The duvet duo consists of two light blankets sewn together at the outer edge. This creates an additional air chamber with the onion effect of winter clothes. Also the filler, the natural fiber remains there by supple, puffy and lasts longer.
The duo duvet is perfect for the central European winter. If that does not suffice (Central Europe is quite different), throw a second duvet over it. Usually a light summer duvet is sufficient, for those requiring more heat a moderate transition duvet.
The duo duvet Merino is certainly the most widely used, before the camel fluff variant which delivers a very good heat. Note: Cashmere blankets are always individually manufactured goods that cannot be canceled or revoked free of charge.
Our Merino sheep virgin wool comes from southern Germany and Austria and only from free-running sheep, which provides its good quality. The long pile of finely wavy back hair is used. The wool is washed intensively, but otherwise remains untouched. The residual content of wool wax (lanolin) results in the hygienic self-cleaning effect.
The camel hair originates from young camels living in the high plains of Asia. They possess an airy, multi layered coat which protects them from high temperature fluctuations.
The hair is collected and sorted by fineness, then washed intensively, carefully dried and cleared from awns (the rough particles are removed).
On request you can also get all camel hair duvets in washable, 30°C. However, the fibres are rougher and the original effect therefore reduced. The price is the same.
Filling: 100% camel hair, awns removed Covering: 100% organic kotton, fine percal (from controlled organic cultivation) Style/Quilting: Bodyform Warmth: ***very good Moisture absorption: ***very good Snuggle factor: ***very good
soft, cuddly, warming
very fast moisture transport
pleasantly dry sleeping climate
Cashmere goats in Scotland
Cashmere is considered the lightest, finest and most valuable noble hair, white cashmere being the finest. It originates from different regions of Asia, originally from the region it got its name from in Cashmere, northern India. During the natural moulting the hair is collected, but additionally also collected with a wooden comb and sorted. The hair is washed on a natural basis. After sorting and washing, only 100g useable material for making duvets remain out of a kilogram of cashmere wool, explaining the high pricing.
Filling: 100% white cashmere goat hair, awns removed Covering: 100% organic cotton, fine percale (from controlled organic cultivation) Style/Quilting: Bodyform Warmth: ****outstanding Moisture absorption: ***very good Snuggle factor: ****enormous
very light, soft and cuddly
very warm and breathable
best climate regulation
The fine tussah silk is only collected after hatching (or so it is said). Afterwards, it is degummed and cleaned during multiple wash cycles. Due to its smooth, long-fibred structure, silk has a very high warmth conductivity which is why it is particularly suited as a summer duvet and people with a lot of heat.
This duvet consists (aside of the sewing threads and the label) a hundred percent out of organic cotton and is particularly skin friendly.
Allergy sufferers don't have to fear the cotton, especially not in this quality. For the climate - the sleeping, room and world climate - a victory.
Provide the cotton duvet a nice sunbath for hygienic reasons every now and then. This will spare you the washing which isn't good for the material.