T3 Awards 2020: Scooms scoops up a prize for its Hungarian goose down duvet

This top quality duvet will keep you cosy all year round

Scooms Hungarian goose down duvet
(Image credit: Scooms)

Scooms' Hungarian goose down duvet is the winner the Best Duvet award, a new addition to our lineup of prizes in the T3 Awards 2020. Specifically, it's the all-season option we love. This clever system is designed to keep you cosy (or cool) in all but the most extreme of temperatures. 

There's a 9-tog duvet that should suit you in the spring or autumn, and a lightweight 4.5-tog that's perfect for warmer summer months. Then in the depths of winter, you can combine the two to make one 13.5-tog super-duvet, for ultimate cosiness. Snap fixings keep everything in place when you're using the two together. 

This brilliant duvet feels as luxurious as you could hope for. The stuffing – 90% Hungarian goose down and 10% small white goose feather – feels snuggly, cosy and comfy. Small pockets to keep the stuffing securely in place and distributed evenly.

Scooms Hungarian goose down duvet

(Image credit: Scooms)

There's top-quality casing made from 300 thread count, Supersoft sateen cotton, double-stitched for extra durability. Allergy sufferers can breathe easy too: the tight weave of the casing is designed to make this duvet down- and dust mite-proof.  In fact, Scooms' duvets boast multiple certifications for allergy-preventing, dust-mite-proofing and being free from 'harmful toxins and chemicals'. 

Finally, there are some reassuring ethical credentials. The packaging is entirely plastic-free and recyclable, and the stuffing is certifiably ethically sourced (it's a by-product of the food industry). And there's a 60-night trial, and 10 year guarantee for complete peace of mind.

If you're looking for a luxurious duvet that'll adapt to your needs whatever the temperature, Scooms should be your first stop.

Ruth Hamilton

Ruth is a lifestyle journalist specialising in sleep and wellbeing. She has tested more mattresses than her small flat can handle and will talk at length about them to anyone who shows even a passing interest, and has had to implement a one-in-one-out pillow policy for fear of getting smothered in the night. As well as following all the industry trends and advancements in the mattress and bedding world, she regularly speaks to certified experts to delve into the science behind a great night's sleep, and offer you advice to help you get there. She's currently Sleep Editor on Tom's Guide and TechRadar, and prior to that ran the Outdoors and Wellness channels on T3 (now covered by Matt Kollat and Beth Girdler-Maslen respectively).