Pointehaven 200 GSM 法兰绒床单套装，单人床，印花，高山 Snow Drop 加州King size FP200-CK-SND
- 单人床：177.8 x 100cm 床单，99.06 x 190.50 cm + 45.72 cm 床笠
- XL 码：177.8 x 264.2 cm 床单，99.06 x 203.2 cm + 45.72 cm 床笠
- 双人床：213.36 x 254 cm 床单，137.16 x 190.50 cm + 45.72 cm 床笠
- 加大双人床：238.76 cm x 269.24 cm 床单，152.40 cm x 203.20 cm + 45.72 cm 床笠
Pointehaven 200 GSM/6 oz. 100-Percent cotton flannel sheet set comes in Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King and Cal King sizes. Available in 4 patterns, 5 solid colors and matching duvet sets.
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These sheets continue to fall apart. The seems fall apart (they are obviously sewn carelessly, with insufficient material on each side of the seam so they just fall apart). Its a shame because these are the heaviest, warmest flannel sheets that I ever found, and they keep us quite comfortable in the winter. They do pill up, although the pills are smaller and stay attached (without stretching out) so they are more comfortable than most other flannel sheets we have had. Its a mixed bag, since these are portly made but are heavy and work well when they aren't falling apart.
UPDATE June 2016
We have gone through several sets of these sheets (three to be exact) and have used them every day for six months straight now (we just switched them out for our summer set so its time for a long term review). These sheets are not well made, we had to return each of the three sets twice each because the areas where they are sewed together at the seams unravel (in different places in each set). After washing I found that these sheets shrank and pilled a lot. They are soft enough that you don't notice the pilling much while you are sleeping but its very visible. They also lost a huge amount of fiber every single time we ran them through the dryer throughout the entire six months. I still don't see how anyone gets these on an 18" mattress because they shrank so much that they barely fit on our antique style standard depth mattress. We purchased them all in Cal King size so maybe that size only comes with standard pockets. I'm not satisfied with these sheets and will not be buying them again. They are already falling apart at the seams and all the sets (including the ones that we sent back for replacement) became threadbare after a month of use).
I was initially attracted to these sheets because they advertised them as being 200 gram, which they might be (I didn't want to cut them up to test them myself) but they lose so much fiber every time they run through the washer and dryer that they feel no better that the 80 gram set that I used to have. My conclusion os that they are make from very cheap fiber that barely holds together long enough to get them into the package, and all those loose fibers simply fall apart one they are run through the washer and dryer.
For a 200 gram flannel sheet, this price is so low that I should have known that there was something wrong with them, now I know better and do not recommend them.
These do feel warm when you slip into the bed on a cold winter night, but they are not well made, we had to return the first set because the pillowcase was not seen up the side (we could easily see the marks where the sewing machine went of course and folded the fabric under instead of sewing it together.
Even though we washed them in cold water, gentle cycle then dried in the lowest gentlest dryer setting, this set pilled up immediately upon first use. The little bumps are uncomfortable although they aren't all that huge. They do not fee smooth to your hand (nor to you face) and feel like very old flannel instead of brand new ones.
My suspicion is that they are using very short staple (short length) low cost cotton which works for normal sheets but is not ideal for flannel sheets. Flannel is made (usually) by brushing them with a metal bristled brush, which cuts some of the fibers and fluffs them up into the flannel texture. This is good for making a layer that traps warm air and work well in bed sheets but it works best if the cotton used is long staple cotton (having long threads instead of short fiber threads) it can withstand the brushing operation and still have plenty of long fibers to give it a smooth hand (smooth flat finish).
These sheets do feel heavier than usual but strangely they don't feel any warmer, as best as I can tell. They have an odd stiff feeling to them. If you sleep in thick pajamas then these might not be worth it (they are so grippy that pajamas get a little stuck so they tug on you all night long).
I doubt these would fit an 18" mattress because we have an old fashion standard thickness mattress and it barely first on that. They are also short on the pillow cases (the first pillow I have ever owned that do not cover all the way to the end of the pillows. The filled sheet barely makes it to the end of the mattress (I have to lift the mattress, wrap the fitted sheet around the corners then push the mattress down purposeful to make it flat again (because the sheets are too short and are too tight). The flat sheet could be a bit wider, the length seems to be just barely enough to do the job.
Considering the price they are just barely acceptable because they do have more warmth that a non-flannel (smooth sheet) but don't feel as nice or as warm as other flannel sheets I have owned. I'm converted that the short staple cotton they seem to be using will fall apart after a few washings. They seem to be assembled in a rush with poor or nonexistent quality control, but they do seem thick and they do function. I expected more from a product that is advertised as being 200 GSM (200 grams per square meter) I don't want cut these up to see if thy really are 200 GSM (they don't feel like it) but they function so I'll keep using them for now an then consider a long term use update to this review.