ASDA Extra Bounce Pillows - Pair £4 @ Asda Direct
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ASDA Extra Bounce Pillows - Pair £4 @ Asda Direct

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Found 5th Feb 2013
These Extra Bounce pillows have a high quality 50% Cotton and 50% Polyester cover, and they are filled with spiral bounce back fibres which allow the pillows to spring back to shape.

If they go OOS try your local store
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I have a set of these and they are very comfy even cut down on my snoring which the wife is very happy about lol
@mcpaddy..... can i ask.... are these very 'high' as my partner struggles to get pillows that are comfy as he has a small head ! aslo how long have you had these as i often hear pillows are fab the first few weeks then they just become uncomfy ! thanks
Ordered! Thanks!
RainbowFairyCake

@mcpaddy..... can i ask.... are these very 'high' as my partner struggles … @mcpaddy..... can i ask.... are these very 'high' as my partner struggles to get pillows that are comfy as he has a small head ! aslo how long have you had these as i often hear pillows are fab the first few weeks then they just become uncomfy ! thanks


They are very high at first. I normally use 2 pillows on top of each other, but these are too high. However, after using for a few weeks, they get flat like all other pillows (but are still more bounce than the cheaper type). I can now use 2 bouncy pillows.

Over all, I am happy but had expected them to stay more bouncy.


Edited by: "pet2000" 5th Feb 2013
I've bought these too and they hold their shape very well. Not really changed much after several months use. I'd describe them as quite lofty. Paid double this price so hot from me.
RainbowFairyCake

@mcpaddy..... can i ask.... are these very 'high' as my partner struggles … @mcpaddy..... can i ask.... are these very 'high' as my partner struggles to get pillows that are comfy as he has a small head ! aslo how long have you had these as i often hear pillows are fab the first few weeks then they just become uncomfy ! thanks



Sorry to butt in but if he has a small head I can highly recommend the silentnight pillows they are the same sort of thing but at £8.50 last Friday when I was in store.

Heat added cheap and cheerful from the sounds of it what more can you ask for I spent stupidly more.
Edited by: "soulman123" 5th Feb 2013
OOS?
Gutted that our local Asda is only a mini market type shop.
Banned
OOS
i just saw these in asda pudsey leeds was 8 pound now 4 pound
Banned
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i just saw these in asda pudsey leeds was 8 pound now 4 pound


Really? Sorry witch asda in leeds?
If you are passing by a Aldi you could always check if they still have their bounceback slumberdown ones for £3.99

hotukdeals.com/dea…706
Edited by: "super27" 5th Feb 2013
the owlcoates one pudsey/bradford .... downstairs on the end of one of the aisles facing the tooth brush section lol
RainbowFairyCake

@mcpaddy..... can i ask.... are these very 'high' as my partner struggles … @mcpaddy..... can i ask.... are these very 'high' as my partner struggles to get pillows that are comfy as he has a small head ! aslo how long have you had these as i often hear pillows are fab the first few weeks then they just become uncomfy ! thanks



I wouldn't say that they are, i soon sank through them being a bit of a fatty that i am lol

if he has a small head he'll want a firmer pillow as they will fold over a fair amount with them being so soft it depends on the individual really
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