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DeWoolfson vs Cuddledown

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Buy Your Featherbed at Overstock Today! Feather beds are a creation from heaven and are becoming very popular again with the wonderful night's sleep they provide. People report feeling better rested and have a more comfortable night's sleep when they sleep on a quality feather bed.

Feather beds help regulate your temperature while you sleep, by keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. They also cushion your body and, when compared with a traditional mattress, they reduce the number of aches and pains you may feel when you awake each morning.

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4 stars
DeWoolfson

DEWOOLFSON

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Starting from $375

In business since 1983, DeWoolfson has an excellent reputation for high-quality down products, including pillows, comforters, and feather beds. If you've looked at other feather bed retailers, you'll notice in DeWoolfson's photos that their feather beds are much thicker. Their beds tend to be fuller than other brands, by as much as 25% more fill.

When shopping for a feather bed on the DeWoolfson Down website, your main question is this: what percentage of down and feathers are you looking for? You won't find a bunch of photos showing you the different options. Instead, you'll see a chart broken down by the percentage of each kind of fill, starting with the least expensive blend (10% white goose down and 90% white goose feathers), then the mid-range option (20% WGD and 80% WGF), and finally the luxury choice (50% WGD, 50% WGF). Each blend is available in five sizes: Twin, Full, Queen, King, and California King.

Shipping costs on DeWoolfson feather beds may be higher than some of the competition: a standard flat fee of $34. But, they make up for the higher cost with faster manufacturing and shipping; all feather beds are custom-filled and shipped out within 48 hours of purchase, making sure you get a good night's sleep as quickly as possible.

DeWoolfson feather beds come with an excellent warranty: five years from the purchase date. You will need to use a feather bed protector in order to meet the warranty requirements, and naturally the warranty does not cover damage due to abuse, improper care, or stains from perspiration or oils. And, with respect to returns, you can get a full refund - minus any shipping charges - on any unused feather beds still in their original condition and packaging within 30 days of delivery.

Although we were not able to find a Better Business Bureau listing for DeWoolfson, customer reviews across the web were uniformly positive. Shoppers praised the high quality of all of their down products, including feather beds, the friendly and responsive service received from DeWoolfson representatives, and the quick delivery on products ordered.

Their higher prices may put them out of reach for customers on a budget, but DeWoolfson is a fantastic choice for shoppers who want a well-constructed feather bed from a company that has a reputation for quality and great customer service.

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Cuddledown

CUDDLEDOWN

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Cost:

Starting from $139

Originally started as a comforter business in 1973, Maine-based Cuddledown carries a full selection of sleep-related products, from pajamas and sheets to feather beds and more. According to their website, their line of feather beds, comforters, and pillows are all manufactured in the USA and use only "Certified Safe Fabric" with no harmful chemicals.

Their feather bed selection includes a total of 10 products, with options for synthetic or down fill, baffle box construction, and up to 700 fill on the more luxurious end. The website makes it easy what customers have thought of each feather bed, with starred reviews right on the main product listing page. However, don't expect hundreds of customers' input to help guide your decision; the most-rated feather bed only had a total of 20 reviews, and others had 1-3 reviews.

Prices at Cuddledown are average: not the highest prices we found, but not the least expensive either. Shipping costs are higher than some of the other retailers we looked at: expect to pay a minimum of $17.99 for the lowest-priced feather bed, and if your order is over $350 you'll pay a charge of 7% of the order total.

Unfortunately, Cuddledown's track record for customer satisfaction leaves room for improvement. On the one hand, we were pleased to see that they maintained an "A+" rating as an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau ó largely because they've shown that they do respond to complaints. But, those complaints tend to center around Cuddledown's failure to live up to their advertised 100% satisfaction policy. Dozens of customers described the business' failure to respond to requests for refunds, even claiming that the returns weren't received despite the tracking numbers provided by the customers.

Another common complaint is that customers find themselves enrolled in a monthly "VIP Club" with a recurring charge of $14.95 that they never signed up for. Cuddledown's standard response is that the customers were aware of the discount program. If you decide to purchase your feather bed from Cuddledown, pay very close attention to the fine print during and after the checkout process if you're not interested in the monthly program.

While we like the "made in USA" and "100% Satisfaction Guarantee" premise that Cuddledown offers, the high number of customers all with the same basic complaint - that Cuddledown doesn't actually deliver on that commitment - left us feeling like shoppers would do better to check out a more trusted, reputable retailer when shopping for a feather bed.

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Finding a great feather bed is more of a challenge than you might think. With only a few options at local department or specialty stores, it's hard to really compare and contrast different options. Shopping online for a feather bed is convenient and lets you browse a long list of choices.

However, not all feather bed stores are the same. Before making your next feather bed purchase, you should consider the following:

  • Selection. Does the store offer a large selection of feather beds? Do they provide several different brands of feather beds?
  • Prices. How does the cost of feather beds compare between stores? Do they have budget-friendly options?
  • Return policy. In the event you don't like the feel of your new feather bed, what is the return policy? Can you get your money back?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Feather Bed stores available today. We hope these reviews help you find the perfect feather bed for a good night's sleep!

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