What do you wear to sleep well? Do you sleep comfortably, without being cold or too hot? Bedding is the essential ally for a restful sleep: you need to feel wrapped, warm, without cold, but also without being overwhelmed by heat.

And also, if possible, leave the room set two minutes before you leave.

The issue is to choose between the many options on the market: whether feather, fiber, summer or winter, with or without Nordic-type cover…

Do not despair: in this guide you will find the key tips to easily choose the right duvet. In addition, our sleep experts have selected for you the ten best models of duvets and duvets that you will find on the market so that you can choose the one that best suits you to sleep soundly.

The 10 best comforters and duvets of 2023

1. Kipli 4 seasons

For those looking for a 100% natural quilt without animal suffering

Material: cellulose fiber
Grammage: 500 g/m2
Season of use: cold autumns and winters
Nordic Kipli

What we liked most about this duvet is its composition: 100% natural and sustainable. And it is that its filling is made of Tencel (eucalyptus pulp fiber) and its cover is made of organic cotton.

These materials translate into a touch that we have found soft and pleasant and in a comfort and warmth that surpasses traditional silicone hollow fiber duvets.

The Italian brand Kipli has a philosophy focused on sustainability that it applies to all its products. This is reflected in this duvet, designed to avoid the use of plastics (as in synthetic quilts made of polyester) and animal suffering (as in those made of feathers or down) and with a sustainable manufacturing process, without using pesticides and reducing the water consumption.

With its weight of 500 g/m², it is a good option to use in winter or on cold mid-season nights as it is very warm and quickly warms up the bed. But it’s not the lightest comforter we’ve tested.

And, despite what the manufacturer indicates, we would not recommend it for halftime because you could sweat. If what you are looking for is a duvet for cool nights, the summer model will be a much better option.

Its finishes have seemed to us of quality, with good finishes that prevent the filling from escaping. Its cell design guarantees that the tencel is always well distributed to distribute heat evenly.

Another noteworthy thing: unlike most duvets we’ve tried, when we took it out of the packaging we didn’t notice a chemical smell.

Easy maintenance and quality certificates

You can machine wash it at home – as long as it fits in the washing machine – and it’s suitable for drying, so maintenance is easy and cheap. Of course, we miss a cover to store it when it is not used.

Another noteworthy aspect is the certificates that reaffirm the quality of this duvet (GOTS, Oeko-Tex and Tencel) and its 2-year guarantee.

So, despite its above-average price, it seems like a good investment for its warmth, the quality of its materials and its respectful approach to the environment.

Pros

  • 100% natural and without animal suffering
  • warm a lot
  • Quality materials and finishes
  • can be washed at home

Contras

  • Price above average
  • It does not have a bag to store it
  • Instructions come in German and French

2. Hypnia 4 seasons

 A 3-in-1 duvet to use all year round

Material: silicone hollow fiber

Gramaje: 200 g/m², 300 g/m² y 500 g/m²

Season of use: all year

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Hypnia 4 Season Quilt

We like the Hypnia quilt for its versatility, but also for the quality of its finishes (you can tell that it is made in France) and its low weight, even when you put the two pieces together to get the warmest option of 500 g/ m².

The thinnest piece (200 g/m²) is ideal for mid-season or even places where the night temperature drops during the summer.

The thickest (300 g/m²) offers a good temperature for cold autumns and moderate winters.

And by putting the two together you will have an ideal quilt for very cold winters.

The duvet is divided into cells that guarantee that the filling will always be evenly distributed, avoiding cold areas when sleeping. In addition, we like the pattern of its seams that give it an elegant touch to use even without a cover (although to maintain its hygiene, our recommendation is always to use one).

We also found it interesting that it has anti-mite and antibacterial treatment to achieve a hypoallergenic duvet, making it a good product for people with allergies or sensitive skin.

Another point that we would highlight is that it can be machine washed at home, which is very practical. Of course, do not do it at more than 40ºC.

TipIt would be best to dry it in the open air, but if you are going to use a dryer, set it to a moderate temperature.

Also, we like that the brand offers a 3-year warranty.

Pros

  • Suitable for use all year round
  • Keeps you warm without being heavy
  • Anti-mite and antibacterial treatment
  • Can be washed in the washing machine
  • 3 years warranty

Contras

  • Free shipping only in the peninsula

3. Kipli winter

For those who seek the warmth of feathers while minimizing animal suffering.

