The Complete Down Comforter Buyers Guide 2018
A good comforter can make all the difference between a poor nights sleep and a great one. Whilst there are many different materials used to make comforters or duvets for our European readers, the down comforter is by far the most popular choice for it's warmth to weight and price ratio.
In this article, we take a look at the options available on the market, across a broad set of price ranges to help you decide which is the best down comforter for you.
Best Down Comforter Under $50
These comforters are great for those on a budget who still want good quality and warmth for a pleasant night’s sleep. Due to the fact that down comforters generally rest at a higher cost, products in this category will be down alternative comforters that provide the same level of comfort and a similar feel to genuine down.
Comforters in this section may lack thickness or fluffiness and be generally thinner in comparison to those of higher prices, and a large majority of them have uncertain or very short warranties. On the plus side, due to the fact that they aren’t made of genuine down, they will likely be easier to care for.
This luxurious goose down alternative comforter is suited for year-round use, held together with a box stitching design. To prevent shifting, it has been manufactured with piped edges and duvet straps. Its middleweight allows for it to cater to various temperature needs. Made from allergy free, hypo-allergenic poly fiber, this comforter will provide comfort without the fear of allergies or irritating reactions.
It is also made to be just as fluffy and warm as a genuine down comforter. However, it also has a low thread count and lacks in the comfort department. This comforter is available in twin, queen, and king sizes, and is the most purchased of its kind, so it’s safe to say that it gives you some pretty good bang for your buck! If you’re looking for a cheap item that has a quality a few levels above its price point, this is a good choice.
This crisp comforter and duvet insert uses a 350gsm siliconized fiber filling to perfectly mimic the cozy and ultra-plush feeling of genuine down. It is made of fully hypo-allergenic and durable microfibers to prevent dust mites and mildew from finding their way into your bedsheets.
In order to prevent from shifting on your bed, this product has box stitch construction and piped edges, and has been tailored with a quilted stitching that helps it to retain its shape even after a long period of usage. This product comes in twin, queen, and king sizes, and it arrives vacuum packed and takes about 24 hours to reach its full plush fluff. Once it does, reviews claim it is extremely comfortable and you might find yourself thinking that it is, in fact, real down.
As the name states, this comforter attempts to offer a hotel-quality product. Due to its lightweight nature, it may not be suited for colder months, but what it lacks in warmth it makes up for with luxurious synthetic goose feathers and softness than rivals that of genuine down. The comforter comes in twin, queen, and king sizes, and it is designed to protect against dust mites, mold, and mildew due to its hypoallergenic properties. It’s also built for durability and should last a long time.
According to reviews, the sheets are slightly smaller in dimension than what you might expect, so keep that in mind! But if you are not satisfied with the comforter, the seller accepts returns and exchanges within 30 days of your purchase. If you’re looking for an affordable down comforter for use during warmer months that mimics the high-end comfort of a hotel’s, then this may be the one for you.
This mid-weight comforter is designed to be mid-weight for all seasons and filled with a hypoallergenic down alternative. It is made from a soft microfiber that is plush, soft and breathable, and it is stitched to avoid shifting or clumping. It also comes with corner tabs to secure it to your bed. This down comforter is actually machine-washable and dryer-safe, meaning you can rest easy without worrying about damaging it in the wash.
It also comes with a 3-year warranty, just in case! It comes in a very wide variety of sizes, including Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, Oversized Queen, King, Oversized King, and California King – so whatever the size of your bed, there’s something here that you can use! Reviews dictate that the cover may be, in fact, too warm for summer, but that it is also very comfortable and a fantastic purchase for the price.
This Hanna Kay comforter is made with a no-crinkle microfiber cover and makes use of double-stitched box seams so that it's hypoallergenic and moisture-resistant down alternative filling doesn’t move around and create lumps.
Due to the stitching, the comforter is incredibly durable and you won’t need to face the trouble of dealing with the stuffing falling out with age. It is meant to be usable in all temperatures due to its lightweight 77oz filling.
According to reviews, it really is silky soft and even people who usually get too hot at night can use it without a problem! On the flip side, this comforter is only available in full or queen size, so depending on the size of your bed, it may not work for you.
