Kelj fel! That's "wake up!" in Hungarian in case you weren't sure. Well, you'll be springing out of your sack after sleeping under all that Hungarian goose down goodness - it feels very light and is incredibly insulating. Generously filled with 90% down you'll be ready to take on the world after sleeping like a (Hungarian) baby.
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Features and Facts
Hungarian Through & Through
This duvet is crafted by a family-run manufacturer in Hungary, renowned for quality goose down with gloriously large clusters. Just scan the QR code on your duvet's label for more details about the manufacturer. What's more they take sustainability as seriously as their goose down, carrying both STeP and GRS accreditation for their manufacturing processes.
Pure & Simple
The Goose Down in this duvet is washed in thermal water from an exclusive, certified spring. The 48° water opens up the loft of the down clusters more than if washed in cold water, which is typical of most down. The resulting fill power of 600-650 CBI assures you of good quality down clusters that will recover well when cared for correctly, which means high performance insulation to keep you warm at night.
Not To Be Sneezed At
Contrary to popular belief, this duvet is a great choice for allergy sufferers. Because it's washed in naturally warm spring water, fewer chemicals are used. It is also considered super-clean or hypoallergenic due to excellent oxygen and turbidity ratings. What's more, this duvet is cased in Nomite certified fabric, ideal for sleepers that suffer from a house dust mite allergy.
The top-notch filling in this duvet is made to Downpass and EDFA standards. Downpass is your guarantee of ethically sourced, traceable feather and down. This duvet has gone through rigorous testing to make sure it has what it takes to supercharge your sleep. It's made and tested to EN standards with special focus on the fill quality and down content.
This duvet has a 15 year guarantee.
Warmth / Tog
290 x 235cm
90% Goose Down, 10% Goose Feather
Please note, that duvets from different ranges cannot be attached using our cufflink system. To take advantage of the all-seasons features with your duvet, please buy within the same range.
The Look & Feel
Cold feet? Not for you. Use the handy cufflink fastenings to pair this duvet with another to create your personalised all-season duvet.
The choice of togs in this range gives you the flexibility to go from a 3.0 tog all the way up to an 18.0 tog duvet.
The 90% down content makes a lightweight, but very insulating duvet thanks to the lofty down clusters it's filled with.
Wrapped in a luxurious 280 thread count cotton casing for a lightweight and breathable finish.
Made to Last
To make the most of this premium goose down filling, the 3.0 and 4.5 tog contain their fill within stitched through boxes. The 9.0, 10.5 and 13.5 duvets are made with baffle walls to allow the down clusters to move and breathe. Both constructions result in an even profile across your bed.
Not all duvets are created the same therefore, based in their inner and outer characteristics, they need to be cared for differently. Care properly for your duvet and it will recharge you for many years to come. Here is what you need to do in order to make the most out your Hungarian goose down duvet:
Keep things healthy by pulling back your duvet to air your bed whilst you're getting ready for the day. This helps excess moisture to evaporate so your bed stays fresher and cleaner and is especially important with feather and down fills as moisture can make their natural odor more pronounced.
Every 6-12 months will do the trick - why not clean your duvet with the change of season - then it's ready for when you next need it. Store your duvet somewhere dry and away from dust. The bag your duvet came in is perfect for the job, or you could use one of our specially-made storage bags instead.
Protect your duvet and tumble-dry until completely dry. Even the smallest amount of moisture can damage the fill and cause those precious down clusters to clump and can also make the natural odor of feather and down more pronounced. A damaged fill = a ruined duvet.