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Comfort zone pillow. Great for side sleepers. £9.60 @ Dunelm
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Comfort zone pillow. Great for side sleepers. £9.60 @ Dunelm

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Posted 8th Jan 2019

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Having bought the cheaper pillows you get in supermarkets for years and years. I got some of theese pillows a few months back, and I will never touch the cheap ones again.

Not a great saving but worth the money in my opinion. I used to wake up in the night having to adjust pillow etc or turn around. Ever since using theese type of pillows I get much better sleeps.

I have also gone from 2 or 3 pillows to just the one.
Highly recommended if you sleep on your side. Make sure you get the firm one.
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Is it good for when you have a snoring wife? I find the cheaper ones are useless when I'm trying to suffocate her, they are so thin she can still breathe through them.
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Is it good for bad backs/ shoulders?
I too have always bought the cheaper "on offer" pillows from Asda /Argos. I recently bought this one from my local JYSK... And it is amazing. It's definitely worth spending that bit extra when you use it every night 👌
jysk.co.uk/bed…x12
Edited by: "aandyr123" 9th Jan 2019
Is it good for when you have a snoring wife? I find the cheaper ones are useless when I'm trying to suffocate her, they are so thin she can still breathe through them.
tribalista51 m ago

Is it good for when you have a snoring wife? I find the cheaper ones are …Is it good for when you have a snoring wife? I find the cheaper ones are useless when I'm trying to suffocate her, they are so thin she can still breathe through them.


Lmfao
i am in the market for a couple of new pillows so may well grab a couple of these
danwel5 h, 14 m ago

i am in the market for a couple of new pillows so may well grab a couple …i am in the market for a couple of new pillows so may well grab a couple of these


If you go in store they have them out on display so you can feel them and stuff. Some other decent ones in store too of varying firmness. Some cheaper and some more expensive.
It says firm. I fear my ear may hurt.
Does this stay supportive? I've had firm side sleeper pillows before that condense into an uncomfortable brick after a few weeks.

Finding a good pillow is something of an endless quest for me. So many rubbish pillows that either hurt my neck or contribute to me tossing and turning trying to get comfy on warm summer nights.
abigsmurf18 m ago

Does this stay supportive? I've had firm side sleeper pillows before that …Does this stay supportive? I've had firm side sleeper pillows before that condense into an uncomfortable brick after a few weeks.Finding a good pillow is something of an endless quest for me. So many rubbish pillows that either hurt my neck or contribute to me tossing and turning trying to get comfy on warm summer nights.


Have you tried the extra firm pillows from John Lewis for £10, best supportive pillow that has kept it's shape for longer than 12 months so far I have tried. I have had a back op and am a side sleeper with arm under the pillow and this helps me at least to get some sleep, which has always been a problem for me. Only need one at night and my hunt is over for a decent pillow now. Pillow
if you want a pillow that will last for years and will never change, get a buckwheat husk filled pillow. one of the best buys i have made. they just conform to your head and can be as thick or thin as you need them. they take a bit to get used too, but they are amazing.
I love the dunelm feels like menory foam pillows, not cheap at £18.00.
Picking up 2 new ones today.
tribalista8 h, 26 m ago

Is it good for when you have a snoring wife? I find the cheaper ones are …Is it good for when you have a snoring wife? I find the cheaper ones are useless when I'm trying to suffocate her, they are so thin she can still breathe through them.


Oh yeah, I see what yer mean so much fer plan A, NOW then, what did I do with that soddin hair dryer Just gonna run you a bath dearest
Anybody got experience with latex pillows? Took a look in John Lewis the other day and they seemed so different to normal pillows. I mostly get annoyed with standard pillows when the filling begins clumping together and the pillow gets lumpy.
These go lumpy after a few months despite regular plumping.
mg199509/01/2019 16:17

Anybody got experience with latex pillows? Took a look in John Lewis the …Anybody got experience with latex pillows? Took a look in John Lewis the other day and they seemed so different to normal pillows. I mostly get annoyed with standard pillows when the filling begins clumping together and the pillow gets lumpy.


I tried one of those dunlopillo ones if that’s the type you’re talking about? Personally didn’t like it. It was like a balloon that didn’t have much give.
MattNorfolk09/01/2019 19:21

I tried one of those dunlopillo ones if that’s the type you’re talking abo …I tried one of those dunlopillo ones if that’s the type you’re talking about? Personally didn’t like it. It was like a balloon that didn’t have much give.


Yeah they're the ones. That's disappointing that you didn't like them. I was hoping that I'd have finally found a pillow that was comfortable and didn't go lumpy in a few weeks.
mg199509/01/2019 16:17

Anybody got experience with latex pillows? Took a look in John Lewis the …Anybody got experience with latex pillows? Took a look in John Lewis the other day and they seemed so different to normal pillows. I mostly get annoyed with standard pillows when the filling begins clumping together and the pillow gets lumpy.


I use a latex dunlopillo. The only pillow I get on with really. I must have had it 10 years now and really should change it and have gone through multiple new pillows but always go back to my old dunlopillo. It is about £60 to buy though so really expensive.
tdogg3 m ago

I use a latex dunlopillo. The only pillow I get on with really. I must …I use a latex dunlopillo. The only pillow I get on with really. I must have had it 10 years now and really should change it and have gone through multiple new pillows but always go back to my old dunlopillo. It is about £60 to buy though so really expensive.


I'm getting through one of those £20 packs of 2 each year on average at the moment. So the £60 will save me money if it lasts.
mg199548 m ago

Yeah they're the ones. That's disappointing that you didn't like them. I …Yeah they're the ones. That's disappointing that you didn't like them. I was hoping that I'd have finally found a pillow that was comfortable and didn't go lumpy in a few weeks.


We’re all different though so you might get on with it.
Im waiting for a memory foam pillow
Renzy_Mastery2 h, 11 m ago

Im waiting for a memory foam pillow


They've been on sale for years, bought one in Costco a long time ago.
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