But if you do purchase it, and you don’t like your comforter, you can actually return it for a refund, so there’s some piece of mind and a guarantee for quality with this product.
Best Down Comforter Under $100
This category is for those who want to spend a bit more on quality, but still want to keep it on a budget. Here, you will find comforters that have a mixture of genuine down other alternatives in their stuffing in order to maintain a lower price.
These comforters will be fluffier and warmer than down alternative ones, but they will lack the fluffiness and comfort that comes with genuine down. However, they may make up for it with higher thread counts. You can also expect a few longer warranties, although a few products have uncertain warranty periods.
This highly rated comforter is filled with 50% goose down and made of a 300 thread-count hypoallergenic cotton cover to counteract allergies. It’s meant to be used all year round in all forms of temperatures and is machine washable and thus, easy to clean. According to reviews, baffles placed throughout the comforter prevent it from shifting, and there are no hard pieces of feather mixed in with the soft down filling.
They also state that it is too thick for warmer nights, but provides ample comfort and warmth in even the coldest of weathers. This comforter comes in king and queen sizes, and it arrives with a 15-year guarantee. During this period, if the product shows signs of poor quality or excessive deterioration, or you are unsatisfied in any way, it can be sent for a refund or exchange. For the price, this high-quality comforter might be the one you’re looking for.
This comforter is 5% premium white goose down and 95% soft white goose feathers, coated in 100% 233 thread count cotton. So, unfortunately, it isn’t completely made of down, but what it lacks in that department it makes up for in other areas. The comforter comes in twin, queen, king, and California king sizes. A stitched baffle box design prevents shifting of the feather filling, and it is made to be hypoallergenic and allow for easy removal of smells and stains.
Customer reviews are divided regarding this product. Some say that it is lofty, warm, cozy, and has excellent value for its price. Others claim they could feel the feathers in the comforter poking out, or that the material was crinkly and uncomfortable. Basically, the bottom line of this product is that you get what you pay for; it’s not a bad deal.
As suggested by its brand name, the Royal Hotel comforter promotes the idea of luxury with a 300-thread count, 650+ fill power hypoallergenic cotton cover, providing the right amount of medium warmth for comfort throughout the year. It comes in twin, queen, and king sizes. Like many comforters, it also has a box-stitch design in order to prevent shifting of the down within.
It is also dry clean only and is not safe to wash in a machine, and it requires puffing up before it can reach the loftiness that it promises. However, it seems that the stuffing may slowly fall out over time and that it can be difficult to get the comforter to stay puffy after that. It is also not mite-proof, so that’s something to take into consideration before purchasing. This is one of the more expensive entries in this category, but if you’re willing to spend, it certainly is more comfortable!
This comforter is a bit on the expensive side, but with 75% white down and 25% white down feathers on a 100% cotton cover with a 233 thread count, it can definitely be said to be worth the money! It is also meant to be usable for all seasons.
It is available in twin, full/queen, and king sizes, but it’s worth nothing that this comforter is not machine washable and needs to be dry cleaned. Reviews state that the comforter can be slightly crinkly and noisy, and some of them need to be washed upon arrival due to a strong chemical smell. However, once the product is washed, the smell will no longer be a bother.
This comforter is filled with a fluffy stuffing of 60% white goose down and 40% down alternative, with the covering then being stitched to be down-proof to prevent the poking of feathers. It is also sewn to have a consistent fluffiness between the double-edged box stitches. It is recommended that the comforter is dry cleaned and it comes in twin, queen, and king sizes.
The sheets are hypoallergenic and the product is very generously filled so that it is completely soft and warm, although it may not be lightweight enough for warm nights. Reviews are all positive regarding this product, although there may be some issues with slight crinkling noises and a bit of shedding here and there. However, this is great for the price, especially if you’re searching for something not too pricey that offers a good quality.
Best Down Comforter Under $200
This category is for high-end comforters that have only nearly 100% genuine goose down, usually accompanied by high thread counts for increased comfort and a much better quality than previous entries. Warranty is longer for these products, but it is worth noting that you will need to contact the manufacturer to find out more about them.
