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Silentnight Hotel Collection Pillow - Pack of 2 £12 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Silentnight Hotel Collection Pillow - Pack of 2 £12 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)

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2 Silentnight hotel collection pillows, standard size 74 x 48cm
Stylish embossed silky-touch covers and filled with soft hollow fibre for a blissful slumber
Soft/medium support – use one pillow for soft comfort and two pillows for medium comfort
Experience 5 star hotel luxury at home Every night
Machine washable at 40°C, made with microfiber for great recovery wash after wash
2 year manufacturer’s guarantee
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Had these in the past. Didn't last 2 months before they were flat. Credit to Amazon thou, refunded them under warranty.

I'd personally avoid
Amazing pillows to bite on
I normally just nick the shampoo and shower caps?
£12 for two flatbread isn't very good price.
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I normally just nick the shampoo and shower caps?
Had these in the past. Didn't last 2 months before they were flat. Credit to Amazon thou, refunded them under warranty.

I'd personally avoid
There £12.00 in Argos and stock looks widely available.
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£10 in tesco orpington kent
Awful pillows
Great Pillows
Amazing pillows to bite on
Any recommendations for better pillows anyone or are they all the same crap at different prices?
Crap. You get what you pay for
£12 for two flatbread isn't very good price.
They don't last. 6 weeks if you're lucky, or maybe it was just my big head
For all those saying that they don't last long, they come with a 2 year guarantee, simply keep your receipt if in doubt!
Amazon have very good customer service so I’m sure they would be happy to give you a full refund
Bought these the other day from Sainsbury’s, nothing special tbh.
Whats a good pillow then pillow experts?
Where can I get decent pillows
Can anyone recommend a good quality pillow which keeps its shape (quality) and allows for give (comfort)?

The pillows I've tried always go flat/rigid and set your neck in a fixed position.
nad1204/01/2020 07:36

Can anyone recommend a good quality pillow which keeps its shape (quality) …Can anyone recommend a good quality pillow which keeps its shape (quality) and allows for give (comfort)?The pillows I've tried always go flat/rigid and set your neck in a fixed position.


Tempur, you get what you pay for. We've had them for almost 5 years and they're ready for changing now.
argos.co.uk/pro…340

I rate these for the price.. Seem to be doing the job for 8 quid. Can be had from amazon and other places for the same price.
nad1204/01/2020 07:36

Can anyone recommend a good quality pillow which keeps its shape (quality) …Can anyone recommend a good quality pillow which keeps its shape (quality) and allows for give (comfort)?The pillows I've tried always go flat/rigid and set your neck in a fixed position.


I bought some memory foam ones from Ikea. Bought for my mum too. They’re not bad.
cas39804/01/2020 04:13

Whats a good pillow then pillow experts?


The Simba one is pretty good, but pipped by the Dunlopillow latex one ( the top one they do called the Super Comfort- the full one) which is about £50/£60. The Simba one is about £90.
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andyb8304/01/2020 09:12

Tempur, you get what you pay for. We've had them for almost 5 years and …Tempur, you get what you pay for. We've had them for almost 5 years and they're ready for changing now.


+1 for tempur. Still good as new after 3 months. Had others similar to these that have been rubbish after the same amount of time.
Always £12 somewhere and terrible pillows
The last silent silentnight pillows I had were horrible, ok for a week but after then useless. wouldn't pay £1 for them
Heat added. They are £11.99 at Argos and Sainsburys though.
Bought these for the same price at Argos last week, they're okay, but time will tell.
alanboksic04/01/2020 00:00

Any recommendations for better pillows anyone or are they all the same …Any recommendations for better pillows anyone or are they all the same crap at different prices?


Buy the OTTY ones, 45quid for 2 or 25 for 1.
pbilkhu04/01/2020 01:23

For all those saying that they don't last long, they come with a 2 year …For all those saying that they don't last long, they come with a 2 year guarantee, simply keep your receipt if in doubt!


Haha ripped my receipt in two to throw away but remember the guarantee, will probably use it.
cas39804/01/2020 04:13

Whats a good pillow then pillow experts?


Anything with memory foam seems decent nowadays.
John Lewis had loads this morning, 10 quid each, said they were milled goose feather and down, whatever that means?
I heard there was more bounce in a couple of Rivita
alanboksic04/01/2020 00:00

Any recommendations for better pillows anyone or are they all the same …Any recommendations for better pillows anyone or are they all the same crap at different prices?


These feel like actual hotel pillows: amazon.co.uk/gp/…2S/ You sink into them, but still supportive. Might not work for people who want something firmer, but they are the best pillows I've found in years.
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deleted102889903/01/2020 22:59

£10 in tesco orpington kent


They are £12 actually. I bought pair at Tesco Orpington
nad1204/01/2020 07:36

Can anyone recommend a good quality pillow which keeps its shape (quality) …Can anyone recommend a good quality pillow which keeps its shape (quality) and allows for give (comfort)?The pillows I've tried always go flat/rigid and set your neck in a fixed position.


We have some of these amazon.co.uk/Hea…860 - they come in two heights. Have had them for more than 3 years and still as good as new. Usually we chuck them out within a year.
Looks gd
Thanks to all those that have replied to my request.

I just purchased a couple of pillows from Tesco's at £10 each a couple of days ago. Interesting to know that the recommended pillows are often north of £50. Clearly, I need to step up my budget if I want to stop getting strained/tight neck/head aches.
Edited by: "nad12" 4th Jan
"Cool story bro" time but 12 years ago I bought some pocket sprung pillows from Dreams (of all places) for best part of £90 and they're still going strong. Only downside is that whenever we go away, all other pillows seem terrible by comparison.

So, tl;dr - pocket sprung pillows are the way to go.
Mike_Gibson03/01/2020 22:53

Had these in the past. Didn't last 2 months before they were flat. Credit …Had these in the past. Didn't last 2 months before they were flat. Credit to Amazon thou, refunded them under warranty. I'd personally avoid


For me i only like very flat pillows but can't find them anywhere - do these go completely flat - I would buy them on that basis or if anyone can recommend any that are completely flat with no bounce out of the packet or that go that way very quickly.
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rucer0704/01/2020 16:26

They are £12 actually. I bought pair at Tesco Orpington


Yeah? Good for you. I paied £10.
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