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memory foam pillows - any good?

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
what are they like?
any recommendations on where to buy some quality ones

i am noob please help me!
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
i know Bid tv where selling Silentnight Memory pillows cheap. Packs of 4. If you have that channel might be worth keeping a look out
#2
thej;2231802
Used them once,but can't remember what they were like,sorry.

lol!!!!! saying nothing would have been better, haha just kidding:-D
banned#4
dcx_badass
I believe them, lie down to quickly and the goddam things knock you out.


lol because there so comfy or so hard?
#5
Ikea? Got my matress from there!
#6
i see good points people!
#7
They're not bad...... I bought mine while I was quickly walking through a market.

They're nothing special, they're quite hardish but it kind of moulds around your heads shape, so it can get quite comfy but normal pillows seem to have the same effect on me.
#8
I think they are great. Fall asleep as soon as my feet touch the pillow :whistling:
#9
cannyscot
I think they are great. Fall asleep as soon as my feet touch the pillow :whistling:


Don't blame the pillow for that.....sounds like you're just tired lol

My dads like that though, he instantly falls asleep after a hard days work.

I think the best way to fall asleep is to put a film or some tunes on to get things off your mind. :)
#10
Bought 2 of em but found them hard and woke up with a headache several times whilst using them.

I now use them on my computer chair to stop pressure sores on the back of my legs and my butt..seem to work a treat :)
#11
I have suffered with neck and back pain since injury in the forces 4 years ago. tried several pillows and would recommend the ones by Tempur. you can try them out for a month and return for full refund, try the odd shaped one first (supposed to suuport your neck in the correct position) but if you dont get on with it, you can get a 'normal' shape one made from same material (which is the one i prefer and now have). I think they are about £60ish though, but if you have a genuine medical reason for purchase (ie: your doctor would say you have neck/back pain if aked) you can get it vat free. you just need to ask before purchase and sign a form they provide. would recommend http://www.backinaction.co.uk/tempurpillows who are very helpful, and can give you firther advice
#12
Tempur are the best. My dust allergy dissapeared overnight, and my neck and back problems went soon after. I always get a really good sleep on mine. It's hard for a good reason - your body heat makes the polymer more maleable, causing it to sink more, thus the bits where your body is not in contact remain harder giving more support, while your head sinks into the pillow.
After having mine for a few months I was so impressed I bought a Tempur mattress for over £1000. This is possibly the best purchase I ever made.
#13
I swear by mine, have a memory foam mattress topper too my bed feels like heaven!
#14
MinstrelMan
I swear by mine, have a memory foam mattress topper too my bed feels like heaven!


That sounds like a pick up line mate...... who are you trying to invite to yours? :giggle:

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