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Wholesale 13.5 Tog Flame Retardant Duvet (BS 7175) Best Quality

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Wholesale 13.5 Tog Flame Retardant Duvet (BS 7175) 

A highly durable, 13.5 Tog duvet which is fully flame retardant due to its unique proban polyester cover. The proban fabric is tested to British Standard (BS) 7175, 1989 Section 3 after 50 washes at 74c. Filled with high quality hollowfibre, the duvet is light, breathable and extremely comfortable over your body. Due to its 13.5 tog rating, the duvet will keep you nice and warm during the colder months. Available sizes include single and double and can be purchased as a single pack or pack of 5. 

  • Tog: 13.5 Tog
  • FR Duvets and pillows are Proban treated Cotton Only 
  • BS7175 Source (crib) 5
  • Anti Allergenic
  • 100% Polyester fibre filling
  • Machine washable
  • Tumble dry warm to cool heat

Duvet Sizes
Single - 137 cm x 200 cm
Double - 200 cm x 200 cm
King - 218 cm x 228
Super King - 218 cm x 260 cm

What is Tog? 
The Tog is a measure of thermal resistance and is the standard name given for measuring the warmth of a duvet. It gives you an idea of how much body heat will be retained by the duvet. The higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet. So a 4.5 tog is lighter making it perfect for the hotter seasons when you tend to get sweaty. A 13.5 or a 15 tog duvet would be ideal for the cooler months to keep you nice and snug. A 10.5 tog is somewhat in-between and is used for all seasons, whether its hot or cold. It's all down to preference as to how warm you want to be. 

What makes a good duvet? 
Definitely not the packaging! You need to look at the type of filling used in the duvet to determine its quality. You have the classic hollowfibre, to the microfibre to the feather and down. Don't worry, we'll explain everything for you so you understand the difference in filling to choose the perfect duvet for you. 

Different types of fillings in your duvet 
Our hollowfibre and microfibre duvets fall into the synthetic category often used by people who suffer from allergies and asthma. The silky soft duvet is the closest synthetic alternative to a natural down duvet giving you extra warmth and ensuring a featherweight feel. Its an affordable option so you don't have to break the bank.

Our goose feather and down duvet is a natural choice filled with long goose feathers making the duvet thermally efficient at retaining your body heat. This is an extremely luxury duvet with premium filling making the duvet soft, light and breathable. If you want extra comfort and luxury whilst sleeping, goose feather and down is the right choice for you. 

Then you have the bounce back duvet which is filled with spiral fibres (spring like fibres) which will naturally bounce back to its original shape resulting in the duvet staying plump for longer. It feels nice and light on your body but its amazingly comfy and warm.

Complete the full Flame Retardant BS 7175 range;

Fitted Sheets | Flat Sheets | Duvet Covers | Pillowcases | Pillows |

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or require more information.

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