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Simba Hybrid Super King Down Duvet with OUTLAST 260 x 220 cm Super-King £80 @ Dispatched from and sold by Simba Sleep at Amazon
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Simba Hybrid Super King Down Duvet with OUTLAST 260 x 220 cm Super-King £80 @ Dispatched from and sold by Simba Sleep at Amazon

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Posted 29th JunEdited by:"SixtyFive"

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Simba







Hybrid Super King Down Duvet with OUTLAST 260 x 220 cm , Exceptionally







Light, Breathable and Actively Regulates Your Temperature (OUTLAST, 90%







Down and 10% Feathers)
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Got this last week when it was same price.

it is ROASTING hot to sleep in.

had air conditioning on and the room down to a very cold temperature and still it felt like being cooked. This will be great in winter months, but man, this is a heat trapping duvet. The top side is more of a plastic-like material.

great quality and very comfortable to touch and be wrapped in though.

Huge downside is that there’s no loops to tie the corners of it to the duvet cover, and not many options on where you could stitch in some unfortunately. Cover loops should be standard on a super king size duvet to stop it sliding around inside the cover I think, especially on a duvet that was £345 when first released like this one was.
Edited by: "england1982" 29th Jun
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Thanks alot for posting heat added
Has anyone got this? I fancy it but also want the tempur one.
Got this last week when it was same price.

it is ROASTING hot to sleep in.

had air conditioning on and the room down to a very cold temperature and still it felt like being cooked. This will be great in winter months, but man, this is a heat trapping duvet. The top side is more of a plastic-like material.

great quality and very comfortable to touch and be wrapped in though.

Huge downside is that there’s no loops to tie the corners of it to the duvet cover, and not many options on where you could stitch in some unfortunately. Cover loops should be standard on a super king size duvet to stop it sliding around inside the cover I think, especially on a duvet that was £345 when first released like this one was.
Edited by: "england1982" 29th Jun
england198229/06/2020 00:30

Got this last week when it was same price.it is ROASTING hot to sleep …Got this last week when it was same price.it is ROASTING hot to sleep in.had air conditioning on and the room down to a very cold temperature and still it felt like being cooked. This will be great in winter months, but man, this is a heat trapping duvet. The top side is more of a plastic-like material.great quality and very comfortable to touch and be wrapped in though.Huge downside is that there’s no loops to tie the corners of it to the duvet cover, and not many options on where you could stitch in some unfortunately. Cover loops should be standard on a super king size duvet to stop it sliding around inside the cover I think, especially on a duvet that was £345 when first released like this one was.


I don't want an overly hot one, I just want it to be heavy.
plainjayne8129/06/2020 00:39

I don't want an overly hot one, I just want it to be heavy.


It’s a VERY light duvet too

cannot underline enough how hit this duvet is to sleep in, so maybe not the duvet for you unless you want to use in just the cold months with another duvet to give it some weight
england198229/06/2020 00:30

Got this last week when it was same price.it is ROASTING hot to sleep …Got this last week when it was same price.it is ROASTING hot to sleep in.had air conditioning on and the room down to a very cold temperature and still it felt like being cooked. This will be great in winter months, but man, this is a heat trapping duvet. The top side is more of a plastic-like material.great quality and very comfortable to touch and be wrapped in though.Huge downside is that there’s no loops to tie the corners of it to the duvet cover, and not many options on where you could stitch in some unfortunately. Cover loops should be standard on a super king size duvet to stop it sliding around inside the cover I think, especially on a duvet that was £345 when first released like this one was.


I was looking at this when posted last week, isn’t this supposed to keep you cool as well with its space age material, after reading reviews does it make a difference if you turn it the other way? Thanks
england198229/06/2020 00:46

It’s a VERY light duvet too cannot underline enough how hit this duvet is t …It’s a VERY light duvet too cannot underline enough how hit this duvet is to sleep in, so maybe not the duvet for you unless you want to use in just the cold months with another duvet to give it some weight


I have a tempur hybrid mattress which keeps me warm enough. I don't think this is the duvet for me, but thanks for the info.
the "regulated your temperature" means it retains heat right? or does it have a cool feature?
Edited by: "5nowman" 29th Jun
rodney_jxl29/06/2020 00:48

