Pinzon Hypoallergenic Down Alternative Comforter - Medium Warmth, Full/Queen
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- 100% cotton shell and 100% polyester fill
- Made in the USA and Imported
- Hypoallergenic down alternative comforter gives medium warmth for year-round comfort
- Cotton dobby shell with 50 ounces of hypoallergenic polyester filling
- End-to-end, sewn-through box construction; Comparable to 550 fill power
- Machine washable and dryable
- Full/Queen-size comforter measures 90 x 96 inches
- Made in OEKO-TEX Standard 100 factory, an independent certification system that ensures textiles meet high safety and environmental standards.
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Pinzon Hypoallergenic Down Alternative Comforter - Medium Warmth
100% Down Alternative
Though overall it feels lightweight and supple, a down-alternative fill provides instant warmth for year-round comfort, insulating in the winter without being too hot or heavy in the summer. Similar to down, it offers breathability, quickly releasing body heat and moisture vapor to the surface to ensure a more comfortable night’s sleep.
Down alternative can also be a more affordable option than down, and it works well for anyone seeking animal-free bedding options. With a down-alternative fill, enjoy the plush feeling of down without all the feathers.
50 Ounces of Fill: Year-Round Comfort
With 50 ounces of fill for this king-size comforter, this comforter offers medium warmth and ample thickness.
At medium warmth, this comforter makes it possible to accommodate a variety of personal preferences and reducing the need to switch out the bedding by season.
You can rest assured that this product is hypoallergenic. This comforter has passed the industry’s most rigid sanitization methods to eliminate any impurities like dust, dirt, oil and dander.
End-to-End Sewn-Through Stitching
End-to-end sewn-through box stitching keeps fill evenly distributed in pillow-like boxes. The top and bottom cover are stitched directly together, creating a puffier, more sculpted appearance from the edges of each square being pulled down by the stitches.
This technique functions just as well as baffle box stitching to lock fill into place, but since there aren’t any baffles, sewn-through box stitching is typically less expensive.
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Top customer reviews
As I was looking, I realized that the cheaper PrimaLoft would cost me around $150-$200, and it goes up as high as $500. And the thread count for the lower range is usually around 200-330. This comforter has very high thread count of 400 and very high fill power of 550, which will normally cost over $250. And it is made in USA (although the shell material is imported from China). But I never heard of the brand name Pinzon so I was curious why it's so cheap. I did some research and was surprised to find out that "Pinzon" is actually a brand created by Amazon.com.
I was skeptical about the brand and did some research about the manufacturing. What I discovered was a big surprise - this comforter is manufactured by DownLite. I went to DownLite's website and discovered that DownLite actually manufacture the majority of PrimaLoft bed products, including brands such as the Company Store, Eddie Bauer, Bloomingdales, Macy's, and for major hotels. I also went to PrimaLoft's website, and realized 80%-90% of the brands they list there are manufactured by DownLite. So my conclustion was I'm pretty much getting similar product, the only difference is different brands stick on the comforter and quality requirement by the brands.
After all these good surprises, I ordered the comforter. When I received it, it seemed thin just like many reviewers described. I wasn't sure if it would be warm enough for New York winter. Initially I tried it on without duvet cover and I could feel breeze coming through. It was warm but not warm enough. So I decided to try it on with the duvet cover - it made a world's difference! With the duvet cover, this comforter became very warm ( I guess the cover insulated the breeze). I was very satisfied.
I used the comforter for a week now. I haven't washed it or used it long enough to know how it will stand over time, but so far I'm very happy with this purchase. I hope this review with all the background will help you making your decisions.
The man made fill material is in my view comparable to down in resisting heat transfer. This means the medium weight blanket can be used with only a sheet to maintain a very comfortable personal environment. The light weight is a real boon to my sleep since I don't feel trapped under an oppressively heavy blanket.
Although I can't attest to the longevity of this blanket at this time, the construction quality appears to be good, with tight seams between the cells, and no apparent problems with the sewn edges around the perimeter. I look forward to many years of service from this surprisingly affordable blanket.
The worst thing about the king size blanket is that the animals LOVE it too. I can't keep them off and when they try to sleep on top of it at night then I'm pinned down and can't move. I guess this sounds ridiculous but I broke down and bought them their own twin size Primaloft and Pinzon cover -- now we are all happy!