Best Wool Comforters in 2018 – Top 5 Reviews

Best Wool Comforters in 2018 – Top 5 Reviews

If you happen to be a homeowner with a penchant for purchasing the finest quality of linen for your home, then investing in wool comforters is the way to go, especially for the bedroom. Particularly if you happen to live in a cold environment or where the winter season tends to freeze over, then having a thick material to rely on warming you up is important, not only for comfort, but also for your health.

That said, we are here to help you choose the best wool comforters to make your home comfortable and warm for those winter months. We will highlight the top choices and also offer our personal opinions on each of them. That way, you will be able to make a good decision when the time comes to purchase one of your own.

Without further ado, let’s get started!

Best Wool Comforters 2018 – Our Top Picks

PHOTOS NAME RATING
1. OrganicTextiles Naturalé Premium Extra Weight 100% Australian Wool Comforter 4.8
2. Premium 100% Austrialia Wool Extra Weight Comforter Duvet Insert 4.7
3. 100% Natural Australian Wool Hypoallergenic Cotton Box Stiched Duvet Insert/Comforter 4.5

1. OrganicTextiles Naturalé Premium Extra Weight 100% Australian Wool Comforter

Offering a premium weight of 13 ounces per square yard fillings, OrganicTextiles Naturalé wool comforter provides the heft that is sure to keep you warm and toasty all winter long. It contains high thread count, which makes it silky and free from lumps, along with an easily-washable surface for convenience should the wool comforter ever get dirty.

Even further, it is free from smells and toxins, so as to keep the wool comforter in the best shape possible. More importantly, the fact that it does not contain toxins ensures that it will not be a fire hazard, as it will not be prone to catching flames. It also helps against static, which makes it smooth and more comfortable to sleep in.

Pros:

  • Hefty at 13 ounces per square yard for ultimate warmth.
  • Easy-to-wash surface.
  • Smell and toxin-free to prevent fires and static.

Cons:

  • Can only be dry cleaned.
  • Might act more as a bed cover than comforter for some beds.

Opinion: Upon receiving OrganicTextiles Naturalé wool comforter, I was surprised at how hefty, yet lightweight it was. I enjoyed the volume of the cover, and it was able to keep me very warm during the harshest of weather. The fabric is smooth and silky, and it has no smell. I wish that it did not have to be dry clean only, though, as I would love to dry it quicker and sleep it in as soon as it is finished washing.

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3. Premium 100% Austrialia Wool Extra Weight Comforter Duvet Insert

Made from 100% Australian wool, KingLinen’s Premium wool comforter is the authentic, high quality bed covering that you need to ensure a good night’s sleep in the middle of winter. At 90 by 92 inches, it is ideal to cover a large amount of space, especially on a queen-sized bed, without any problem.

Moreover, it is light, durable, and resistant to anything that comes its way, thereby ensuring its longevity and a worthwhile investment in the long run. Its compartmentalized design, i.e. fillings contained in each stitch, offers an organized and even layer to the entire wool comforter, so as to not get bunched up in one place for uneven distribution. Overall, its 300-threads count and 100% lacquered cover is sure to provide an aesthetically-pleasing, but also practical material to make certain that you will enjoy for a very long time.

Pros:

  • 100% Australian wool for authenticity and high quality.
  • Large at 90 by 92 inches for full and extra coverage.
  • Is durable and resistant for long usage.
  • Has a compartmentalized design for even distribution.

Cons:

  • Might smell a bit due to added chemicals.
  • Its “extra heavyweight” mark might not be warm enough.

Opinion: Overall, I found KingLinen’s premium wool comforter to be a very enjoyable experience. What especially made me fall in love with it was how large (90×92’’) it was, as well as its even wool distribution throughout, unlike other bunched-up comparisons. I have been using this wool comforter for close to a year, and so far, it has been holding its shape extremely well. My only complaint would be its initial “chemical” smell upon receiving it but, after airing it out, the smell was gone.

3. 100% Natural Australian Wool Hypoallergenic Cotton Box Stiched Duvet Insert/Comforter

Sitting at 5.5 pounds, QBedding’s wool comforter is made from 100% Australian wool, which is guaranteed to keep you warm and cozy under the covers throughout the winter nights. It has been praised for its high thermal performance, so there is no doubt that it is the ultimate comfort warmer for cold weather.

Even more so, it prides itself in high quality, as it contains a 500-thread count to demonstrate its quilting mastery. QBedding’s wool comforter is ideal for putting on twin-sized beds (66 by 88 inches, or 168 by 218 centimeters). Smooth and thick, this wool comforter is easy on the skin, all the while allergen-free, so it is sure to give you the best sleep that you have had in a long time.

Pros:

  • Thick and heavy at 5.5 pounds for warmth and comfort.
  • High quality at 500-thread count.
  • Ideal for twin-sized beds.
  • Is skin-smooth and allergen-free.

Cons:

  • Stitching might come loose and come off.
  • Might be hard to fluff up after volume decreases.
  • Can come with a strong smell.

Opinion: When I first purchased and received QBedding’s Australian wool comforter, I was taken away by how smooth and silky it was. Considering that I am prone to allergies, I appreciate how this wool comforter does a good job of keeping dust, pollen, and other irritants out from the bed. I also love how warm it is, especially when winters here are very cold. I was also very impressed by its high-quality, 500-thread count, which goes to show just how good the material is to last a long time. However, I would have to say that it tends to decrease volume quickly, which makes it hard to fluff up every single time. Otherwise, I would say that QBedding’s wool comforter is worth the price.

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