Material: recycled feathers and down

Grammage: 300 gr/m²

Season of use: winter

kipli winter comforter

If you want a 100% natural down comforter but are concerned about animal welfare, Kipli has found the solution to offer a quality product but with a conscience. And it is that he has created this quilt from recycled feathers and down.

In their manufacturing process, they recover the filling, wash it several times and sterilize it before creating the new quilt, giving this material a second life.

It is made up of 50% feathers and 50% down and weighs 300 g/m2, achieving a soft and light padding that does not lose heat, so it will be a good option to use in winter. At the same time, it has good breathability, since the air circulates well through it and allows better moisture removal.

We especially liked its organic cotton cover. Its density of 91 threads/cm2 allows for a tighter weave than standard cotton, so it is softer but without losing strength, and has reminded us of the feel of hotel sheets.

Its quality is also backed by the Oeko-Tex certificate.

Maintenance and warranty

For us it is a positive point that it can be washed at home at 30ºC and even put it in the dryer, since it is easier to maintain good hygiene. We recommend that you put a couple of clean tennis balls in the washing machine so that the feather stays more airy and is evenly distributed.

On the other hand, keep in mind that the useful life of feather filling is much longer than that of any synthetic material, so you will have a quilt for many years. For this reason, its 2-year warranty seemed somewhat short to us, especially considering its higher price.

Pros

  • 100% natural materials
  • good breathability
  • high warmth
  • suitable for washing machine

Contras

  • Price higher than synthetic duvets
  • Somewhat short warranty

4. Groundhog

Ideal for those who live in a temperate climate and are looking for a duvet for the whole year.

Material: silicone hollow fiber

Grammage: 300 gr/m²

Season of use: autumn, mild winters and spring

groundhog quilt

Marmota’s quilt has a perfect thickness to use all year round if you live in a place with little cold winters or are one of those who have the heating on all winter.

The filling is made of silicone hollow fiber, with a sensation and touch similar to down. In our tests we have verified that it is warm, but without making you sweat because it is breathable; like grandma’s blankets, but without the weight weighing you down.

It has an anti-allergy and anti-mite treatment that withstands washing, so you can continue to have quality sleep without breathing problems.

Plus, Groundhog’s seam design prevents the fill from bunching up so the comforter is always fluffy and toasty.

Pros

  • It is light but heats up quickly
  • Breathable and hypoallergenic
  • Adjusted Price

Contras

  • You need a cover to use it
  • Insufficient for very cold winters

5. Siberia of Zeno and Columbus

 Natural warmth: a 100% goose down duvet filling.

Material: 100% goose down

Grammage: 300 gr/m²

Season of use: winter

Zenoni Quilt & Colombia_original

The Siberia quilt is the top of the Zenoni & Colombi range, and they have taken it seriously.

The filling is 100% goose down… and it shows. With a density of 300 gr, we have verified that it is warm even in cold rooms.

It is quite light; It weighs just enough to be comfortable, so you feel warm and warm without weighing you down. In addition, with the down you warm up within seconds of getting into bed.

And although it’s very hot, wearing only down is very breathable, so you don’t sweat while you sleep, being able to rest better.

However, if you are very hot, we recommend that you choose a duvet with a lower weight of feathers, unless you live in a very cold climate.

It has the Oeko-Tex and Downpass certificates that certify that the down is ethically sourced and does not come from live or mistreated animals.

It is most convenient to use it with a cover so as not to have to wash it continuously; Although it can be washed at home, it is preferable not to abuse it so as not to damage the down filling.

So that it does not cake, it is convenient to air it or hollow it out a couple of times a week. A normal maintenance in a material of this type.

Pros

  • 100% goose down filling
  • Certificate of ethical origin
  • breathable

Contras

  • Be careful when washing it at home: the down is delicate

6. Foren Tex

 The perfect duvet for those who want to sleep warm but can’t stand changing the duvet cover.

Material: silicone hollow fiber

Grammage: 600 gr/m²

Season of use: winter

ForenTex

A good solution for cold winter nights is Foren Tex. More than a duvet, it is a blanket, because it has:

  • The outer part of microsilk, which is warm and has a super soft touch.
  • The silicone hollow fiber filling, which gives warmth and consistency to the duvet.
  • The inner part of fleece, to provide comfort and warmth.

