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Hotel Grand Milano 800 Thread Count Hungarian White Goose Down Comforter
This cozy white goose down comforter combines comfort and class. Stuffed with premium-grade Hungarian down and adorned with a classic cabana stripe detail, this comforter will lend warmth and elegance to your bedroom in equal measure.
ITEM#: 925254Constructed of 800 thread count cotton, this oversized comforter is filled with Hungarian white goose down. This comforter has a 1-inch gusset for maximum loft.
- A gusseted sidewall with double stitching and double piping allows even loft distribution all the way to the edges
- Cover material: Cotton
- Type of down: 75-percent Hungarian white goose down
- Construction: Baffle box
- Thread count: 800
- Fill power: 650
- Care instructions: Dry clean
- Warmth rating: Extra warmth
- Outer design: Cabana stripe
- Color options: White
- Silky piping
- Twin: 68 inches wide x 88 inches long with 35 ounces of fill
- Full/Queen: 90 inches wide x 98 inches long with 45 ounces of fill
- King: 108 inches wide x 98 inches long with 55 ounces of fill
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.
We recommend that this item is fluffed at least once a week to maintain down distribution.
The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible. However, due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen.
|Style||Contemporary Luxury Bedding|
|Pattern||Solid Color Stripe|
|Warmth Rating||Extra Warmth|
|Fill Type||Down Hungarian White Goose Down|
|Tags||Classic Comfy Cozy Fluffy Luxury Plush Quality Smooth Soft Summer Warm Winter|
|Dimensions||See above dimensions|
|Materials||Cotton, White Goose Down|
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I AM ABSOLUTELY THRILLED WITH THE QUALITY, FEEL AND COMFORT. OVERSTOCK IS THE BEST. I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN PLEASED WILL SEE YOU AGAIN AND THANK YOU.Read More
This is just what we wanted. So fluffy and comfortable, and keeps you at the right temperature. Love it.Read More
We've now had this product for approximately 5 months and have had all the down move the baffles. The baffles appear not to be completely sewn together in most instances, so the down shifts to the edge. And as you might imagine it is very difficult to distribute the down properly. This results in a product that really is only two thin cotton sheets over time. The overall quality I would have to say is a poor and the value is very poor as the product becomes useless on cold nights.Read More
Great value for the price. Very lightweight but performance exceeds expectations!Read More
Only had it for 2 weeks so haven't had any issues as of yet. I love the look and fullness of this comforter and that its super warm. Had a 10% coupon so the price was greatRead More
Love this! Looks beautiful! Feels beautiful. I shopped around for awhile. Read every review. What an awesome find.at an awesome price. ( I actually feel lucky. ) It's like sleeping in a marshmellow. No need to think twice about this purchase.Read More
I have had this comforter for a over a year. It looks and feels beautiful but after about a month the down started coming out in large quantities. I have dark carpeting and its everywhere just from making the bed. The down has started to migrate so its not fluffy everywhere but the biggest problem is all those feathers. Not for those with allergies. Even when its in 2 duvet covers ( a thick cotton one and a silk one over) a lot of feathers still come out. I would not recommend it to anyone.Read More
The baffles aren't completely sown so the down shifts. I hate this as it creates work for me to try to get it where I want it...it's the very problem I'm having with my current comforter. So this one will go back to Overstocks.com and I'll continue the hunt for a baffle box comforter that is truly a baffle box with no shifting. Frustrating and maddening! I feel deceived as nowhere in the descriptions did it say "partial baffle", just baffle box design. Perhaps if I'd read the reviews first I might have realized....Read More
Okay, so this was my first time purchasing from Overstock. My friend said to read the reviews prior to purchasing, but I thought perhaps that I would get lucky with this comforter. Not so...Overall, my experience with Overstock has been fantastic, but the comforter I ordered was nothing more than what the previous reviews said - do not purchase this comforter!! It was shipped on 10/21/06 and I received it on 10/25/06 (FAST SHIPPING). As soon as I took the comforter out of the box I saw an area of stitching coming undone, and there were two boxes that had very little down. Buy from Overstock, but do NOT buy this comforter!!!!!!!!Read More
This is an exceptionally warm comforter. I bought it for a weekend cabin in the mountains. When we arrive on Friday nights, the interior is around 30 degrees and it takes overnight to warm up. The wood stove heats the living area well, but hits the bedroom last. This comforter keeps us toasty warm! It fluffed out beautifully with no smell and the fabric shell is beautiful. My only concern is that the run of interior baffles along the head and the foot of the comforter (none in-between) have about a 2 inch "sewing" gap (for the entire length) which may likely lead to some down shifting along the 2 edges over time. I figured that rather than returning it, I would work with it since in every other way it was what I wanted. My other concern had to do with information shipped with the product (or rather the lack thereof!). The comforter arrived in a box, in a zipped bag, with absolutely no identifying information other than the tag attached to the comforter indicating "at least 75% goose down." No product name (Milano), no information sheet...nothing! Maybe everything comes from Overstock this way....but I think not!. So...I am taking a chance on both Overstock and the comforter. So far (about a month) for the comforter, it has worked out well. FYI - this is not a comforter for a mild climate.Read More
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Thank you for contacting us buyerfromontario. It contains at least 75% White goose down cluster. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
How do they clean the down? Are they using any chemical products or they rinse it many times?
Thank you for your interest in the Hotel Grand Milano 800 Thread Count Hungarian White Goose Down Comforter. The down is washed and rinsed several times using detergent. If detergent was not used in this process the down would smell very bad. Unfortunately we do not have information on the type of detergent used as it can vary by manufacture.
Does this comforter have strings to tie to a duvet cover?
This item does not have strings.
What country is this product made in?
This product is made in the USA with imported shells.
does it have a lifetime warranty? how many in. bafflebox? 10, 14?
The item has a 3 year limited warranty. As for the bafflebox dimensions, we are currently researching this for you, and we will have an answer for you within 1-2 business days.
The average dimensions of the baffle boxes are 15.5 inches by 15.5 inches. We are sorry, but we are unable to provide warranty information for this product.
is this hypoallergenic?
Yes, this item is hypoallergenic.
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