I was looking at this when posted last week, isn’t this supposed to keep y …I was looking at this when posted last week, isn’t this supposed to keep you cool as well with its space age material, after reading reviews does it make a difference if you turn it the other way? Thanks


It does say that, but it absolutely doesn’t keep you cool.

as for using it the other way, I think that may be hotter as the top side is like a plastic material, which I don’t imagine would be comfortable. The bottom side is the soft cotton.
england198229/06/2020 01:21

It does say that, but it absolutely doesn’t keep you cool. as for using it …It does say that, but it absolutely doesn’t keep you cool. as for using it the other way, I think that may be hotter as the top side is like a plastic material, which I don’t imagine would be comfortable. The bottom side is the soft cotton.



That depends on how uncomfortable your quilt cover is.
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Back up to £175 in price
The blue side is the cool side, yes it's not more comfortable than the other side and shouldn't be used as a replacement for air Conditioning but it's nice in hot weather.
Sweaty on both sides, mattress and duvet. Ill stick with natural fibers thanks and have a cool night as far as possible. If you dont find memory foam incredibly hot then you will probably be ok.
Great find!
You might also like to try Bamboo linen... or Supima Cotton for covers and sheets/pillowcases. Works a treat against heat !
What tog rating would like be?
england198229/06/2020 00:30

Got this last week when it was same price.it is ROASTING hot to sleep …Got this last week when it was same price.it is ROASTING hot to sleep in.had air conditioning on and the room down to a very cold temperature and still it felt like being cooked. This will be great in winter months, but man, this is a heat trapping duvet. The top side is more of a plastic-like material.great quality and very comfortable to touch and be wrapped in though.Huge downside is that there’s no loops to tie the corners of it to the duvet cover, and not many options on where you could stitch in some unfortunately. Cover loops should be standard on a super king size duvet to stop it sliding around inside the cover I think, especially on a duvet that was £345 when first released like this one was.


What are these loops you speak of? Is this a modern thing?? Sounds like a game changer!
I bought this a couple of weeks ago at the £80 price and find it brilliant sleeping all through the night including 2 nights when it still was red hot at night. The side with the blue band round is made to regulate your body temperature dispersing heat when you're warm and retaining heat when you are colder. The other side is duck down and softer which I'd of thought would have been better in the winter. I've read that the tog rating is 10.5, I've also read that it does matter to use cotton cover's and I use a moisture wicking bedsheet that works very good as well.
2 comments mention air conditioning as if it's a normal thing in a British bedroom. Climate change must be real if we such a thing in our cool climate...
Great price, but I would recommend getting a Merino Wool duvet,
I brought one a few years back and I would never get anything different now, as it's wool it regulates your temperature you don't get to hot or to cold win win
cactusbrandy29/06/2020 09:28

What are these loops you speak of? Is this a modern thing?? Sounds like a …What are these loops you speak of? Is this a modern thing?? Sounds like a game changer!


Like on this one linked below (although they are easy enough to stitch on yourself to the piping bit of the duvet with either material or shoelaces, lots of videos on YouTube how). Most duvet coverts have the ties built in too:


SOPAT All Season Duvet 10.5 Tog Super King Duvet Insert Feels Like Down Classic Quilt Anti Allergy and Warm Comforter with Corner Tabs,White,260x220cm(10.5 Tog, Super KIng) amazon.co.uk/dp/…RZ9


in the world of game-changing devices, I can not recommend enough matress sheet clips so the fitted sheet stops pinging off the corners of the mattress. Here’s a link, the ones I have are different to these, but similar. Lots of options to choose from if you search ‘mattress sheet clips’. I use them on both the matress protector and fitted sheet and cannot remember the last time one of the corners of the fitted sheet pinged off... always a tightly wrapped mattress to sleep on:


Jubliss 3-Way Heavy Duty Adjustable Bed Sheet Holders Fasteners Grippers Clips Suspenders Straps (Pack of 4, in Black) amazon.co.uk/dp/…2RM
Edited by: "england1982" 29th Jun
england198229/06/2020 13:01

