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Ultimate White Goose Down Top Featherbed
Experience a restful and comfortable sleep with this luxurious down featherbed. It is filled with a combination of white goose feathers and down to provide the ultimate softness. It also has a three-inch gusset edge for three-dimensional support.
ITEM#: 930231Sleep in ultimate luxury with this down top featherbed. This featherbed features a lofty pillow top filled with down and layered above a supportive baffle box featherbed.
- Type: Featherbed
- Filled with plump 95-percent white goose feathers and 5-percent white goose down
- Shell material: 100-percent cotton
- Thread count: 230
- A luxurious 3-inch gusset edge provides the ultimate 3-dimensional support
- Twin: 39 inches x 75 inches with 6 pounds of fill and 10 ounces of down
- Full: 54 inches x 75 inches with 9 pounds of fill and 13 ounces of down
- Queen: 60 inches x 80 inches with 10.5 pounds of fill and 16 ounces of down
- King: 76 inches x 80 inches with 12 pounds of fill and 19 ounces of down
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||Cotton, feather, down|
|Fill Type||Down Feather|
|Product Features||Made in USA|
|Tags||Comfy Cozy Fluffy Luxury Plush Quality Soft Warm|
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I was excited to see this product for this price because I had examined several that were much more expensive. However, I am very disappointed in the fact that the feathers and down move all over the bed. This product is described as "baffle box" construction, which should mean that this does not happen. One part of the bed has all the feathers, and they move away from where you sleep and gather in the corners of the bed. I guess the baffles are not sewn through, which I wrongly assumed was what 'baffle' meant.Read More
I don't know if I got a bunk one or what. All the other reviews were so great:( And I'm not a super picky person. First, it's not as thick as I thought it would be. Then, the feathers actually poke through...ouch! And for some reason when you toss or turn it seriously sounds and feels like you are sleeping on a pile of garbage...like there is some kind of plastic layer inside. It looks so much better than it feels. But like I said before...it seems like everyone else liked it so much...but I feel like it is pretty poor quality...maybe I got a bum one??????Read More
I never used to set an alarm clock until I bought this featherbed! Now, I oversleep because I am so cozy and comfortable. I ordered a CalKing and it fits perfectly; no issues with it being too short at all. Mine came with a cover, so no feathers poking out and definitely no "fowl" smell. Only thing I regret is not buying this thing sooner!Read More
I really like this feather bed very comfortable and great price. My only reservation is figuring how to keep it from sliding off the mattress. = ) Over all a good buy.Read More
I had bought this bed over a year ago for my full size bed and I loved it. It was comfortable and very fluffy. So when we upgraded to a queen size bed and saw the same bed, I jumped on it knowing how happy I was with the prior one. Well it came last week and first thing I noticed was that this was from a different manafuctor. Upon taking it out of the box the overwhelming smell of"fowl" hit me. I let the bed air out, but the smell is very strong and very nauseating. It is now a week later and I cannot get rid of this smell! Everytime I walk into my bedroom the smell of feathers is overpowering. I keep my windows open to air out my room as much as possible but it has not helped. Overall the bed is very comfortable/very warm and very heavy - now if only the smell would go away!Read More
the hard ends of the feathers were more than I expected. The quality of the pad was high and the feathers could have been more downRead More
Wonderful featherbed Needs to be shaken every couple of days on the bed to keep it softRead More
I was so please with everyone of the review. It help me take up the courage and order the topper. This is my 1st time trying feather topper, its not as common around here in Asia. I have been changing too many beds in the past trying to get one that really help reduce my bad backache for years. This is absolutely the best solution for my current situation (can't be changing beds all the time). After receiving this, there wasn't much smell and the feather are not as poking. Been sleeping for close to 2 weeks. I am so thankful that I final found myself walking and standing better each day. I have just place another order for my mum.Read More
The mattress topper is soft and comfortable. We have not had any escaping feathers - nor have we been pricked by any, as some have said. Wish it were a little fuller and a little cheaper, but am happy with the purchase.Read More
Very plush and soft. It does distribute weird in that when I get on it either side literally fluffs up 4-5 inchs which makes the sheets come oit from undwr the mattress. Still working on how to keep it in on the bed and from sliding every where. Sheet suspenders just snap off. But it is def comfy and soft. Perfect addition to a worn out bed you'd like to be softer without buying a new mattress.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello porterpm, the fill power of the Ultimate White Goose Down Top Featherbed is 95-percent white goose feathers and 5-percent white goose down. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
Is this featherbed hypoallergenic?
Hello, cre8iv1. Hope your day is going well. This item is not hypoallergenic. Thank you for shopping with us and please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
Is the down a separate top layer or is it all mixed in?
Thank you for your interest. Yes, the down is a separate layer on the top for softness. The feathers are separate below that for support. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
what is the fill power.
It's a mattress not a comforter so there is not an actual fill power rating.however, the below description tell you how much is in it.
Is the down a separate top layer?
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