Hello, Are these pillows 100% down, or down and feather? If they are down and feather, what is the percentage? Thanks!
Hotel Madison Luxury Suite 400 Thread Count Down Pillows (Set of 2)
Snuggle up with these white 400-thread-count down pillows. The set of two pillows has received an antimicrobial treatment to keep mites and bacteria at bay, and the medium-firm down fill is ideal for sleeping comfortably in any position.
ITEM#: 14369149Experience the luxury and comfort of pillows featured in luxury hotels world-wide. Hotel Madison unique sleeper pillows feature a pillow-in-a-pillow design for concentrated head and neck support. Filled with luxuriously soft and lofty natural down for adjustable comfort. Finished in an ultra soft, 400 thread count cotton. Hypoallergenic.
- Type: Down
- Set includes: Two (2) pillows
- Fabric construction: 100-percent cotton
- Type of down: Natural down
- Freshness assured down, meticulously cleaned to ensure it's clean and free of dust residue and other impurities.
- Unique anti-microbial treatment eliminates bacteria and fungus from down while adding protection from dust-mites. Down is ozonated to ensure a final elimination of bacteria and odor
- Construction: Corded edges
- Thread count: 400
- Fill power: 550
- Type of sleeper: Medium to firm pillow is great for those who sleep in any position
- Care instructions: Machine wash
- Outer design: Solid
- Color options: White
- Standard: 20 inches x 26 inches with 20 ounces of fill
- Queen: 20 inches x 30 inches with 24 ounces of fill
- King: 20 inches x 36 inches with 31 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 to a disagreeable level. 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.
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I've been looking for a good down pillow for quite some time. When I saw these, I decided to take a chance and order them, and am I ever happy that I did! They are like sleeping on a cloud, seriously. Prior to receiving these pillows, I slept with three stacked on top of each other. Now I'm sleeping with just one of these (saving the other for when this one becomes more dust mites than down) and its truly lovely. It has alot of support but really soft at the same time, and for the price, a BARGAIN!!!Read More
I would only recommend this product if you are looking for a pillow that completely collapses and can take on any shape you wanted. When I read it was a medium fill, I understood that to mean there would be some support for my head. I have ended up using it behind my back which it works well for, but is to thin to support my head. I am a side sleeper.Read More
I bought these for my husband and I. I thought I was floating on a marshmellow cloud. It's the best pillow I have ever had. We've had them for about 6 weeks. They're awesome!Read More
The pillows are very comfortable. We have no complaints thus far.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello greendreams, These pillows look so comfortable! This is the way 100-percent down has to be labeled as per FTC regulations. Every down product that you will buy in the USA, from any supplier, will be labeled the exact same way. What is required for something to legally be called 'down' is that it has at least 75-percent complete down clusters. The remaining 25-percent can be some combination of incomplete down clusters, very small feathers, and other down and feather particles. There is no possible way to have 100-percent complete down clusters in a product and this is why the Federal government came up with these labeling rules. What the law label actually says is 'down' and then underneath that the FTC requires that we say 'minimum 75-percent down'. I hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
My family loves the pillows!
Are these machine washable?
Hello wilyscot! These comfy pillows are machine washable. I hope you enjoy them! Thanks for shopping with us.
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