Duvalay all the way.

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  1. ABZSteve

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    OK, they are expensive and take up a lot of space but they are worth it. We loved ours after trying them out for the first time at the weekend, they are ace :). They both fit nicely under the offside bench seat, kept cosy by the heating ducts (y). Took 5 mins to set up the beds and less than 10 mins to put everything back to normal. So, if you are in two minds, switch to one mind and go for it, thoroughly recommended. We have 10.5 tog at 4cm thick.
     
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    So you didn't find them a bit sweaty ?
    Mrs needs the heat, I am a nuclear generating plant so I have ordered one for her, I am going rufty tufty for now.
     
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    We keep ours on the single beds and put a throw over for the dog,
    My wife bought some flanalette sheets folded them in half sowed the bottom and fitted them into the Duvalays,nice and warm + just pull out and wash,easy peasy

    Rich
     
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    Not at all, cosy but not sweaty.
     
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    We have been using Duvalays for 5 or 6 years and would not want to be without them.
    We have different tog rated duvets for various seasons and if very hot nights remove duvet all together.
     
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