With those three layers, it seemed really fluffy, I confess that it makes you want to jump on it! But he is still very light, without weighing you down when you cover up.

The padding is sewn to the three layers, so it does not move or dislodge, nor does it bulge in specific areas.

In addition, it has a lot of patterns to choose from, so you save yourself putting a cover on it (in this case, we advise you to use a sheet under the duvet so that it stays clean longer).

You can put it in the washing machine at 30°C; for how thick it is, it dries quickly and the users who have bought it comment that it does not pill. We also like that the iron is not necessary, it is smooth as soon as it is dry and stretched out on the bed.

If you decide on the Foren Tex, keep in mind that it measures fairly fair sizes. In order not to get scared, it is better that you ask for the following measurement with respect to the width of your bed. If you have a King Size it may be just right for you.

With each Foren Tex comforter, the manufacturer sends you the matching cushion covers to dress your entire bed.

Pros

  • The exterior finish in microsilk with prints saves you from having to put a cover
  • You can put it in the washing machine at home without problems
  • It is light, but warm
  • very nice touch

Contras

  • The measurements are a bit fair, if you want it to hang from the sides ask for the size larger than your bed
  • If you don’t want to wash it continuously, you should use sheets

7. Pikolin Home pen

 A warm Nordic down filling that you can put in the washing machine.

Material: 92% down + 8% feather

Grammage: 250 gr/m²

Season of use: autumn-winter

Pikolin Home pen

With 92% down, the Pikolin Home duvet is one of the lightest and most comfortable on the market. Although the remaining 8% is feather, the size is small enough so that the reeds are not noticeable and bother the touch.

It allows optimal rest because the down filling retains heat, maintaining the temperature throughout the night.

It is also so light that it adapts to your body, no matter how much you move during sleep.

The outer fabric is 100% cotton, which gives it a pleasant touch and increases its breathability.

It is important to note that its materials have the Oeko Tex Standard 100 certificate, which guarantees that they are safe for health.

The manufacturer says it can be machine washed, but keep in mind that down is delicate. Don’t wash it often, and if you do, use the tennis ball trick so they hit it during the wash and the stuffing doesn’t cake.

Tip Tumble dry to ensure the feathers are completely moisture free and fluffy. As you leave it moist, it loses all its calorific power.

With a grammage of 250 gr, it is suitable for the cold. Think that the weight of down is not measured by the same standard as synthetic, that with these characteristics it would go just for very cold areas.

In this case, the Pikolín Home will hold up well except if you live in places where temperatures are below zero in winter. If this is your case, we recommend a heavier weight quilt that is 100% down, such as the Siberia Zenoni & Colombi.

If your budget is somewhat tighter and you don’t want to use a duvet made of down, Pikolin also offers the option of a duvet made of synthetic material, the microfiber Pikolin home.

Pros

  • High concentration of down ensures warmth and a fluffy feel
  • The manufacturer indicates that it can be washed at home, although with caution
  • The cover is made of good quality cotton.

Contras

  • Even with the treatment of the cover, sometimes the feathers escape
  • You should air it daily to prolong its lifespan.

8. Sabanalia

 Warm like a duvet, huge like a traditional quilt.

Material: silicone hollow fiber

Grammage: 400 gr/m²

Season of use: autumn-winter

gray nordic sabanalia

What is the biggest nightmare of having a duvet filling? Time to change the cover.

Well, with Sabanalia you save yourself the trance, because both the colors and the touch are designed so that you let them shine. It is also reversible so you don’t get bored of always seeing the same color.

Of course, it is recommended that you use sheets so you do not have to wash it so often.

The filling, made of silicone hollow fiber, has the best of Nordic quilts and the extra soft touch allows you to place it like a traditional quilt… but much softer.

Can you ask him for something else? Well, yes, and it more than fulfills it:

  • It is thick, but hardly weighs and is quite warm
  • It covers the entire bed hanging on the sides, like a quilt, because it has extra length
  • Reversible
  • With various colors to choose from. Yes, all smooth.
  • Washable in domestic washing machine

In addition, according to the manufacturer, the Sabanalia duvet lining is hypoallergenic, which helps prevent respiratory problems.

Pros

  • no cover needed
  • It’s huge and it completely dresses your bed (also the pillow)
  • You can wash it in the washing machine at home

Contras

  • The edges of the seams (where the two colors meet) are a bit rough
  • It is only available in plain colors

9. Montse Interiors

 A perfect Nordic filling for hot climates.

