Welcome to our big 4 Seasons Blanket Test 2020, where we present you all the 4 Seasons Blankets we have tested in detail. We have put together detailed background information for you and also added a summary of the customer reviews on the net.
We want to make your purchase decision easier and help you to find the best 4 seasons duvet for you.
You can also find answers to frequently asked questions in our guide. If available, we also offer you interesting test videos. Furthermore, you will also find some important information on this page, which you should pay attention to if you want to buy 4 Seasons quilts.
The most important facts in brief
- 4 seasons duvets are designed to be used all year round. These duvets consist of two separate blankets, which can be used as a winter duvet by buttoning them together.
- Basically, a distinction can be made between different filling materials. However, the most common are down, silk, microfibre and cotton.
- Microfibre and cotton are ideal for allergy sufferers, among others, because these fabrics are very light, especially in their care.
4 Seasons quilt test: Favourites of the editors
- The best 4 seasons duvet from microfibre
- The best 4 seasons duvet with many sizes to choose from
- The best 4 seasons duvet from down
The best 4 seasons duvet from microfibre
The Aqua-textil Soft Touch 4 Seasons duvet is a duvet that can be used optimally at all 4 seasons. The light summer duvet and the warmer transitional duvet make the perfect winter duvet.
The blanket is available in many different sizes. It is characterized by its filling weight of summer quilt: 600g with diamond quilting and transition quilt: 800g with square quilting.
Due to its breathable and boil-proof properties, the duvet is particularly suitable for allergy sufferers.
The best 4 seasons duvet with many sizes to choose from
The Hanskruchen Premium De Luxe down duvet is a temperature and moisture compensating 4-year duvet in down material. It also provides a pleasant and soothing sleeping climate.
The blanket is available in many different sizes. Due to its easy-care properties (washable at 60°C) it is particularly suitable for allergy sufferers.
The best 4 seasons duvet from down
The Böhmerwald® 4 Seasons duvet is a Siberian goose down filling. It is characterised as temperature-equalising and moisture-regulating.
Due to its ease of care (washable at 60°C) it is particularly suitable for allergy sufferers.
Advisor: Questions you should deal with before you buy 4 seasons duvet
For whom is a 4 seasons duvet suitable?
A 4 seasons duvet is usually suitable for everyone. Due to the fact that a 4 Seasons duvet usually consists of two parts that can be buttoned together, it can be used as required.
Filling materials such as silk or lyocell are suitable for people who perspire lightly to heavily. These materials are particularly distinguished for their temperature balancing and moisture absorbing function.
For people with higher heat requirements, filling materials such as microfibre or down are particularly recommended, as these materials contain heat insulating properties.
4 Seasons duvets made of microfibre, silk, down and 100% cotton are nowadays also very suitable for allergy sufferers. Due to their meanwhile mite-proof design, they can be washed at different washing degrees.
The following video should give you a small overview, for what and for whom a 4 seasons duvet is suitable.
Which fabrics are recommended for a 4 seasons duvet?
For 4 seasons duvets, materials such as down, 100% cotton, silk, microfibre are particularly suitable. However, in this section we will also give you other alternatives to the materials mentioned.
As already mentioned in the first section, you should pay attention to the individual sensation of warmth or cold when choosing a duvet.
After careful research, silk and / or lyocell are particularly suitable for people who perspire lightly to heavily. People who like it warmer should rather choose fabrics such as down or 100% cotton.
In addition to the materials mentioned, there are 4 seasons duvets in cashmere or camel fluff. These materials are high-quality filling materials in the higher price segment. We will list these shortly to show you only alternatives.
Cashmere consists of the most valuable and finest natural hair. This material is particularly suitable for people with high heat requirements. In contrast, camel fluff, which is also a high-quality filling material, is an all-rounder in duvet filling material. This material is suitable for people who sweat a lot as well as for those who need warmth.
Where are 4 seasons duvets available?
4 Seasons quilts are available in specialist shops as well as in various online shops. In the following we will give you some online shops where you can easily and quickly buy a 4 Seasons duvet.
What do 4 seasons duvets cost?
With 4 seasons duvets can be distinguished in different sizes and materials. Here a large price range can be differentiated. Depending on the filling material and sizes, different price ranges can be applied. The price range goes from 30,00 – 700,00€.