Due to the use of almost 100% down, some issues may arise with these comforters in terms of shedding and leaking feathers, and the other kinds of problems typically associated with down. However, these issues are not common and only happen rarely.
This 1200 thread count comforter is made from Egyptian cotton and stuffed with 100% Siberian hand harvested white goose down, with a minimum of at least 75% down in every comforter. It has a fill power of 750+ and is designed for all-around comfort at all times of the year.
Various sizes and versions of this comforter are available, and it is extremely warm even in the coldest of nights. Its lightweight nature makes the warmth all the more surprising, and it can even be used on warm nights.
Reviews as of late have revealed that the feathers may shed as time passes and that it can be a challenge to get the comforter to fluff up as you would want it to. The lack of secure stitching means that some lumps can appear if you aren’t careful. With that being said, the comforter is inexpensive for its thread count. Buy this, if you’re searching for a taste of luxury at a lower price.
The Pinzon Hypoallergenic White Down Comforter is made with a 400-thread count, 100% cotton shell and is comprised of a 40-ounce white down filling with 600 fill power. The filling is made up of 75% white down and 25% fiber fill. Baffle-box stitching in a patented construction, this comforter keeps filling in the correct places while maintaining a thick feel. Made in the USA, this item comes in twin, queen, and king sizes and is designed to provide medium warmth for year-long use. It is machine washable and dryable, so it is convenient to clean as well.
Some reviews claim that this comforter can last for years and remain high quality even after multiple washes. There are some issues, though, with the shedding of feathers as it seems to happen rather frequently. If you are searching for a comforter that caters to various temperature preferences and is of relatively high quality, and you don’t mind sweeping up feathers now and again.
Made from 100% Egyptian cotton, this comforter has a thread count of 500 and a fill power of 650. It is stuffed with hyperclean Pyrenees down and comes in various sizes, with each one might slightly larger in order to provide a drape over the edge of the bed. This product is made in the USA and comes with a limited warranty that lasts 10 years. It has a baffle-box design to prevent shifting and allow for a thick, plush feel.
A barrier fabric is sewn into the edges to prevent down and feathers from leaking out of the comforter. This comforter is designed for year-round use. The downside to this product is that the down may not be evenly distributed, to begin with, making it difficult to have a completely evened out product. But if you want a comforter that doesn’t shed and has a 500-thread count of comfort.
The Eddie Bauer White Goose Down Comforter is designed with hypoallergenic 700 fill power white goose down that is covered with 350 thread count damask cotton. It is designed to be lightweight for summer months and warmer nights and is manufactured with sewn thru construction that aids in the release of excess heat. Made in the USA, this product is fully machine washable and dryable, making it easy to care for and keep clean.
It is 100% down, with no feathers poking through the fabric, so it is comfortable and reliable all at once. It only comes in queen and king sizes. If you want a comforter that will keep you warm on freezing winter nights, this is not the one for you – but if you are in search of an excellent comforter in warm climates.
This filled in Canada comforter is made of 100% densely woven cotton and has a 625-fill power and a 260-thread count, and it is filled with European white down. The covering is down proof to prevent loose feathers from poking through. In addition, the entire comforter is treated with a sanitizer to prevent the growth of bacteria for several years.
This product comes with a 15-year warranty and needs to be dry cleaned. It also comes in many variations, from sizes that include twin, full, queen, king, and super king, and stuffing levels of deluxe fill, standard fill, and summer fill so that you can choose exactly what you want in your comforter. It is stitched in baffled boxes to prevent shifting, with gusset along the edges for maximum fluff.
However, there is a downside – the fabric isn’t the most durable, and feathers can leak out through small tears that form. But if you like customizing your products and have something very specific in mind.
Best Down Comforter Under $500
Down comforters within this price range should be of a good quality, and as comfortable as you would expect. These products are not of the highest quality, but that does not mean to say that it's not possible to find a comforter that will last you a very long time and help you to have a very nice nights' sleep.