Material: silicone hollow fiber

Grammage: 100 gr/m²

Season of use: spring-summer

Montse Interiors

Montse Interiors is the duvet suitable for spring-summer if you live in temperate zones, or for winters that are not too cold. It is also a good option for very hot people.

Don’t let its lightness fool you: it’s warmer than it seems when you see it at first, thanks to its silicone hollow fiber padding. 

Despite being very thin, it is still a Nordic and warm without overwhelming: just enough to be comfortable in bed, as long as the night is not freezing.

This is in this specific model, 100g But if you run out, you have several thickness options, up to 400g.

If you are not sure, there is the 2×1 option with the 350gr model, which is actually two different duvets, one thin and the other thick. You can wear them separately or attached with brackets. This way you have all possible temperatures covered.

Although slightly larger than standard duvet fillings, if you want it to drape over the sides like a quilt, it’s best to buy a size larger than your bed.

Thus, when you are sleeping you do not uncover yourself (no matter how many turns you give or if you share hours of sleep with another person).

Pros

  • Can be machine washed and dried at home
  • Avoid allergies with its anti-mite treatment
  • Comes with a cloth cover to store it when not in use
  • The value for money is very good, especially in the lighter model

Contras

  • Slimmer version may be short for cold areas
  • Being a little larger than other models, you also have to make sure of the size of the cover

10. Lucena Cantos

 A reversible quilt for winter climates and cold people.

Material: siliconized and conjugated hollow fiber

Grammage: 400 gr/m²

Season of use: autumn-winter

lucena cantos

Do you want a quilt that warms and makes your bed beautiful?

The Lucena Cantos quilt is the solution, because it allows you to escape from the typical Nordic: it does not need a cover because it has several colors to choose from, which are also reversible. So you have at least two options.

In addition, the manufacturer gives you the option of getting matching cushions with the cover.

The feeling is very soft and the outer fabric, made of polyester, has a touch like peach skin. Be careful, because it is a tact that does not admit half measures: there are those who love it but others are set on edge.

The most interesting thing is that they have a lot of standard measures available and also extra length, so you can place it as a quilt, wrapping the pillow.

If you go for the large size, keep in mind that if at any time you want to use a duvet cover to change colors, the normal measurements will not fit you well.

But let’s get to the most important thing: it’s also very warm.

The padding made of virgin hollow silicone fiber is very warm, even in the coldest months. In fact, you are not going to put up with it in summer unless you live in the high mountains, because it is designed for autumn-winter.

The Lucena Cantos washes without problems in the washing machine, but you have to make sure that it dries well, to avoid mold. We recommend an intensive step through the dryer, which will also leave it more fluffy.

Pros

  • Can be used without cover, directly on the bed
  • Available in various sizes, also with extra length to cover the entire bed.
  • Although it does not weigh, it shelters to spare

Contras

  • The touch of peach skin is not liked by everyone
  • There is not much variety of colors and patterns

Our final recommendations

Best Synthetic Comforter: Hypnia Coccon

Hypnia coccon

If you are looking for a duvet that is warm, easy to maintain and has an adjusted price, the Hypnia Cocoon can be a very good option.

For less than €70 you will have a light quilt that heats up quickly and that you can wash without problems at home.

With 400g/m² silicone fiber it will be suitable for use when the room temperature drops below 20°C and will keep you warm all winter long.

This combination of price, functionality and warmth puts the Hypnia comforter at number one among our synthetic fill duvets.

The best feather duvet: Cotton Art

Cotton art_

Down duvets are the most suitable option when you are looking for the best quality and as much warmth as possible, but without stress or heavy coats on top.

The problem is that you have to pay for this, and this option is usually expensive. That’s why we love Cotton Art, because it’s 92% down and surprisingly low in price for the quality of its materials. 

If you don’t mind paying a bit more, the Siberia by Zenoni & Colombi is a great option, with 100% down. The thing is that you are not going to get the most out of it unless you live in an area with freezing winters. If this is not the case, you may feel hot at night.

We stay with the Cotton Art for value for money and because it is perfect for cold environments. The padding, if properly aerated, becomes fluffy and creates an air chamber that retains your heat throughout the night.

Advice In order not to have to take it to the dry cleaner too often (it is not good for feathers either) it is best to look for a suitable cover, preferably made of a natural fabric.

