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“Argos Value Duvet”

published 13/09/2013


DisadvantagesNot all that comfortable

.... What I ended up buying was the Argos Value Range 4.5 Tog Duvet ? Double which cost £7.99. This duvet does come from the Argos Value Range so therefore, does not have the prettiest packaging. When delivered, the duvet came in a mostly white plastic bag which is tight to the shape of the duvet. On the front is a large, light blue square with the Argos logo in the top left hand corner as well as...

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AdvantagesCheap, breathable, does not leave either of us sweaty, keeps us warm.


...It has been very cold recently and the 4.5 tog duvet that we have bee using has not been good enough. I did have a thicker double duvet that I put in a vacuum bag last year when buying my 4.5 tog but when I emptied the bag and took the duvet out I found that there was a hideous chemical smell to it that I just could not shake despite several washes and it was almost making me feel sick s...

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“Cosy duvet”

published 30/05/2015

AdvantagesCheap, keeps me warm, lightweight

DisadvantagesA bit thin, doesn't plump up too easily

....5 tog and it only cost £10 for my double one. I didn't know what tog really meant but according to my friend it means how heavy/thick it is. The duvet contains hollowfibre filling, it is non-allergenic and it comes rolled up neatly in a plastic wrapper, the duvet itself is white and just looks the same as most other duvets. Argos describe this duvet on their website as ideal for winter, so I was...

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