Like on this (although they are easy enough to stitch on yourself to the …Like on this (although they are easy enough to stitch on yourself to the piping bit of the duvet with either material or shoelaces, lots of videos on YouTube how). Most duvet coverts have the ties built in too:SOPAT All Season Duvet 10.5 Tog Super King Duvet Insert Feels Like Down Classic Quilt Anti Allergy and Warm Comforter with Corner Tabs,White,260x220cm(10.5 Tog, Super KIng) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B085XVSK87/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_ABD-Eb1XZDRZ9in the world of game-changing devices, I can not recommend enough matress sheet clips so the fitted sheet stops pinging off (the ones I have are different to these, but similar. Lots of options. I use on both the matress protector and fitted sheet and I cannot remember the last time one of the corners of the fitted sheet pinged off... always a tightly wrapped mattress to sleep on:Jubliss 3-Way Heavy Duty Adjustable Bed Sheet Holders Fasteners Grippers Clips Suspenders Straps (Pack of 4, in Black) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B012FUMBS6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_uFD-EbRREA2RM


Thanks for adjustable bed mention. Will have a look.
england198229/06/2020 13:01

Like on this (although they are easy enough to stitch on yourself to the …Like on this (although they are easy enough to stitch on yourself to the piping bit of the duvet with either material or shoelaces, lots of videos on YouTube how). Most duvet coverts have the ties built in too:SOPAT All Season Duvet 10.5 Tog Super King Duvet Insert Feels Like Down Classic Quilt Anti Allergy and Warm Comforter with Corner Tabs,White,260x220cm(10.5 Tog, Super KIng) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B085XVSK87/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_ABD-Eb1XZDRZ9in the world of game-changing devices, I can not recommend enough matress sheet clips so the fitted sheet stops pinging off (the ones I have are different to these, but similar. Lots of options. I use on both the matress protector and fitted sheet and I cannot remember the last time one of the corners of the fitted sheet pinged off... always a tightly wrapped mattress to sleep on:Jubliss 3-Way Heavy Duty Adjustable Bed Sheet Holders Fasteners Grippers Clips Suspenders Straps (Pack of 4, in Black) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B012FUMBS6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_uFD-EbRREA2RM


In all my days...well I never!
patg200529/06/2020 10:17

2 comments mention air conditioning as if it's a normal thing in a British …2 comments mention air conditioning as if it's a normal thing in a British bedroom. Climate change must be real if we such a thing in our cool climate...


I don’t think it’s that common, but I spent £230 on one of those standing units that has a ‘tumble dryer-like’ pipe pointed out the window (I made a simple wooden plank with a hole to slot into my ‘double hung’ window and screwed the pipe into that) and it was the best £230 I ever spent. I don’t think I would ever not have one set up again now since getting it. Even last week when the room got up to 30 degrees, this machine had it down to 18 in about 30mins.

It’s brilliant in the summer, then in the winter, you slide off the exhaust pipe and it can run in dehumidifier mode pulling out lots of water from the air. I think it does just under a litre an hour maximum. We don’t get that much, but it’s much needed where we live. This mode acts as a great heater too. Has fan mode and is great for even that, but AC mode when it is hot is incredible.

heres the one we got:

TROTEC PAC 2000 E Local Air Conditioner with 2,1 kW (7,200 Btu) amazon.co.uk/dp/…F30


one downside is it’s about 800w, so I’ve worked out it’s around £1.90 a day based on 19p per kWh, if used for 12 hours. That’s maximum power and I think I’ve worked it out as worst-case price, but most models like this have eco modes for hot nights where they do a staggered operation, they have thermostats for auto temp and timers on the remote controlstoo.
Edited by: "england1982" 29th Jun
cactusbrandy29/06/2020 13:07

In all my days...well I never!


The duvet loops are good... but the fitted sheet clips are world-rocking incredible (in the world of bed comfort ha)
I've had mine for about a year, got it cheap via here, and we absolutely love it. It's a 10 5tog so possibly a bit warm for the recent weather but I use a reversible duvet cover and turn it over as required. Blue side is the nice cool side, it does feel a bit strange to begin with but you soon get used to it.
Increased to £295 now - thanks OP, picked up a couple at £80 last night.

Looking at the reviews in detail, the problem of overheating seems to relate specifically to one of the two types listed. Not this one. Outlast (this one) is 90% down and the other (Stratos) is synthetic, which is bound to be much hotter/sweatier in summer.

Amazon have merged the reviews, oddly, but you can separate them, and all the overheating reviews relate to the Stratos.
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