Down Alternative Reversible Comforters
Price: $17.99 - 19.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Mar 31 to Monday, Apr 03) + transit
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Absolutely love mine!! I have 3!! Wash well too!
Also love mine. Still looks like new after several years. Lightweight and fluffy, but will keep you toasty warm.
On the size selection drop down, there are two choices for Twin. One is $17.99 and one is $19.99. I thought there were only three sizes, Twin, Full/Queen, and King.
I think the Orange Rust/Oatmeal should have been called Yams / Toasted Marshmallows.
If today’s offer is the same as this:
on July 22, 2015, then I’d suggest you avoid. That comforter bled so bad it ruined the sheets it sat atop. Woot refunded my purchase and it went straight to the dumpster.
Bought this the last time it was offered. The orange is a lot brighter than the photo would suggest but I do love the comforter!
I am taking a guess that oatmeal is tan, but what color is atmosphere?
The $17.99 twin options and the $19.99 twin options are the same size- but the color choices are different.
Looks like a light grey to me…
Can I pay using alternative facts?
I have several of these & they are seriously AWESOME, especially for the price! I use 2 as duvets (King White), 2 as blankets/throws (Twin Blue Coral/Oatmeal) & 2 as comforters (Full/Queen Ivory Atmosphere). The Ivory is not nearly as yellow & MUCH lighter than it appears in the photo; I would call it more of an off-white. The actual color is exactly what I wanted so I was definitely pleased! I’m a hot sleeper, but I like to have covers on me. These are the perfect weight & warmth. They also work perfect in a duvet cover, unless you’re looking for lots of poofiness or a super full look.
To everyone that bought one, can the white/white be washed with bleach?
We liked the twin that we bought for our son so much that we bought a full/queen for ourselves. The problem is that it’s barely large enough to be called a queen. It’s a good 6 inches shorter in both dimensions than our previous comforter, so that it barely covers our pillowtop mattress when perfectly positioned.
I’d consider going one size up (to king) if you have a taller queen size mattress.
I’m guessing that they all have the same tag. This is what’s on Blue Coral/Oatmeal and Black/Silver.
I bought the red one (excuse me - Anemone/Wheat) last time and liked it so much I got another one today, this time “Eclipse and Silver” (or dark blue in my male dialect). These are very nice, believe me. I actually have a queen-size bed but bought the king-size comforter both times - fits best for my setup.
Although I can’t be certain, I believe they’re different comforters. I’ve seen the one offered today more times than I can count, and the picture is always the same. I have the white/gray and I love it. Each time it comes back I give a long look because I’d like another. It’s warm*, but very lightweight. It is not impressive upon receipt, but once it expands from the deflation from the shipping packaging it is much fluffier. The full/queen is adequately large for both my guy and me (and we both have larger frames) BUT we have a low platform bed. I’d definitely agree with a previous poster to size up to a king for a taller queen bed set.
*I live in Florida, where a cold night is produced by cranking up the A/C, so I do not know if it would be warm in a Minneapolis winter sense.
I just rec’d my queen comforter. It’s lovely and I immediately put it on my queen bed but am disappointed it IS too short. It does need 2B about 6 more inches long. Darn it. I now have to shop for some color-coordinated shams or pillows to put on the top of the bed to make up for the shortness