In the seasons that you do not use it, such as summer, you can store it in the cloth bag that is included, so that it can also be aired while it “rests”.

In short, an ideal quilt for cold nights, because it is light, very comfortable and warm.

Comparison table

ModelPriceFillingNeed coverWeightClimateCleaning

Nordic Kipli
Kipli 4 seasons
See price natural cellulose fiber 500 g/m² Cold Autumns – Winter Washing machine
Hypnia 4 Season Quilt
Hypnia
See price hollow fiber 200, 300 y 500 gr/m² All year Washing machine
kipli winter
kipli winter
See price 50% down
and 50% feather
300 gr/m² Winter Washing machine
groundhog quilt
Groundhog
See price hollow fiber 300 gr/m² Autumn – Mild winters – Spring Washing machine
Zenoni Quilt & Colombia_original
Siberia Z&C
See price 100% goose down 300 gr/m² Winter Washing machine, but we recommend professional cleaning
ForenTex
Forensic Tex
See price hollow fiber 600 gr/m² Winter Washing machine
Pikolin Home pen
Pikolin Down
See price 92% down
and 8% feather
250 gr/m² Autumn Winter Recommended professional cleaning
gray nordic sabanalia
Sabanalia
See price hollow fiber 400 gr/m² Autumn Winter Washing machine
Montse Interiors
Montse Interiors
See price hollow fiber 100 gr/m² Spring Summer Washing machine
lucena cantos
Lucena Cantos
See price conjugated hollow fiber 400 gr/m² Autumn Winter Washing machine

Buying guide for the best quilt

duvet coverIf it is the first time that you propose to choose a quilt, the variation in prices that exists between models and brands can be a bit disconcerting, because you can find options from €30 and others that exceed €200.

The most expensive duvet is not necessarily the best, and choosing the best duvet is almost like choosing shoes: it depends on what exactly you need it for.

Just as you would not buy the same shoes to play sports as to go to a wedding, you do not need the same duvet if you live in a very cold climate than if your house is in a warm area.

Therefore, the first thing you have to decide is:

Normal quilt or Nordic filling?

The lifelong quilt is used without a cover and normally with a sheet, although models have recently appeared with a pleasant touch and are very easy to wash, which you can use directly in contact with the skin.

This means that you will have to wash it more often, and it will probably last less.

On the other hand, if you use a sheet, you don’t get rid of making the bed in the morning, which brings us to the next point.

The duvet or duvet filling has become very popular in recent times because, once you have the cover on, you simply have to stretch the duvet on the bed to consider it made. It doesn’t take ten seconds.

It is true that changing the cover can be a hassle, greater the bigger your bed, but you only do it every X days (the time it takes to change the sheets, usually).

What factors influence when choosing a duvet?

1. The type of filling

There are two large families of filling: natural or feather fillings and synthetic fibers.

natural quilts

The so-called natural quilts are those that are filled with bird feathers, usually duck or goose.

Here you have to differentiate between:

  • Down: it is the lightest part of the feathers, like fluff, which is usually extracted from the chest and neck of birds. The most famous is the goose, for its insulating and thermoregulatory power. But it is also the most expensive, because it is less abundant and more difficult to collect. This down is the most breathable and insulating, and because it doesn’t have the center shaft of larger feathers, it’s also softer and fluffs up more.
  • Feather: although it is also a quality filler, this is less than down, because it is not as “ethereal” and the central shaft reduces insulation and breathability. It is also rougher to the touch and can be visually striking if the manufacturer inserts black feathers into a light-colored sleeve (doesn’t detract, but can look dirty).

feather paddingIn many cases, feather and down fillings have a slight odor that usually goes away within a few days of opening and airing it. It is normal since it is a natural product, but make sure that your duvet has an anti-mite and antibacterial treatment.

Another concept that you can find, although not all brands specify it, is fill power: this is the quality of a down filling and determines the quality, origin, lightness and insulation capacity of the down.

It is measured on a scale from 1 to 10; the best fills will have a fill power of 9 or 10, but they will also be more expensive.

As for hygiene, most natural duvets do not allow home washing, and the manufacturer’s instructions specify dry cleaning.

For this reason, it is best to always use it with a cover or with a sheet underneath, so that it does not get dirty so quickly. Although that takes away a bit of comfort when it comes to making the bed, almost all down or feather duvets are actually duvet fillings: with a simple cotton lining, it is almost a given that you are going to use a cover.

