Walmart Walmart.ca: Royal Elite White Down Duvet, King Size $99 (Regularly $198) 50% off King Size Down Duvet

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There's a great deal on at Walmart right now! You can grab this Royal Elite White Down Duvet in King size for just $99.00. It's regularly $198 so you're getting 50% off -- and it ships for free!

While the other sizes are on sale as well, and worth checking out, but the King size is by far the cheapest!

  • Twin - $111.00 (regularly $273.48)
  • Twin/Double - $148.50 regularly $343.68)
  • Queen - $139.98 (regularly $168.00)

The white down duvet has a 223 thread count, cotton shell with baffle box construction and double stitching. It's hypoallergenic and made in Canada. At this price, it's great to have on hand for guests -- or just to layer on for an extra-cold night!

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    • Any recommendation for the cover with reasonable price?
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    • Yep, seems expired
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    • Price up to $198.
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    • Perfect warmth for a Canadian winter, My daughter will Love it
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    • I found the royal elite goose feather down duvet is even cheaper
      It’s just $77 for king size in Walmart

      May I know what’s the difference between a goose feather duvet and a white down duvet?
      It's been covered in this 2 page long thread.
      Maybe for 20 page long thread, but 2?
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    • I found the royal elite goose feather down duvet is even cheaper
      It’s just $77 for king size in Walmart

      May I know what’s the difference between a goose feather duvet and a white down duvet?
      So you’re comparing two different things here: feather vs. down and goose vs. duck.

      Down > feather as it’s softer and has no sharp bits poking out through the comforter
      Goose > duck as apparently duck might have an odour.

      So with a goose feather duvet, you’re getting less odour but a potentially more pokey one, especially since the thread count on the shell is low. Personally, I would value the duck down over goose feather.
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    • I found the royal elite goose feather down duvet is even cheaper
      It’s just $77 for king size in Walmart

      May I know what’s the difference between a goose feather duvet and a white down duvet?
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    • Purchased a few duvets over the last 5 years. This is going to be duck and for $99 you’re getting value.

      However I settled on the silk duvet from Costco for late spring to early fall. Then the Hutterite white goose duvet for colder months. Very comfortable and I can lower my thermostat. Game changer buying quality bedding and pillows especially when you get older.

      All good deals with sales and promos from Costco.

      The pacific coast stuff is also good from The Bay when heavily discounted. But lately they seem to be selling inferior stuff at higher prices. The pacific coast stuff I got maybe 3-5 years ago is top notch good value for the price paid.

      Finally, if you are on a budget, the Kirkland goose duvets are good value. Warm affordable and bought them for kids. They love them.

      I’ve stayed with well made goose versus duck down.
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    • I received the twin version today, seems kinda light was expecting some more stuffing but will test out and see, could be warmer than expected
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    • Got mine today and not sure why this isn't get more traction.
      Lighter than my previous one, but a serious upgrade as it replaced a feather down duvet that was leaking feathers all over the place.

      Thanks OP, steal at this price. And a bonus was my duvet cover was a king and I didn't know it (previous duvet was a queen).
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    • Lol and here I am with my temperature set to 25C for the night.
      Hahaha I’m on the opposite side of the spectrum with the thermostat set to 18. Hence why I’m researching duvets so thoroughly!

      @jdewit Good call on the Costco one - in-store pricing is $159.99. I took a look today and looks like Hotel Grand is manufactured by a company called Blue Ridge. I’ve sent them an email to see if they can share fill weight but not holding my breath on a timely response.
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    • Does it stay at that temperature throughout the night? If so, that's really warm for sleeping.
      Lol and here I am with my temperature set to 25C for the night.
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    • This is a unquestionably a good deal but I'll throw out that Costco in-store has 98x108" (significantly larger) 500 thread count 650 fill for $160. Our current duvet doesn't fill our cover completely so someone (usually me :rolleyes: ) ends up under a cover with no filling.
      Wanna trade? Our Royal Elite wool duvet from Costco is bigger than our cover, so it gets all bunched on one side.
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    • this King-sized duvet contains 30 oz of 650 loft down/fill power
      Casper...their loft/fill power is 600 so slightly worse than this one from Walmart/Maholi
      ?? Walmart indicates 550+ fill power, company website shows 600+

      This is a unquestionably a good deal but I'll throw out that Costco in-store has 98x108" (significantly larger) 500 thread count 650 fill for $160. Our current duvet doesn't fill our cover completely so someone (usually me :rolleyes: ) ends up under a cover with no filling. Yeah, it's 60% more. but still relatively inexpensive.

