USER REVIEW Working Review of 3-season 1-person Outdoor Down Quilt

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CE-YZB03 Down Quilt from initial inspection looks well made, free of any chemical smells or indicators of shoddy workmanship, overall an item that feels like a quality purchase with its materials, weight and form. There are a few improvements that are listed below that I think would make it better.

The Product Tag Information Label feels like it's sewn on the wrong side of the bag and that it would be better located on the inside, though it'd be even better if that information was printed on the bag itself much like the 1TG logo; as well as information printed on the top and bottom of the stuff sack so as to differentiate between any other stuff sack items.

The straps on the stuff sack seem like they'd be prone to tearing and by adding more material and sewing more of the strap to that it'd provide more longevity to the product. Another method could have the straps sewn with more straps connecting them across the bottom of the sack so the force of tightening is only applied to the straps and not the fabric. Also the length of strap to the buckle should be reduced and the extra sewn into the fabric.

The rope for the cincher is a wee bit to long and could be shortened.

There's a flap on the bottom of the sack that does nothing, it seems like a thing but it's just a flap. It should at least have something printed on it or have a reflective band on the inner side so it can be opened if it's night and the sack is attached to a backpack and useful in that manner, or put in a tree or in the woods or something so as to find it later.

The buttons, though flush, seem cheap and that they'd fill up with dirt easily and become unusable as well as be hard to use with cold cramped fingers or with gloves, they also seem prone to tearing if wrong force is applied; it'd be good to have the area around them reinforced internally or externally.

It would be nice to be able to button the quilt up in a way that there's a hood feature, and while wearing it I thought having pockets somewhere in it to keep my hands warm and quilt secure would be nice.

The logo on the front of the quilt looks out of place and doesn't look good when the quilt is worn as a bit of clothing, it'd be better if it were printed on the fabric somewhere, even reflective ink would be good too.

The quilt would look better without the extra fabric on the corners, or if the corners were on both sides and went around the corners as extra reinforcement.

I can clarify anything if it doesn't make sense.
 

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The Product Tag Information Label feels like it's sewn on the wrong side of the bag and that it would be better located on the inside, though it'd be even better if that information was printed on the bag itself much like the 1TG logo; as well as information printed on the top and bottom of the stuff sack so as to differentiate between any other stuff sack items.
Yes it does look weird here.

The straps on the stuff sack seem like they'd be prone to tearing and by adding more material and sewing more of the strap to that it'd provide more longevity to the product. Another method could have the straps sewn with more straps connecting them across the bottom of the sack so the force of tightening is only applied to the straps and not the fabric. Also the length of strap to the buckle should be reduced and the extra sewn into the fabric.
Good suggestion. This way should be more reasonable to apply the forece.

The rope for the cincher is a wee bit to long and could be shortened.
Here do you mean the elastic cord?

There's a flap on the bottom of the sack that does nothing, it seems like a thing but it's just a flap. It should at least have something printed on it or have a reflective band on the inner side so it can be opened if it's night and the sack is attached to a backpack and useful in that manner, or put in a tree or in the woods or something so as to find it later.
Good idea. Here is a handle for pulling the stuff bag and help you to take out the quilt but your idea is good I think.

The buttons, though flush, seem cheap and that they'd fill up with dirt easily and become unusable as well as be hard to use with cold cramped fingers or with gloves, they also seem prone to tearing if wrong force is applied; it'd be good to have the area around them reinforced internally or externally.
Got it.

It would be nice to be able to button the quilt up in a way that there's a hood feature, and while wearing it I thought having pockets somewhere in it to keep my hands warm and quilt secure would be nice.
Having pockets on it is also a good idea. Brilliant.

The logo on the front of the quilt looks out of place and doesn't look good when the quilt is worn as a bit of clothing, it'd be better if it were printed on the fabric somewhere, even reflective ink would be good too.

The quilt would look better without the extra fabric on the corners, or if the corners were on both sides and went around the corners as extra reinforcement.
Got it.

Thank you for your effort. I will submit your feedback and suggestions to our R&D department. We will consider about it in the future when we decide to upgrade it. Again apprecait your help.
 
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Here do you mean the elastic cord?
Mine wasn't elastic but yeah.

Also attached photo is button placement for having it as a hood.
The blue tape shows where buttons would be for this; the side where there's already buttons would have another set of buttons next to the ones already there and the ones on the flanking edges would attach to those. It would fit as hooded cloak would and allow the wearer to have their hands protected as well as letting them still be able to grab things and should also be where there's a pocket.
 

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The quilt should have the functionality of also being an emergency fire blanket as well and any pockets added should have "space" blanket material sewn in for toasty extremities and such.
 

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Mine wasn't elastic but yeah.

Also attached photo is button placement for having it as a hood.
The blue tape shows where buttons would be for this; the side where there's already buttons would have another set of buttons next to the ones already there and the ones on the flanking edges would attach to those. It would fit as hooded cloak would and allow the wearer to have their hands protected as well as letting them still be able to grab things and should also be where there's a pocket.
I still can't image how this works. Please could you draw a simple sketch to explain this?