J-pillow, Travel Pillow - British Invention of the Year 2013 - (Navy) £15.95 (Prime) / £19.94 (non Prime) Sold by Jensen's Inventions and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Was £40, Now its down to £16. Not a bad pillow tbh.
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[Travel Expert]#1
I find normal travel pillows really uncomfortable and I'm wondering if this is better even though it seems really expensive for a travel pillow!
#2
Never been £40,i paid around the same price last year.
#3
djdope
Never been £40,i paid around the same price last year.

true.. It was £20 last week. Maybe £40 when it came out in 2013. How dare me post a deal only couple of £s cheaper! lol

Edited By: JhonSeb0810 on Mar 16, 2017 08:55
#4
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Standard price bar the few spikes in price.

Edited By: BarmyBulldog on Mar 16, 2017 08:56
#5
BarmyBulldog
https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B009416CVC/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
Standard price bar the few spikes in price.

O...k..?
1 Like #6
BarmyBulldog
https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B009416CVC/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
Standard price bar the few spikes in price.
50p oO ? Missed that one :(
1 Like #7
JhonSeb0810
O...k..?

It is a graph showing the variation in price over time. It tells you it the price is normally about £15.90. The £40 and £20 claims are disingenuous.
[Travel Expert]#8
I've found one with Ali Express for around £8.41 Inc shipping. Same pictures on their website.
#9
rachelandgromit
I find normal travel pillows really uncomfortable and I'm wondering if this is better even though it seems really expensive for a travel pillow!
I've used mine a couple of times, I really like it.
#10
travel pillows are found for free at most baggage areas in airports , loads of people simply leave them behind on the plane
#11
SaverSaver
JhonSeb0810
O...k..?
It is a graph showing the variation in price over time. It tells you it the price is normally about £15.90. The £40 and £20 claims are disingenuous.

The original price was £40 so at some point it must have been £40. £20 it was a week or 2 ago. I know because I tried to buy one. The graph is a monthly data not weeks and not even days.
#12
JhonSeb0810
SaverSaver
JhonSeb0810
O...k..?
It is a graph showing the variation in price over time. It tells you it the price is normally about £15.90. The £40 and £20 claims are disingenuous.
The original price was £40 so at some point it must have been £40. £20 it was a week or 2 ago. I know because I tried to buy one. The graph is a monthly data not weeks and not even days.

Each price change is plotted, it doesn't matter what months or days are plotted it's a price change graph, price is always hovering at £15-16 when you spotted it at £20 was clearly a more expensive day.
[Travel Expert]#13
djdope
rachelandgromit
I find normal travel pillows really uncomfortable and I'm wondering if this is better even though it seems really expensive for a travel pillow!
I've used mine a couple of times, I really like it.

Cheers ordered one from Ali Express.
#14
But are they any good?
#15
rachelandgromit
djdope
rachelandgromit
I find normal travel pillows really uncomfortable and I'm wondering if this is better even though it seems really expensive for a travel pillow!
I've used mine a couple of times, I really like it.
Cheers ordered one from Ali Express.

be aware - there are two types, and inflatable one, and a foam one - I prefer the foam one.
[Travel Expert]#16
djdope
rachelandgromit
djdope
rachelandgromit
I find normal travel pillows really uncomfortable and I'm wondering if this is better even though it seems really expensive for a travel pillow!
I've used mine a couple of times, I really like it.
Cheers ordered one from Ali Express.
be aware - there are two types, and inflatable one, and a foam one - I prefer the foam one.

Yep it's the foam one. Hopefully will be able to sleep on flight to NZ.
#17
rachelandgromit
djdope
rachelandgromit
djdope
rachelandgromit
I find normal travel pillows really uncomfortable and I'm wondering if this is better even though it seems really expensive for a travel pillow!
I've used mine a couple of times, I really like it.
Cheers ordered one from Ali Express.
be aware - there are two types, and inflatable one, and a foam one - I prefer the foam one.
Yep it's the foam one. Hopefully will be able to sleep on flight to NZ.
Great. You wouldn't be able to sleep knowing you'd ordered the wrong thing :D
#18
Got one in Lakeland for about £15 a year ago so price is nothing special. Can recommend the pillow though, I've never got on with doughnut-y travel pillows but because this one can hold your chin up, it does let you drop off. Even better if you can lean against something. I spent a year commuting to London with one of these and it got me loads of extra sleep.
#19
Sad to think that's the best invention we could produce in 2013
#20
Just be wary that if you use headphones on a flight, the J pillow is a nightmare to use.
#21
rachelandgromit
I've found one with Ali Express for around £8.41 Inc shipping. Same pictures on their website.

Hi Rachel

Have you used the pillow yet, was it any good, would you know if its this one. Thanks in advance.

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rachelandgromit
I've found one with Ali Express for around £8.41 Inc shipping. Same pictures on their website.

Hi Rachel

Have you used the pillow yet, was it any good, would you know if its this one. Thanks in advance.

Your text here


I got mine off another site but it's surprisingly comfy especially for long haul flying.

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