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Tommy Bahama 425 Thread Count PrimaLoft Down Alternative Comforter
Wrap yourself in warmth and luxury this winter with the gorgeous PrimaLoft comforter by Tommy Bahama. This soft, down alternative comforter features a hypoallergenic polyester fill and a 425-thread count cover with a beautiful pin stripe design.
ITEM#: 14045534Warm and luxurious, this comforter from Tommy Bahama features a soft 425 thread count cotton cover. With pinstripe fabric detail and hypoallergenic fill, this comforter is perfect for winter.
- Cover material: Cotton
- Construction: Baffle box
- Binding: Self piped
- Thread count: 425
- Fill material: 100-percent primaLoft polyester
- Warmth rating: Extra warmth
- Outer design: Pinstripe pattern
- Color options: White
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Oversized queen: 90 inches wide x 98 inches long with 60 ounces of fill
- Oversized king: 108 inches wide x 98 inches long with 72 ounces of fill
Polyester fill is naturally hypoallergenic.
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|Warmth Rating||Extra Warmth|
|Fill Type||Down Alternative PrimaLoft|
|Product Features||Hypoallergenic Made in USA|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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Best comforter ever. I cannot find this anymore and have replaced with 3 other primaloft comforters since. Nothing compares. This finish is impeccable, the cover soft and high-end, the filler in place for the entire year I had it. Bring back this product please.Read More
Quality of the comforter is excellent and it is really warm. Just what you would expect from Tommy Bahama !Read More
I went over and over the reviews left by other customers and my over-riding feeling was to wonder why people i Florida were buying duvets rated "extra warm" and then complaining about how warm they were.... it made me wonder whether I was missing something because I was thinking "extra warm" was what I wanted for the 12ºF winter nights. Sooo I played off down and synthetic and looked at all the comments on whether they were really over-sized or not and then plumped for this one, and I have to say, I've been very happy the last month, pleased with my purchase, warm as toast, etc etc. Of course, YMMVRead More
Perfect weight. Love the down alternative (because I have allergies). Very happy with this product!Read More
This comforter is more than I expected. I got one for my son and myself.....it is extremely comfortable. I totally recommend this buy.......Read More
This is an incredibly comfortable comforter, and I love that it's down alternative because real down inevitibly results in quills poking through the fabric. Speaking of which, the fabric of this comforter is soft, and it has subtle white sateen pinstripes, giving it a higher-quality, hotel-style look. In other words, you could use this comforter without a duvet cover and still have a nice looking bed. This does get pretty warm, so it you're a hot sleeper, you may want to get something a little lighter. I like that this comforter is nice and fluffy, not too thin, and its subtle baffle box design adds to its good-looking appearance. My only complaint is that despite the baffle box design, the interior does tend to redistribute itself after repeated use, but not to the extent that there are "empty" spots. A good fluffing and the comforter is as good as new! I would definitely recommend this product and am very pleased with my purchase.Read More
I received this in the mail today. The first thing I did was put it on my bed because I am so tired of king size comforters that just cover the top. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this comforter is in fact as big as it claims. It overhangs all three sides of the bed very nicely. It has a good heft to it and the cotton cover is very soft. While I haven't slept under it, it washed well, and dried nicely (I dried it with 3 tennis balls to keep the fluff). The biggest issue I have is that due to its extremely large size, I am having trouble finding a duvet cover that will fit. Because it is white, I don't think that my house with 3 dogs and a rabbit will be conducive to keeping it clean. Plus, stuffing the whole thing in my front load washer works, but is not something I want to do weekly. Thus, a duvet cover is a necessity. Most oversized duvet covers are 98x102 but this comforter is 108 so that creates an issue. That means I need to head to the fabric store and buy fabric to make a cover. Since this is not meant to be put into a duvet, it also does not have the corner ties. Again, an easy remedy at the fabric store. However, if you are not the crafty type, and don't think white will work for you, I recommend you find your duvet cover first. I have yet to find one. That's the only reason I deducted one star - and I'm not really sure that's fair since again - this is meant to be a comforter on its own, and over size isn't necessarily a bad thing...Nonetheless, the fact that it only comes in white is cause to deduct a star. Otherwise, I have no complaints.Read More
This did the trick, warm, fluffy, thick, and nice design even if you don't want to put a duvet cover on it. I really like it and I don't need to worry about the feathers sticking out like my down one that I had.Read More
This alternative down comforter is a great buy! It is oversized so it fits on a king with plenty of excess. The baffles keep the filling from shifting too much and it is really "puffy", comfortable, and WARM! Will not be able to use this in the summer, and it is a bit too warm for my husband, but I think it is perfect for our cold Illinois winters. You would never know this is not real "down". LOVE IT!Read More
my boyfriend and i totally love this comforter! it's not too hot like other down alternative comforters i've tried. it was easy to wash and dry, but make sure you use tennis balls in the dryer to keep the comforter from bunching up. it's a bit on the expensive side, but you pay for what you get. and we love it!!Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question. This product uses a 425 thread count damask cotton fabric ? so compared to a 230 thread count cambric fabric, this will be much quieter in nature. In terms of ?crinkle?, in order of most noise you have these weaves of fabric: ? Cambric ? Batiste ? Damask ? Jacquard ? Twill ? Sateen
This is oversized king, will it fit in a standard king duvet cover?
Check your dimensions for both the comforter and the duvet cover to make this determination.
Does this have corner ties to secure it inside a duvet cover?
Yes, it has corner ties.
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