Proteam Orthopaedic Memory Pillow now £6.51 @ Amazon (filler item) 50% off - HotUKDeals
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If you buy 2 of these you still need to add something to the value of £1.92 for free delivery.

Revolutionary high density polyurethane foam
Temperature and weight sensitive
Actually moulds to the shape of the body
Mirrors the natural contour of the head, neck and shoulders to provide maximum support
Reduces aches and pains caused by inadequate support
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#1
Excellent price for this kind of pillow.
However I had something very similar and hated it. What do others think of these pillows?
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doberman;2079698
Excellent price for this kind of pillow.
However I had something very similar and hated it. What do others think of these pillows?


I have one from Tesco @ £13 and wouldnt go back to a feather filled one now, much nicer though it did take a week or more before I got used to it.
#3
doberman
Excellent price for this kind of pillow.
However I had something very similar and hated it. What do others think of these pillows?

i use a similar one too and find it very 'hard' but am persevering at the moment.

cheap price for these
#4
Takes time to get used to definitely, but worth it I think.

angof
#5
Indeed I got myself some normal shape Tempur pillows for 70 notes each, again took me a week to adjust but now don't sleep properly on normal feather rubbish. Head doesn't get as hot, no stiff necks and no waking up at 4am to fluff/turn over.

Can't speak for these ones but at this costs they're worth a punt if only for spare room.
#6
so your head actually stays cooler with these?

for some reason i was thinking the opposite would happen
#7
On mine almost certainly, its heat reactive and whilst your head sinks into it they somehow spread/disperse the heat. Tempur ones were developed by NASA if that means anything LOL.
#8
I suffered headaches in the mornings and tried one of these to no avail. I went to a chiropractor who said these neck care pillows and tempur ones are a gimmick, advised me to get a "Dunlopillow" regular foam pillow (flat not contoured) headaches stopped next day and a great night sleep since
#9
doberman
Excellent price for this kind of pillow.
However I had something very similar and hated it. What do others think of these pillows?


I had one of these pillows (not exacct one quoted though), and it gave me the worst stiff neck the next day. Therefore stopped using it. I found it too hard.
#10
Shows as £13.27 for me.
#11
twistedknot
I suffered headaches in the mornings and tried one of these to no avail. I went to a chiropractor who said these neck care pillows and tempur ones are a gimmick, advised me to get a "Dunlopillow" regular foam pillow (flat not contoured) headaches stopped next day and a great night sleep since

and how much are those?
#12
That didn't last long!
#13
I love mine....i sleep much much better now
#14
marcosdjcm
and how much are those?

This is the one I use

http://www.dunlopillo.co.uk/products/pillows/

I paid about £35, well worth the investment, and you only need one
#15
marcosdjcm
and how much are those?


Expensive. £69 last time i looked!!
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