Anyone know what these are actually called?

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  1. Trikeman

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    Memory foam mattress topper with quilt that is joined to it and some have pillows attached - like a sleeping bag,,,,,,,, but not (Wife's description not mine). :Laughing:

    Anyone know what these are actually called? Even where to get them.

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    Sheesh,,,,,,, no wonder she couldn't remember what it was called. :Laughing:

    Many Thanks TheBig1..:thumb:

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    Cheers for the link ShiftZZ :thumb:

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    If you don't like the price of the genuine article, many folk make their own version. Memory foam mattress topper (got mine from Dunelm) single quilt & king size duvet cover. Just sew the cover into two "pockets" by making a line of stitching in the right place and put the topper and quilt inside. The Duvalay is joined at the bottom but I preferred to leave the end open as it's easier to take the cover on and off for washing that way.

    Making your own also gives you much more choice in what colour/pattern you want!
     
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    Yep, did 'balk' at the price but your suggestion is brilliant :thumb: Many Thanks.

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    a good idea but really expensive. we bought 2 with spare covers. ( total £280 :Doh: )

    but we have stopped using them in their intended format. we now use the foam as a topper on top of our existing mattress and use a cover sheet and a normal quilt.

    so we have 2 well used and 2 used once redundant covers.:Blush:
     
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    I've got one with both summer & winter weight duvets, I like it :man_in_love:
     
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    Er, I can take them orf yer 'ands, Guv..........:thumb:
     
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    I put it on here months ago on how to make your own "duvalay" as I did mine 18 months ago when I bought my first MH as the original Duvalays were too wide for the beds .we do have two originals for the caravan, I used double quilt covers, depending on the width of the memory foam. if it is 90cm you will need a kingsize cover.
     
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    I bought 3 sets of single quilt covers on bogof.

    Sewed the covers together in pairs.

    Bought 3tog and 10tog single quilts for each 'set'

    We can choose whether to have the warm quilt ontop or the thinner one for summer.
     
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