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[Costco] Canadian Down & Feather Company Hutterite Down Duvet (also at TSC.ca with cheaper/better options)

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[Costco] Canadian Down & Feather Company Hutterite Down Duvet (also at TSC.ca with cheaper/better options)

EDIT:

Found a better option for the Goose Down at tsc.ca:

Goose Down Hutterite regular weight: https://www.tsc.ca/Canadian-Down-Feathe ... p=12464201
Purchased King: $422 - 84.40 (20% discount from email signup) + 11.47 shipping = 349.07 before tax and 2% GCR
Queen: $364 - 20% + 11.47 shipping = 302.67

Duck Down Hutterite regular weight (same as costco option): https://www.tsc.ca/Canadian-Down-Feathe ... p=12464225
King (sold out): $292 - 20% + 11.47 shipping = 245.07
Queen (sold out): $255 - 20% + 11.47 shipping = 215.47
XL Queen: $314 - 20% + 11.47 shipping = 262.67
XL King: $349 - 20% + 11.47 shipping = 290.67

Duck Down Hutterite all season (heavier) weight: https://www.tsc.ca/Canadian-Down-Feathe ... v=R:625018
King: $334 - 20% + 12.89 shipping = 280.09
Queen: $284 - 20% + 12.89 shipping = 240.09

Full options (pillow included) here: https://www.tsc.ca/pages/productresults ... 6&rd=false
- Hutterite Down Perfect Pillow (Medium/Firm) at better prices than Costco: https://www.tsc.ca/Canadian-Down-Feathe ... p=12464352
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ORIGINAL:

https://www.costco.ca/canadian-down-%25 ... 12544.html

King: $299.99
Queen: $249.99

This is not goose down, but based on the 700+ fill power and the fact that it is Hutterite, it looks to be higher quality than regular white goose down.

While Canadian Down & Feather isn't Downmark (https://www.downmark.org/member-directory) certified, it seems like a decent option based on the price and reviews. Another option I found that is Downmark certified is https://www.costco.ca/highland-feather- ... 12444.html, but one review said that it was too warm for Vancouver. That option is also $499.99 for the King.

I live in the greater Vancouver area and sleep a hit warm so was wanting something for all seasons, so I just ordered one to try.
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Not knocking on the deal, but always wondered why a down blanket is required in a heated home (which all are, to my knowledge). Regular blanket suffices.
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carmageddon wrote: Not knocking on the deal, but always wondered why a down blanket is required in a heated home (which all are, to my knowledge). Regular blanket suffices.
This is rfd, the heat is set as low as humanely possible.
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cire wrote: This is rfd, the heat is set as low as humanely possible.
Lol fair
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Is there a preference on which is better. Goose down or these duck filled hutterite ones?
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Twism wrote: Is there a preference on which is better. Goose down or these duck filled hutterite ones?
I think quality has more to to with the fill power. For example, looking at one of the reviews for the product:
★★★★★
5 out of 5 stars.
· 11 months ago
So happy with this duvet! Exactly what I wanted.

There is nothing I would change about this down duvet! It's perfect. Extremely light but surprisingly warm and insulating. If you're worried about quality with duck down vs. goose down, just look at the 700+ fill power. It rates much higher than most of the goose down duvets I researched (especially in this price range). I live in Vancouver and this is a great weight for February with our bedroom heat ranging between 17 to 19 degrees. [truncated]
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Last night I was going to purchase Canadian down & feather "regular down" pillows. They have now gone up quite a bit in price. The hutterite ones are now on sale.
I am looking for a soft pillow that's doesn't get too warm. Would the hutterite ones be any better?
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carmageddon wrote: Not knocking on the deal, but always wondered why a down blanket is required in a heated home (which all are, to my knowledge). Regular blanket suffices.
What is the point of this post? Are you actually telling people they shouldn't be cold at night? What's wrong with you?
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kingpin748 wrote: What is the point of this post? Are you actually telling people they shouldn't be cold at night? What's wrong with you?
That time of the month ? Read the post again. Genuine question.
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carmageddon wrote: That time of the month ? Read the post again. Genuine question.
I mean, if your kid comes into the room and says they're cold, do you just say, no you're not, go back to bed?
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kingpin748 wrote: I mean, if your kid comes into the room and says they're cold, do you just say, no you're not, go back to bed?
No, I'd probably turn up the heat ? Isn't down for negative or very cold temperatures (worn outdoors) ? If your kid is cold, then there is something wrong with your heating. Hence, the question.
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carmageddon wrote: Not knocking on the deal, but always wondered why a down blanket is required in a heated home (which all are, to my knowledge). Regular blanket suffices.
Haha, but by the same logic, why wear clothes in a heated home then? Your skin and fat should suffice. I'm thinking carmageddon is a nudist who lives in a very warm home.
cire wrote: This is rfd, the heat is set as low as humanely possible.
This is the correct answer though. Mine is off 95% of the year. I'd rather layer clothes or blankets than turn on the heat, that's just the way i was raised.
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thefeebster wrote: Haha, but by the same logic, why wear clothes in a heated home then? Your skin and fat should suffice. I'm thinking carmageddon is a nudist who lives in a very warm home.

This is the correct answer though. Mine is off 95% of the year. I'd rather layer clothes or blankets than turn on the heat, that's just the way i was raised.
It's not the same logic. By your logic, it's ok to wear a down jacket when chilling at home. Anyway, enjoy your down quilts. It was a genuine question.
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carmageddon wrote: No, I'd probably turn up the heat ? Isn't down for negative or very cold temperatures (worn outdoors) ? If your kid is cold, then there is something wrong with your heating. Hence, the question.
Aside from being stingy, what if there are multiple people in the household and they all have different tolerance for heat. It is especially true between men and women. I could be sweating at 22C and my wife would find that comfortable. I prefer 19C but defintiely too cold for my wife. The point is there is not a single answer . It further complicates the issue when you include kids into the equation. Some will compromise by getting a down blanket, some might prefer to turn up the heat.

A quick search on google showed "A 2015 study by Dutch scientists, for instance, found that women are comfortable at a temperature 2.5C warmer than men, typically between 24-25C."
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249.99 for Queen. 1 cent short of being able to use my $50 off coupon from the gift of membership. Argh!

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