The Seasons Collection® Light Warmth Down Comforter, 100% Cotton, 400 Thread Count
This lavish white goose down comforter is perfect for warmer climates and keeping you comfortable through all the seasons. Its baffle box construction will allow its down to loft to its maximum potential. Twin measures 68" W x 88" L and contains 22 ounces. Full/Queen measures 90" W x 98" L and contains 28 ounces. King measures 108" W x 98" L and contains 33 ounces. 550 fill power. 400 thread count. 100% cotton. Dry clean. Imported.
The Seasons Collection® Light Warmth Down Comforter, 100% Cotton, 400 Thread Count 10 10
Truethful? I bought this item because I live in a warm climate now and am used to sleeping with a down comforter due to many years living in northern Europe, where it is the norm to sleep with down. I bought this one due to its light fill and that the packaging stated that the comforter was "made in the USA". I want to support American workers. But, upon opening the item at home, I read the tag on the comforter itself and discovered that while it is distributed by a company in Seattle, the item is made in China. This is a perfect example of false advertising. September 22, 2012
Light Warmth still Very Warm! I have had my comforter for about four months now and it is just so wonderful! I was born and raised in Hawaii, but recently moved to Oregon. Winter is tough for me so I originally considered purchasing the year-round warmth down comforter, but the salesperson who owned a light warmth told me it was still very warm. She was right! March 28, 2012
not keen on the baffle construction I originally tried the Seasons year-round warmth. Overall, it had a better construction and held its loft better, but it was far too warm for me. I exchanged it for the Light Warmth, and have had it now for 4 or 5 months. When all the fill is distributed evenly, it provides great temperature regulation without feeling too weighty on your body. It also retains the down well; anytime I take it out of the duvet to shake it out, there's little to know down feathers floating around. This one COULD be the perfect weight, when combined with a duvet cover, for LA winter. Problem is, the baffles have little channels for the fill to travel horizontally. Why? I don't know. After one or two nights, all the fill ends up in the sides of the comforter that are hanging over the edge of the bed. So every couple of days, you have to shake and bang it all back to being spread evenly across the middle, or be cold. Pretty annoying February 7, 2012
Completely Flat After 6 Weeks I have used this comforter for 6 weeks. Initially it was fluffy and exactly what I wanted. Now after 6 weeks it is completely flat which offers no warmth. I have tried shaking it and putting it in the dryer to fluff with tennis balls, no luck. I would take it to the be washed and fluffed but I can't afford to do that that every month nor is it good for the down. January 29, 2012
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