Available in a wide range of sizes, and prices, warranties on your comforter will differ as per the manufacturer, but you should expect them to last at least ten years, and give you the warmth and comfort you're looking for.
The Highland Feather California King white goose down comforter comes in 4 different sizes and has an impressive 15-year warranty. Reasonably priced, this particular product has a good reputation, and it comes hypoallergenic as standard.
Made with Canadian white goose down as the name would suggest, the comforter is thought to be very comfortable, and can be dry cleaned. This particular down comforter stays fluffy for quite some time and has a reputation for being as soft as a cloud. Very warm, and made with down-proof material, you shouldn't expect to be pulling feathers out of the comforter every five minutes.
Customers have stated that this product is big enough to hide your mattress and box springs. The good reputation precedes this specific model and could be on the list of down comforters to look out for.
If you don't want to spend too much money on a comforter, but you would like one that has a good reputation and can keep you warm on those cold nights, this comforter is definitely worth a consideration.
The Highland Feather 35 Ounce Marseille Duvet is available in 4 different sizes, and 3 different fills. This particular product is known as the ‘Summer fill', meaning it's likely to be quite cool, and ideal for those who aren't looking for a thick duvet that they would ordinarily use during the winter months.
With a 15 year warranty, and the ability to be dry cleaned, the Highland Feather duvet has a pretty good reputation and is one of the cheapest within this price range. Customers have stated that they're very happy with this comforter, and some have even said it's the most comfortable one they've owned.
Slightly over-sized, the comforter is large enough to get two people under it nicely, yet warm enough when the nights are a little cooler. With satin cord piping and treated with a sanitizer to ensure the comforter stays fresh, this particular product seems to be great value for money.
The European white down meets stringent Canadian standards, ensuring you get a good quality product, even if you're buying a cheaper comforter. If you want to spend as little as possible on a King down comforter, the Highland Feather 35 ounce duvet could be worth a consideration.
The LaCrosse down comforter comes in 5 different sizes, and amazingly, 14 different colors, depending on the size that you choose. This particular comforter happens to be one of the manufacturers best-selling ones, and it's quite easy to see why.
Machine washable, and with a very impressive lifetime guarantee, the LaCrosse down comforter has a very good reputation. With corner loops that help you keep the comforter in place, you won't need to worry about it coming off your bed at night, no matter how much you wriggle around.
Customers state that this comforter is very warm, even when it's a little chilly outside. One of the good things about this product is it's not supposed to be too heavy, which means you won't have to worry about being squashed while you sleep. Finished with some very nice top-stitching, and with a pleasant walnut color as standard, the LaCrosse down comforter also comes with a box construction to ensure the filling does not move around, even if you do.
Hypoallergenic, and with a 250 thread count, if you are looking for a good comforter that doesn't cost too much, this product is worth considering.
The Highland Feather 35 ounce Ice Land Swiss Dot Hutterite duvet is made from 100% cotton and is filled in Canada. With a 15 year warranty, which is about average for a down comforter, this particular product can be dry cleaned. With a pleasant satin cord piping, this comforter is finished off nicely and will add a touch of luxury to your room.
The 12-inch box baffle has been added to the down comforter to ensure that the padding stays exactly where it should be, which means you are likely to enjoy using it in a good condition for quite some time. If you are worried about your down comforter getting dirty, particularly if you're not able to get it dry cleaned very often, you may be pleased to know that this product comes with antimicrobial treatment, so it stays as clean as it can for years.
Customers have stated that the duvet is in fact very warm, even when the weather is very cold. Although this comforter does seem to have quite a good reputation, you could be paying a few hundred dollars more for a comforter that is of the same standard as some cheaper ones.
Best Down Comforter Under $750
Down comforters within this price range should offer you a little more in the way of luxury and comfort than its predecessor. The thread count is likely to be higher, and there should be more down per comforter too. While this is not the cheapest of ranges, it's also not the most expensive, but you can still find a few bargains that could potentially leave you with quite a luxurious comforter, without you having to pay too much for one.
