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Baffle Box Featherbed and Cover Set
This supportive featherbed will revive your mattress, allowing you to sleep more comfortably. With a true baffle box design and a 2-inch gusset, this featherbed is designed to provide you extra cushioning.
ITEM#: 13011964This supportive featherbed will revive your mattress, allowing you to sleep more comfortably. With a true baffle box design and a 2-inch gusset, this featherbed is designed to provide you extra cushioning.
- Type: Featherbed
- Set includes: Featherbed and cover
- Cover: Prolongs the life of your featherbed and keeps it fresh and clean
- Shell material: 100-percent cotton
- Thread count: 230
- Featherbed is a natural support system that provides full body support night after night
- Cradles your body and provides relief from pressure points
- Filled with natural feathers for comfortable, resilient support
- Care instructions: Dry clean
- Fabric is woven tightly to prevent feathers from sneaking out
- Fluff weekly to redistribute the feathers
- Twin: 39 inches wide x 75 inches long with 160 ounces of feathers
- Full: 54 inches wide x 75 inches long with 240 ounces of feathers
- Queen: 60 inches wide x 80 inches long with 272 ounces of feathers
- King: 76 inches wide x 80 inches long with 320 ounces of feathers
- California king: 72 inches wide x 84 inches long with 320 ounces of feathers
Down and feather-filled products are packaged tightly during shipping. Upon receipt, remove this item from its packaging, fluff gently, and allow several hours for full loft recovery. In addition, products sealed in plastic packaging sometimes have a disagreeable scent because of concentrated natural fibers. A few hours of airing typically removes the odor.
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|Model Number||57615, 25, 35, 45, 55|
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Love it. Feels like you are sinking into a cloud. Going to be nice Christmas presents for my family.Read More
I found this feather bed fit my bed just fine. i had read the reviews and almost bought the bigger, so glad I did not.Read More
Featherbed is very heavy. There is no softness at all. It feels like a ton of bricks.Read More
what you described is what i received...i never have a prob with your merchandise...and the one time i ordered wrong size, it was quickly exchanged with no questions asked...i recommend overstock to EVERYONERead More
Just after one night, the feathers are already coming out. More importantly, you can feel the hard parts of cut quill when you lay on it. I am upgrading to more expensive (and hopefully softer) product.Read More
This featherbed is very well made. I use it under a mattress pad to keep it in place and put sheets over the mattress pad. I only fluff and air out the featherbed during sheet changing time. Otherwise I just pat it into place when making the bed. No shifting that would make you uncomfortable. No feathers poking out. It's like sleeping on a cloud. My husband was doubtful about the benefits but now wakes up pain-free and rested. I like the cover as an additional layer of protection to keep the featherbed clean. I am very happy with the price and quality and highly recommend this featherbed.Read More
I was very pleased with this product. I had purchased, and returned to the store, a more expensive one that was horrible. The featherbed arrived within the estimated time frame. Contrary to some of the other reviews, it did not have an odor at all. The included cover is a nice add-on and saved me even more money by not having to buy one. All in all, this is an excellent value.Read More
I bought this featherbed as some added cushion on a firm mattress. It does the trick. It is soft, the feathers stay put due to the box style stitching and I don't find that I need to fluff it often.Read More
Very plush with just the right amount of support. Fairly firm so if you like a medium firmness, this is it. The feathers pretty much stay in place and do not shift a lot. You do need to fluff it every few weeks - but that can't be avoided. The goose smell did dissipate after a few weeks, but it is quite strong at the beginning. Great quality and comes with a cover!Read More
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