If you’re not convinced about the cover and you prefer to wash it, we’ll tell you a secret: in our experience, all down duvets can be washed at home, with a little care.

To do this, it is important that the comforter is loose in the washing machine, and you can also use a very common trick: wash it with tennis balls. These beat the filling as it turns, and prevent it from caking. 

One last note: in principle, the feathers and down of the fillings are obtained from animals that are slaughtered for meat consumption, but it is true that not all manufacturers guarantee this origin. If you have a minimum of animal sensitivity, discard this option without giving it more thought.

There are also other natural filling options, although they are less common:

  • Filled with natural silk: it is hypoallergenic, thermoregulatory and breathable and ideal for the most sensitive skin. And of course, it hardly weighs. The best: they are free of static electricity and are suitable for both winter and summer. The worst: the price, of course.
  • Filled with wool: this is the winter blanket of all life, but brought to a modern concept. Today you can find light and warm quilts made of this material. Its main problem is that wool is not breathable, so if you tend to sweat at night, it is not your best choice.

These natural fibers can be an alternative to feathers, but they share the same inconvenience: if you want to take care of your quilt according to the canons, you will have to take it to specialized centers to wash it.

synthetic quilts

silicone hollow fiberThe current rhythm of life demands more practical and less aggressive solutions with animals. This was the origin of duvets with synthetic fillings.

Its care is much simpler than natural fill duvets, because they can be put in the washing machine without much thought. This makes them even more recommendable when they are for children.

They are also more resistant and less delicate than feather fillings.

Of course, they are also usually cheaper and although you will need more padding to have more warmth, the price difference more than makes up for it.

The truth is that until not so long ago this type of material was “jogging”. The low price responded to the low quality, but this is no longer the case. Nowadays the variety of synthetic compounds allows to obtain excellent qualities, respecting the portfolio.

The most common synthetic fillers are:

  • Siliconized hollow fiber: tries to imitate the feel of natural fillings. It is a polyester fiber made up of hollow strands on the inside and silicone coated on the outside to gain flexibility. It is the one that is usually used in mid-range quilts.
  • Siliconized and conjugated (or curly) hollow fiber: used in higher-end quilts, because it is more expensive and breathes better due to the gaps left between the “curls” of the strands. This also helps make the comforter lighter and fluffier.
  • Microfiber: a fabric made up of small air bubbles, which makes it very light. It is more breathable and insulating than other synthetic fibers.

2. Grammage and coat capacity

quilt weightDo you live in a warm area? Then you don’t need a duvet as warm as a person who lives in the mountains or in a house without heating.

All manufacturers specify the weight of their quilts to report the shelter provided by each model.

The grammage is the filling density per square meter that a quilt has; it is measured in grams and also determines the final weight.

As a general rule, the higher the grammage, the more weight and also the more heat.

There are three large groups:

  • Low grammage: between 100 and 150 gr/m², they are the so-called “summer” quilts, for warmer climates and seasons; in rooms with an ambient temperature around 20°.
  • Medium weight: around 250 gr/m², “between season” quilts, suitable for spring and autumn or for lighter winters, or houses with heating. Calculate a room at least 15°.
  • High grammage: from 300 gr/m², for when you really need to bundle up for the night.

It is essential that you choose the weight you need well, because if you fall short, you will be cold at night. And if you overdo it, the heat won’t let you sleep. In other words, if you don’t choose well, you won’t rest properly.

An option to which more and more manufacturers are targeting are the “four seasons” quilts; Actually, it is not a single duvet, but rather two or more duvet fillings of different weights that you can join or separate depending on the warmth you need to obtain.

As a general rule to decide the weight of your duvet, keep in mind that natural fibers are warmer (the same weight will give more warmth than a synthetic fiber), but they are also more expensive.

Do the duvets have a guarantee?

In addition to what each manufacturer may give at a particular level, any consumer product marketed in Spain has a 3-year legal guarantee that covers factory defects (note, not those of use).

This means that as soon as you receive your quilt, you should check it carefully and request a return if you detect any type of defect: stains, unsewn seams, bad smell…

If you use it or even wash it, it is very likely that this guarantee will no longer cover you.

Keep in mind that the date on which the warranty period begins is the one that appears on the purchase invoice, not the date you receive it.