It’s gotten to that time of the year where you are probably in need of the cosiest bedding to keep you warm during the cold cold night! Your sheets, pillows and mattress protectors are all very essential, however for the cold weather you are going to have to be very particular about the duvet you buy.
You’ve probably bought a duvet before, but what you may not know is that the warmth of a duvet is rated by a universal unit known as a “tog”. Simply put, tog refers to the measure of the duvets ability to trap warm air. A duvet tog does not relate to its weight or filling, rather it relates to its warmth, therefore the higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet, and the lower the tog, the colder the duvet will be.
Now it’s probably making sense why your duvet doesn’t keep you as warm as you need to be at night right? Well now that you know, here’s how you determine what duvet tog would be enough to give you the warmth you need this rainy season!
Duvet tog rating usually start from 2.5 and can go all the way up to 15, so to keep you warm this raining season you would need a 10tog duvet, it’s just the right rating to keep you adequately warm without being overbearingly hot. If you go for a duvet that’s 6 or 7 togs, you would have some cold nights ahead of you!
With this wonderful insight of picking the right tog, you won’t have a problem getting the right duvet for the rainy season, it’s a good thing that at Esorae luxury our duvets are 10tog, so you are guaranteed warm and toasty nights this rainy season!
While you’ve probably bought a duvet before, you may not know that the warmth of a duvet is rated by a universal unit known as a tog. It’s a measure of the duvet’s ability to trap warm air—the higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet. As a general rule, a tog of 13.5 or higher is considered suitable for the cold months. Another unit to look at is ‘fill power’, or the amount of space one ounce of down takes up. In general, the higher the fill power, the fluffier the down duvet and the greater its ability to insulate