Two Silentnight Memory Foam Traditional Pillows for £19.99 (RRP £99.98) instore / online @ TJ Hughes - HotUKDeals
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The Silentnight memory foam pillow has been designed using the latest foam technology, helping to give you a better quality sleep.

Memory foam moulds to your contours and reacts to your body temperature, reducing pressure points on your joints
Supports your neck in its natural position
Traditional style pillow will fit all standard size pillowcases

£14.99 each if you only need one; but for an extra fiver.......

Buy instore to avoid the £5.50 postage
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#1
Dunno about the RRP, but this looks hot to me!
#2
seems a good deal to me just ashame its over 30 mils to my nearest store might just pay the postage thanks :D
#3
cheapest they go for on ebay is £40+
#4
Hot here.
#5
Plus £5.50 postage - looks quite a good deal
[mod]#7
Foxy102
Dunno about the RRP, but this looks hot to me!


I know. I don't think anyone will be selling them at that price....will they?? But that is the RRP for two. Crazy price, even for Mem Foam.
#8
Excellent deal, was looking at these a little while back. Coz they were so expensive I didnt bother. Just ordered.

Have some H&R my good fellow. :thumbsup:
#9
There are so many memory foam pillows and mattresses around,are some better than others,i've no idea,does anyone else know?
#10
Silent Night and Tempur are good ones. Tempur is best but double the price.
#11
ordered 4, thanks op, rep left
#12
Cheers OP! Have the silentnight matteress which is great to! :)
#13
My point is,whats the difference between all these memory foam pillows,what makes one better than another?

Why is a Silentnight one better than an unbranded one,or are we just paying for brand names ?
#15
im guessing its the same as buying addidas trainers opposed to champion trainers, they may be made of slightly better materials but in the whole you'll be paying for the name
#16
Links not working again,heres the item number on ebay.

190277255214
#17
If they are all the same,i might go for one on ebay then.
[mod]#18
deb8z
Links not working again,heres the item number on ebay.

190277255214


Ebay links don't work 'cos they are not allowed I'm afraid:thumbsup:
#19
looking at the sellers feedback for em,i wont bother after all:w00t:
#20
deal has been about for ages so obv well stocked of them

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=1314655
#21
Ohhhh no wonder they don't work,i didnt realise they werent allowed.
#22
HOT HOT HOT !!! xxx
#23
Anyone who can spend nearly £100 on a pillow dont have any prblems sleeping

I may be wrong but Im sure I saw some of these available at TK MAX last weekend (I was looking for a pillow) and again I may be wrong but I think they were only round a tenner?
#24
deb8z;3996793
My point is,whats the difference between all these memory foam pillows,what makes one better than another?

Why is a Silentnight one better than an unbranded one,or are we just paying for brand names ?

It all comes down to quallity at the end of the day.....:roll:
Pay penuts get monkeys rings a bell............................:w00t:
#25
Its £19 quid for delivery to Northern ireland :x:thinking: but good deal all the same if you are near a store
#26
Poundstretcher are selling memory foam pillows for £9.99 down from £19.99 each - no idea if they're branded.

Are these things worth it? I do get a bit of back/neck pain in bed and a little extra comfort would be nice, but I'm not wasting my money on something that'll just end up in the back of a cupboard!
[mod]#27
leelfc05
Its £19 quid for delivery to Northern ireland :x:thinking: but good deal all the same if you are near a store


I hate how some companies rip NI customers off. Last time I looked GB had England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. If I post something to, say Manchester it costs the same as if I was to post it to NI. So why do some companies do this??? Any answers anyone?
#28
TGB;3997422
Poundstretcher are selling memory foam pillows for £9.99 down from £19.99 each - no idea if they're branded.

Are these things worth it? I do get a bit of back/neck pain in bed and a little extra comfort would be nice, but I'm not wasting my money on something that'll just end up in the back of a cupboard!


Made a fair difference for me, now I wouldn't use any other type.

If you think about it, makes good sense. You're lying in roughly the same position for 6-8 hours, so pretty easy to restrict circulation/breathing or give yourself a neckache/backache if everything isn't properly supported.
#29
i received mine yesterday,they are very chunky and i found mine uncomfortable and ended up chucking it off the bed,but it was ok when i was sitting up watching tv but too high to lie down comfortably for me....the ones i saw in Dunelm Mill were much better (but then double the price!!)
#30
I've heard they take a bit of getting used to,mabye you should persevere with it a bit longer moomin
#31
andywedge
I hate how some companies rip NI customers off. Last time I looked GB had England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. If I post something to, say Manchester it costs the same as if I was to post it to NI. So why do some companies do this??? Any answers anyone?


Cos last time I looked, there was a fair bit of water between the mainland & Northern Ireland ......& I for one don't want subsidise folks who live in Remote locations (ie by firms having a flat postage fee).

It's no different as to all the taxpayers paying for excesses of the city types .....why should mainland consumers pay extra (subsidise) those who live in places where their cost of living is much less than that of the mainland.

So if the Northern Irish want cheap P&P...move over to the mainland! (but then they'll realise actually it wasn't so bad over there 'overall)
#33
h04x
cheapest they go for on ebay is £40+


you must be new to ebay then or a fool
[mod]#34
HankMcSpank
Cos last time I looked, there was a fair bit of water between the mainland & Northern Ireland ......& I for one don't want subsidise folks who live in Remote locations (ie by firms having a flat postage fee).

It's no different as to all the taxpayers paying for excesses of the city types .....why should mainland consumers pay extra (subsidise) those who live in places where their cost of living is much less than that of the mainland.

So if the Northern Irish want cheap P&P...move over to the mainland! (but then they'll realise actually it wasn't so bad over there 'overall)


:x:x:x:x
#35
Are these the hard ones or the soft spongy ones
I have a hard one and dont like it but i believe you get soft ones
if anyone knows please post as i have bought the memory foam matress already
#36
man i bought one of these to try a few days ago and they are as hard as wood to sleep on !!!
#37
pounstretcher and instore , are selling 2 for 15 or 8.99 each not silentnight ones but still the traditional ones rather than the daft contour ones ,will let you know what these are like as going to buy some if still in stock on friday
#38
thanks for this, i have just ordered these and with the P&P £25.49 plus 5% if you go through quidco.
have some H&R.
i bought some of bidtv for £25 they were not a named brand and they were hard so stopped using them,
as these are a well know brand i hope they are better.
#39
Credit should go here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/296527/2-x-silentnight-memory-foam-traditi/
Same deal originally posted 3 weeks ago but for some reason not as hot then? However great pillows and well worth the money, they are hard but you soon get used to them and much better than standard pillows for comfort
#40
voted cold because it is not that cheap and the Silentnight is not the best pillow i have seen, they are pretty lightweight and not as dense as some others like the Sleepeazzy ones.

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