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

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Found 7th Aug 2016Made hot 8th Aug 2016
Silentnight Cooler Summer Duvet, £10 - single
£20 - double
Seems like a bargain

Stay Cool for all summers

15 Comments

Couldnt you just use half of it for cooler summers

From where X

dlee04

From where X


if you click on it it says from amazon

cheaper on sleepy people.com

Original Poster

@ amazon

Original Poster

Who on earth would buy from sleepy people instead of amazon

Someone forgot to tell Scotland it was summer - still got my winter duvet and long johns on :-)

JellybearXo

Who on earth would buy from sleepy people instead of amazon



​for those without prime

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).

marty-401

Duvets are pretty useless on a hot night I find. We use a blanket a … 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? amazon.co.uk/s/r…ket

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...

Mermoo

The only way to really be cooler and let the body breathe is to stop … 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?

redsox9

Or perhaps just use the cover without the duvet?



As long as it's not a polyester cover

CardboardCutout

Wouldn't happen to be a waffle blanket? … 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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