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[Costco] Canadian Hutterite Down Duvet (king $380-$80/ queen $325-$75))

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[Costco] Canadian Hutterite Down Duvet (king $380-$80/ queen $325-$75))

https://www.costco.ca/canadian-down-&-f ... 12544.html


Not many reviews on this online at Costco. I was waiting for a sale on the Kirkland down comforter in store but saw this sale online and I was able to use my $50 off $250 Costco coupon that many people here got for renewing their membership in advance.


Unfortunately the queen is a penny short of $250. Very cheap filler items are hard to find on Costco so I usually just order something I would get in store like diapers or detergent. You pay a little more than in store but I consider it my filler.

Lots of other home and bedding items on sale too.
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I looked at that duvet today, but ended up going with this one (also on sale), as it seems to be a warmer blanket for a similar cost (40 oz of down vs 29 oz for the king size, similar 700+ fill power for both).

https://www.costco.ca/north-home-hungar ... 32866.html

If there's anyone out there who has experience with both brands (or Canadian down vs Hungarian down in general) , can you provide some feedback or comment?
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smrt123 wrote:
Jan 14th, 2020 3:35 am
If there's anyone out there who has experience with both brands (or Canadian down vs Hungarian down in general) , can you provide some feedback or comment?

There is a previous thread and people mentioned them. I cant remember to how much detail but they did mention both in this current thread.
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For anyone looking to INVEST in a down duvet, make sure you take a look at the Hotel Collection down duvet sold at The Bay.
We bought this one or something similar from the The Bay many years back and still enjoying it after so many years.

https://www.thebay.com/hotel-collection ... 0089014056

It is an investment because if you buy a good one and take care of it you probably won't have to replace it for a long time.
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smrt123 wrote:
Jan 14th, 2020 3:35 am
I looked at that duvet today, but ended up going with this one (also on sale), as it seems to be a warmer blanket for a similar cost (40 oz of down vs 29 oz for the king size, similar 700+ fill power for both).

https://www.costco.ca/north-home-hungar ... 32866.html

If there's anyone out there who has experience with both brands (or Canadian down vs Hungarian down in general) , can you provide some feedback or comment?
This was way too warm for 19-20C indoors.
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Bought the King size in early Dec for the same price, they also had the $80 discount and also applied the $50 after $250. It's thinner than i thought when I first received it but surprisingly it's quite warm after a couple minutes under the duvet. I was expecting to be puffy like a cloud like those fancy hotels but it wasn't like that. However it does keep us warm at night so we kept it
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Just for comparison (as I was looking at these the other day) The Bay carries the same brand. I'd imagine this duvet (the Queen size) compares with this one at the Bay https://www.thebay.com/canadian-down-an ... terite&N=0 currently on sale for $562 (again, the Queen size) down from $1200.

EDITED to add:
Ok, so further investigation, the Bay one is a slightly higher quality one. Difference between 'White Down Duvet" and "Goose down duvet". Subtle... Here's the manufacturer...
https://www.canadiandownandfeather.com/ ... gJMFvD_BwE
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smrt123 wrote:
Jan 14th, 2020 3:35 am
I looked at that duvet today, but ended up going with this one (also on sale), as it seems to be a warmer blanket for a similar cost (40 oz of down vs 29 oz for the king size, similar 700+ fill power for both).

https://www.costco.ca/north-home-hungar ... 32866.html

If there's anyone out there who has experience with both brands (or Canadian down vs Hungarian down in general) , can you provide some feedback or comment?
I actually bought this last year winter 2018 and have been loving it ever since. It's lightweight, breathable, and keeps you warm. I saw concerns about it being too warm, and that may be the case if you keep your temperature above 20 degrees at night. My house temp usually drops down at night, so I haven't had any issues of overheating. I would highly recommend it, especially at this price. I bought it full price because I was freezing at night.
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How does this compare to the Kirkland duvet they sell in the warehouse?
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I just bought this down duvet. It is half the price of OP's and has 34oz fill vs 25oz fill for queen size. Also made in USA.

The cover is very soft and does not make crumpling noise as you move it. Also very warm
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The trick is to get two cheaper duvet's, use two in winter and one in summer.
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^ cheaper duvets won't be down filled and using two shitty ones sounds like it might not be breathable
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Hyphy wrote:
Jan 14th, 2020 11:45 am
This was way too warm for 19-20C indoors.
bunnysteps wrote:
Jan 14th, 2020 12:32 pm
I actually bought this last year winter 2018 and have been loving it ever since. It's lightweight, breathable, and keeps you warm. I saw concerns about it being too warm, and that may be the case if you keep your temperature above 20 degrees at night. My house temp usually drops down at night, so I haven't had any issues of overheating. I would highly recommend it, especially at this price. I bought it full price because I was freezing at night.
Thanks both for the feedback. I do turn the temperature down to 12-15 at night, so sounds like the Hungarian one will be perfect!
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cbr600 wrote:
Jan 14th, 2020 6:22 pm
I just bought this down duvet. It is half the price of OP's and has 34oz fill vs 25oz fill for queen size. Also made in USA.

The cover is very soft and does not make crumpling noise as you move it. Also very warm
The fill weight won't be a direct apples-to-apples comparison since one is 600 fill power and the other is 700+ (likely 725-750). The overall ratio of down to feathers will also factor into it. Still, probably not a bad deal at half the price.
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bishop613 wrote:
Jan 14th, 2020 12:13 pm
Just for comparison (as I was looking at these the other day) The Bay carries the same brand. I'd imagine this duvet (the Queen size) compares with this one at the Bay https://www.thebay.com/canadian-down-an ... terite&N=0 currently on sale for $562 (again, the Queen size) down from $1200.

EDITED to add:
Ok, so further investigation, the Bay one is a slightly higher quality one. Difference between 'White Down Duvet" and "Goose down duvet". Subtle... Here's the manufacturer...
https://www.canadiandownandfeather.com/ ... gJMFvD_BwE
White down is duck down while Goose down is obviously from a Goose Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes

I believe both offer the same warmth, as it more depends on the fill power of your duvet (600 fill vs. 700 fill etc, very much like winter jackets)

However, with white (duck) down if it does come into contact with moisture it will give off an odor.

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