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Simba Hybrid Super King Duck Down Duvet (260 x 220 cm) (90% down,10% feathers) - £85 Sold by Simba Sleep and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Simba Hybrid Super King Duck Down Duvet (260 x 220 cm) (90% down,10% feathers) - £85 Sold by Simba Sleep and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 2nd JulEdited by:"Newbold"

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Probably the cheapest Superking down duvet on the market while this price lasts.

These were originally sold at £345 - a ludicrous price, but a steal at £85. As sold by John Lewis and other reputable retailers originally, but these are old stocks being sold off by the manufacturer at very low prices to clear.

Two versions were sold on Amazon - this one (duck down) and a microfibre version. Amazon have merged the reviews for the two types, which is pretty silly given the huge difference. All the reviews for this version are 5*, bar one, and that's 4*.





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Our Hybrid Duvet with OUTLAST actively regulates your temperature, helping you get more of the deep sleep you need to feel fully refreshed.


3497777.jpgDuck down, and feathers have been used in the best bedding for years, and as you know, the more down, the softer, warmer and lighter the duvet. We used a combination of 90% duck down and 10% duck feathers to bring you the cosiest, most breathable and comfortable duvet.

One side is made of OUTLAST fabric, initially developed for NASA, to protect astronauts from temperature fluctuations. Today, the smart material adjusts to your body temperature to ensure you’re never too hot or too cold, providing the most advanced proactive heat management technology in a duvet.

The other side of the cover is made of 100% cotton, offering unbeatable comfort. With over 30 years of combined knowledge and experience, Simba has crafted a duvet that is cutting-edge, soft to the touch but also naturally beautiful, simple to clean and long-lasting.

Treat yourself to a Simba Hybrid Duvet, engineered with the latest innovations and using carefully selected materials.


Stay Warm in the Early Hours
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Pairing luxurious materials with sophisticated technology, the Simba Hybrid Duvet contains a magic ingredient called OUTLAST - developed by NASA to protect astronauts - that helps you get more of the deep sleep you need to feel fully refreshed – and bounce out of bed in the morning.

When you touch OUTLAST the first thing you notice is it’s noticeably cool. So when you get into bed it feels fresh - like having crisp, clean sheets every day! So if you hop into bed too hot, it’ll quickly get your body to the best temperature for falling asleep.

Temperature can be the difference between a sound and restless night’s sleep

OUTLAST is a ‘phase change’ material, which means it actively responds to the temperature outside. So when you’re too warm it absorbs heat to cool you down. But if you get cold it releases heat to warm you up. OUTLAST will keep you at the right temperature all night.


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300 Thread-Count Cotton - The Simba Hybrid Duvet is made with the care and attention and passionate design philosophy attached to all Simba products. That includes making it with luxury 300 thread-count cotton that’s incredibly soft to touch and yet really long lasting.


A Border that Breathes - Another little detail that makes a difference is our box border with double piping. This helps you see which side of your duvet features OUTLAST (the blue side). But it also lets air flow through the natural filling of the duvet, keeping it light and airy.


OUTLAST is a 'phase change' material, which means it actively responds to the temperature outside. When you're too warm it absorbs heat to cool you down. If you get cold it releases heat to warm you up. It also has an official Space Certified Technology seal of approval. Basically it's pretty cool.



3497777.jpgSimba's Company and Product MissionSimba is a British innovator bedroom brand, disrupting the global sleep market with one perfect mattress sold directly to consumers, the award-winning one-type-fits-all Hybrid mattress. Our mission: to simplify your sleep, using the latest technology and data to make revolutionary products that adapt to your body.
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Why are duvet so expensive ? Which is more comfortable and not heavy
What tog rating is it meant to be equivalent to?
Interested in this but like a very light low tog duvet, is this any good or likely to be too hot?
Arstar02/07/2020 13:00

What tog rating is it meant to be equivalent to?


Apparently 10.5
fiffio10102/07/2020 13:34

Interested in this but like a very light low tog duvet, is this any good …Interested in this but like a very light low tog duvet, is this any good or likely to be too hot?


Too hot for summer I’d say, but perfect for winter.
Gone up to £85 now?
wakkaday02/07/2020 12:56

Why are duvet so expensive ? Which is more comfortable and not heavy


This isn't expensive for a duvet! It is however awful. Hot as hell. No heat escapes. Read all the amazon reviews that arent 5* and they all say the same.

For reference we now have a pure silk duvet (as in the filling is 100% mulberry silk- You don't even want to know how much that was) but it keeps us warm in the coldest part of winter and cool when it's 30 degrees outside. The silk duvet is the only one I've ever owned where I've not felt the need for a separate summer and winter duvet.
Edited by: "stave84" 2nd Jul
Newbold02/07/2020 13:39

Apparently 10.5


More like 10.5 million in my experience lol
Hybrid. They'll try anything.

