What tog duvet is right for different months? Everyone sleeps best at slightly different temperatures, but it is likely that you will sleep better under a lighter duvet during summer, and a thicker duvet during winter.
Job done with an ‘ all seasons duvet ’.
Actually 3 duvets in one – this is a combination duvet, formed of two duvets which attach together. There will be a lightweight summer duvet, often around 4.5 tog, and then a medium weight duvet, perhaps 9.0 tog, which can then be combined like a really bad power ranger, into a single 13.5 tog winter duvet.
If you’re buying duvets for a new house, or for a student for example – the all seasons duvet is the best choice in our opinion. For me, with one teenager who feels the cold, and one teenager who gets hot in bed – everyone’s happy from just one duvet purchase!
Different fillings = different bulk and weight
Check you know what filling you want, a synthetic duvet will be very full and chunky when
popped together, down duvets are much lighter but still very warm in winter, and feather duvets are somewhere in between – not as bulky as polyester but heavier than down. Read our ‘About fillings’ page for further details.
Go to our best ‘All seasons duvet reviews’ here.