YOU MUST KNOW BEFORE BUYING

Tips to Consider While Buying The Best Down Comforter

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Knowledge

Knowledge information. Based on our manufacturing process and understanding that.

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Sewn-Through or Baffle Box comforter ?


No Question Baffle Box...

Nowadays, premium quality products are only made with baffle box stitching design. Still, you have to check before buying a comforter because many sellers have not displayed correct information about the stitching construction how made.

Compare Sewn-Through and Baffle Box Comforters.

The Sewn-Through Stitching construction is most used in today's low costs comforters. These types are less expensive comforters and the simplest way to manufacture them. The two fabric layers stitched together, and there was no isolation (no trapped air) just near the middle of the squares. The sewn-through creates heat and insulation lost between the stitching. That called cold spots.
Threads exposed on the surface easily break the sewing.
When you see threads on the pattern, that most significant sign to recognize the sew-through comforters.
The light, thin fabric under the minor stress at the stitching threads opening tiny holes gets dusting and losing the down in time. (that is why shorter warranty usually 2-5 years)
The visible box pattern stitching manufactured comforter is mainly used in the low cost down alternatives comforters like synthetic fiber fills or bamboo fiber comforters.
In this construction NO baffle box and cold spots all over the stitching lines.
The sewing through comforters is commonly used for summer comforters only with polyester fiber filling.
Sometimes these comforters look flat and hard to shake up without inside air streaming and remain flat with bad thermal isolation.


True Baffle Box or Baffle Wall stitching allows it to expand to a three-dimensional box that evenly distributes the down and isolates without any cold spots. The unique ribbon closes the boxes from migrating the down ( down doesn't shift) and at the same time allows it to rise almost twice higher than sewn-through comforters.
The baffle wall ribbon material allows air to stream inside the comforter to ensure an even temperature at any point. This airstream also helps to fluff up the comforter to maximum loft easily. 

Visible or Invisible stitching

Our comforters are manufactured with high-quality hidden, invisible stitching. The box baffled wall ribbon is secured stitched to the pinched two-layer fabric, sewn inside the comforter in a protected environment. This solution makes the baffle boxes stronger on the top and bottom layer fabric, even accidental stress of the comforter.
Invisible stitching gives more life span, and esthetical straight box patterns fewer wrinkles. Also, provide a healthier sleeping environment without dusting or leaking.


Why is that important?

Visible stitching:

Visible stitching:

-single layer fabric at the square stitching, or sewn through
-shorter lifetime
-dusting and leaking the down over time
-wrinkled surface
-broken pockets allow the down shifting over time
-no baffle box
-cold spots all over the stitching lines

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Invisible, hidden stitching: 

Invisible, hidden stitching:

-stronger double layer fabric on each side
-no leaking, no dusting, healthier sleeping
-longer lifetime
-sewn inside the comforter
-longer life without down is shifting
-higher stretch stress resist
-enforced straight baffled wall 

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Why is that important?

Invisible, hidden stitching closed box baffle box design.

Our comforters are manufactured with high-quality hidden, invisible stitching. The box baffled wall ribbon is secured stitched to the pinched two-layer fabric, sewn inside the comforter in a protected environment. This solution makes the baffle boxes stronger on the top and bottom layer fabric, even accidental stress of the comforter.
Invisible stitching gives more life span, and esthetical straight box patterns fewer wrinkles. Also, provide a healthier sleeping environment without dusting or leaking.


Visible stitching.

Usually, the low-cost, low-quality products are made with visible stitching or designer comforters. Threads exposed on the surface easily get broken the sewing.
When you find dust in the bedroom, you can think about it, your comforter is leaking.
The light, thin fabric under the minor stress at the stitching threads opening tiny holes gets dusting and losing the down in time.
Visible stitching threads are exposed on the surface and often break. Under regular sleep, the comforter gets more stretching forces, the pockets opening between each other, and the down start to shift. The visible stitching threads shrink the fabric and look like a lot of wrinkles.
The visible square pattern stitching manufactured comforter is mainly used in the low cost down alternatives comforters like synthetic fiber fills or bamboo fiber comforters.
In this construction NO baffle box and cold spots all over the stitching lines. That is why the sewing through comforters used for summer fill weight only. 

Comforter Sizing Guide



Size Chart 

Down comforters come in difference construction styles.

On stock European Down Comforter Sizes:
- 100x135cm / 39x53inch Comforter for Kids
- 135x190cm / 53x75inch
- 135x200cm / 53x79inch (4x6 casette or 6x8 casette)
- 135x220cm / 53x87 inch
- 155x200 / 61x79 inch
- 155x220cm / 61x87inch
- 200x200cm / 79x79inch
- 200x220cm / 79x87inch
- 220x240cm / 87x94inch

On stock US Down comforter sizes:
-68x86inch / 173x219cm
-79x87inch / 200x220cm
-88x92inch / 224x234cm
-107x96inch / 272x244cm

How to choose the right down comforter size for your bed

Size NameMattress Dimensions

Recommended Comforter Width

Recommended Comforter Length

Crib27.25 inches by 52 inches
28 to 39 inches
48 to 52 inches
Twin
38 inches by 75 inches
66 to 68 inches
86 to 88 inches
Twin XL
38 inches by 80 inches
68 inches
90 inches
Full/Double
54 inches by 75 inches
79 to 84 inches
86 to 88 inches
Queen60 inches by 80 inches
86 to 88 inches
92 to 100 inches
King/Eastern King
76 inches by 80 inches
102 inches
86 to 88 inches
California King/Western King
72 inches by 84 inches
107 to 110 inches
96 to 98 inches
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