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  • Did not hold up!
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    While I liked this "alternative to down" comforter at first, within one year it is no longer useful. All of the stuffing has migrated out of the middle and it provides very little warmth. I have tried and tried to shake it to move the PrimaLoft back toward the middle of the comforter, but it is not possible. I do not recommend this comforter! Don't waste your money on it.

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    maineandme January 27, 2014
  • Looks good, warm and comfortable
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    Got this because of the good reviews and I'm very happy. It's well made, 'fluffy' and has been great in cool fall (NYC) weather. Seems like it will be fine for winter. I find it has a luxurious feel. Very pleased so far! (

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    jla0952 November 20, 2012
  • Fluffy
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    Although this comforter is fluffy, it's not too thick. Under the lights in my house, the color looks more yellow than cream. I'm not sure that the comforter is worth what I paid but I guess you have to pay more if the words 'european' and 'primaloft' are used in its description.

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    cthewig August 3, 2012
  • exactly what i wanted
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    exactly what i wanted. faux down. still have that nice heavy feel. light and fluffy. warm yet light. love it.

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    pcthrpy April 7, 2012
  • Very nice and warm
    Verified Purchase

    It keep the warm of the body trap inside the blanket. I am using it in New England and it's good enough until now (Dec 15) but I do not know if it is good enough when it gets much colder. But for the price it's a good buy.

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    browse December 15, 2011
  • Warm and Cozy
    Verified Purchase

    This comforter is just what I was looking for to replace an old favorite, Lightweight, yet incredibly warm and toasty. I just wish that it was available in colors, not just ivoryt.

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    lillyjoyce2000 December 15, 2011
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    This is the softest fluffiest comforter ever! I love the creamy color instead of your basic stark white. It fluffs up and is super warm! It really does feel like cloud. This comforter will keep you toasty warm. It is worth the money. Even though it is down alternative, it feels like the real thing. An excellent product. Highly recommend if you want something fluffy and warm. If you get cold easily at night, this is the comforter for you.

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    mesasand December 6, 2011
  • cozy comforter
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    This comforter is light and fluffy, but extremely warm. It is well made and looks and feels durable.

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    unsinn November 17, 2011
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    This comforter is very warm, fluffy, and like sleeping in a cloud. If you like a lightweight, thin comforter, this one isn't' for you! This is a thick, poofy, on the heavy side conformer. It's exactly what I was looking for. I live in California where it doesn't really get too cold, but I like the weight and fluffiness of a heavier comforter. This fits the order. It's a great price point. The only concern I have is how it will hold up when it is washed. I've had an experience with a comforter from OS.com where the comforter was great, but did terrible when washed. This is the replacement purchase. I've spent twice the price and feel like I've gotten less than twice the product, but perhaps more in the quality of the contraction? The other comforter was microfiber. Stay away from microfiber if planning to machine wash. OS.com was fabulous is accepting the return months later btw. If faced with the same situation, I'm expecting OS to be as responsible wrt the products they carry. I feel like I can't go wrong with whatever I purchase. Wrt this comforter, it's better than as described. I'm very happy with the purchase at the price point.

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    lindalooshopper November 1, 2011