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Circle of Down Extra Support 300 Thread Count Pillows (Set of 2)
You will enjoy a good night of sleep with this luxurious white down pillow. The Circle of Down pillow has a an inner core of feathers surrounded an outer layer of feathers wrapped by a 300-count cover designed to support your head and neck.
ITEM#: 14364159Unique pillow-in-a-pillow design creates ultimate support and comfort for your head and neck. Features an inner core of feathers that provide spring-like support, luxuriously wrapped in the soft and adjustable comfort of all natural down. Provides higher level of support over standard, all down pillows. Finished in a 2-inch side gusset to provide consistent support to the very edge. Hypoallergenic.
- Set includes: Two (2) pillows
- Pillow type: Down
- Fabric construction: 100-percent cotton
- Unique pillow-in-a-Pillow inner core design
- Type of down: Natural down
- Feather core
- Freshness assured down, meticulously cleaned to ensure it's clean and free of dust residue and other impurities.
- Construction: 2-inch gusseted edges
- Thread count: 300
- Fill power: 550
- Type of sleeper: Medium pillow is great for those who sleep in any position
- Provides adjustable, conforming support
- Care instructions: Machine wash
- Outer design: Plain weave
- Color options: White
- Standard: 20 inches x 26 inches with 32 ounces of fill
- Queen: 20 inches x 30 inches with 38 ounces of fill
- King: 20 inches x 36 inches with 47 ounces of fill
Down and feather-filled products are packed tightly during shipping. Upon receipt, remove them from their packaging, fluff gently, and allow several hours to recover their full loft. In addition, being sealed in plastic packaging sometimes causes the scent of these natural products to concentrate to a disagreeable level. A few hours of airing usually removes the odor.
We recommend that this pillow is fluffed at least once a week to maintain down distribution.
|Fill Type||Down Feather|
|Materials||Down, Feather, Cotton|
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Nice feel and weight. Pillows are not too firm, and so far have held up wellRead More
I thought these would be a good replacement for my old down pillows, but they are too soft and have very little structure. I would need 3 in one pillow case to be ok. The pillows do not retain any shape, per the channels sewn in. They are not in the rotation of sleeping pillows, and relegated to decorative shamsRead More
My husband is so fussy when it comes to his pillow!! I have purchased numerous pillows, and none of them were to his liking, until we got these!!! Finally I got him a pillow that was comfy to him and to me as well!!Read More
Best pillows I have ever owned. Very high quality. No smell whatsoever. Definitely a good purchase.Read More
We watned nice thick feather pillows, and these are not the ones! They are pretty flat and need to get fluffed everynight, or we just bunch them up so its thicker. They are nice in general because they are feather pillows, but it does not have the thickness that we were looking for. For the price, it is not worth the money. I bought them because the other reviews seemed pretty good for the pillows, but we were very disappointed, buy different pillows, or more expensive ones that will be worth the money. I thought for the price I should be gettting what we were looking for, but that was not the case!Read More
The pillows came in very quickly and in great shape. My wife and I each took one of the pillows, and last night was the first night sleeping on them. We both awoke very satisfied with the pillows, and are ordering two more today so we each have two of these wonderful pillows. We would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a high quality, comfortable pillow.Read More
Best pillows I have ever had in my 50+ years on this earth....well, there was that one mashed up down pillow, from my childhood that will always be my favorite (may it r.i.p.). I actually bought these for my teenage son, but have another set in my cart waiting to be purchased. They are mid-size, soft....but not so soft you find your head lost in them. Works GREAT for both back or side sleeper. They have a little weight to them and maintain their shape beautifully. Hard to describe pillows... everyone has their own preferences, but if you like yours plump, but not fluffy, medium soft and luxurious...these be them!! Also....I always believed one had to spend a lot of money on pillows for a great night's sleep. Now I know it isn't necessarily so. At under $$$. these are a steal.Read More
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Yes, these pillows are manufactured in the USA.
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