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Martha Stewart Essentials Down Alternative Comforter (Various Sizes) EXPIRED

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Macy's.com has Martha Stewart Collection Essentials Down Alternative Comforter (Various Sizes/Colors) on sale for $19.99. Select in-store pick up where available, otherwise Shipping is free on $49+. Thanks daisybeetle
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This reversible comforter is lightweight yet warm. Machine washable.

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Martha Stewart Essentials Reversible Down Alternative Comforter [macys.com] $20 + free shipping - Free shipping is no longer available
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Is the stitching strong enough to tie these together to climb out the window of a prison cell?
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Everything that's not down is "down-alternative". In the old days, this was just called a comforter
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FWIW the Queen definitely didn't fit a Queen, was too small. Same for the King. Returned.
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Everything that's not down is "down-alternative". In the old days, this was just called a comforter
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Is the stitching strong enough to tie these together to climb out the window of a prison cell?
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FWIW the Queen definitely didn't fit a Queen, was too small. Same for the King. Returned.
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I went to the store to see these in person. The cover is polyester and thin enough on the white version of the comforter to almost see through into the insulating material inside.

Bottom line, they look and feel cheap. Yes it's inexpensive but you get what you pay for. It was $24.99 at the store when I went in.
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Is the stitching strong enough to tie these together to climb out the window of a prison cell?
No, I've tried.
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Grabbed a red and black plaid comforter and mixing bowls and flex mats for under $50, thanks.
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They're all polyester, horrible quality.
There summer comforter for 20.00 bucks how thick do you expect them to be at that price.
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I went to the store to see these in person. The cover is polyester and thin enough on the white version of the comforter to almost see through into the insulating material inside.

Bottom line, they look and feel cheap. Yes it's inexpensive but you get what you pay for. It was $24.99 at the store when I went in.
There summer comforters for 20.00 bucks how thick do you expect them to be at that price.I used a promotion and got two queen sizes for 30.00 bucks.
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Perfect for summer and you can afford a $500 duvet cover from Pottery Barn!
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