How does tog grading for duvets work?

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As the number goes up the thickness goes up so if you get a 6.5 that is realy thin so you would be really cold on a cold nigh. 13.5 would keep you warm as it is realy thick.
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Tog refers to how good an item is at keeping you warm. The tog was invented by workers at the Shirley Institute, Manchester, in the 1940s.
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4.5 would be more suitable for your little 'un as its better for them not to get too hot - you then have the option of putting an extra layer (ie fleece) on top if it is a very cold
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The Shirley Institute, UK, developed the tog as an easy to follow thermal scale instead of the SI unit of m2K/W. A tog is 0.1 m2K/W.
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