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Rumpl Down Puffy Blanket

Rumpl Down Puffy Blanket

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Bulk order shipped! The vendor informed us that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse in New Jersey. Based on the tracking provided, the order is scheduled to arrive on 10/18.
Expect another update from us on 10/19 or sooner if something comes up.
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Just about there! We've been in touch with the vendor regarding the group's order and they've let us know that they are still working to gather and pack the group's order for shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey. We will continue to check in with them throughout the fulfillment process and update the group again as soon as everything is en route to us!
Expect another update from us on 10/13 or sooner if something comes up.
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Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Rumpl Down Puffy Blanket and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them. The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 10/18.
We will keep the group updated throughout the fulfillment process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 10/7.
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I have total buyer's remorse after reading more of the conversations everyone is having here. I was really hoping for a solid-performing quilt to use for camping. Bahhh!
missthang
Don't sweat it too much. I have this blanket and it works fine. Shake it out when you take it out of the compression sack and fluff it up good. No problems here.
It hasn't been that cold where I am, so I haven't had the motivation to test it for warmth. So the Rumpl has sat on my spare bed, and has had plenty of time to puff up to its full loft.
I tried it tonight, though.
Right now it's in the mid 60s F in my house. I'm wearing a T shirt and a medium weight pair of pajama pants. So slightly cool, but not cold.
I was initially lying under the Eddie Bauer down throw and felt pretty comfortable. Then switched to the Rumpl.
It's actually warmer that I expected. I think the loft puffed up more than when I initially examined the blanket. So it's actually filled out satisfactorily. Still, there are some baffles where the fill is sparse. But the others feel fairly puffy.
The Eddie Bauer down throw (which is currently discontinued) has one side that is covered with a soft, synthetic fur. So it's quite comfortable against the skin. The rest of the throw consists of the down filled blanket.
The Rumpl, on the other hand, is covered in the nylon fabric on both sides. So it is initially a little cold on the skin until your body warms it up. Plus it can give that slightly clammy, damp feeling against your skin as your skin aspirates.
In this coolish air temperature, I'd say the Rumpl actually feels slightly warmer than the Eddie Bauer, but you really have to wrap the blanket under your legs and leave no gaps open. Otherwise, it can feel drafty. The Eddie Bauer alleviates this with the furry inside layer.
So it's not as bad as I had initially feared.
The downfall of the Eddie Bauer throw is that it is an actual throw, and not big enough to cover you fully if you are stretched out. The Rumpl, of course, covers your full body. That said, I think I paid something like $45 for the Eddie Bauer throw on sale.
I think the appeal of the Rumpl is that it is fairly light. So it's much easier to compress and transport. But if you are using it as an indoor couch blanket, that's really a moot point.
Overall, the Rumpl is not a bad performing blanket. But I still think the value proposition is questionable. It's a very expensive blanket. I feel like it's more expensive than it should be for what you ultimately get.
Maybe if the QC were a little tighter and all the baffles consistently filled, I might feel a little better. But even then, I feel it's too much money to pay.
Knowing that Costco carries a similar item that is many times less expensive, and may outperform it, doesn't make me feel good about the purchase.
I was satisfied enough with Rumpl's synthetic blanket that I bought two of them. I won't be buying another Rumpl down blanket, however, at least not at this price.
I own two Costco throws, it is excellent product and still avail in store, a popular hit in hammock community, people use it to DIY for high cost under quilt. Double it up to achieve the warmth is still worth every dollars.
Ugh! Bought one of the Cosco throws for $29.95 yesterday, tested it last night, it was warmer, than my Rumpl Down, stuff sack was not as good but the cost of the Rumpl Down was certainly not worth almost 6 times the price. Have made many purchases on Massdrop and this one taught me an expensive lesson-check the price of similar items before committing.
ReadyFreddy
I bought 3 from Costco yesterday... great gifts!! Easily comparable to the Rumpl blanket, at a fraction of the costs
Being allergic to down I would like to see the original puffy blank in queen offered sometime.
Finally a great lightweight (spring-Fall) cover that really works Won't complain about price, but will look at Cosco model for comparison
I received mine a couple of days ago. I haven't tried it for warmth yet, but first impression is that it's REALLY sparse on the down. It almost feels like there's barely anything in there.
Now, I have plenty of down jackets and vests of all kinds of temperature ratings and fill ratings (from bulk duck feathers to 800 fill), down comforters, down sleeping bags, and this is the first one where I'm actually fearful that I've been ripped off for the cost and how little fill there appears to be inside.
