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Natural Comfort White Down Alternative Comforter with Embossed Microfiber Shell, Light Weight Filled, King
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- 100% Polyester
- 100-percent new polyester material filled
- 100-percent microfiber embossed covering
- Very soft easy care
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Snuggle yourself in this light weighted microfiber down alternative comforter. Micro-Fiber cover features an extremely soft touch and outstanding durability. Box stitch construction keeps fill evenly distributed. It is machine washable, easy care and looks great on any bed. Filled weight: King size 34-ounce, Queen 29-ounce,Full X-Large 26-ounce, Twin 20-ounce. This 3D Poly filled product is packed tightly during shipping. Upon receipt, remove them from their packaging, fluff gently and allow several hours to recover their full loft.
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Right out of the package, the look and feel exceeded anything I expected. The outer shell of polyester microfiber had an attractive and muted white-on-white embossed pattern and a soft feel. The stitching appeared perfect and of high quality, though you're not going to get a fancy piped border at this price point. Surprisingly, it does have tie straps for duvet covers that include ties to hold the comforter in place. Additionally, the down alternative fill was well-distributed throughout the sewn-through squares, lofted nicely after it had been out of the packing bag for a few hours, and seemed an appropriate amount for a lightweight comforter.
Since most new fabrics are treated with some sort of finish that I always find objectionable, the first thing I did was wash and dry this comforter, and it came out perfectly. This bodes well for future launderings. And then it went into my duvet cover.
I tend to sleep a little on the "warm" side, and I have a memory foam mattress which doesn't help. So I was concerned that this comforter might not be light enough for summer use here in NYC, but it's a perfect weight--exactly what I was hoping to find. I know other reviews say this comforter is too hot--but since husbands and wives routinely battle it out in "the temperature wars," why expect agreement here on Amazon?
SO... what are you giving up compared to pricier comforters?
First, as nice as this one looks and feels, my daughter's basic Primaloft comforter from Company Store looks and feels even nicer. But is it four times nicer, which was the difference in price? Not even close. Plus, the look and feel matters a whole lot less if you're using this in a duvet cover.
Second, this comforter is not true to the size stated: it was two inches shorter in width, and three inches shorter in length. In a duvet cover, you want a comforter that's the same size or slightly larger, so it doesn't shift around. So this ended up being smaller than I expected, and it does shift a bit... but I'll live with it at this price point. However, I deducted one star for it not being true to the stated measurements.
Finally, while I might have listed long-term durability as a question mark for such an inexpensive comforter, some reviews (via follow-up postings) state that this isn't an issue, and I tend to believe that's true.
To sum up: sure, you can find nicer comforters at MUCH higher prices, but the price to quality ratio of this one is off-the-charts, and a "buy" recommendation doesn't get much easier than this.
Thank you for taking the time to read my review and I hope you find it helpful in making a buying decision. I do try to answer questions posted in the comments section of my reviews.
Update: Nov. 2012, We've had our comforter for quite a while now, and we still love it. It's been washed tons of times and we haven't had any problems. It's like new. I like the loop things for our duvet cover that are in the corners. We mainly are too lazy to put it in the duvet cover though. One thing I want to add is that we got the king for our queen bed because I like it to hang over the sides. Plus, no playing tug-of-war with the covers at night. I highly recommend this comforter!
Another update: April 2013, We still love this comforter. It's been washed a gazillion times and it still is perfect.
Here I am again with another update April 2014: I'm here to buy a twin size comforter. The other ones we have are still in perfect shape after being washed a ton. I've been meaning to write that in 2012 we bought the Madison Park Quebec Coverlet Mini Set to put on top of this comforter in the winter. It also washes well and looks like a luxury set that costs a lot more. Quebec Coverlet Set Size: King
The photo is of the comforter inside our duvet cover, to give you an idea of how fluffy it will look on the bed. It's obviously less fluffy than the warm, high-loft comforters, but it still looks nice.
If you're looking for something really thick and warm, I wouldn't recommend this - but if you do want something more lightweight and cozy, this is ideal for the price range. Definitely worth it!