The Cuddledown 450 thread count comforter is a pretty good comforter that comes with imported materials and is hypoallergenic. This means if you or someone who uses the comforter is prone to allergies, this product will help to prevent allergic reactions. Known as a ‘Luxury' comforter, you should expect superb warmth and comfort for your money.
Customers state that this particular product is “Worth every penny”, and is light, but it's also warm as well. This could be ideal for those who don't like a lot of heavy blankets and comforters on their bed, but who also need to stay warm.
The product itself has been made with cotton sateen, which adds to the comfort, and the European white goose down filling should keep you nice and cozy no matter what the weather is doing. Free of harmful chemicals, and with a good reputation, if you would like to spend a bit more money on a new comforter, this could be the one to go for.
The Highland Feather 50 ounce carmel Hutterite goose down duvet is almost a mid-range product within this price range. Available in five different sizes, this duvet is sized as ‘Super King', and is known as ‘Deluxe fill', which is one of the three available style names.
With a 15 year warranty, you may be forgiven for wondering why its warranty is the same as some of the cheaper comforters. The reason for this isn't automatically clear, but it may become apparent if you were to compare the warranty details.
Made from imported white goose down, and with a 100% cotton finish, this particular down comforter can be dry cleaned. Customers who have purchased this product state that you can't expect anything better from a comforter and others say it's ideal for a changeable climate.
If you suffer from allergies, you may be interested to know that the down has been treated with an anti-microbial treatment, which could help to reduce reactions (Such as sneezing and watering eyes).
Although this 50-ounce carmel Hutterite goose down duvet does have a good reputation, you will be paying a lot more money for something very similar to other products made by this manufacturer, the only difference is the size.
The Cuddledown 450 TC down comforter (Twin) is one of the cheapest products within this price range, even though it does have quite a good reputation. The reason for the lower price is likely to be the size. A smaller size means you won't have as much material, and therefore there will not be as much down packed into the comforter.
If you have a twin bed, however, this particular product is a good idea. Customers who have previously purchased this down comforter have stated that although the duvet isn't thick, it is pretty soft, and some have even stated they've decided to stay in bed longer, just because of this products softness. With some good reviews under its belt, you would expect the price of the comforter to be a little higher, but the good news it's still pretty reasonable when it comes to a twin comforter.
Please make sure you double check the size of the down comforter you need, as different manufacturers often have different sized products. Avoid disappointment by measuring up, and ensuring you get the right size comforter for your bed.
The Legends Geneva Hungarian Goose down comforter is pretty low in price, even for a king comforter. One of the reasons for the lower price could be due to its color.
Coming in ivory as standard, this comforter does have an off-white effect, which isn't as popular as the manufacturers may like to think. Most people associate the color white with comforters, so an ivory colored one may leave them feeling that perhaps something isn't quite right.
If you do like this color, however, you can be prepared to pay a lower price than you probably imagined, for a comforter that can be dry cleaned and comes with a 15-inch box construction to keep the filling exactly where it needs to be.
The manufacturer claims the down exceeding hypoallergenic government regulations, which means those who have allergies may find this a pleasant down comforter to use. The box stitching has been added to ensure that no matter how much you wriggle around, the down won't make its way to one end of your comforter, which means you get the warmth you need, every night.
Best Down Comforter Under $1,000
If you are looking for one of the best comforters on the market today, then you're looking in the right place. Down comforters that cost between $750 and $1,000 are likely to give you the level of quality that you expect.
If you have enough cash to splash out on a touch of luxury, these comforters will not disappoint. With an estimated 800 fill, these products offer an extra level of softness, and warmth too, ensuring your nights sleep is very comfortable and will give you that touch of luxury you're looking for.
The Cuddledown 450 Thread Count, down comforter (King) is a reasonably priced product, but it still manages to have some good customer feedback. Made with European white goose down, you can expect a quality comforter as this is some of the best down you can use.
Made in the USA and described as being ‘Extra soft', if you want a luxurious nights' sleep, this is the comforter that is likely to offer you that. Customers who have purchased this product have reported that this particular comforter is very soft, and it doesn't seem to weigh very much at all.
