The Silentnight duvet has a soft touch polyester cover and a superlight polyester hollowfibre filling.
These combine to create the ideal feel, lightness and warmth of a down-filled duvet, but without the usual disadvantages for allergy sufferers. It is completely hypo-allergenic, machine washable and can even be tumble-dried.
Choosing the right duvet is very much a matter of personal taste. For some people, only a weighty and snuggly duvet will do, while others prefer the softest and lightest duvet they can find. Traditionally, this latter option meant choosing a down duvet, though even if money was no object, these were usually unsuitable for anyone prone to allergy problems and asthma.
That?s why the Silentnight Just like Down range enjoys so much popularity, as it offers all the lightness and softness you would usually associate with traditional down duvets, but uses only 100 per cent polyester for both its soft touch cover and it?s light, hollowfibre filling. So if you?re an allergy sufferer who prefers a light duvet, the only choice you really have to make is in getting the tog value right.
Most experts agree that the ideal room temperature for sleep is 65 degrees Fahrenheit or 18.5 degrees Celsius. While that may sound cool to some people, the fact is that maintaining the optimal temperature for sleep is all about choosing the right Tog Value duvet for the season of the year.