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Egyptian Cotton Sateen Solid 600 Thread Count Queen/ King-size Sheet Set
Offering incredible softness and a luxurious look, this 600-thread count Egyptian cotton sheet set features a silky smooth sateen finish. The set includes a fully elasticized fitted sheet, a flat sheet, and two matching pillowcases for a complete look.
ITEM#: 13748244Redefine everyday elegance with these incredibly soft sheets. This sheet set is woven from 100-percent Egyptian cotton with a smooth sateen finish for supreme comfort.
- Set includes: One flat sheet, one fitted sheet and two pillowcases
- Weave: Sateen
- Thread count: 600
- Sheet type: Solid
- Pattern: Solid
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 15 inches fits up to 18 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color options: White, platinum
- Materials: 100-percent Egyptian cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Fitted sheet: 60 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 90 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 78 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 102 inches x 108 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 40 inches
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|Materials||100-percent Egyptian Cotton|
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Sheets are well made, comfortable and fit well. Arrived faster than promised. Very pleased with quality and are a good value.Read More
washed well, will sleep on them tonight, made in china, one plyRead More
Feels like a higher thread count than 600. Have sheets with higher TC that feel more roughRead More
These sheets met my expectations of what 600 count sheets should be. They washed up nice too. They did wrinkle some but did not bunch up at the edges as some sheets can. Then again they are sheets, on a bed, under a comforter/spread so a few wrinkles are not a big deal. I would not iron them as some crazy people have indicated they have done.Read More
I am really enjoying these sheets. Soft but not too soft. Have only had for a couple of weeks and washed once, but so far they were worth every penny.Read More
OK, if you want to know what 600 thread count feels like - this is it. It is accurate. The color of both Platinum and White match perfectly and are nice colors. However...in unwrapping the white fitted sheet, I noticed that the elastic that holds the fitted sheet on is very very thin and narrow. It proceeded to BREAK as I just began putting it on the bed. Overstock is great about taken back a defective item and it was. I returned the white set. The nickel set I was so afraid would break...so I was extra careful putting it on so that it wouln't also break...you shouldn't have to be delicate and careful with sheets...they should stretch around easily. They fit...BUT the elastic is sub-par. I decided to try a different sheet set of higher quality and price on overstock. Also the sheets while 600 thread count felt thin to me. Like 1-ply vs 2-ply. I am a regular buyer of the HOTEL brand from macy's and the 600 thread count there. I used to buy those all the time, but the price is high and the quality seemed to go down a bit...compared to ones I bought a year or so before...which come out nicer in the wash/dry than the newer version. I am going to try 800 thread count on amazon and see how that goes. Again, these are great in feel - and color white is what but platinum matches the Nickel color at Macy's and I love the color - IF the elastic was thicker AND if the sheets were just a bit thicker these would be spectacular :) KRead More
not nearly as soft as advertised even after a couple of washings.Read More
good quality sheet set for the money! would definately recnmmend to a friend.Read More
Questions & Answers
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