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Top 3 Fluffy Down Comforters

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Fluffy Down Comforters

1. LUXURIOUS Egyptian Bedding Siberian Goose Down Comforter

Weighing only 5 pounds, this particular down comforter from Egyptian Bedding is light and soft, thereby making you make as if you are sleeping on clouds.

Additionally, it is made from 1200 threads, of which its stitches are well-made and durable, so there are few leakages in the fabric. In other words, you do not need to worry about feathers coming out from the comforter, nor needing to clean up the mess!

For the price, Egyptian bedding definitely feels luxurious and warm; especially if you live in an area that is perpetually 60 degrees or lower all-year round, you can be assured that this down comforter will keep you nice and toasty throughout the night.

We bought this down comforter just when the season was just about turning cold. We were impressed with just how lightweight it was, despite its sheer size and fill power (the latter at 750 thereby making it super thick and fluffy, which is just the way we like it). It had no problem keeping us warm when it was 55 degrees in the house.

Our concern is that the fabric covering the feathers is quite loud, especially when we toss back and forth in our bed. It is noisy, as if it were plastic instead of fabric material. While it is not a huge deal, we do find it a bit disconcerting at times when we want to go to sleep.

Pros:

  • Lightweight at only five pounds.
  • Made from 1200 threads with durable stitching.

Cons:

  • Fabric material is loud when moved around which might not be very comfortable.
  • Still has a tendency for feathers to leak out of the fabric.

3. Puredown White Goose Down Comforter

With a dimension of 90-by-90 inches and a 600 fill power, Puredown’s down comforter is well-lofted and big enough to cover you up for comfort while sleeping at night.

In addition, it is made from white goose feathers, which are luxuriously soft and offers just the right amount of warmth that can be used all-year round. Not too hot and not too soft; that is how it should be!

This down comforter also has a 500 thread count with baffle box construction. Even more so, it has four corner tabs to anchor your duvet to it, a good asset to have considering that other down comforters do not come with this option.

We bought Puredown’s down comforter and we must say that it is quite nice. Soft and spacious, this product gave us the perfect sort of warmth that we needed in all seasons, from the hot summers to the cold winters. The corner tabs to hook the duvet onto was a plus, too.

On the other hand, the down comforter isn’t actually made from 100% down, but rather more precisely 75% and above. Some people might be disappointed with this, as well as the fact that it is rather thin, as the fill power is not all the way up to its potential when taken out of the box.

Pros:

  • Provides medium-warmth that can be used all-year round.
  • Has four corner tabs to hook your duvet on.

Cons:

  • Product information (e.g. down quality, fill power) might not be accurate.

4. Pacific Coast European Down Comforter

Pacific Coast’s down comforter has a 420 thread count, along with a baffle box design that is sure to help prevent your down fill from slipping all over the place. By having pockets in which down feathers can be stuffed, it takes away the problem of uneven weight distribution. As a result, this product will keep your body equally covered from head to toe during cold nights in bed.

This down comforter also has excellent fill power which contributes to its good loft, or “fluffiness.” Even better, it is also light in weight at no more than 6 pounds, which makes it manageable to transfer between beds or for cleaning.

Size-wise, it is quite large and is able to easily cover a full queen-sized bed. That way, you will not need to worry about your neighbor hogging up the blankets in the middle of the night anymore!

We purchased Pacific Coast’s down comforter, and liked how it has a baffle box construction to keep the down fill from moving around within the fabric. It was very light and easy to take out and place onto our bed. Its puffy, but warm features get a solid A, in our opinion!

However, we admit that it is a big too thick and at times we would get too hot in the comforter at night; we would have to use half of it just to feel the right temperature! In addition, the down fill still slips a bit despite the baffle box and we have had to smooth it out several times to make it even again.

Pros:

  • Baffle box construction for steady coverage throughout the comforter.
  • Excellent fill power for good loft.
  • Covers a full-sized queen bed.

Cons:

  • Down fill still slips even under the baffle box.
  • Gets too warm sometimes.

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