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Fri Oct 30 00:00:00 MDT 2015migyong Rating:4.0
The pillow is pretty much like many feather pillows you would expect. But it is shorter than the conventional body pillow. So just keep that in mind.
Tue Apr 28 00:00:00 MDT 2015Diane B. Rating:5.0
I bought this feather bed in early March, 2015, so I've been using it two almost two months now. I bought it because my mattress is 12 years old and I can't afford to replace it right now. But when I put the feather bed on it, I couldn't believe how comfortable it was. I like a firm mattress so I'm surprised that a feather bed is actually quite supportive but still prevents stress on any part of my body. I have arthritis in both hips which causes a lot of pain at night. With the feather bed, the pain is pretty much gone. I'm actually able to sleep without being woken up by pain. So I highly recommend this feather bed. I just shake it a few times in the morning and it keeps it's loft.
Tue Feb 09 00:00:00 MST 2016Dana P. Rating:5.0
600 fill power and real white goose down make for a very great down comforter it keeps u warm in the winter and cool in the summer to regulate your body temp in warm weather all u have to do is stick one foot out of the comforter for about a minute and your body temp adjusts and cools down that's what I love about the Eddie Bauer 600 fill power white goose down comforters
Fri Feb 12 00:00:00 MST 2016AnOceanSpirit Rating:5.0
I started looking at feather beds for a slightly unusual reason--two years ago, I decided it was time to replace my very old, traditional spring mattress with a brand name memory foam one. With a mattress pad it was soft enough... But it seemed to be smaller than the traditional full sized mattress dimensions. The top of the mattress fit oddly against my headboard so that my pillows constantly sank down between the mattress and headboard. To add to the annoyance, my standard fitted sheet wouldn't remain taught--it wrinkled and crumbled within two days of being washed. I needed something to add bulk to my mattress. I've used memory foam toppers before, but found that they retained body heat and, probably due to lack of support, made me sore. I stumbled on feather beds as I was looking for a down comforter, and decided to give it a shot. I looked and researched for several weeks before deciding on this one. I was attracted mostly to the fact that the top layer is down, and secondly by the extra height it would give my mattress. I ordered a queen for my full bed--in the past, I have found that many toppers run small and that sizing up is necessary to ensure adequate coverage. In this instance, I think a full size would have fit very well. I kept the queen though, and put a traditional queen size mattress pad/cover over it for protection. I was basically able to turn a full size bed into a queen size, which was awesome! And my standard full size sheets were nice and tight. I've had it on my bed for about two weeks, and absolutely love it. I personally do find that it is like sleeping on a cloud. It's very soft. If it were any softer, I think it would hurt my back. As it is, it's perfect. I'm lazy, so I only fluff it once or twice a week when I change the sheets. The down and feathers pack down a little (as all feather/down products do), but even without fluffing it's soft, cozy, and super comfy. I haven't had one feather poke through either.
Thu May 19 00:00:00 MDT 2016Richard M. Rating:4.0
Ordered with a bit of apprehension but once installed and used, very satisfied. Down tends to build up in spaces between bodies but a quick flip and fluff and all is well for the next nights rest.
Mon Feb 01 00:00:00 MST 2016Jo Ann H. Rating:5.0
Made my bed so comfortable. No more hot flashes at night, because my body temp is kept even with the down. Love this
Sun Dec 06 00:00:00 MST 2015toniwhit Rating:3.0
Light weight but maintains a comfortable body temperature even when the outside temperature is in the high teens. The down does not seem evenly distributed between all the baffles, especially at the top.
Tue Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2015hlittler Rating:3.0
This seems well made but pretty thin even after a lot of fluffing. Doesn't have that "down warmth" at the foot of the bed. Others have retained the body warmth for some time and this one doesn't. Miss that...
Mon Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 2016Kate S. Rating:5.0
It is was a bit like dragging a body around to get it into the sleeve it comes with and then on to the bed... That being said I wouldn't change a thing best sleep ever?!
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