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Comforters in Northern European hotelsss

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You've seen them, in places like Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, Austria.

Presumably they're down comforters but they don't buch up like the ones in the US nor leak out feathers like the ones I've had. They're thicker like down comforters than the thinner ones with insulate material like Holofill.

Main thing is that they're smaller than comforters in the US yet they do a good job of weighing down the edges so that no drafts get in.

And the non-bunching is a big deal.

Anyone try getting these for home use?

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