Casamera: World’s Softest Towel

by Benjamin Kerns

Apr 21, 2019

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Are you looking for a travel towel that dries quickly and still feels luxurious? Look no further than the Casamera, the world’s softest towel. The luxury bath towel is designed to dry five times faster than regular towels and lasts 10 times longer. It’s the perfect companion for an extended road trip.


The Casamera is made with long-staple Egyptian cotton and is 25 percent larger than average. At 40 by 65 inches, the bath sheet was designed specifically with taller people in mind, but works perfectly well for those of us on the shorter end, too. The towel is absorbent to help you dry faster and helps to exfoliate your skin as you wipe the water away. Since it’s made with pure cotton, it’s naturally odor resistant.


The entire Casamera sheet set contains a large bath sheet, regular bath towel, a face towel and hand towel. Each of these can be ordered separately or together. They also make a separate beach towel.


The bath towel is set to retail for $65. It’s a bit on the pricier side, but the quality more than makes up for the hit to your wallet. Shipments have already begun, so head over to the website to get more information on features and order yours today.



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