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Simba Hybrid® Pillow With Outlast® & Nanotubes - 50 x 75 cm - £67.50 @ eBay / simbasleep
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Simba Hybrid® Pillow With Outlast® & Nanotubes - 50 x 75 cm - £67.50 @ eBay / simbasleep

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Posted 24th Jan

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This is a fantastic product! The best nights sleep I've ever had. Its so comfortable and it definitely feels expertly engineered as the description says. It keeps its shape and my neck stiffness has disappeared. Its now on sale, grab it while you can!
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Mabbs24/01/2020 10:27

Wow.. expensive.


About a third less than they are typically available for though and it is a much better pillow than the usual Slumberdown £10 pillows that often go hot on here. I got a newer version recently (basically the same, it just has cubes instead of tubes in it) for a little more than this and, besides a faint smell which hasn't yet totally faded, I've been very pleased with it. I also suspect it will last years longer without going flat than the cheaper pillows I'm used to and I only need one of these as opposed to 2+ of others so less pillowcases needed too.

I get why for some people it's too much but personally I can live with spending a little more now to avoid messing about and buying new pillows every year or so. Not to mention that it's something that gets used 6-8 hours per day so you'll be getting your money's worth.

All that said I wouldn't recommend just jumping in to buying one either. As I found out myself there's a ton of options when it comes to higher end pillows and different people will find different features and levels of firmness to be better for them so I'd recommend taking a few minutes to look at the options before you pick one.
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Wow.. expensive.
Mabbs24/01/2020 10:27

Wow.. expensive.


About a third less than they are typically available for though and it is a much better pillow than the usual Slumberdown £10 pillows that often go hot on here. I got a newer version recently (basically the same, it just has cubes instead of tubes in it) for a little more than this and, besides a faint smell which hasn't yet totally faded, I've been very pleased with it. I also suspect it will last years longer without going flat than the cheaper pillows I'm used to and I only need one of these as opposed to 2+ of others so less pillowcases needed too.

I get why for some people it's too much but personally I can live with spending a little more now to avoid messing about and buying new pillows every year or so. Not to mention that it's something that gets used 6-8 hours per day so you'll be getting your money's worth.

All that said I wouldn't recommend just jumping in to buying one either. As I found out myself there's a ton of options when it comes to higher end pillows and different people will find different features and levels of firmness to be better for them so I'd recommend taking a few minutes to look at the options before you pick one.
Love my simba mattress and will pull the trigger on one of these when my current memory foam pillow is on it's last legs.
Lol at 'nanotubes'. The proper name for that is hollowfill. As found in many pillows at a fraction of the price.
Eastldnjak24/01/2020 12:16

Love my simba mattress and will pull the trigger on one of these when my …Love my simba mattress and will pull the trigger on one of these when my current memory foam pillow is on it's last legs.


How is the mattress? I've been that happy with the pillow/ duvet I got that I'm thinking about maybe replacing my ancient mattress and bedframe with one of theirs. Which spring count did you go for and how firm is it?
Jonny67824/01/2020 14:13

Lol at 'nanotubes'. The proper name for that is hollowfill. As found in …Lol at 'nanotubes'. The proper name for that is hollowfill. As found in many pillows at a fraction of the price.


Sorry but that is not true at all. This is hollow fill:

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This is what's inside the pillow OP posted:

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They are individual tubes essentially made of memory foam. To the best of my knowledge, and I know more than I care to about pillows at this point, no other pillow uses these tubes.
How do these compare to the cheaper OTTY 2 for £35 pair? Especially for someone that sleeps on their front?
Ulti24/01/2020 17:11

How do these compare to the cheaper OTTY 2 for £35 pair? Especially for …How do these compare to the cheaper OTTY 2 for £35 pair? Especially for someone that sleeps on their front?


I've no experience with the OTTY pillows but as they are memory foam I'd expect them to be a bit too firm/ tall for sleeping on your front. One of the nice things about the Simba pillow is you can take some of those tubes out and store them in a pouch to adjust its height to suit how you sleep.

I do recall watching a review for this pillow from someone who was a front sleeper and they ended up taking quite a lot of the filling out to get it right but they seemed happy enough. I imagine a fairly flat down pillow would be better still but idk what options there are in this price range for that.

Edit: Here's the review I mentioned:

Edited by: "Battenberg" 24th Jan
We’ve got these with the Black Friday deal, mattress and duvet all
Simba. I did wonder if it’d be more of a gimmick however my other half and self do sleep better. Nice function to increase/decrease the fill of the pillow to suit heights and comfort.
Overall the whole kit seems to regulate body temperature than our previous duck and down set up.
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