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Dri Glo 1000 Thread Count QB Sheet Sets $59.95 Harris Scarfe

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Cheapest I have seen 1000 thread count sheets for a while. She grabbed a set today.

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  • If any one wants to know all four colours are the same price.

  • Thank you for posting, big fan of dri glo sheets. I have a set of queen 300tc. Queensland cotton, woven in tasmania. Best sheets I have. Can you tell me if these are australian made?

    • Unfortunately, no, not Aussie made. "Designed in Australia" (made in India).

      • Well thats a disappointment. I paid $120 for my sheets, and although its only 300tc, wow. Even after 2 years, every time I sleep on it my skin feels all tingly like its got an electric charge. Packet at the time said it was cotton grown in qld and woven in tasmania. Only regret is not buying another set. At the time they were doing an experiment selling through their webshop, and after going through dozens of retail shop they were the only australian made sheet set around. I'm guessing it didn't work out, or it pissed off their buyers, because they closed it down a month later and sold all the excess stock to factoryfast.com.au.

        Guessing the 'luxury market' approach didn't work out, and they had to move their manufacturing centre to india.

        Still, india is not too bad. Knowing the history of driglo, I would put more faith in their sheets now, than in other brands selling the same products but made in china.

  • "Cheapest I have seen 1000 thread count sheets for a while."

    I guess you must have missed the deal posted a few days ago then, where 1000 TC QS sheet-sets were $30 each, or $25 each if you ordered two; with free delivery via "VISA-pay"…

    The QS are all out now, but evidently there's still some KS left (if you don't mind "Taupe") for 30 clams a set:

    http://www.oo.com.au/Ardor-Home-Australia-Reversibl_P241480....

    ACTUALLY, isn't there an English word meaning "sleep" (or sommat similar) that sounds like "TAUPE"?!? How appropriate then, to have "taupe" sheets…

    • Nice, so is it possible to get free delivery on the king size ones? I actually like the Taupe colour

    • I guess you must have missed the deal posted a few days ago then, where 1000 TC QS sheet-sets were $30 each

      Yes, I did miss that. Too band no QS left, they are an absolute bargain. Is the word you are thinking of "torpor", which means lethargy or something?

  • Nice, so is it possible to get free delivery on the king size ones? I actually like the Taupe colour

    • Unfortunately, I think not. Their "free delivery with VISA-pay" thingy may have ended by now. I reckon if you order two sets though, you can prolly still get the "$10 off the total" deal (which only applies to a spend of over fiddy clams). So that might help to off-set the price of postage.

      • Ok thanks Gnarly, still a pretty good deal I reckon.

        Never had a 1000 thread count sheet before so gonna buy one to see what the hype is haha

        • M-a-a-a-te, trust me on this one; once you've slept with 1000 TC, you'll never go back to 'povo' triple-figure TC sheets again.

  • thread count is 1/2 the story weight is the other. some aren't woven very tight or they use extra fine threads to save on cotton so beside looking for 100 thread I also compare how heavy they are compared to other brands. same rule applies to towels I buy by weight, and jeans if prices are comparable.

  • POLYCOTTON!!!
    Yes, I looked instore and these are polycotton. I don't want to be a dramatist, but shudder
    Can't stand polycotton.
    Its either cotton or nothin', baby! To me this felt little different than a table cloth

    Though if you go instore (like I did) take a look at the sherriden sheets. 300 thread count long staple 100% cotton. What the dri glo used to be, except these are $180 even with discounts, and made in china.

    • Quite crap then if it's not 100% cotton. Usually when they say polycotton it's advertised as cotton rich. That's where people get tripped up they see it saying 1000 thread count but don't see that it's actually a combination of cotton and polyester. Avoid this bed sheet.

      Get a real 100% Cotton (preferably Egyptian cotton) 1000 thread count bed sheet. Once you do you'll never go back to crappy polycotton.