Duvet

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A duvet is a type of bedding used as a blanket on a bed. They are normally made of a cover, filled with feathers or man made fibres such as polyester and hollow fibre. They are soft and comfortable and because of the material inside the bed cloth, it makes the user feel warm at night.

Togs[change | edit source]

The thickness of the duvet is measured by a tog rating. The higher the tog, the warmer the duvet will be. The warmest duvet would be a 13.5 tog.

All Season Duvets[change | edit source]

There is an all season duvet where you get two duvets with different togs, usually a 4.5 and a 9.5.