are pretty useless on a hot night I find. We use a blanket a friend bought for us......its just like the material used for a string vest but thicker (you still have the weight of the blanket but the air moves around freely so nice and cool). If I knew where to get another one from I would (the nearest thing I've seen to it has been in hospitals).
Wouldn't happen to be a waffle blanket? https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=waffle+blanket
Thanks. They look similar but the one we have has a more open weave (like a string vest).

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