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Silentnight Bounceback Pillows - 4 Pack - £13.33 @ Argos ( free click & collect ) - More in thread.

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The Silentnight Bounceback pillows offer comfort and support throughout the night. Each pillow is generously filled with a springy soft hollowfibre which bounces back into shape night after night and encased in a super smooth microfibre cover to help you drift off into a peaceful sleep. The pillows come with a 2 year guarantee, are hypoallergenic and machine washable.

100% polyester microfibre cover. 100% springy polyester hollowfibre filling. Hypoallergenic.

  • Pack quantity: 4.
  • Cover composition polyester microfibre.
  • Polyester hollowfibre filling.
  • Machine washable.
  • Suitable for tumble drying.
  • Size L74, W48cm.
  • Non-allergenic.
  • EAN: 5012701504195.

Also on offer:

Silentnight Bounceback 10.5 Tog Duvet - Single - £13.33, Double £16.67, King £20.00 argos.co.uk/pro…357

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Argos Home Supersoft Washable 13.5 Tog Duvet - Single £12.00, Double £14.67, King £16,33 argos.co.uk/pro…434

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Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting they're rubbish and go flat after x amount of months, which is great to know (I'm not knocking those posts) BUT does anyone actually know where to buy decent pillows from?
Other helpful advice:


Always check your pillow’s label to see whether it is machine washable. However, typically only pillows with down or synthetic down fillers are washable. Others you may have to dry clean or spot clean.

If your pillow is indeed washable, wash it every 6 months on the hot water setting. Use mild liquid detergent, and wash two pillows at once so the washing machine cleans them equally. Run your washer a second time on the rinse cycle without detergent.

Then, dry your pillow on the air only or low-heat setting, and keep drying until it is fully dry without any moist or damp clumps inside (which leave room for mold to grow).

If your pillow has feathers or shredded material for filler, fluff it daily to help it maintain its shape.
tuck.com/how…ws/

Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as your head hits them they are flat
joshp28/12/2019 10:47

They look decent. I guess it's a case of 'you get what you pay for'. Sadly …They look decent. I guess it's a case of 'you get what you pay for'. Sadly I don't think I can justify £200+ for 4 of them, over £13.33 though.


Dunlopillow are amazing but I'm totally with you on the price. I have a pair of them from when we bought our bed and mattress probably 10 years ago now. The mattress is long gone but the pillows are still as good as the day we bought them. We take ours everywhere (in the u.k) we travel and even apologise to friend for bringing our own haha. That being said I am currently in the market for a duvet and pillows for our caravan and I'm in the same boat that as much as I love them I cannot justify that expense again. If you win the lottery though I would definitely encourage you to buy some lol.
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Very good reviews. Ordered thanks!
Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as your head hits them they are flat
Alessandra1528/12/2019 08:52

Very good reviews. Ordered thanks!


Great! Good price for a 4 pack Thanks so much @Alessandra15
Edited by: "ZanyAngel" 29th Dec 2019
plane_boy200028/12/2019 08:56

Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as …Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as your head hits them they are flat


Sorry to hear that @plane_boy2000 , did you return them for a refund? You get a 2 year guarantee on the pillows and a whopping 5 year guarantee on the duvets....
Edited by: "ZanyAngel" 28th Dec 2019
ordered
Thank you ZanyAngel
bought few duvets and pillows from Silent night and never had a problem.
hope they'll be as people said they are...good to know about the 2 years guarantee
rits201528/12/2019 09:20

ordered Thank you ZanyAngel bought few duvets and pillows from …ordered Thank you ZanyAngel bought few duvets and pillows from Silent night and never had a problem. hope they'll be as people said they are...good to know about the 2 years guarantee


Good morning @rits2015

Agree, had a silent night duvet, with no problems Thank you for your direct experience feedback
Pillows are not good at all. Flat within 12 months.
Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting they're rubbish and go flat after x amount of months, which is great to know (I'm not knocking those posts) BUT does anyone actually know where to buy decent pillows from?
joshp28/12/2019 10:03

Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting …Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting they're rubbish and go flat after x amount of months, which is great to know (I'm not knocking those posts) BUT does anyone actually know where to buy decent pillows from?


