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A tog is essentially a measure of how effectively a duvet insulates heat. The higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet will be, with 1 tog being very cool and lightweight, and 15 being the warmest. Typically, the thinnest, lightest duvet you’ll find on the market is 4.5 tog, while the thickest and heaviest is usually around 13.5 tog.What is a tog rating?
It refers to warmth or thermal resistance, in other words, how effectively a duvet can trap warm air so you are well insulated at night time. What is the Best Tog Rating for You? When choosing the perfect tog rating for your duvets, you need to understand that the higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet.What are Togs and how do you use them?
TOGs explained. TOGs are a standardised means of defining the warmth of a duvet. Finding the warmth level you want from your bedding is one of the most important decisions to make when you choose a duvet. Shops will mark their duvets with a ‘TOG’ number, but also may say ‘summer’ / ‘winter’ or ‘all seasons duvet’.Is the weight of a duvet associated with its tog rating?
The weight of the duvet is not associated with its tog rating. Different types of materials are used in filling duvets: feathers, down, silk or synthetic. Duvets filled with feathers or down have better thermal properties compared to those which are filled with synthetic.