I've noticed that JL has been linking with a lot of cheaper manufacturers. So just because JL sell it now doesn't make it good.

£80 for a Hybrid quilt. My 10.5 cost me about twenty quid and it's the best I've bought and I've had some expensive ones.
Edited by: "LanzaJet" 2nd Jul
LanzaJet02/07/2020 14:11

Hybrid. They'll try anything.I've noticed that JL has been linking with a …Hybrid. They'll try anything.I've noticed that JL has been linking with a lot of cheaper manufacturers. So just because JL sell it now doesn't make it good.£80 for a Hybrid quilt. My 10.5 cost me about twenty quid and it's the best I've bought and I've had some expensive ones.


Comparing a down quilt with a £20 polyester fibre cheapie is rather like comparing a £4 cooking wine with a top end one though.
This a summer duvet for those wondering about toggage
Newbold02/07/2020 14:17

Comparing a down quilt with a £20 polyester fibre cheapie is rather like …Comparing a down quilt with a £20 polyester fibre cheapie is rather like comparing a £4 cooking wine with a top end one though.


I've had quilts £100 plus. The £20 one is the best I've had for me. Washes and dries easily too. Plenty of cheap wines in expensive looking bottles.
Edited by: "LanzaJet" 2nd Jul
LanzaJet02/07/2020 14:25

I've had quilts £100 plus. The £20 one is the best I've had for me. Washes …I've had quilts £100 plus. The £20 one is the best I've had for me. Washes and dries easily too. Plenty of cheap wines in expensive looking bottles.


Personal choice, isn't it. Natural materials such as down are always going to be more expensive than plastic fibres. They're also much more breathable and less sweaty.

Can you post a link for where you bought your silk duvet? And, yes, I'd def' like to know what is a fair price for a king size silk duvet?

Too many different Tog duvets, v. bored with too hot/too cold palaver - time for the middle ground 😴
Newbold02/07/2020 14:35

Personal choice, isn't it. Natural materials such as down are always …Personal choice, isn't it. Natural materials such as down are always going to be more expensive than plastic fibres. They're also much more breathable and less sweaty.


Not in my experience. I use merino wool topper over mattress and have a £150 Tempur pillow but I get on better with micro fibre quilt and merino wool throw if I need extra warmth. But yes you are right it is personal choice. We are all different in many ways.
stave8402/07/2020 13:44

This isn't expensive for a duvet! It is however awful. Hot as hell. No …This isn't expensive for a duvet! It is however awful. Hot as hell. No heat escapes. Read all the amazon reviews that arent 5* and they all say the same.For reference we now have a pure silk duvet (as in the filling is 100% mulberry silk- You don't even want to know how much that was) but it keeps us warm in the coldest part of winter and cool when it's 30 degrees outside. The silk duvet is the only one I've ever owned where I've not felt the need for a separate summer and winter duvet.


You're misinterpreting the Amazon reviews. I thought that at first and decided to give it a miss, but when you separate out the reviews relating t this down version you'll find not one single review mentioning overheating. All but one are 5 star, and the other's 4 star.

All the negative reviews relate to the polyester microfibre version Amazon have lumped together with this natural down version.
stave8402/07/2020 13:45

More like 10.5 million in my experience lol


You're experience is a little flawed though, in that you're criticising an entirely different quilt made from an entirely different material.
c_1st02/07/2020 14:47

Can you post a link for where you bought your silk duvet? And, yes, I'd …Can you post a link for where you bought your silk duvet? And, yes, I'd def' like to know what is a fair price for a king size silk duvet? Too many different Tog duvets, v. bored with too hot/too cold palaver - time for the middle ground 😴


I'd have to find it & get back to you, been a few years, was the best part of £350-400 though i think.
Newbold02/07/2020 15:00

You're experience is a little flawed though, in that you're criticising an …You're experience is a little flawed though, in that you're criticising an entirely different quilt made from an entirely different material.


No i mean we had the down one, and I felt like i was roasting to death
As an aside I'm not sure about the amazon reviews but I don't see that its only the synthetic version people are complaining about - some of them mention the down coming out of it. Ours didn't shed down but it sure as hell cooked me. We still have it as a spare for when the silk one is being washed (it takes literally 3-4 days to dry).
stave8402/07/2020 15:57

No i mean we had the down one, and I felt like i was roasting to death …No i mean we had the down one, and I felt like i was roasting to death As an aside I'm not sure about the amazon reviews but I don't see that its only the synthetic version people are complaining about - some of them mention the down coming out of it. Ours didn't shed down but it sure as hell cooked me. We still have it as a spare for when the silk one is being washed (it takes literally 3-4 days to dry).


