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When shopping for a comforter, you will be faced with many different brands, different qualities and different features. Therefore, it is recommended that you have in mind what your needs are, and which brands can deliver what you are looking for.

Kmart Cannon Stripe Comforter

This comforter is made from polyester and features a striped-weave design. Although its weight is heavy, it has an exceptional durability and a high quality appearance that makes it a good deal for a low price. It is machine washable.

Pros

  • It is comfortable and will keep you warm in cold temperatures
  • Tested to withstand tearing
  • Washing did not change the appearance, and it still looked brand new after five machine washings

Cons

  • After frequent washing shrinkage is possible
  • The comforter is very heavy

Luxury Down Alternative Comforter

This comforter is covered with damask-stripe cotton 300-thread count fabric. The fill of the comforter is well distributed throughout the whole comforter because of its sewn-through box design. It is available in full queen and king sizes. It can be machine washed in cold water.

Pros

  • It has a good durability rating.
  • Excellent strength of fabric
  • The comforter is exceptionally warm

Cons

  • Comforter will pill in time
  • It has a heavy weight
  • Design was rated as “average” by customers
  • It is quite expensive

Home Ultrasoft Cotton Comforter

This comforter is made with polyester fill to insulate and also regulate warmth, with its sewn-through box stitching that will keep the fill placed evenly throughout the comforter.

It is available in 10 colors: bay blue bay leaf, aubergine, dark raspberry, coffee, flag blue, nautical red, natural, true navy and pine. It is machine washable. Available in twin, full queen and king sizes.

Pros

  • Durable fabric
  • Appearance did not fade after machine wash
  • It is rated average in weight and warmth

Cons

  • It has a below-average appearance rating
  • If you live in a colder place, you might want to choose a warmer comforter than this brand

Lands’ End PureLoft Box Comforter

This offering from Lands’ End contains an engineered microfiber fill which is an equivalent alternative option to goose down. This comforter is molded with a box line to hold the fill and is available in warm or warmer. Can be machine washed and dried.

Pros

  • PureLoft is lightweight, a great pick for those living in milder climates
  • Buyers evaluated this comforter above average for its appearance
  • The comforter managed a decent appearance through five washes
  • This comforter demonstrated small pilling after a while.

Cons

  • It has an average warmth level, which won’t not be adequate in cold temperatures.
  • The external fabric earned an average quality rating by reviewers.

Silver Comforter

This comforter is particularly intended to lessen bacterial development and smells created by pets. The comforter has antimicrobial properties inside the fill and the spread. Machine washing is suggested.

Pros

  • With high ratings on warmth tests, this one will keep you toasty.
  • Tests didn’t indicate much pilling.
  • The comforter was rated “average” on weight tests; not very substantial, not very light

Cons

  • Washing causes observable shrinkage and influences the appearance
  • Buyers gave this comforter the most minimal appearance rating for down choices, clarifying that they thought it looked cheap.

LuxeFill Comforter

The Covington comforter is intended to give year-round medium warmth, with space and fabric “dividers” for counteracting fill moving. The twin comforter contains of 38 ounces of down option fill within a cotton spread. Machine washable.

Pros

  • This comforter gives incredible warmth
  • The external fabric was extremely solid, so tearing isn’t likely
  • The Covington comforter kept up an incredible appearance through washing
  • This cotton spread earned the item an above-normal appearance rating by buyers

Cons

  • While warm, this comforter is one of the heaviest and it’s most likely best for extremely cold temperatures
  • Perceptible shrinkage has been noticed in the wake of washing, and pilling.

The Company Store Primaloft Comforter

This comforter has a 400-thread count cotton fabric with box configuration to keep up the fill shape. The comforter is accessible in each size in two hues: white and ivory. Dry clean only.

Pros

  • This comforter earned a good warmth rating
  • Its appearance was excellent after cleaning
  • There was practically zero pilling, so the comforter ought to look great for a long time
  • The Primaloft earned the second most astounding appearance score for down choices

Cons

  • The comforter is unquestionably heavy (may not be the best decision in the event that you don’t care for that weighed-down feeling while you sleep)
  • Tests demonstrated average shrinkage and quality, so be wary about tears or repeated cleaning bringing on tears.

Cuddledown Damask Stripe Synthetic Comforter

One of the best names in quality bedding, Cuddledown has the best polyester fill, and has been proven and tested for quality. The damask striped cotton cover offers a look that buyers thought was appealing.

The external fabric is “Oeko Tex Certified Eco-friendly” (which means that it is free from harmful chemicals). If you are looking for lightweight warmth, but can’t resort to down, this is a comforter you should look at. Machine washable on delicate cycle.

Pros

  • The fabric is free of 100 harmful chemicals like formaldehyde and pesticides
  • The comforter keeps its appearance after washing
  • This fiberfill comforter provides warmth without weight.
  • Consumers loved the fabric, especially the look of the damask weave
  • Tests indicated almost no pilling.

Cons

  • Washing brought about minor shrinkage
  • The fabric was not extremely solid and could tear with wear.