Compared to the Eddie Bauer goose down throw, which is my favorite down throw and what inspired me to spring for this one, the Eddie Bauer seems to have at least three times the amount down in each baffle.
I also have two of Rumpl's synthetic blankets and am happy with them. They seem stuffed with insulation you might expect in a sleeping bag.
The down throw, however? No way.
Again, I haven't tried it for warmth yet, so can't pass final judgment. But I have a sinking feeling in my stomach.
I hope this isn't the buying experience that will keep me from buying any more Rumpl products going forward. That's a serious statement. I hate being ripped off, and make my purchasing decisions accordingly.
I will keep you updated, but am very eager to hear other people's experience.
K.T.N
good input thank you have you tired it out for warmth yet?
K.T.N
Any more feedback on its warmth?
Yea, if the Costco ain't water repellent, and you need water repellent, then harken ye why the Rumpl is a hundred dollars more.
You get what you pay for. The Rumpl in synthetic fill I have and it will be able to be washed nicely and last for some harsh use.
The Costco perhaps not. Anyone care to comment on how it washes up?
Can anyone with the Costco Double Diamond Throw tell us if it is DWR, i.e. durable water repellent, which the Rumpl is?
gadgetstorm
Doubtful. Nothing in the Costco Throw description mentions anything about it being water repellent.
$160 for almost the lowest possible CUIN down?!? I must be missing something here...
I'm sorry, $150 for 600 fill power doesn't seem like a deal to me.
All of the orders have been shipped and are now on the way to you! Once tracking is available, you will receive a confirmation email with tracking information. Please allow 24-48 hours for this information to update in the courier’s system.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (http://massdrop.com/helpcenter).
We're also on Instagram! We'd love to see photos of the drops you've received. Give us a follow @Massdrop and tag your pictures #massdrop. https://instagram.com/massdrop
Bulk order shipped! The vendor informed us that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse in New Jersey. Based on the tracking provided, the order is scheduled to arrive on 9/13.
Expect another update from us on 9/16 or sooner if something comes up.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (https://massdrop.com/helpcenter).
Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Rumpl Down Puffy Blanket and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them. The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 9/16.
We will keep the group updated throughout the fulfillment process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 9/8.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (http://massdrop.com/helpcenter).
I ended up joining this drop. The blanket shaves 7 oz off my snugpak jungle blanket. For someone trying to shave weight, nearly a half pound is hard to resist.
Joined! If there is any chance of getting more in the black/rust I would love to change my selection
Is this the correct weight? Just signed up for one but must be 17ozs.
It seems like the blanket itself comes in diffrent colors based on the photos. The pictures upon selecting color doesn't really tell what color the blanket itself is except the edging?
ompen
Looking closely at the photos, it looks to me like the material has that pearly sheen that a lot of the really lightweight nylon and poly fabrics get. So the visible color differences between photos are down to color cast and ambient lighting in the photos and the blankets in all the photos are probably just black with colored edging.
This has already been mentioned but not answered.is the down itself treated with anything to increase/create its water resistance?
mctoome
I could be wrong, but I don't think the down itself is treated. It's the nylon shell that's water resistant due to DWR treatment.
EDIT: The product description on Rumpl's site says "Treated Dry Down feathers allow for regular machine washing."
I have the last blanket rumpl dropped here and I am in love with it. I cannot remember what it is fiilled with, but is this supposed to be warmer or heavy dutier? Forgive the thickness on my end, just a little confused with the fill and ripstop rating.
Mkbnatural
@Mkbnatural - This is the first time we've had a drop for the down puffy blanket, so the one you have is with synthetic insulation. This down blanket is lighter and warmer. Hope that helps!
Who says the Zombie Apocalypse can't be fun? :)
Costco sells a similar product for about $22 with 700 fill. Double black diamond down throw. 12oz down, 16oz total. Don't have a membership?, plenty of people online willing to buy for you for $5-7 additional.
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Thank you!
BHLodge
If you don't have a Costco membership, have a friend buy you a $10 gift card, and they'll let you buy for a day. Then buy your friend a beer.
Love how in most the pictures they are putting the DOWN blanket on the wet ground.. very funny because anyone I've ever known to sleep with down ANYTHING in the back country will go above and beyond to keep his/her down equipment dry. But this doesn't seem like the best drop $150 for 600 fill duck down... EHHH that's a little pricey for the "Cadillac of outdoor blankets" I would rather spend $100 more on Enlightened Equipment Revelation that 850 goose down and has more real world applications.
FWIW I got this for $120 on sale once (picked up 2), so this isn't the best price possible. Love the blanket though.
Is the down in this DWR treated?