Took the words right out of my mouth.
haa051828/12/2019 10:01

Pillows are not good at all. Flat within 12 months.


You have a 2 year guarantee, exercise your rights and return them if unhappy .
haa051828/12/2019 10:01

Pillows are not good at all. Flat within 12 months.


Give this tip a try:





Other helpful advice:


Always check your pillow’s label to see whether it is machine washable. However, typically only pillows with down or synthetic down fillers are washable. Others you may have to dry clean or spot clean.

If your pillow is indeed washable, wash it every 6 months on the hot water setting. Use mild liquid detergent, and wash two pillows at once so the washing machine cleans them equally. Run your washer a second time on the rinse cycle without detergent.

Then, dry your pillow on the air only or low-heat setting, and keep drying until it is fully dry without any moist or damp clumps inside (which leave room for mold to grow).

If your pillow has feathers or shredded material for filler, fluff it daily to help it maintain its shape.
tuck.com/how…ws/

joshp28/12/2019 10:03

Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting …Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting they're rubbish and go flat after x amount of months, which is great to know (I'm not knocking those posts) BUT does anyone actually know where to buy decent pillows from?


Dunlopillo Latex Serenity Pillows are the best I have ever tried, they are expensive but considering the amount of time I spend sleeping and how good they are, they are worth it for me.
blakea8k28/12/2019 10:35

Dunlopillo Latex Serenity Pillows are the best I have ever tried, they are …Dunlopillo Latex Serenity Pillows are the best I have ever tried, they are expensive but considering the amount of time I spend sleeping and how good they are, they are worth it for me.


They look decent. I guess it's a case of 'you get what you pay for'. Sadly I don't think I can justify £200+ for 4 of them, over £13.33 though.
joshp28/12/2019 10:47

They look decent. I guess it's a case of 'you get what you pay for'. Sadly …They look decent. I guess it's a case of 'you get what you pay for'. Sadly I don't think I can justify £200+ for 4 of them, over £13.33 though.


Dunlopillow are amazing but I'm totally with you on the price. I have a pair of them from when we bought our bed and mattress probably 10 years ago now. The mattress is long gone but the pillows are still as good as the day we bought them. We take ours everywhere (in the u.k) we travel and even apologise to friend for bringing our own haha. That being said I am currently in the market for a duvet and pillows for our caravan and I'm in the same boat that as much as I love them I cannot justify that expense again. If you win the lottery though I would definitely encourage you to buy some lol.
Happy sleeping
2 ye guarantee, can you imagine dribble dribble.
Is 10.5 tog thin, medium, or thick ? Roughly speaking?
jco8328/12/2019 12:02

Is 10.5 tog thin, medium, or thick ? Roughly speaking?


Medium I think?
We bought about 3 years ago 2 pillows from Therapure each pillow cost £50 and after few days it felt awful...now I'm using it for my back.
I saw this 4 pack of Silent Night pillows for £10 in Blackburn Tesco today along with half price duvets 10.5 tog.

Dave.
jco8328/12/2019 12:02

Is 10.5 tog thin, medium, or thick ? Roughly speaking?


I'd call it medium - I think 4/5 tog are summer, 10 ish are autumn / spring and 15 is winter
Cooler than the other side of the pillow
Ordered a pack thanks!
ZanyAngel28/12/2019 09:00

Sorry to hear that @plane_boy2000 , did you return them for a refund? …Sorry to hear that @plane_boy2000 , did you return them for a refund? You get a 2 year guarantee on the pillows and a whopping 5 year guarantee on the duvets....



I have these pillows also but when I contacted them....I was told the 2yrs guarantee was only for things like if the stitches fall apart etc rather than them replacing it if it’s flat.
JuJules28/12/2019 23:20

I have these pillows also but when I contacted them....I was told the 2yrs …I have these pillows also but when I contacted them....I was told the 2yrs guarantee was only for things like if the stitches fall apart etc rather than them replacing it if it’s flat.


