Hotel collection Hungarian goose down comforter review

Hotel collection Hungarian goose down comforter

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What can be more satisfy than sleeping in a comfortable comforter on your bed every night? But even how many money you spend, it isn’t always guaranteed that you’ll get what you want. So in this post, I’m going to give you a detailed review of the Hotel Collection Hungarian goose down comforter and throughout down comforter guide – downcomforterguides.com.

Hotel collection Hungarian goose down comforter review

Product detail

The comforter is covered with 600 thread count pure Pima cotton cover and filled with high quality Hungarian hypoallergenic white goose down. The fill power is 700 which is quite high. All of Hotel collection products are filled with Ultra Clean Down which has been carefully purified using a special washing process so it isn’t likely to cause any allergic reaction. And it is machine washable.

Pros

Pros and cons

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The 700 fill power will definitely make you feel so warm that you wouldn’t want to leave your bed. And the hypoallergenic material is a great improvement. And the 600 luxury thread count will definitely keep your down in place. If you’re allergy to down and haven’t had the chance to try a down comforter, now is your chance. And the machine washable feature is really neat. Down quality is amazing, it’s soft, light-weighted but still very warm.

Cons

The only thing to complain is that the price is quite high for the average user so you should consider your budget before buying this.

How to choose a down comforter

Here’s how you should choose a down comforter

Fill power

fill power

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This will determine the warmth of your comforter. Depends on how you want to use it, there are 3 different categories of fill power to choose from. Bellow 300 fill power is suitable for an area with warmer winter. The 300-500 fill power has an average warmth so can be used as a year-round blanket. And the 500 and above is perfect for freezing winter. There’re also options for 900 fill power but I must say, this comforter will make you feel really hot. Unless you are living in the North Pole, you wouldn’t want to use these to sleep.

Down type

Down vs synthetic

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There are 2 different down types:

Natural down

They are often made from goose or duck down. Natural down can provide a better comfort and warmth. But sometimes, they could cause allergy to the user. And natural down usually cost more than synthetic down (obviously)

Synthetic down

This can sometimes call “alternative down” since their purpose is to replace natural down. There are many different synthetic downs, each one will have its special functions. But they often fail to deliver the quality of natural down.

Material

Material

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Thread count

The number of thread count will determine how tightly woven is the fabric. The tighter it is, there’ll be less chance for the down inside to slip out.

Fabric

This is the barrier that keeps down inside the comforter and not leaking out. A high-quality fabric is designed to keep your comforter last forever.

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