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*PLEASE NOTE – THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED* Nothing compares to a cosy nights sleep does it? I love being warm and cosy in bed. But I am also as you know a huge fan of sustainability and ethically made products. So I was delighted to be contacted by the Fine Bedding Company. They asked me to do a review of The Night Owl Duvet, their best selling luxury duvet.
Because the company has such a strong commitment to being sustainable and ethical in their production methods, I looked forward to seeing what one of their duvets felt like! Read on to see what I thought.
*Ad – we were sent a duvet from the Fine Bedding Company to review, this review is our honest opinion. For more details see the Disclosure Policy
The Night Owl Duvet From The Fine Bedding Company
How do you like the sound of a duvet that does not need a cover, is super light and can be washed and dried in your own washing machine? The Night Owl Duvet promises all this and more. The Fine Bedding Company have developed a duvet that can be washed at 60 degrees up to 20 times without losing its soft texture and feel.
Moreover, the duvet does not need a cover, as it comes with a lovely luxurious super soft surface. Never grapple with a duvet cover again!
Who Are The Fine Bedding Company?
Established in 1912, The Fine Bedding Company began their business by supplying cruise liners and hotels with their ranges of luxury bed products. However, as they have evolved, they have made it one of their missions to create a better nights sleep for everyone.
The company prides itself on their commitment to the environment and the communities where they produce their products. They engage in many sustainable responsible practices.For their real duck down products, they use ethically sourced down which is a byproduct of the food industry. And they have reduced their carbon footprint on the way that they export products.
But their top selling product, The Night Owl Duvet, is filled with their patented Smartfil fibre, which is actually made from recycled bottles. With 25% less polyester in their products and by using 38% recycled products, the Fine Bedding Company are doing all they can to reduce and reuse plastic.
So What Did We Think Of The Night Owl Duvet?
I reviewed the King Size Night Owl Duvet in colour Cloud Grey – weight 10.5 TOG for Year Round Warmth. This retails at £55. It arrived in a recycled plastic bag, and also came in a protective fabric duffle bag.
My first impression on opening the duvet and putting it on the bed was how light this duvet is! It really is lightweight compared to be old standard winter duvet. In fact, my other half did not believe it was going to be warm enough for the cold nights that we have been having. So the first night we slept with it on the bed, he wore more bedclothes that usual. And ended up needing to strip off halfway through the night as he was too warm!
Without a doubt I can confirm that although this duvet feels feather light, it is certainly incredibly warm and cosy.
Next thing to discuss is the soft feel of the cover. The cover to the duvet is incredibly super soft. Actually, it is a little slippy to the touch. But it is incredibly soft to your face and body. Which makes it feel so luxurious.
Wash and Dryable
And finally, the duvet easily packs right down to be small enough to fit in a domestic washing machine (as long as the machine is 7kg or greater in size). I am easily able to wash and dry this duvet in my washer and tumble dryer, though I will also dry it on my washing line when the weather becomes better. Recommendation is to wash at 40 degrees, though it has been fine to wash it at 30. And it dries in 90 minutes in my tumble dryer!
So My Verdict?
The Night Owl Duvet is a gorgeously soft and luxurious feeling duvet that is so incredibly lightweight. Indeed, you will not believe how warm and cosy this bedding can be.
My only gripe is that losing the need for a duvet cover has relieved my other half from one of his weekly chores, so now I have to find something else for him to do what it comes to bed changing day!
Buy the Night Owl Duvet here. Or read on for your chance to win one.
The Fine Bedding Company Are Kindly Letting Me Do A Giveaway!
The Fine Bedding Company have kindly offered my readers the chance to win the same duvet that I have featured above! You can win a king size Night Owl Duvet in Cloud Grey worth £55! To be in with a chance to win, enter using the form below. And good luck!
The competition is open to entrants over 18yrs from the UK only. The winner will be chosen at random after the competition closes – but see the full t&cs below.
Terms and Conditions of Giveaway
- Giveaway ends at midnight on 11th March 2021 (00:00 on 12/3/21)
- There is one prize only – which consists of one King Size Cloud Grey Night Owl duvet worth £55 as reviewed above.
- The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
- This giveaway is limited to UK entrants aged 18 or over. If you enter from out of the UK, your entry will be deleted.
- By providing your information, you are providing your information to me and me alone. I do not share or sell information.
- This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
- The Winner will be contacted within 72 hours of the giveaway ending. I will contact the winner by email, but may also use direct messaging on twitter or Instagram. Please note – this messaging will only be from my official account. If any other account tries to contact you, do not respond or give any personal details.
- If no response is received from the Winner within 30 days of being contacted, a subsequent Winner may be selected.
- Finally, entry to this prize draw confirms that participants have read, understood and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If you have any additional questions, please contact me.
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