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Microfiber Feather/ Down Blanket
Add a luxurious new layer to your bed when you snuggle up under this down microfiber blanket. This microfiber blanket with feather and down fiberfill is ideal for use year-round that lends softness and comfort to your bed for a better night's sleep.
ITEM#: 13923660This luxurious lightweight blanket can pamper any time of the year. To keep the down fill in place, the blanket has an end-to-end box construction.
- Construction: Microfiber
- Edging: Self-piping
- Pattern: Solid
- Cover: 100-percent polyester
- Fill: 60-percent feather fiber/ 25-percent down fiber/ 15-percent feathers
- Lightweight fill is perfect for year-round use
- Care instructions: Dry-clean only
- Twin: 66 inches wide x 92 inches long with 20 ounces of fill
- Full/Queen: 90 inches wide x 92 inches long with 27 ounces of fill
- King: 108 inches wide x 92 inches long with 33 ounces of fill
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|Materials||Filled with 60-percent feather fiber, 25-percent down fiber, 15-percent feathers, polyester cover|
|Color||Blue Brown Green White|
|Tags||Comfy Cozy Fluffy Quality Soft Summer Warm Winter|
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The blanket comes in with smell from the feather. After 1 wash, the smell almost disapeear. The reason I take off 2 stars is because, 1. The blanket doesn't have much down filled. Even that was advertised as blanket but it is still much lighter than I was expected. 2. The micro fiber cover doesn't feel as smooth and soft as other micro fiber blanket. It also make a nosie while you are sleeping under it or you try to touch or move the blanket. I guess that will change over the year after many washes of the blanket. But if you only want to to use it in the summer or early fall. That price is reasonable. otherwise, it is not worth the money.Read More
I have ordered two microfiber down blankets in the past from Overstock, like the ones pictured in the product description. The item I received is NOTHING like the item as pictured. First, it is flat and will not have the capacity to fluff like the ones pictured. It is trimmed with satin, which would be nice if you wanted a flatter blanket. Look at the blankets in the item description - they have no satin trim. Second, it has far more poor-quality feathers than down, unlike the blankets that used to be sold here with this item description. Third, it is heavy. The item as received has none of the good qualities like the blankets as pictured. It is false advertisement -- you will NOT receive anything like you see. I'm extremely disappointed that Overstock would be so careless as to send something that is nothing like what is advertised. I will be calling, and it will be going back. I NEVER would have spent a dime on this utter, complete piece of crap. The worst part is it was meant to be a birthday gift to my young daughter, who loves the king size down blanket (the one pictured) I have. Thanks for nothing, Overstock.Read More
Wanted a down blanket to work with the Pendleton wool bed blanket current on our bed. The two work very well together. This product doesn't have a funny smell like some of the reviews I've read about other products, nor does it "crunch" when using it, again, like some I have read about. Was alittle concerned about the full/queen size - no worries there either - it is plenty big enough to hang over 3 sides. An overall great blanket for the money. Would buy another with no hesitation if I needed one.Read More
I have purchased two of these and my friends have ask me where I got it and they, in turn, have ordered them from Overstock. It is a LIGHT cover for summer, but still substantial as a comforter. It looks great! I only wish they had khaki shams to match!Read More
I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of this down blanket. I'm not a great fan of the color sage, but it doesn't matter because I love this down blanket so much.Read More
This down blanket has been changed and is now very cheap looking and feeling. I have purchased four of these in the past and loved them all. The microfiber cover has been changed and is now slick and shiny causing the blanket to slip around and fall off the bed. There is no loft to it now either - the feather and down filling is nearly non-existent. It used to be a great buy, but not anymore. I'd send it back if postage were not so high these days. Maybe I can find someone who needs it, or I'll donate it the Goodwill. I'm very disappointed in the way they have cheapened and ruined this blanket.Read More
I use this down/feather 'blanket' on my bed year round. Further, I do not use a top sheet and I use this 'down/feather blanket' against my skin each night. It is very, very soft to the touch (microfiber is soft not scratchy) and the 'warmth factor' is perfect for any time of the year. I life in KS and we definately have the four (4) seasons. I wash my 'blanket' each week, as I do the rest of the bed linens and I am happy to say that these blankets hold up year after year. As a 'gift' to myself, I buy one of these from Overstock each year because I like a new, fluffy, clear white on my bed to match the clear white bed linens. It makes a very crisp looking and a very soft feeling bed. There is nothing that I can think of to say that is a 'con' about these wonderful blankets. My favorite part of them is that they can be very warm, much like a comforter, however you do not have all of that weight on your body; the down/feather blanket is so light, yet so very soft and warm.Read More
My mother, mother-in -law, sister, and friends have all loved, and purchased many of these microfiber blankets over the years as gifts and for ourselves. They were thin, yet warm, without ever being sweltering. And the cover was soft and cuddly. We'd washed them and dried them, and still loved them. Then, I purchased another for our new king sized bed in Dec 2011. It's not the same product as before. The weight is similar, but the boxes are larger and the fabric is, while still polyester, crunchy, for lack of a better word. I haven't washed it yet, so I don't know how it will hold up compared to my old one, but it's not the snuggly soft blanket that I had loved from the past. I'm not sure if this is true for all the colors. I bought the khaki 3 years back and again this December. Bummer. I'd thought that since the picture on the website was the same that I was getting the same thing. Oh well. This one will do, but it's not the same.Read More
This is very poor quality because it looks discolored. I opened the box and went right on line to return the product. Guess what? You can't return this particular item and I don't recall being told that at time of purchase. Very unhappy and never returning to Overstock.comRead More
I bought the blanket for my son's guest room and when we visited, I was extremely disappointed in it. (Also embarrassed over the quality.) This was the 4th one I bought from Overstock.com and I love the first three. This last one hardly has any feather stuffing and the outside material is no longer soft feeling, in fact it is scratchy. Also this one has to be dry cleaned the other three do not. I would not recommend this blanket at all.Read More
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Hello kibbie59, items are restocked as they become available; however we cannot guarantee an item will be restocked. Thank you for shopping with us.
Is the material a smooth poly rayon-like or more crisp? How soft is it; does is have a brushed feel?
It is 100 percent polyester. It is soft to the touch.
not crisp...very good
Is this blanket the same on each side or is one side sueded?
Yes, both sides are the same.
same on each side....very good... we do not use a top sheet and it is perfect to the skin.
Is this comforter washable?
This is Dry Clean Only.
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