      Edit: $165 online. No spec on fill weight. https://www.costco.ca/hotel-grand-white ... 31504.html
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    • Do people really want bird feathers in their blankets??
      it's not feathers, it's down 🙂👌
      Yea exactly, and you better believe we want that in our blankets, and coats for that matter.
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    • did some research. king size duvets averagely have 50 oz fill. but this one only has 30 oz. so it's not ganna be very warm.
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    • In winter my room is 21-22 degrees C
      Does it stay at that temperature throughout the night? If so, that's really warm for sleeping.
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    • According to the link that @DaLurker sent over (https://www.canadiandownandfeather.com/ ... at-is-loft), you should never machine wash down since it'll make the down all clumpy.

      Also, @DaLurker, if you click the Features tab of the manufacture product page for this product (https://maholi.com/ca/royal-elite-white ... duvet.html), it says that fill weight for the King-sized summer weight duvet is 29 oz. I received my order today and the packaging says fill weight is 30 oz.

      So this King-sized duvet contains 30 oz of 650 loft down/fill power which, according to the link seems like a pretty solid product. However, the Q&A on that product page says that it's only filled with 75% duck down and the rest is feather...

      I'm just doing my research now because I'm very torn on whether to keep it or return.
      Thanks for sharing, really helpful information.

      I currently have a 625 loft, 27oz fill king equivalent summer weight duvet from Canadian Down and Feather, and it’s been great for me throughout the year. In winter my room is 21-22 degrees C, and summer goes up to 23-24 degrees C. I tend to be a warm sleeper to start, and cool down through the night. My wife has a similar duvet, and she starts sleeping cool, and warms up through the night.

      When I shopped for this duvet, I focused on a summer weight duvet and using it throughout the year. I was concerned about buying an all season, or winter weight because I don’t sleep well when I’m hot.

      I used this guide to help me understand the different weight options: https://www.canadiandownandfeather.com/ ... vet-warmth
      Not sure which weight is best for you? Here are our suggestions:

      Summer Weight
      Are you warm at night? No sweat!
      - For those who sleep in warm temperatures
      - For those with warm body temperatures
      Regular Weight
      Not too hot or too cold. This one’s for you, Goldilocks!
      - For those who sleep in moderate room temperatures
      - For those with moderate body temperatures
      All Season Weight
      The perfect companion for chilly sleepers.
      - For those who sleep in cool temperatures
      - For those with cool body temperatures
      Winter Weight
      Show those harsh winter nights who’s boss!
      - For those who sleep in cold temperatures
      - For those with cold body temperatures
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    • how does this compare to the casper down duvet? Recently bought that one with the 25% off posted here
      Hard to compare because Casper doesn't publish what the actual weight of their midweight/lightweight duvets are (generally lightweight would be around 29 oz and midweight would be around 35 oz). They also don't publish what the thread count is for the cotton (lower threadcount = noisier duvet). If you want to ask their customer service team for that information, then you can compare more accurately.

      Their loft/fill power is 600 so slightly worse than this one from Walmart/Maholi (although if the Casper weight was heavier, that would make up for the lower fill power).
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    • Thanks OP. Hesitated on buying it the first time around and missed out, glad to see it restocked. Picked one up.
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    • how does this compare to the casper down duvet? Recently bought that one with the 25% off posted here
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    • According to the link that @DaLurker sent over (https://www.canadiandownandfeather.com/ ... at-is-loft), you should never machine wash down since it'll make the down all clumpy.

      Also, @DaLurker, if you click the Features tab of the manufacture product page for this product (https://maholi.com/ca/royal-elite-white ... duvet.html), it says that fill weight for the King-sized summer weight duvet is 29 oz. I received my order today and the packaging says fill weight is 30 oz.

      So this King-sized duvet contains 30 oz of 650 loft down/fill power which, according to the link seems like a pretty solid product. However, the Q&A on that product page says that it's only filled with 75% duck down and the rest is feather...

      I'm just doing my research now because I'm very torn on whether to keep it or return.
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    • Looked good to me but my wife says no as it is Dry Clean Only.
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    • Good deal, not sure if its warm enough for my house though. I just googled, and they say for cold weather, aim for 600 to 800 fill. So this one probably is more of an "all season" duvet, but I am no expert.
      To understand how warm the duvet feels, need to consider the loft (fill power), and the fill weight. A lower loft, will require more fill weight to achieve the same warmth as a higher loft and lower fill weight.

      I don't see a rating on Royal Elite listing for the fill weight unfortunately, hard to determine whether this is suitable for colder homes.

      I found the information on Canadian down and feather (https://www.canadiandownandfeather.com) very helpful when shopping for my down duvet.
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    • Good deal, not sure if its warm enough for my house though. I just googled, and they say for cold weather, aim for 600 to 800 fill. So this one probably is more of an "all season" duvet, but I am no expert.
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    • it's not feathers, it's down 🙂👌
      The down of birds is a layer of fine feathers found under the tougher exterior feathers. Very young birds are clad only in down. Powder down is a specialized type of down found only in a few groups of birds.

      Source: Wikipedia
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    • Do people really want bird feathers in their blankets??
      it's not feathers, it's down 🙂👌
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    • Do people really want bird feathers in their blankets??
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