Egyptian Bedding was founded in 2001 by two friends who wanted to bring comfortable, luxurious beddings to people at a reasonable price. They successfully managed this by bypassing the middle man, sourcing the raw materials necessary straight from Egypt and manufacturing the products in house. This means that with all their sheets, duvets, comforters and bed in a bag sets you’re getting the best quality, at the best price.
We’re featuring the Egyptian Bedding Luxurious Down Comforter which is packed full of 100% Siberian white goose down that’ll keep you warm all year round. With a fill power of 750, you’ll feel like you’re in a 5* hotel rather than your bedroom. With 50-ounces of fill, this comforter is light and fluffy but also extra warm in those winter months.
The baffled box design of this comforter prevents the down from shifting too much, so you shouldn’t get any big clumps of down collected together. With a 1200 thread count Egyptian cotton outer, this comforter is fit for a king. And it comes in king size too! It also comes in twin, queen and California king, in case you were wondering.
AIKOFUL is a company that cares about its customers and their comfort. That’s why they manufacture high-quality comforters and pillows made with goose or Muscovy down and covered in an outer shell of soft, durable cotton.
The AIKOFUL Solid White Down Comforter boasts a construction of 90% Muscovy down and 10% Muscovy feather. After passing the down and feather through three cycles of cleaning, they’re extremely lights, fluffy and soft, with a fill power of 700. Even though the filing is lightweight it’s extremely useful for heat insulation and so it’ll keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter! The baffle box design of the comforter makes sure there’s no cool spots and also stops the down from clumping together in one area.
Although what’s on the inside does count, we also need to look at what’s on the outside. In this case, you can look forward to a 100% cotton shell that’s soft to touch and has a thread count of 600. It’s also been certified by Ultra-Fresh, which is a symbol of long-lasting freshness in the textile industry. It prevents the growth of odor producing microbes. With 8 corner loops around the comforter you can easily attach a duvet without it shifting annoyingly. If you love the look of this comforter you can choose from twin, queen or king sizes!
SNOWMAN manufacture a range of bedding products such as comforters, pillows and mattresses! They use only high-quality materials to ensure their products are durable and, more importantly, comfortable. Their comforters come in a variety of colors too, so you can pick whichever suits your décor the best!
The SNOWMAN White Goose Down Comforter has a baffle box design which keeps all the down fill in the right place and prevents clumping. Filled with 65 ounces of 100% goose down, this comforter is super warm and insulating. It’s actually a mix, 60% white goose down and feather and 40% goose down alternative and has a 700+ fill power. The 100% cotton outer shell is constructed specially to prevent down feathers leaking through and it’s double stitched to the edge for durability. The outer material is great for those with sensitive skin because it’s hypoallergenic and resistant to mites. If you like this down comforter you can get it in twin, queen or king size.
Puredown is a company that uses only down and feather to create comfortable, durable and stylish bedding products. Their down comforters, down pillows, bed protectors, mattress pads and duvet covers are all made with the same attention to detail and quality.
The Puredown Stripe Goose Down Comforter is a perfect addition to your bed all year round. Filled with 75% white goose down and 25% white goose feather, this comforter is light, fluffy and perfectly warm. There’s three sizes to choose from; twin, full/queen and king/cal king and they each have a different fill weight. The twin has 28-ounces, the full/queen has 37-ounces and the king/cal king has 44-ounces.
This comfortable and luxurious filling is held together in a baffle box design outer shell that keeps the down in the right place and prevents cool and hot spots. The cover is made from 100% cotton and is soft to touch. It was constructed with double needle stitching and gold satin piping for an elegant finish. For your convenience there’s also loops on all four corners for use with a duvet cover.
ROSECOSE is a brand that focuses on providing functional and affordable down comforters and down alternative pillows. Their products are well rated by consumers thanks to their use of high-quality materials and their stylish design.
The ROSECOSE Luxurious Goose Down Comforter is a stylish white comforter with a functional baffle box design. This design keeps the down from shifting which can create cold spots, not what you need when you’ve just got all snuggled under your new comforter in the winter. Talk about luxury; this comforter is filled with 42-ounces of goose down with a 750+ fill power. This makes it perfect for a winter comforter but probably too hot in the summer.
With all that down you might be worried it’ll leak, but fear not! The outer shell of this comforter is down proof, made with 100% cotton that’s got a thread count of 1200! Usually, an affordable comforter like this wouldn’t have such a high thread count. To make your life easier, ROSECOSE has also incorporated 4 corner tabs to help when you want to put a duvet cover on. If you’ve been won over by this affordable yet functional comforter, you can get it in queen or king sizes.
When choosing a comforter, your first choice to make is whether you want a down comforter or one with an alternative hypoallergenic filling. If you have already made the decision to buy a down comforter, you’re on the right page. If you can’t quite decide which would be the best choice for you, take a look at our review of the top five affordable comforters, which explains and compares both types of comforters.
