Why it said 500 tc on title and 100 tc Egyptian cotton in the details.
Famous Maker 500 thread Count Egyptian Cotton Triple Chamber Pillow with Protective Cover (Set of 2)
Treat yourself to a restful sleep with these luxurious down pillows. These pillows are covered with Egyptian cotton and crafted from a unique hypoallergenic blend of feathers and down to provide you just the right amount of support as you sleep.
ITEM#: 13982531This pillow combines the luxury of 600 Fill Power down and a 500 thread count removable zip cover. This pillow features a resilient, supportive blend of 85-percent feathers and 15-percent down held in place by an innovative, triple-chamber core that is surrounded with 600 fill power fluffy, adjustable down for luxurious comfort and support that won't shift away from your head during the night.
- Pillow type: Other
- Set includes: 2 pillows and 2 pillow Protectors
- Fabric construction: 100 Egyptian cotton
- Type of down: Hypoallergenic down and feathers
- Construction: Corded edges
- Thread count: 300
- Fill power: 600
- Type of sleeper: Medium pillow is great for those who sleep in any position
- Care instructions: Machine wash and dry
- Color options: White
- Standard: 20 inches x 26 inches with 29 ounces of fill
- Queen: 20 inches x 30 inches with 35 ounces of fill
- King: 20 inches x 36 inches with 44 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. 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.
|Pillow Material||Cotton Egyptian Cotton|
|Fill Type||Down Feather|
|Product Features||Hypoallergenic Made in USA|
|Materials||Down, Feather, Cotton|
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Pillows are not comfortable. Too stiff. Neck hurts in the morning when I awaken.Read More
very good set of pillows, soft and firm enough, holding shape very well, we are very pleased with this addition to the bedRead More
I bought two and have only used one so far. Nice pillows, soft but not lump. Not too hot, just right. I dislike foam pillows and this feather/down pillow is comfortable.Read More
When I first bought these a few months ago, I was thrilled with the quality and firmness. But in about 90 days, they've just kind of lost their loft and are just soft and floppy now. Sure, I can puff them up and they look pretty, but the minute I put my head down it starts going flat. I blame myself, I believed the hype on these and while they're not bad pillows, they just aren't wildly different from any other down pillow. I'd recommend these only to those not looking for a firmer/more supportive pillow.Read More
These pillows are a steal at this price. I was looking to replace some of my old Eddie Bauer down pillows that I've had for years, but I was unhappy at their high prices and limited choices. I looked around and found these. I am a serious pillow person. I have 6 to 8 on my bed, and I read in bed most nights. I also take a pillow while travelling because a bad hotel pillow can ruin my sleep. This is a GOOD pillow: Medium firm, with a good loft, yet your head can sink in. When they arrived I was a bit worried because there were down bits around the outside when I took the covers off the wash, but I haven't had any problems with the down or feathers leaking. The covers are a nice bonus, and they make slipping these into pillowcases a breeze. I'm ordering a few more sets. Highly recommend these.Read More
These pillows do not seperate out or lump up like other feather/down type pillows I've used. I like it for this reason and my husband doesn't for the same reason. I thought "Well if he won't use them, I will". He tried one night only... I don't usually like feather/down pillows but I love these. They are high quality and the covers that come with them are high end! I( have slept better than I have, no stiff neck no tossing and turning. I would recommed these pillows.Read More
I have found these Famous Maker 500 thread count Egyptian Cotton Triple Chamber Pillow with Protector Cover set (2) to be extremely nice, excellent quality. It is exactly as described, with the down used in the outer layer, making it very soft feeling, and no quills to stick you. The pillow ticking is superb. The end zippered damask sateen pillow protectors are also superb, heavy 100% cotton. I wish they sold them separately. I am 6' 2" 300 lbs., with a proportionately sized head, and can say that these pillows do not lose their loft. No need to scrunch it up under your head or neck. When I side sleep, I do not need to squeeze the ends together to make it taller under my head/neck. Stomach sleeping has also worked by moving my arms to the outside of the pillow, no longer needing them under the pillow for added height like with my old feather/down pillows. They are slightly heavier feeling, thanks to the 35 oz. fill, and quality cotton fabric. I'm very happy to have purchased these chambered pillows. Highly recommended for those who want a soft but firmer feather/down pillow.Read More
Quality fabric and construction. Very good service and delivery.Read More
Very nice set for the money. I don't like overstuffed pillows tha can't be squished. These are just right for me and are comfortable.Read More
Got my new pillows today. They are for my daughters room and I am quiet jealous. The feel great and love that they came with protective covers.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello angeliafan1, the Famous Maker 500 thread Count Egyptian Cotton Triple Chamber Pillow with Protective Cover with 100 per cent cotton. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
THESE PILLOWS ARE SOOOOO HEAVY HAD TO RETURN THEM.
Where is the shell of these pillows made? What is the country of origin for the down?
Hello tomtom3, the shell of these pillows are made in the USA and also the down. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
Is there a standard pillow size option? I've searched throughout the site and only see Queen + sizes.
QUEEN AND STANDARD ARE SO VERY CLOSE HARD TO DETERMINE DIFFERENCE.
The Queens fit fine in my standard-sized pillowcases.
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