Buffy is one of the most popular comforter brands online. They made a splash with their debut model made of eucalyptus fibers. The now offer a lightweight version of the original called the Buffy Breeze that is perfect for people that tend to sleep warm but still want to bundle up. I think it’s ideal for the spring and summer or even year-round for hot sleepers. This comforter is lightweight and the eucalyptus fibers have a sort of silky feel. The Buffy Breeze comes with a 7-day trial and a Full/Queen size retails for $210.
Ordering Your Buffy
Buffy is only available through the Buffy website. After placing your order your comforter should arrive in about 4-5 business days. It comes in a box like the one below. Buffy is one of the few comforter companies that offer a trial period. Although it’s only 7 days, you’ll know right away whether or not it’s right for you. Here are the details per the website:
We offer a 7 night trial period to let you sleep with our products before you commit to buying. Your Buffy will ship within 1 business day via UPS ground (3-5 business days for most customers, next day for NYC customers). After you place your order, a temporary hold will be applied to the card you use at checkout, which may appear as “pending” or “processing” on your account.
If you decide Buffy is not right for you, initiate your return within 30 days by calling (855) 466-4812, Mon-Fri 9:30am-6pm EST.
Here’s what it looks like out of the box.
When you open the box you will find a nice eye mask that pairs well with your new Buffy comforter.
Overview of the Buffy Breeze
In the video below I highlight some of the unique features of the Buffy. You can see from the packaging that they pay a lot of attention to details. You even get your own Buffy sleep mask.
How Much Does the Buffy Breeze Cost?
Here are the prices of the comforter as of this writing:
Construction of the Buffy Breeze
300 thread count cover.
The cover of the Buffy Breeze is made with 100% eucalyptus fiber, also known as lyocell. This is a sustainable material that is sourced from eucalyptus trees and spun into a fiber. Similar to bamboo.
The inside of the Buffy is made of recycled polyester made from bpa-free PET water bottles.
Buffy recommends a dry cleaning to keep its shape and the use of a duvet cover to keep it clean between washes.
My Buffy Breeze Findings
What I first noticed about the Buffy Breeze was how light and soft it felt. It gives you a nice cozy feeling without weighing you down. I found that it’s perfect for summer nights when the AC is on and a top sheet just won’t cut it. The stitching throughout the comforter ensures that the material stays in place so you get even heat retention.
I recommend using a duvet cover with the Buffy and they included loops in each corner so that you can tie your duvet directly to the comforter. This is my favorite method of securing a duvet since clips can often come loose.
My Buffy Breeze Recommendation
If you are looking for a sustainable, down alternative comforter that feels great and is good for the planet, the Buffy Breeze is an excellent choice. As someone who tends to sleep warm anyway, I could see myself using this year round. Since you have the 7-night trial option, you also get peace of mind knowing you can return it if it’s not right for you.
Not only does this mattress feel great, but it will also look great on your bed.