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Emma Cloud Duvet Review


Written by Kyle

Last Updated: 31st December, 2021

In this Emma Cloud Duvet review (also known as the Emma Microfibre Duvet) we will be looking into the materials used, do some research into their benefits, if any, and see how it competes against some of the best duvets in the UK.

The Emma Cloud Range, which consists of this Emma Cloud Duvet and the Emma Cloud Pillow are Emma's response to a softer and lighter bed setup, especially during the seasons of spring and autumn.

Follow along as we uncover the Emma Cloud Duvet and mention if its worth a consideration or not.

Emma Cloud Duvet Construction

The cover and padding are made entirely of polyester microfiber material. This is a common design when making practical lightweight duvets.

Microfibre allows for air to freely flow through the duvet which keeps temperature regulated and helps keep the duvet hygienic.

To keep your duvet anti-allergy, fresh and clean, you can pop it into the wash at 60°C, this makes the duvet very practical and easy to maintain. If you are one who tends to get stains onto your duvet, we would recommend you have a look at some duvet protectors.

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(Image credit: Emma)

Emma Cloud Duvet Cover

As mentioned the Emma Cloud Duvet cover is also made from polyester. Polyester is one of the most widely used synthetic materials, especially in apparel. The benefits of polyester are that its durable, quick-drying and anti-wrinkle, making it a supreme material for bedding products.

What is particularly interesting to note is that the outer duvet piping is subtly wrapped in the Emma branding which shows their attention to detail.

emma cloud duvet cover
(Image credit: Emma)

Duvet Design & Fit

The Emma Cloud Duvet has a tog rating of 6.7.

A pillows tog rating is relative to its warmth (thermal insulance of a unit area) not its weight. Tog rating starts from 1.5 (cool) and goes up until 16.5 (very warm) and the higher the rating the warmer the duvet.

As the Emma Cloud Duvet has a tog of 6.7, this would make it suitable for spring and autumn. Below is a brief summary of what tog you should look into purchasing for each season.

1.0 – 4.5 tog7.0 – 10.5 tog12.0 – 13.5 tog

Emma Cloud Duvet Price & Sizes

The Emma Cloud Duvet review would not be complete without a list of current sizes and prices. Below you can find the available options and their corresponding weight.

If you prefer the feeling of a heavy duvet then you may want to take a look at some weighted blankets, which are said to stimulate a calming process known as ‘deep pressure therapy'.

Emma Cloud Duvet single size140x200 cm1500g£99
Emma Cloud Duvet double size200x220 cm2180g£119
Emma Cloud Duvet king size225x220 cm2450g£139
Emma Cloud Duvet super king size240x220 cm2880g£149
*Prices and availability may be subject to change

The Emma Cloud Duvet may not be suitable if you are looking for a duvet for a toddler, they are generally smaller and require a cooler tog.

Delivery & Trial Period

Emma products are generally dispatch quickly, in this case the Emma Cloud Duvet is shipped within 1-3 business days.

What's more impressive is that Emma has also added a trial period of 200-nights to the Cloud Duvet. this is the same trial period that accompanies the Emma Mattress. This means you can try out the duvet in the comfort of your own home and if you are not 100% satisfied with the product you can return it within the timeframe and receive your full money-back guaranteed.

Should I buy an Emma Cloud Duvet?

In conclusion of this Emma Cloud Duvet review, we will have to add that if you are looking for a simple, lightweight, durable and practical duvet that comes with a risk-free trial, this duvet is worth trialling.

We would highly recommend the Emma Cloud Duvet/ Emma Microfibre Duvet if you are searching for a:

  • Duvet with a trial.
  • Lightweight and practical duvet.
  • Duvet made from a reputable brand.
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