Reviews for Buffy Cloud Comforter - Machine Washable Eucalyptus Fabric, Down-Alternative Fill, Extra Fluffy Quilted Duvet Insert with Corner Tabs (Full/Queen)

People say Buffy is really similar to Casper.


Love Love Love Buffy

I have two of these now - one for each bedroom. I'm a light sleeper, so I've tried everything to get good sleep - Casper, Brooklinen, Parachute, and a bunch of other stuff. Every brand seems to sell the same crappy product EXCEPT BUFFY! Buffy keeps me cool when it's hot in my room, and warm when it's too cold. This is simply the best comforter I've ever owned. Hands down.


A well balanced comforter for the northeast climate

But the comforter is in fact quite soft, the eucalyptus fibers are airy and gently conform to your body. The fill is a standard plastic you'd find anywhere else. It can be considered too warm if you run hot, layer up or wear thick pajamas. The Breeze might fill that niche but I've never tried it. The Cloud seems to be fine for me, but I like to dress down and sleep in a cool room. I think people rightly claim that topsheets, duvet covers undermine the entire point of the eucalyptus shell. But there's where the upsell comes in. You can purchase Buffy's sheet set, and duvet cover. Both with the same type of softness as the Cloud Comforter. In fact, I'd say if you're going to buy the comforter, you should at least purchase the sheet set too. Or you can just simply sleep under the comforter and forget top sheets and duvets. In terms of price I don't actually find any of Buffy's stuff to be outrageously expensive, when you consider what market segment they are aiming for. They are competing with Brooklinen, Casper, Temperpedic etc. They are not competing with store brand down alternatives that price less than $100. Store brands may have similar fill and even the boxed stitching, so there's no reason not to consider them when comparing to any of the name brand stuff. So there you have it. A very goofy marketing campaign, superficial climate claims, likely a high margin product that still ends up being close to the mark of the type of comfort they are claiming. And that's what re... Read More