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Overfilled Baffle Box Featherbed
Finally get that perfect night's sleep with this comfortable baffle box featherbed with a 100-percent cotton cover. This overfilled featherbed is like nothing you've experienced before and will be soft and relaxing each and every night you sleep on it.
ITEM#: 13283907This featherbed features a 2-inch side wall with two piped seams. This featherbed offers baffled box construction for extra durability.
This comfortable featherbed adds loft to any mattress, which makes this topper the perfect addition to a guestroom. The bed topper is stuffed with waterfowl feathers, which adds softness. The exterior has a 210 thread count, which prevents the feathers from poking though and makes this topper durable enough for daily use.
- Type: Featherbed
- Cover construction: 100-percent cotton
- Thread count: 210
- Type of fill: Waterfowl feathers
- Construction: Baffle box construction
- Care instructions: Dry clean
- Twin: 39 inches wide x 75 inches long with 5.5 pounds of fill
- Full: 54 inches wide x 76 inches long with 11 pounds of fill
- Queen: 60 inches wide x 80 inches long with 12 pounds of fill
- King: 78 inches wide x 80 inches long with 15 pounds of fill
- California king: 72 inches wide x 84 inches long with 15 pounds 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.
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|Materials||Filled with feather and down; cotton cover|
|Fill Type||Down Feather|
|Tags||Comfy Fluffy Luxury Plush Quality Soft Warm|
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I have 2 of these for both of our king beds. They are fabulous! I like a somewhat firm mattress & this helps cushion it.Read More
The product that I received doesn't look anything like the picture. My featherbed is really flat. Not worth the price.Read More
haven't gotten to see/feel/use product myself as I had it sent to my son in college but he LOVES it and says his bed feels luxurious--arrived on time, in perfect condition and did not have any funny smell (as has been indicated on some other reviews) Time will tell how it wears and washes.Read More
DO NOT BUY!! Used it one night and could not sleep by the feather poking through the sheets and mattress cover. Wish I could return.Read More
I have bought from here before, this one just didn't meet the expectations, or the quality of the past few I have bought from here, only a month old and already getting flat, the last one last 4 years before getting flatRead More
High quality, fits well, great price. We put it right over the mattress and under our mattress pad, and it is so comfy...Read More
My husband and I find this featherbed to be exceptionally comfortable and excellent value for the price. We did not have any issues with feathers poking through, and we have been sleeping on it for about a month now.Read More
Bought a new matteress, and wasn't as comfortable as I thought in the store. Bought this and my bed feels perfect. Very good value for the product. Well made, fluffs up well,. Heavier than I thought, but that adds to the qualityRead More
This featherbed was priced well and it was thick and plush, but it does lose a lot of feathers. I put something on top of it and zipped it under my mattress cover so I don't get stuck by feathers, but when i watch the mattress cover there are feathers every where. This is the first featherbed I have used, so maybe they all lose feathers, but otherwise it's okay.Read More
I have slept on all different types of beds. My preference has always been on featherbeds. I have an old mattress, and this featherbed has made it feel like it is brand-new. I will be buying this for every room in the house.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello steddy28, this is filled with waterfowl feathers, it is not down alternative. Thanks for shopping with us! A.S.
Yes and no. Technically "down" are the feathers taken from the underbelly of a bird , usually a goose. This feather bed says it is made of the "feathers from waterfowl", so it is not DOWN but it is feathers.
This is actual feather not alternative. Very happy with this purchase.
No, it feels like chicken feathers. They poke through the cloth and I took it off the bed. Will use it on guest bed so they don't visit too long.
How thick is this featherbed?
Thank you for your inquiry, adjrosebud. This comforter is two inches thick. We hope this helps. Thank you for shopping with us.
About two inches. You can definitely feel the difference when laying on it. When you change your sheets you'll need to give it a few shakes to evenly redistribute the feathers.
What is the brand name/ Where is it made?
Unfortunately, we are unable to disclose manufacturer information on some of our products. However, be assured that we fully stand behind the products we sell. This is made in China.
What is the fill power on this?
The fill power depends on the size of the comforter. The fill power of each size is listed along with the dimensions.
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