Wool Duvets

Wool Duvets

+ All our duvets are filled with 290g/m2 Swisswool. The thickness is light enough for the summer and heavy enough for the winter, making it ideal year-round.

+ Our pure virgin wool comes from sheep raised in the Swiss Alps. We cover our wool with a satin cover made from the finest organic cotton, which makes the duvet very soft to the touch.

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Questions about our Wool Duvets

Do you have different weights?

All our duvets are filled with 290g/sqm Swisswool. This is an average weight.

For most people living in a house with central heating, it will be ideal all year round. Of course, those really hot summer nights when you sleep without anything are an exception.

Can I wash my Zizzz Swisswool duvet?

Yes, you can wash a Zizzz Swisswool duvet in your washing machine with absolutely no problem. Just be sure to use the wool program and a wool detergent.

The only thing you should not do is using a dryer. Wool doesn’t like that

Do wool duvets regulate body temperature?

Yes, that's wool's main benefit! Our wool duvets help regulate your body temperature while you sleep because of their natural breathability and ability to wick moisture. Wool can absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling damp, which can help prevent you from overheating and sweating.

Whom are wool duvets best suited for?

Wool duvets are best suited for those who prefer natural and sustainable bedding, and those seeking a duvet that can help regulate their body temperature all through the night. Wool duvets are especially popular with those who sleep hot or cold, as the wool fibers help to wick away moisture and regulate body temperature, thereby keeping the sleeper snug and comfortable all night long. 
Wool is also a hypoallergenic natural fiber that resists mold, mildew and dust mites, making wool duvets a good choice for asthmatics and allergy sufferers. 
In addition, wool duvets are an eco-friendly and sustainable choice, as wool is a renewable and biodegradable material that requires less energy to produce than synthetic materials.

How do I dry my sheepskin comforter after washing?

You should dry your sheepskin comforter as soon as possible after washing.
When doing this, remember that sheepskin comforters should never be put in the dryer or placed in direct sunlight. Instead, you should stretch your wool comforter over some lines in a shady place.

How do I care for my wool duvet to keep it in good condition?

Air your wool duvet out regularly and dry-clean it when necessary to keep your wool duvet in good condition. 
Our Swisswool duvets can be machine washed. It’s best to let them dry naturally, but you can use the dryer’s wool program.

Do you have different sizes?

We currently have two sizes:

• 150x200 cm, this is a general European size for a mattress 90 cm wide.
• 160x210 cm, this is a standard Swiss size for a mattress 90 cm wide.

If you have a two-person mattress, we advise buying two one-person duvets. You will both sleep better, since your partner can’t pull the duvet to his or her side anymore.

What size duvet should I choose to fit my bed? 

In addition to the size of the bed, there are two other factors to consider. First, how much of the duvet you want to fall out on each side of the bed and secondly how much you or you and your partner move around at night. 
We recommend the following: 
• for a single bed of 80x200 cm, 90x200 cm, and 140x200 cm, we recommend a 140x200 cm duvet 
• for more comfort in a single bed of 80x200 cm, 90x200 cm, and 140x200 cm, we recommend a larger duvet, as in160x210 cm (Swiss standard size) 
• if you don't want your duvet to hang on the floor next to your bed, a duvet of 135x200cm or 140x200 cm for a double bed of 120x190-200 cm 
• On big beds, like those sized 160x200, 180x200 and 240x240, you can use two 160x210 cm duvets.
• a 240x240 cm size duvet for a double bed of 140x190 or 140x200cm, if you want your duvet to cover or even envelop you under all circumstances

Are wool duvets hypoallergenic?

Wool duvets are considered hypoallergenic because wool fibers naturally resist dust mites, mold, and bacteria. However, some people may still be allergic to wool, so it's important to test for any allergies before purchasing a wool duvet. Those whose skin doesn't agree with wool have no reason to worry, however, as your skin doesn't come into contact with our wool duvet due to our soft cotton cover.

What is a wool duvet? How is it different from a down or synthetic duvet?

A wool duvet is a type of duvet made from natural wool fibers. Wool duvets are different from down duvets, which are made from bird feathers, and synthetic duvets, which are made from man-made materials. Wool duvets are known for their natural breathability, ability to regulate body temperature, and moisture-wicking properties.

Where are your duvets made?

Our Zizzz duvets with Swisswool are made in Switzerland.

Do wool duvets have a smell? 

Our wool has been washed to remove the slight odour that some wool duvets have due to the natural lanolin in the wool fibres, so this is not an issue.

How do I Clean and Maintain my Duvet to Ensure Longevity and Hygiene?

Keeping your duvet clean and well-maintained is important for both longevity and hygiene. Monthly airing is a simple and effective way to keep your duvet clean in between washes. As we sweat when we sleep, airing your duvet will help eliminate the humidity that accumulates during the night, making it easier to kill dust mites and bacteria.

When airing your duvet, avoid beating or vacuuming it, as this can damage the feathers and affect their shape. Instead, simply hang it outside on a sunny and breezy day, or in a well-ventilated room, to allow the fresh air to circulate and remove any moisture.

In addition to airing your duvet, it's important to follow the care instructions on the label. Most duvets can be washed and dried in a large-capacity machine, but be sure to use a gentle detergent and avoid high heat settings to prevent damage to the feathers. We also recommend using a duvet cover to protect your duvet and reduce the frequency of washing.

By following these simple tips and taking good care of your duvet, you can ensure that it stays clean, comfortable, and hygienic for years to come.

Are wool duvets more expensive than other duvets?

Synthetic duvets are generally cheaper than natural duvets, but wool duvets are often roughly equal in price to down duvets. The price depends on the quality of the wool and where the duvets are manufactured.

Can I put my wool duvet in the dryer?

If your dryer has a wool program, then you can use your dryer, otherwise it needs to be exclusively air dried.

How warm are wool duvets?

Wool duvets are known for their insulating properties, which make them suitable for all seasons. Wool can regulate body temperature and wick moisture away from the body, keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Our four season duvet is intermediate thicknes and can be used all year in a heated house or appartment. We also have winter duvets for colder rooms.

Do you have different weights?

We offer 2 different weights for our wool duvets. Most of our duvets are stuffed with wool at the rate of 290 grams per square meter. This is the average weight for a down and is ideal all year round for the majority of people who live in a house with central heating. 
We also offer 2 duvets padded of 460g / m2 in sizes 160x210cm and 200x210cm, which is ideal for cold interiors as well as cold winter periods, or simply for very chilly people.

Where are your wool duvets made?

Our Swisswool duvets for adults are made in Switzerland.

Is a duvet with Swisswool itchy?

No, the Swisswool itself is not itchy. On top of that our Swisswool is covered with a very fine, fair-trade cotton batiste. It has a very soft and smooth

What are the advantages of a Zizzz duvet with Swisswool?

Our Duvets with Swisswool are light and airy. They provide a very comfortable sleeping climate all year round. The unique temperature regulating qualities of wool will help you to wake up fresh every morning.

Wool is a naturally hypoallergenic, highly- breathable and it doesn't attract dust. Down and feather tend to attract dust and dirt, as well as dust mites. Dust mites do not like wool because of the way wool breathes. The wool in the duvet stays drier than other fillings. The lower the humidity, the less comfortable the environment for dust mites.

Our duvet is also machine-washable.

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