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We bought a twin for our "rough with stuff" pre-teen son, thinking that for $20 we could afford him inadvertently destroying it with some science project or another. We were so impressed with the price/value that we ordered one in queen for ourselves after going renegade on our previous dry-clean-only comforter out of frugality.
chakolate wrote:Is it as warm as a down comforter? I'm sick to death of buying so-called 'down alternative' that are supposed to be as warm as down, only to find they're nothing of the sort.
My apartment is 45 degrees at night, at best. I need *warm*, not 'I turned down the thermostat to 65 and I'm chilly'.
No. It's not that warm. And you shouldn't expect any typical consumer product to be so. It would be absurdly overwarm for those of us who actually heat our homes. :P
Wooting gleefully since 2008
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ThunderThighs wrote:Kinda like when we ran netbooks every day of the week?
More like Sansas, Roombas, Optoma/ViewSonics, Dell Mystery Boxes (still have 2 unopened!) and Lemonaiders.
I have enough woot! crap to create my own Basket of Chocolate day.
2017 is going to be the year of the "PURGE"
900+ woots! - Talk to the Square or don't