Slumberdown Duck Feather Pillow Pair £ 9.99 @ Aldi [orderonline / in-store on sunday 18th dec] - HotUKDeals
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Slumberdown Duck Feather Pillow Pair £ 9.99 @ Aldi [orderonline / in-store on sunday 18th dec]

£9.99 @ ALDI
Brand: Slumberdown Dimensions: Approx 74 x 48cm Filling Material: 4-6 cm white duck feather Iron: No Machine Washable: Yes Material: 100% Cotton Product Type: Pillows … Read More
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Brand: Slumberdown
Dimensions: Approx 74 x 48cm
Filling Material: 4-6 cm white duck feather
Iron: No
Machine Washable: Yes
Material: 100% Cotton
Product Type: Pillows
Tumble Dry: Low
Washing Temperature: 40 Degrees
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Argos do a duck filled pair for 2 quid more if you can't get hold of these. Really good quality too
#2
Nice. Thanks op:)
#3
Sold out online, in store only.
#4
Bought 2 (note) 2 packages containing 2(note) 2 pillows each from Aldi about 3yrs ago, and they were terrible. The damn stalks of the feathers kept poking through and sticking me in the face despite me going out to purchase quilted pillow protectors AND pillow cases to prevent me from enduring it. But what annoyed me even more was when I rang Aldi's customer service department, I was told that I had probably picked up a "bad batch"....oh yeh really??...Out of allll the damn packages that were there I had somehow gravitated towards the ONLY TWO packages that were distributed to them by slumberland..(or who ever their suppliers were) and selected the four pillows that came off the production line, escaping the quality controll process...AMAZING!
Dont buy them, their manufacturer will probably never admit they have a problem with them...egnore the reviews they're probably not genuine either

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