The correct thickness depends on where you stay. For example, The Kalahari duvet is for places that hardly ever go below temperatures of 17 degrees. Places like Palaborwa or Skukuza in the Kruger national park. The Kalahari duvet is also ideal for summertime in South Africa.
The Gods window duvet is the most common and popular duvet for South Africa as it is a ideal duvet thickness for most moderate temperature areas. Places that don't often go over 27 degrees and don't go under 14 degrees. The God's window duvet can be described as an autumn thickness duvet. As said above this duvet is our best seller.
The duo indaba duvet is an adjustable duvet that is a Kalahari and a God's window duvet combined. In essence it is two duvets. This duvet is great for places like the Western Cape where summer temperatures are often above 35 degrees and winter temperatures easily fall below 9 degrees. This is a duvet that suits the needs of places that become very hot in summer and very cold in winter. Places like Bloemfontein, Kimberley, Ermelo, Secunda, Cape Town and etc. This is the best duvet because in summer you use only the Kalahari duvet until it becomes cooler, when autumn sets in you change the Kalahari duvet for the God's Window duvet. When South Africa moves into deep winter you tie the Kalahari duvet onto the God's Window duvet and then you have a deep winter duvet. Guaranteed to keep you warm and comfortable.
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