One thing about the British weather is that you have to use a duvet all-year long. At least this is what I do! There are quite a few options in the market and it can be hard to find the one that suits your needs. In this Panda Cloud duvet review, I will talk about this versatile option and whether it’s one to consider.
After reviewing the Panda pillow, I became a big fan of this brand. This small, London-based company has created some really nice products and they have seen great success in recent years. Their 10.5 tog duvet was designed with British sleepers in mind and it can be used even during the summer. I got my Panda Cloud duvet about a month ago so let’s move now to the full review below.
Panda is a company that loves bamboo and they couldn’t design this duvet without using it. However, they combined it with synthetic fibres so the filling is made of 50% Bamboo Fibres & 50% Nano Microfibres. This combination gives a ‘down feather feeling’ but it also makes this duvet eco-friendly. The Cloud duvet doesn’t feel heavy but it’s warm when it’s needed especially during the winter. They have also used a square pocket pattern which ensures that the filling will be equally distributed. This is a clever design as I hate when duvets have cold spots.
Bamboo is naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic so if you suffer from allergies this can be a good option. All the materials used to make this duvet carry the STANDARD 100 label which means that there are free from harmful substances. This means that this duvet is also safe for babies and sleepers who suffer from sensitive skin. Overall, this is a well-made duvet and I think that Panda did a great job here.
DESIGN & FIT
One of the things I like about the Panda brand is their design approach. The Cloud duvet is definitely one of the most beautiful ones in the market. It features a white colour with black details and a panda face in the upper corner. The Bavarian-style pockets make it look very premium and I think it looks more expensive than it actually is.
The great fit is another strength of this duvet. Every corner features fasteners which allow duvet covers which feature straps to be tied securely to the duvet. This means that you won’t face clumping which can make you feel uncomfortable. This is practical thinking and I love when makers think this way.
The Panda Cloud duvet is available in 4 sizes which gives you a number of options. It starts at £99.95 for a Single one and goes up to £159.95 for a Super King one. The table below has pricing information for all available sizes.
|UK Super King||£159.95|
DELIVERY & SERVICE
All Panda products come with Free Standard delivery and your duvet will be delivered via DPD, UPS or the Royal Mail. Delivery takes usually 3-7 working days depending on your postcode. I live in London and in my case the duvet was delivered after 4 working days. The whole process was smooth and the duvet came packed in a really nice carton box just like the one pictured below.
Besides the Free Delivery, you will also get a 5-year guarantee which is amazing, especially if you consider that this is a bedding product. Overall, they offer a complete package here and I think they raised the standards for all duvet makers.
The time has come now to complete this Panda Cloud duvet review. I think that this is a great option for anyone looking for a duvet that can be used all year long. Having said that, if you live in the northern part of the UK, a 10.5 tog duvet maybe is not enough warm. For the rest of the country, this is an excellent option! If you look for a hypoallergenic duvet that is fairly priced then you should definitely consider the Panda duvet.