Before you can decide on a down comforter, you have to answer some questions about your specific needs. Are you a warm sleeper? Are you usually too hot under your current heavy duvet? Do you usually end up sleeping half way out of the cover because the temperature just isn’t quite right? And do you live in a warm climate where the temperature of your room doesn’t usually drop below 70 degrees Fahrenheit? If any of these are true, then you may be looking for a summer down comforter, which offers all the coziness of a regular comforter without the temperature increase.
On the other hand, if you are usually cold at night, there’s a draft in your room or you live in a cold climate area you could be more interested in a winter down comforter. Winter comforters include more fill and use specific materials to increase insulation and keep you warm and cozy even in the coldest temperatures. One of the great things about down comforters, rather than a synthetic substitute, is that even the warmest comforter, with the plushest, fullest feathers packed inside, won’t be heavy and uncomfortable while you sleep.
Now, don’t worry, if you’re sitting there thinking “wait, I’m not hot or cold when I sleep” then don’t panic, one of the joys of buying a down comforter is that you can pretty much customize it to fit your personal needs. You can even buy a comforter with two different fill powers if you and your partner have different warmth preferences. This could save a lot of arguments and cover pulling in the future so could be worth a look! However, these cost a bit more so we didn’t include them in our recommendations.
Still, if at the end of the day you want to feel as warm and cozy as possible after a long day at work, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to envelop yourself in a comfortable electric blanket or snuggle up with a nice body pillow!
Unfortunately, in our review there was only room for 5 comforters but there’s many more out there. For example, you can get a Heavy Weight Hungarian Goose Down Comforter perfect if you live in a cold climate. Having a comforter with a Hungarian down filling does cost quite a bit though. Lucky for everyone, there’s also some super budget friendly options under $100 like the Quilted ‘n’ Cozy Luxury Down Comforter. The thread count on this one is a little lower than average though, at 300.
Another budget friendly option is the WENERSI White Down Comforter which actually has a thread count of 600 and a fill power of 700+. This is a good deal for a budget comforter. If you wanted to just look at a budget friendly brand, Amazon’s brand, Pinzon, has a lot of options including summer, winter and all year-round comforters.
We understand that you might not have the money to splash out on the absolute best goose down comforter which could easily set you back $1000, or more. However, we do think that there are certain things we own that are worth spending that little bit extra for great quality and design.
When you’re deciding what budget you have for a new item, the first thing you should consider is how long are you expecting to use this thing for? If it’s something you will use a few times, then throw away in a month or two, you obviously don’t want to break the bank. However, if it’s something you use regularly and will last you years you might be more willing to pay a little more for quality.
This applies exactly to choosing a down comforter. With the right care, a down comforter could last decades. Also, we don’t know about you, but for many people, one of the favorite parts of the day is crawling into bed after a long and stressful day under a fluffy, warm, cozy comforter that instantly makes you feel relaxed. Getting a good night’s sleep can reduce blood pressure; make you healthier, happier and slimmer (you can burn around 60 calories in one hours sleep) which is why we think it’s acceptable to stretch the budget slightly for something you will use every day and will last years.
To give you a variety of options, we have chosen 5 down comforters at just a few hundred dollars each which offer great quality and various models to suit you. If these are more than you want to spend, please check our Comforters Under $150 review for two other good quality down comforters, as well as some nice down alternative comforters, that we recommend.
Down comforters, or any comforters for that matter, don’t really come with any added “features” as such. The only features you need from your comforter are style, temperature control and a luxurious, cozy feeling that makes you excited to crawl into bed each night.
Probably the most important consideration when choosing a down comforter is the construction and design. When it comes to design, we have chosen all white comforters as a neutral base to make your decision. You can always choose another color comforter or use it inside a duvet cover. This means you can change the design and color to suit your mood and also, doing this will prolong the life span of your down comforter.
The construction of your comforter is based on 4 main factors:
In order to assess how well a product performs, you need to know what you expect from it. With down comforters, a main factor you want to assess, is how well can it keep you warm/cool? For this, you should consider not only the fill power, but how the materials used are optimized for temperature control. One of the most accurate ways to assess the performance of a down comforter is through what real customers have to say about how they performed. It’s easy to look at all the numbers and think you’ve made the right choice, but the best way to decide is to see how those numbers translated into real experience.
One of the perks of choosing a down comforter, rather than a down-alternative, is the weight. By using down, these comforters can provide warmth without being extremely heavy. This will help when it comes to making the bed in the morning or changing the cover if you choose to have one. Also, you should consider how you will clean your comforter. Some down comforters need to be spot cleaned, which can be time consuming and does not neccessarily thoroughly clean your comforter. Others are machine washable or need to be dry cleaned. You might also want to consider how often this needs to be done. Usually with down comforters, especially if they are a duvet insert style and have a cover, this only needs to be done a few times a year