You're still misinterpreting the reviews for some reason. The review you mention talked of microfibre! There is not one negative review or reference to overheating that relates to these down duvets.
Newbold02/07/2020 14:58

You're misinterpreting the Amazon reviews. I thought that at first and …You're misinterpreting the Amazon reviews. I thought that at first and decided to give it a miss, but when you separate out the reviews relating t this down version you'll find not one single review mentioning overheating. All but one are 5 star, and the other's 4 star.All the negative reviews relate to the polyester microfibre version Amazon have lumped together with this natural down version.


See my reply above - plenty of awful reviews for the down filled one (examples below) & my comment was based on personal experience.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…KLM

amazon.co.uk/gp/…KLM
Newbold02/07/2020 16:03

You're still misinterpreting the reviews for some reason. The review you …You're still misinterpreting the reviews for some reason. The review you mention talked of microfibre! There is not one negative review or reference to overheating that relates to these down duvets.


Lets try again.... I personally have the down version. The down version is far to hot & sweaty for me & my (usually complaining it's cold) wife.

I've also linked reviews mentioning heat and the down version specifically for you in a reply above.
stave8402/07/2020 16:07

Lets try again.... I personally have the down version. The down version is …Lets try again.... I personally have the down version. The down version is far to hot & sweaty for me & my (usually complaining it's cold) wife.I've also linked reviews mentioning heat and the down version specifically for you in a reply above.


stave8402/07/2020 16:05

See my reply above - plenty of awful reviews for the down filled one …See my reply above - plenty of awful reviews for the down filled one (examples below) & my comment was based on personal experience.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/R19ZGQMG6NITHJ/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0779KKKLMhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/RHMPC13ICFUPH/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0779KKKLM


I’m afraid you still haven’t worked out how to sort the reviews between the two types covered. You need to sort them to show only these: show only reviews for Material Type: Outlast

Try this - I’ve done it for you.

amazon.co.uk/pro…mat
Newbold02/07/2020 16:21

I’m afraid you still haven’t worked out how to sort the reviews between the …I’m afraid you still haven’t worked out how to sort the reviews between the two types covered. You need to sort them to show only these: show only reviews for Material Type: Outlast Try this - I’ve done it for you. https://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B0779KKKLM/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_viewopt_fmt?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=all_stars&reviewerType=all_reviews&pageNumber=1&formatType=current_format#reviews-filter-bar


Your replies are infuriating. I do know how to use amazon thanks. The reviews I linked haven't selected either type but mention feathers and down coming out of the duvet. Whilst I appreciate it doesnt say "Outlast" on those ones, the ones mentioning feathers coming out can only be the version containing feathers!

I also own the Outlast version of this bought annoyingly for a lot more than £80. I am stating my own opinion of a product I own and have used, and found vastly too hot which is why I said "in my experience 10.5 million" and didn't say "amazon says 10.5 million."

Your opinion that I can't tell the difference (i can) does not in fact invalidate my own opinion of a product. Your opinion that the people who haven't selected a sub-type for their review, but who have mentioned "Outlast" in the review, or feathers falling out, or both aren't valid is equally irrelevant. Clearly those people have the outlast/down/feather version & not the stratos. They also think it's too hot.
stave8402/07/2020 16:29

Your replies are infuriating. I do know how to use amazon thanks. The …Your replies are infuriating. I do know how to use amazon thanks. The reviews I linked haven't selected either type but mention feathers and down coming out of the duvet. Whilst I appreciate it doesnt say "Outlast" on those ones, the ones mentioning feathers coming out can only be the version containing feathers!I also own the Outlast version of this bought annoyingly for a lot more than £80. I am stating my own opinion of a product I own and have used, and found vastly too hot which is why I said "in my experience 10.5 million" and didn't say "amazon says 10.5 million."Your opinion that I can't tell the difference (i can) does not in fact invalidate my own opinion of a product. Your opinion that the people who haven't selected a sub-type for their review, but who have mentioned "Outlast" in the review, or feathers falling out, or both aren't valid is equally irrelevant. Clearly those people have the outlast/down/feather version & not the stratos. They also think it's too hot.


Let’s agree to differ, shall we. The very fact that you chose a gross exaggeration of 10.5 million for your estimate of the TOG rating suggests a certain lack of objectivity.

You’re entitled to your view of course, but it’s out of sync with all the reviews of this particular down duvet, and perhaps a little misleading for anyone looking for a duck down superking duvet at probably the lowest price available anywhere. Not everyone can afford £300 for a silk one.
Ha Tog Wars loving it
DJ.Mole07/07/2020 21:13

Tog of war


Heave ho
Edited by: "ciarandanielbyrne1" 7th Jul
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