The length of the comforter is reported to be a little lacking on a king bed, even though it clearly states it is made for a bed of this size. Warm, and one of the lower priced comforters within this range, if you are looking for a product that drapes down the sides of a king bed, you may have to look elsewhere.
However, the Cuddledown comforter does have a reputation as being very soft, and it is nicely filled with plenty of down, but it simply may not be big enough for king beds, and that's a bit of a letdown.
The Cuddledown 1000 Fill Power Batiste Down Comforter (Queen) is one of the most expensive comforters you will find within this range. If you would like to enjoy a high level of comfort, and a touch of luxury. With 1000 fill power, you can expect more down in this comforter than you would get in lower priced ones.
More down means more comfort, but there is also the potential for allergic reactions too. The manufacturer is not stating (At the time of writing) whether the comforter is hypoallergenic, so you may want to make some checks yourself if you suffer from allergies. With the usual box stitch construction, you can expect all that lovely down to stay exactly where it needs to be.
Customers who have purchased this product have stated that they've had difficulty keeping it aligned in a duvet cover, which can be annoying. On the other hand, they have also stated that it does keep you warm during the winter months, and is quite comfortable.
Known as the ‘Ultimate lightweight comforter', although it does have a high fill level, and is quite pricey, you may be better off looking elsewhere for a more luxurious model.
The Cuddledown 800 Fill Power Batiste Down Comforter comes in Queen size and is known as a luxury comforter. Made in the USA, and filled with European white goose down fill, you can expect to enjoy a very comfortable and warming nights' sleep.
Free of harmful chemicals, and made to ensure you only get the highest standard of down in your comforter, the manufacturers have ensured they have created a very nice product. At the time of writing, shipping probably isn't as good as it could be, with the estimate between one and three months. If you are looking for a comforter that you would like to use very soon, you may want to buy another product instead.
The good news is this comforter is hypoallergenic, which can help to prevent those sniffles and sneezes, and the cotton sateen helps to give the down comforter a very nice finish. Slightly expensive, but not the priciest, the Cuddledown Batiste comforter could be a nice addition to your home and offer you the warmth and comfort you crave.
The Cuddledown Power Batiste Down Comforter is once again one of the highest priced comforters within this price range, but it does come with 1000 fill power. This means there is a lot more down in this comforter than there is in other similar models.
Although the manufacturers have not stated that this is a twin comforter, it certainly has the same measurements as its twin counterparts, and will, therefore, be suitable for a twin bed. If you would like the down comforter to drape over the edges of your bed, you may want to opt for an over-sized twin, as this particular is a little too small for that purpose.
Made in the USA, using European goose down, this comforter is lightweight, yet quite warm, which means you won't need any big and bulky blankets to keep you warm. Using a box stitch construction, the manufacturers have ensured that the down stays exactly where it needs to be, no matter how much you move around at night.
If you would like to use a cover on top of the comforter, please note that the comforter may move around inside it, if it isn't securely in place. A good quality comforter, at quite an expensive price, but ideal if you want that touch of luxury while you sleep.
What To Look For In A Down Comforter Buyers Guide
Down is the soft part of the feathers of waterfowl like duck and geese; the light, fluffy cluster hidden just beneath every feather. It’s an incredibly soft, warm, and cozy material and can be used to stuff blankets, pillows, and anything else you’d like to be comfortable. A down comforter can be a fantastic investment for those who want a little extra comfort as they drift off to sleep at night.
tAlthough usually used for cold seasons, some comforters are made to be lightweight enough to provide a nice blanket for summer, too. But down comforters tend to be expensive, and it’s not easy to find one that works exactly how you want it to. As such, you’ll need to be aware of the things to look for in a down comforter.
This refers to the number of threads per square inch of a product. The quality and texture of your comforter depend on this factor, so it’s important that it has one of at least 260, especially when it comes to down comforters. A thread count too low can cause feathers and down to slip out from the gaps in the thread. In addition, a comforter should not be crinkly or noisy, which often happens in lower quality ones.
