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Blue Ridge Home Fashions Sanders Comforter - Full-Queen, 700 Fill Power Down
Closeouts. Luxurious, year-round warmth is a key benefit for any comforter, but this Blue Ridge Home Fashions Sanders Full-Queen comforter does it right with 700 fill power down and sumptuously soft, 900 thread count cotton.
- 1" gusseted edges piped with gold-tone threads
- Baffle box construction keeps the down from shifting
- Size: Full-Queen
- Dimensions: 90x92"
- Box size: 15x14"
- Fabric: Cotton
- Thread count: 900
- Fill: At least 75% white goose down, remainder feathers
- Fill power: 700
- Fill weight: 40 oz.
- Care: Dry clean
- Made in USA, fabric China
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Average Rating based on 5 reviews 4.400000 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Erock from Boston, MA on Thursday, February 7, 2013I've been using this comforter for about 2 weeks now and so far it's great. The 900 thread count makes for a very soft feel to the fabric, and the 700 fill down makes it very warm. I was a little skeptical when it arrived, thinking that it would be far too light (i.e., not warm enough) because it's very lightweight. But it turns out that's the best part. I hate the feel of heavy blankets / comforters on me when I sleep, and this thing keeps me super warm while feeling like there isn't even a blanket on me at all. I keep the house at 58 degrees at night, and this seems to be perfect for keeping me warm without the use of any other blankets. It's great for winter, and I'm assuming it'll work for Fall and Spring, too. With an STP coupon I was able to buy this for about 25% of the $1,250 retail price, which makes it only that much sweeter. If you're looking for a high quality, warm comforter be sure to get one of these if it's still available.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kat from Oakland. on Monday, January 28, 2013This comforter looks and feels beautiful! However after repeated attempts to get this comforter to achieve a loft (I purchased a comforter that was made in Germany from stp a while back and it is hands down one of my most prized possessions; lots of loft). I am returning this comforter today. Please note that it feels and looks beautiful. Very high quality fabric.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Linda from McMurray, PA on Sunday, January 27, 2013Expensive, but well worth the cost. It's hard to find commforters that are so fully stuffed.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by justpaul from University Park, MD on Friday, December 21, 2012It's a beautiful comforter. 900 thread count really handles well. It should be a long time before any of these seams loosen up. The boxed construction keeps the down in place. Couldn't be happier.
Reviewed by Smart Shopper from Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday, October 9, 2012Great Comforter ,Well Worth The Price
- Best Uses: Spring/Fall, Winter
- Cons: Dry Clean Only
- Describe Yourself: High-end Shopper
- Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Soft, Warm