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Hotel Grand Zurich 1300 Thread Count Silk/ Cotton Hungarian Goose Down Comforter
This luxurious cotton down comforter instantly traps the body heat, providing extra warmth. Its baffle box construction and gusseted sidewalls eliminate shifting. This Damask Cabana stripe weave comforter is an ideal accent for any home furnishings.
ITEM#: 1002845With an industry-leading 1300 thread count cover, this down comforter is the ultimate addition to any bed. This comforter is woven with single-ply yarns from an ultra-smooth blend of 51-percent silk and 49-percent cotton.
- Attractive Damask Cabana stripe weave
- Baffle box construction and 1.5-inch gusseted sidewalls keep the insulating down evenly distributed throughout the piece
- Filled with 650 fill power Hungarian white goose down, this is quite simply one of the finest comforters available
- Dry clean
- Warmth rating: Extra warmth
- Twin: 68 inches x 88 inches with 40 oucnes of fill
- Full/Queen: 90 inches x 98 inches with 50 ounces of fill
- King: 108 inches x 98 inches with 60 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.
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|Materials||Cotton, silk, white goose down|
|Style||Contemporary Luxury Bedding|
|Warmth Rating||Extra Warmth|
|Luxury Down||Hungarian White Goose Down|
|Fill Type||Down Hungarian White Goose Down|
|Tags||Comfy Durable Fluffy Luxury Quality Soft Warm|
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This comforter is lovely right out of the bag. However, I did not check closely every seam of every baffle to verify that there are no "leaks." It turns out after 4 months of use that the seams were not completely closed off, and there are leaks, and the feathers have migrated to certain areas, leaving some of the "squares" almost completely empty of feathers. I am disappointed because I loved the fabric and the fill, but now it is past the return date and I need to hire a seamstress to take this apart redistribute the feathers, and resew it.Read More
This comforter is a nightmare! I have had it for over a year.. and now I am back to buy a new one after three major holes opened up in the fabric. The result being a blizzard of feathers in my bedroom. From the get- go I was unhappy with this comforter. The baffle box construction is poorly done. We found ourselves having to rotate it weekly so that we could get a few nights a week of even feather distribution. The rest of the week was either all the feathers at our feet (time to rotate) or up by our heads (which never lasted for more than a day). As I had mentioned, the fabric is terrible. We don't have tractor trailers driving over our bed... so for the life of me, I can not understand WHY three huge rips occured. We're not talking a small little slow feather leaking hole- I'm talking about mjor 3"- 6" tears along the grain of the fabric. The material, although claimed to be 1300 thread count, is poorly woven. If you are a first time buyer of down- move along from this one or you'll never experience the warmth and comfort down lovers all come to adore. I would also like to add (after reading many comments on several other down comforters) that it should be expected that all down comforters will ocassionally shed some feathers. Some people like to refer to it as beng like dust- it's just the smaller feathers popping through- and it's normal. A well made down comforter should hold the feathers within the baffle box construction and never seem like it's snowing in your bedroom- like this comforter has. You've been warned.Read More
I've had this comforter for almost two years now and can honestly say it's absolutely fabulous EXCEPT the down does slowly migrate to the sides and bottom of the comforter. I still recommend it highly, but if I had to do it again I would reinforce the stitching myself, or have someone else do it right after purchase. That said, it is the softest, most luxurious feeling comforter I've ever had. I lend it to special guests and they always rave, too. At one point, Overstock sold a comforter cover/matching pillow cases set of the same material which I also recommend highly if you ever see it listed. Note: If you plan on placing this comforter inside another cover that matches your decor, I would NOT invest in this product as there are plenty of excellent 100% white goose down comforters available for much less money. It is the extradinarily ultra-soft, white silk/cotton cover that is the stand-out feature here. I would also not recommend this comforter for children, or if you have small kids crawling into your bed nights. This comforter must be dry cleaned and the fabric cannot be bleached.Read More
The stitching started ripping from the fabric after a few months and now we are breathing in the goose down every night. Definitely the least sturdy comforter I have ever bought and not worth the high price.Read More
This is a very soft comforter. I love that it is oversized. BUT... I've owned the comforter for about 11 months now & it is still losing feathers. Everyday the feathers poke right through the thin fabric. They get everywhere - all over the floor, clothing, and carried into the rest of the house. I cannot set anything on the bed or it will end up with feathers sticking to it. It is so frustrating to have to vaccuum every other day to pick up all of the feathers that seep out. I do not understand how this fabric can be so thin when it is supposed to be 1300 thread count.Read More
it is just not warm enough for me…I need a heavier weight for the winter...Read More
I bought this comforter and was not satisfied with the quality and warm of it for the price.Feels about as thick as my $200.00 goose down I bought from OS about 3 years ago wich was only 450TC.Not worth the price as the less expensive ones.Read More
Best down filled blanket we have EVER purchased! Soft, fluffy & 1300 thread countRead More
Do not buy this Comforter, Half of the Panels were empty of down. C/S acknowledged that there is a problem with this product. Looked Beautiful but construction is poor. I ordered it after reading poor reviews thinking maybe they got a a lemon but no they were right. stay away from this product.Read More
I love going to bed now.; I look forward to snuggling in. In less than a minute it warms me up. I put a cover to protect it, but the silk feels really nice, too. After reading the other reviews, I went back to see if mine shifted like the others say and it does, but I don't mind. Some nights I want less of it on me, so it works out fine.... when I fluff it up evenly... I sometimes get too hot under it. One of the best investments I every made; I hat e to be cold at night and this keeps me nice and snug.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello osirish, thank you for your inquiry! At least 75% down cluster is filled, the other 25% is down fiber, feather fiber and feathers. I hope this helps. Happy shopping!
Wondering which comforter is going to be warmer. The king size Grand Zurich with 60 ounces at 650 fill or the king size Grand Naples with 55 ounces at 700 fill? Thanks.
That is too technical for me... but, I am always toasty warm in mine. Sometimes too warm...
Thank you for your inquiry. We reached out to our support team regarding the question. They both both have extra-warmth ratings and are too similar to determine which of the two is warmer. We do not feel either one will be significantly warmer than the other.
what is the weight of the fill of the comforter (48 oz, 50oz ...) not the shipping weight?
found the answer - thank you anyway: 50oz
what is weight?
The weight is 10 pounds.
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