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Our Do it yourself partner duvet means you can change tog independently to suit your individual sleeping temperature.
No Quibble Quilts co-founder, Su Mottram says, “The Dual Tog Duvet Creator was specifically designed to let partners use their own tog choice of single duvet to help achieve their ideal sleeping temperature”. Trading since March 2014, No Quibble Quilts looks set to be a success with increasing sales through their Amazon and eBay stores and direct from their website, www.noquibblequilts.com.
Not only can this innovative product benefit couples, it can also offer vast relief for women experiencing hormone-related hot flushes, an area No Quibble Quilts are keen to support. “The menopause affects around 4 million women at any given time with one of the biggest problems being hot flushes, particularly in bed.” continues Su, adding “we’re confident our product will really help couples in this area and our menopausal
testers have confirmed this with their feedback and reviews”.
No Quibble Quilts continued mission is to ensure everyone benefits from a restful night’s sleep aiding in their general well being and happiness. Su concludes “There is nothing as versatile as our product on sale at the moment and we aim to provide bedding that allows people to achieve a good nights sleep and we believe everyone should HARMONISE not compromise”
Joining forces in 2012, Saltash based Sue & Su found they shared the same 'too hot or too cold in bed' quibbles with their respective partners and set about researching the bedding market to find an answer. Finding that nothing quite matched their needs, they created a deceptively simple insert for two single duvets to create one, dual tog duvet.
No Quibble Quilts continued mission is to ensure everyone benefits from a restful night’s sleep aiding in their general well being and happiness. There is nothing as versatile as our product on sale at the moment and we aim to provide bedding that allows people to "harmonise not compromise" sleep.
02 Oct 2014 07:00
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