When choosing a 4 seasons duvet it is, as already mentioned above, a question of material. Materials like down, microfibre, silk or 100% cotton are in most cases cheaper than high quality filling materials like camel fluff or cashmere.
In the following we have listed a table for you. With this table you have the possibility to distinguish between the typical materials and the higher quality filling materials.
Decision: What types of 4 seasons duvets are available and which one is right for you?
With the choice of 4 seasons duvets there is a huge selection. In this section we will explain four filling material alternatives that are best suited to you.
- 100% cotton
What makes a down filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
Duvets have been filled with down for many years. Down is characterised by its light, heat-insulating and high filling power. In addition, this material counts as very elastic. Even when compressed strongly, down returns to its original form.
For the filling material of eiderdowns for 4 seasons duvets, down from water fowl, such as ducks or geese, are used. The feathers of geese and ducks have been used in duvets and clothing for centuries.
High thermal insulation
Low dead weight
Not suitable for allergy sufferers
Down material is usually not the best choice for a 4 season duvet due to its heat resistance. The situation is different if you pay attention to a good quality of down when buying.
In the following we will show you the advantages and disadvantages of a down 4 seasons duvet.
What makes a silk filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
Silk bed linen is not only very popular in summer, but also an absolute favourite in winter. Silk can be divided into wild silk and mulberry silk. We will introduce both types of silk as filling material in the following.
What is wild silk?
Wild silk is also known as tussah silk. It is an inexpensive alternative to other types of silk. This type of silk is characterized by its coarse, strong, dyed and irregular thread. Wild silk is easier to care for than other types of silk.
What is mulberry silk?
Unlike wild silk, mulberry silk consists of very fine and particularly long threads. This type of silk is particularly suitable for allergy sufferers due to its light and supple properties.
Suitable for allergy sufferers
Only washable at low temperature
Silk fades when stored incorrectly
What makes a microfibre filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
Microfibre is a synthetic fibre. It is characterized by synthetic fibres, which are produced from crude oil. With microfibre, a distinction is made between different qualities.
Microfibre is one of the materials that provides very good thermal insulation and therefore keeps you nice and warm. Here you can get a warm blanket for an advantageous fair price. Microfibre duvets are also very easy to clean in the washing machine.
Note: To remove mites, allergy sufferers can wash microfibre duvets in the washing machine once a week. Microfibre duvets dry quickly.
Due to its easy care, the microfibre duvet is particularly popular with allergy sufferers.
Keeps very warm
Not suitable for people who sweat
What makes a 100% cotton filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
Duvets with cotton filling material are characterized by their low thermal properties. They are therefore especially recommended for the warmer months of the year.
Furthermore, this type of duvet is easy to maintain. Here it is possible to wash the cotton duvet at 95 degrees in the washing machine, which is especially beneficial for allergy sufferers.
Pay attention to controlled organic cultivation
Purchase criteria: With these factors you can compare and rate 4 seasons duvets
In the following we will show you on the basis of which aspects you can decide between the multitude of possible 4 seasons duvets.
The criteria you can use to compare 4 seasons duvets include
- Suitability for allergy sufferers
- Machine washable / Suitable for tumble drying / Care instructions
In the following paragraphs we will explain what is important for the individual criteria.
With 4 seasons duvets you can distinguish in different filling materials. We have explained in more detail in the advice section which ones you can distinguish. Feel free to drop by to find out more.
In this section we will show you which choice of 4 seasons duvets you have. Here you can choose between down, silk, microfibre and cotton duvets.
Each material has its personal advantages and disadvantages. You can also read about these with us. Here I refer you to our decision section. There you will find interesting advantages and disadvantages of the respective materials.
Suitability for allergy sufferers
People who are allergic to mites are recommended to use hygienically washable bedding. The choice of filling material should therefore be for duvets that can be washed at over 60 degrees.
Regular washing, which lasts at least 40 minutes, ensures that mites are killed and washed out of the duvet.
As already described in the decision section, duvets with filling materials such as microfibre, cotton and silk are suitable for allergy sufferers. Although silk does not allow mites to pass through due to its tight processing, it is disadvantageous when it is washed. Because silk can only be washed at 30 degrees, this material is less suitable for allergy sufferers.
To learn more about filling materials for allergy sufferers, take a look at our decision section. There you will learn more.