This refers to how much the down in the comforter can fill up. High quality down has a high fill power, meaning it offers more insulation, and of course, that means it’s fluffier and loftier. Down that has a high fill power will create more lightweight comforters, as it requires less filling to stuff to the brim. A good fill power is about 550 to 750.
Some have trouble with getting allergies from down, but this isn’t a very common concern. It’s more important to make sure that your down is of a high quality so that it doesn’t collect dust that results in allergic reactions. If not, the comforter itself should be made of hypoallergenic materials.
A problem that can arise with down is that it may shift inside a comforter and leave awkward and uncomfortable lumps all over it. That’s why box stitching and baffle boxes are important in down comforters. These essentially form boxes that trap certain amounts of down inside them to keep the structure of the comforter uniform.
There’s a big difference between down and feathers. Down is completely soft, but feathers have stems that may poke out through a comforter. It’s only natural that a down comforter has some stray feather in it, but it shouldn’t be too much that the surface becomes uncomfortable. A down proof comforter fabric will prevent these feathers from coming through.
Down vs. Down Alternative
How much genuine down is in your comforter? Cheaper comforters will probably use down-alternatives, which are basically materials that feel like down but aren’t. More expensive comforters will likely have a mixture of down and either alternatives or feathers, and the highest class of comforters will be 100% down.
Down fill level
The ideal down fill level will depend on your individual preferences. Some people are happy with an 800 fill comforter whereas others may prefer a 1000 fill comforter instead. If you would like your comforter to have as much fill as possible, you should opt to buy one of the most expensive ones you can find.
If you would like your purchase to be protected, you may want to take a look at the manufacturers warranty. A warranty works as a guarantee that the manufacturer will repair or replace the down comforter should a fault develop with it.
The warranty is usually available within a specific period of time (Often 10-15 years for comforters), and you'll also find there are specific conditions included. This means that you may not be covered for spilling red wine on your nice new comforter, but you could be covered if the comforter doesn't work as well as it claims to. If you would like to make a claim on your warranty, you will have to check the details first, as there will be specific conditions.
Before you purchase a down comforter, it's worth your while checking out what is covered by the warranty. Every manufacturer has their own idea as to what they think should appear on the warranty, so please don't automatically assume every product is similar.
Some brands offer extended warranties, but they usually do so for a price. If you would like to extend your warranty for whatever reason, please speak to the product seller as soon as you can.
Some of the top brands of down comforters on the market right now are:
- Highland Feather
All of the above brands and comforters that have been evaluated have been found to be some of the best on the market at the time of writing. There are many other brands available, but from the few that were selected, these came out top.
Typically they offer a high level of comfort and durability, along with an impressive warranty, and price. Some of the above products do differ in price, but the cheaper ones may have been just as good in terms of quality than some of their expensive counterparts. This is why it always pays for you to shop around.
If you would like to buy a new down comforter, it would be wise to take a closer look at the above products. You may end up sleeping under a down comforter that helps you to get a better nights' sleep, thanks to the extra comfort and warmth that it offers.
Down Comforter Q&A
Who should buy a Down Comforter?
Anyone who is looking for an extra touch of comfort and warmth while they sleep should think about buying a down comforter. They are noted for their air of luxury, and of course, being warmer than many regular comforters
How does a Down Comforter help you sleep better?
Again, they offer that extra touch of comfort and warmth, which could help you to sleep a lot better at night
How long will the “new comforter” odor be present?
Not all down comforters have an odor, but if yours does, please be assured that it will vanish within a few days.
How long will my Down Comforter last?
Your new comforter should last up to 15 years, but some often last longer. If you spend a lot of time in bed, you may find that you need to buy a new one more frequently. Take a look at the comforters' warranty, if the warranty is only a few years long, you can expect your comforter to last just over a year. If the warranty lasts for 20 years, your comforter should last for about 20 years too.
Are Down Comforters easy to clean?
This all depends on the product that you buy. Some down comforters can only be dry cleaned, but there are also those that are suitable for use in washing machines. If you would prefer to clean the comforter yourself, look out for one that you can wash at home. Please make sure that you're aware that comforters can take a long time to dry, so you may want to wash them during the warmer months.