That's good to know, I'm sure that info will help others, thank you
plane_boy200028/12/2019 08:56

Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as …Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as your head hits them they are flat


Only good for people who sleep on their back, no good for side sleepers like me
any good deals for side sleepers?
Great price for these. Ordered online. Thanks for posting!
plane_boy200028/12/2019 08:56

Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as …Bought these last year, not great. They do bounce back, but as soon as your head hits them they are flat


So true, i thought i was falling as i first put my head upon the pillow, compared to my old one,
Maybe i should duck take all 4 of them together and it might fix my issue?
blakea8k28/12/2019 10:35

Dunlopillo Latex Serenity Pillows are the best I have ever tried, they are …Dunlopillo Latex Serenity Pillows are the best I have ever tried, they are expensive but considering the amount of time I spend sleeping and how good they are, they are worth it for me.


Agree with this logic. Mattress and pillow expenses are worth the cost as you can justify you will be using them daily, at least 6-8hrs per day for X number of years. Basically everyone can afford to spend £100 + on pillows as you will be using them 365 days per year if you see the point
Great value, getting some for our caravan, also would be very good for childrens and spare bedrooms, I also use these cheaper pillows for the underneath one as I have 2,
ZanyAngel28/12/2019 10:27

Other helpful advice:Always check your pillow’s label to see whether it is …Other helpful advice:Always check your pillow’s label to see whether it is machine washable. However, typically only pillows with down or synthetic down fillers are washable. Others you may have to dry clean or spot clean.If your pillow is indeed washable, wash it every 6 months on the hot water setting. Use mild liquid detergent, and wash two pillows at once so the washing machine cleans them equally. Run your washer a second time on the rinse cycle without detergent.Then, dry your pillow on the air only or low-heat setting, and keep drying until it is fully dry without any moist or damp clumps inside (which leave room for mold to grow).If your pillow has feathers or shredded material for filler, fluff it daily to help it maintain its shape.https://www.tuck.com/how-often-should-you-replace-pillows/


Thanks for the heads up, or should I say head down.
Heat added. Reading the comments think I am in the minority that I like a wafer thin pillow
stacieroberts8728/12/2019 10:52

Dunlopillow are amazing but I'm totally with you on the price. I have a …Dunlopillow are amazing but I'm totally with you on the price. I have a pair of them from when we bought our bed and mattress probably 10 years ago now. The mattress is long gone but the pillows are still as good as the day we bought them. We take ours everywhere (in the u.k) we travel and even apologise to friend for bringing our own haha. That being said I am currently in the market for a duvet and pillows for our caravan and I'm in the same boat that as much as I love them I cannot justify that expense again. If you win the lottery though I would definitely encourage you to buy some lol.


Its true, my nan had these and they were the best pillows ever. You really do get what you pay for.
Anybody tried microfiber filled pillows ? I find memory foam too firm.
Terrible pillows. I mean if u like it flat after 2 nights then it's fine.
I always recommend premium from wilko. Amazing hollowibfre inside. It's been around 6 months now and still puffy with great support. Ofcourse don't forget to shake them after every night, like u should do with every pillow on the market. Ok not with foam ones lol
Olii29/12/2019 09:52

Terrible pillows. I mean if u like it flat after 2 nights then it's fine.I …Terrible pillows. I mean if u like it flat after 2 nights then it's fine.I always recommend premium from wilko. Amazing hollowibfre inside. It's been around 6 months now and still puffy with great support. Ofcourse don't forget to shake them after every night, like u should do with every pillow on the market. Ok not with foam ones lol


If you like it fiat don’t buy pillows
joshp28/12/2019 10:03

Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting …Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting they're rubbish and go flat after x amount of months, which is great to know (I'm not knocking those posts) BUT does anyone actually know where to buy decent pillows from?


Probably not the first place you'd think of looking but I find TK Maxx is really good for pillows.
joshp28/12/2019 10:03

Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting …Every single post on here for pillows you'll find comments suggesting they're rubbish and go flat after x amount of months, which is great to know (I'm not knocking those posts) BUT does anyone actually know where to buy decent pillows from?


Premium from Wilko. One cost £12 I think. Very good pillow.
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