Machine washable/suitable for tumble dryer/care instructions
As with the choice of filling material for duvets, care must also be taken to maintain appropriate duvets. In this section, we will briefly show you which materials are suitable for washing machines and dryers.
As already mentioned in the upper sections, all materials are basically suitable for washing machines. However, the degree of washing and the corresponding detergent must be taken into account.
These materials may be washed at 60 degrees in the washing machine. Cotton is washable up to 95 degrees. Silk, in turn, may only be washed in the washing machine at 30 degrees.
Tip: Throw three clean tennis balls into the dryer. These ensure that the feathers in the duvet do not clump together.
All the materials mentioned are suitable for drying except silk. Since silk is a sensitive material, it must not be exposed to heat. Here it is important to let silk air-dry. Whereas:
Down, microfibre and cotton should be dried at 30 degrees in a dryer.
4 seasons duvets have the great advantage that they can be used all year round. These are two separate duvets that can be buttoned together as required.
As with the normal duvets, there are duvets for 4 seasons, duvets in many different sizes. In the following section we have listed sizes in which 4 seasons duvets are available.
Trivia: Worth knowing facts about the 4 seasons duvet
How do I clean 4 seasons duvets?
4 Seasons duvets are available in different filling materials. Accordingly, you should pay attention to how which material is to be cared for. In the following we will give you care tips for quilts with down, silk, microfibre and cotton filling material.
How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with down filling material work?
With 4 seasons duvets with cotton filling material, make sure to shake them regularly and air them out so that clumped feathers are released. This guarantees you, the full heat insulation.
In most cases, it is possible to wash down duvets in the washing machine. However, please pay attention to the care label of the duvet.
Down duvets tend to store dust mites quickly. To counteract the smell of duvets, they must be washed at regular intervals. Down duvets should therefore ideally be washed every two years.
How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with silk filling material work?
Silk has a multitude of great properties. One of them is the self-cleaning function. During the production of silk bed linen the threads are woven so tightly that it is hardly possible for skin or dust particles to penetrate.
For the cleaning of silk duvets we offer you two alternatives. Firstly, it is basically sufficient to shake silk quilts well on a regular basis. This will help the structure to stay airy and dry again.
If your blanket is dirty, you can wash your silk blanket at 30 degrees. You should pay attention to the label of your duvet.
How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with microfibre filling material work?
Cleaning the duvet also includes regular shaking and airing. The moisture collected throughout the night should be thoroughly shaken up and removed.
Microfibre duvets are also suitable for the washing machine. For allergy sufferers it can even be washed once a week. Their advantageous properties guarantee that the duvet dries quickly.
How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with 100% cotton filling material work?
Cotton is one of the materials that stand out as a robust and natural fibre. Cotton has been the most commonly used material in the textile industry for thousands of years. This also includes duvets with cotton filling material.
The care of cotton duvet varies according to the weave of the cotton. In most cases cotton is washable up to 95 degrees. Please pay attention to the care label. Since cotton creases easily, you can iron it at a low temperature.
Which detergent should be used for washing?
Below is a list of the different 4 seasons duvets and the matching detergents.
Care instructions / dry in dryer
In the following we will give you a table with dryer instructions. However, we ask you to pay attention to your care label.
Table of Contents
- 1 The most important facts in brief
- 2 4 Seasons quilt test: Favourites of the editors
- 3 Advisor: Questions you should deal with before you buy 4 seasons duvet
- 4 Decision: What types of 4 seasons duvets are available and which one is right for you?
- 4.1 What makes a down filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
- 4.2 What makes a silk filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
- 4.3 What makes a microfibre filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
- 4.4 What makes a 100% cotton filled 4 seasons duvet and what are the advantages and disadvantages?
- 5 Purchase criteria: With these factors you can compare and rate 4 seasons duvets
- 6 Trivia: Worth knowing facts about the 4 seasons duvet
- 6.1 How do I clean 4 seasons duvets?
- 6.1.1 How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with down filling material work?
- 6.1.2 How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with silk filling material work?
- 6.1.3 How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with microfibre filling material work?
- 6.1.4 How does the cleaning of 4 seasons duvets with 100% cotton filling material work?
- 6.2 Which detergent should be used for washing?
- 6.3 Care instructions / dry in dryer
- 6.1 How do I clean 4 seasons duvets?