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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 17, 2019
A little background. I have been living on an Airbase in Afghanistan for 3 years. The sheets they had available were awful with polyester sheets with a thread count hovering around 300. So, I found these on Amazon. I READ the entire description. I did not want Egyptian Cotton sheets as the water used to wash everything here is extremely hot and heavily chlorinated. Authentic Egyptian Cotton sheets for a Twin size bed with a thread count of 1500 will run upwards of $250 to $500. I have seen King sized sheet sets run over $1000. I knew what I was getting. I wanted something durable, comfortable, pleasant to look at, and inexpensive. When it says "like 1500 thread count Egyptian Cotton" that is exactly what it means. This IS an imitation product meant to look and feel like the real thing at a fraction of the cost. If you bought these believing you were getting a premium Egyptian Export for less than $50 you do not need to post your frustration in the reviews. That is on you.
I bought 2 sets of these and I rotate them for nearly a tenth the cost of one set of the real thing. I am still using both sets. I washed them the moment I received them. I have to be careful changing them because our bed frames are made of rough metal with sharp edges. This goes for any set of sheets. After nearly 3 years of use in Afghanistan the elastic is still strong, there is one spot of discoloration about the size of a quarter on the mattress cover, no tears that I can find, and still comfortable. These sheets do exactly what they are supposed to do and are as advertised. If you want fast, comfortable, inexpensive sheets these are for you. If you are looking for the real deal you will not find them on Amazon. You WILL have to go elsewhere.