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Contour Memory Foam Pillow £12.47 each collect instore or + £4.85 delivery
Contour Memory  Foam Pillow £12.47 each collect instore or + £4.85 delivery

Contour Memory Foam Pillow £12.47 each collect instore or + £4.85 delivery

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14 Comments

Not quite the £7.99 argos had but not bad. No brand listed on these?

Original Poster

http://i.walmart.com/i/p/00/84/15/50/02/0084155002200_215X215.jpg

Nice find Mike Thanks!

Original Poster

I'm guessing here but maybe Contour is the brand? borrowed this image from a high price deal

http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000F2DEQ0.02._AA280_SCLZZZZZZZ_V55673072_.jpg

I thought contour was the shape...

Original Poster

You can have this one with a brand name on it if if you want to pay £30 each for them ;-)

Looks the same to me.

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:thinking: I have NO idea how much evidence there is to support this, but whilst reading previous reviews on 'memory foam' products, apparently some of the considerably cheaper products use formaldehyde during manufacture.
As far as performance goes though, i think they are all much of a muchness - my mother-in-law bought one for everyone in our house at 30.00 each (ouch):w00t: from Dunelm, but i would still rather have my goose feather pillow! :oops:
If you want to try the concept of 'memory foam' though, this seems like a fairly safe option :thumbsup:

Noticed that Ikea has a few for £15ish....

Bomberman

i know this isnt exactly money saving, but these pillows arnt worth the packaging they come in. I tried several of these and in the end found a way of getting the tempur traditional pillow for around £50. i know its a fair chunk of money but its benfits are amazing and it has a 3 year warranty. it has compltley got rid of all my neck pain. if anyone wants to know hot to get the pillow for approx £50 pm me please

[SIZE=2]Why spend £50? Tempur is just a brand name. I have had 3 pillows priced from £30 down to £7.99, all have been exactly the same quality of foam (see Makro memory foam comments). I also have neck problems and these pillows are a great help, but not a cure. That is stretching claims of any product.[/SIZE]

iglimpse

[SIZE=2]Why spend £50? Tempur is just a brand name. I have had 3 … [SIZE=2]Why spend £50? Tempur is just a brand name. I have had 3 pillows priced from £30 down to £7.99, all have been exactly the same quality of foam (see Makro memory foam comments). I also have neck problems and these pillows are a great help, but not a cure. That is stretching claims of any product.[/SIZE]



trust me im professionally qualified to comment on this and the quality of the tempur traditional pillow is alot better in terms of alieveating pain when compared to the £12 ones IMHO

rupsingh

if anyone wants to know hot to get the pillow for approx £50 pm me please



Not exactly in the spirit of HUKD ? Why not just tell us ?

g8ina

Not exactly in the spirit of HUKD ? Why not just tell us ?:)



purley because people would buy to sell on ebay and would result in people missing out on getting it for personal use!!:santa:

:roll: Probably make more sense to buy the Argos ones and flog them for £50 instead - if people are so inclined. Also professionally qualified to comment that these type of pillows might help some people (not all) and if the quality is the same, why pay £50 instead of £8.

:whistling: But then we don't know because you won't provide any details...
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