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AngeloHOME Microfiber Sheet Set - 4 Sizes

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lichme


quality posts: 2652 Private Messages lichme

Silly woots. How can you sell sheets without listing thread count?

CharlesP2009


quality posts: 27 Private Messages CharlesP2009

Thread count? What's the thread count?!?!?!!?

whatsamattaU


quality posts: 1068 Private Messages whatsamattaU

$19.99 tonight
The best I can do is going to the Angelo:Home website, find sheets that are almost the same, and show you QVC selling it (and all they'll say is they sell no less than 300 count sheets):
http://www.angelohome.com/products/view/peached_sheet_set_with_piping/

http://www.qvc.com/CatalogSearch?langId=-1&storeId=10251&catalogId=10151&keyword=angelo%3AHome+Peached

with prices from $23 to $33. It's a guess as far as if these are directly comparable.

Good night.

thericochet


quality posts: 24 Private Messages thericochet

100% polyester sheets.

TheMediaLies


quality posts: 0 Private Messages TheMediaLies
CharlesP2009 wrote:Thread count? What's the thread count?!?!?!!?



When they're microfiber/polyester sheets they don't measure or list a thread count as they would with cotton. In my experience they never feel as soft as real cotton, and they don't breath.

whatsamattaU


quality posts: 1068 Private Messages whatsamattaU
TheMediaLies wrote:When they're microfiber/polyester sheets they don't measure or list a thread count as they would with cotton. In my experience they never feel as soft as real cotton, and they don't breath.



Real quick, not sure if this will help:
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_microfiber_in_bed_linen_the_same_as_600_thread_cotton

JoeMarfice


quality posts: 3 Private Messages JoeMarfice
TheMediaLies wrote:When they're microfiber/polyester sheets they don't measure or list a thread count as they would with cotton. In my experience they never feel as soft as real cotton, and they don't breath.



That's really bizarre. I've never known microfiber products to be anything less than silky in texture, far softer than cotton.

Can't say about the sheets, but microfiber shirts and suits don't trap my body heat, and don't make me as sweaty as cotton.

Pufferfishy


quality posts: 38 Private Messages Pufferfishy

If you like sweating like a rented mule, these are the sheets for you.

You've been put on posting probation for this post

whitcwa


quality posts: 12 Private Messages whitcwa
Pufferfishy wrote:If you like sweating like a rented mule, these are the sheets for you.



To the glue factory with you!

whitcwa


quality posts: 12 Private Messages whitcwa

No long twin? Woot, you're ignoring a key demographic- dorm-bound college students.

circusninja


quality posts: 8 Private Messages circusninja

Not sure what they are talking about above me, but this is a great time of year for microfiber.

I have found that they breathe fairly well, and are cool to the touch (if you do not have a blanket on top of you).

Not clingy like satin or silk sheets. But that is my opinion, take it or leave it.

thanson63


quality posts: 4 Private Messages thanson63

Can someone tell me if these are deep-pocketed?

ThunderThighs


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lichme wrote:Silly woots. How can you sell sheets without listing thread count?



These are 95 gsm.



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Magauthe


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ThunderThighs wrote:These are 95 gsm.



Wow! That's amazing!
It even says that right there in the specs!

tymegoesby


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How do you know how much the shipping charges are B4 you buy the item? Thanks! (-:

lichme


quality posts: 2652 Private Messages lichme
tymegoesby wrote:How do you know how much the shipping charges are B4 you buy the item? Thanks! (-:



Shipping at woot is always $5 per order (unless you need it expedited or its a shirt). Load up your cart with everything you want before you complete the checkout.

carochel


quality posts: 1 Private Messages carochel
ThunderThighs wrote:These are 95 gsm.



What does GSM mean, please?

dburn3tt


quality posts: 1 Private Messages dburn3tt
carochel wrote:What does GSM mean, please?



Grams per Square Meter. Cheap sheets can be found at about 75 gsm. Good microfiber towels can go up to 300, but are usually about 250.

So, not cheap sheets, and not towels. Does that help?

bnbsouthworth


quality posts: 55 Private Messages bnbsouthworth
carochel wrote:What does GSM mean, please?



I had to google it myself. GSM = Grams per Square Metre.

Understanding *commercial* linen:
http://www.takeabreak.com.au/commerciallinen.htm

According to this site it's not all about the thread count, because thread thickness is also a factor. 1000 TC (thread count) sheets doesn't mean the threads are thick and the sheets are nice.

Microfiber Sheet Set Guide:
http://www.20lakes.com/microfiber-sheets/

Sheetworld.com says "Does a thicker fabric or a higher GSM mean a better quality sheet? No. The thickness of a fabric does not indicate the quality of the sheet. A cotton flannel sheet is obviously alot thicker than a cotton percale sheet, yet the quality and durability are comparable. "

ThunderThighs


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Magauthe wrote:Wow! That's amazing!
It even says that right there in the specs!



To be fair, we added them.



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ThunderThighs


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thanson63 wrote:Can someone tell me if these are deep-pocketed?



Twin is 12.5” deep
Full/Queen/King 15.5” deep



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dpence1221


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I don't think they are deep pocketed. I was wondering the same thing and notices the measurement on the fitted sheet was 15 inches. The last time i bought deep pocketed sheets I think the depth was at lease 18 inches.

phokus


quality posts: 2 Private Messages phokus

Where's the California King?

RipRap


quality posts: 2 Private Messages RipRap
phokus wrote:Where's the California King?



Sleeping with a California Queen of course.



More than 100 Woots (RipRap is better than everybody else, according to WOOT)
stop asking me to send you my used words. I recycle!

mjc613


quality posts: 47 Private Messages mjc613

According to Zappos.com:
"GSM
GSM stands for Grams Per Square Meter. GSM is typically used to determine the thread count on plush/thicker items such as towels, bath robes, and jersey-style sheets. To determine the GSM for such fabrics, you first multiply the length by the width (in meters) to get the square meter. Then take the weight of the item (in grams) and divide it by your square meter. The number you are left with would be the item’s GSM. Like standard thread count, the higher your GSM number is, the softer and more plush the item is."

So these sheets are soft and plush.
Now tell us the thread count -please?

laart


quality posts: 1 Private Messages laart
phokus wrote:Where's the California King?



+1 on California King request

beenyweeny


quality posts: 0 Private Messages beenyweeny

I actually have a set of these and while the color is pretty...that is the highpoint. I suppose some people might love these but I personally like a soft, hardy, cotton sheet. When you hold these up, you can kind of see through them. And for those of you who drool, you will have water spots everywhere...not that I drool...just sayin.

hammergaidin


quality posts: 0 Private Messages hammergaidin

Nice and soft. Quality leaves a little to be desired. The set I was shipped has multiple errors, and pulled threads.