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Silentnight Memory Foam Pillow only £[email protected] TG Hughes
Brilliant, was £49.99!
Memory foam shell moulds to your contours and reacts to your body temperature.
Memory foam shell moulds to your contours and reacts to your body temperature reducing pressure on your joints. Hollowfibre filling provides optimum comfort. Supports your neck in its natural position. Traditional style pillow will fit all standard size pillowcases.
.Pillow Shell - 100% Visco elastic memory foam. Inner Cover - 100% Polypropylene filling Filling - 100% Polyester Cover - 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton Size - 70cm x 45cm approx.

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heated

Pretty sure this will be the instore price too, so hot for that reason.

Original Poster

Sorry mate, it says on TG Hughes site that its usually £49.99. I went by that

Original Poster

It is the same price instore

Plenty of TJ Hughes stores around, even if it is £20 realistically at other places rather than the bloated RRP of £49.99 its STILL 50% cheaper, even if you had it delivered at £5, its STILL 25% cheaper than the nearest competitor.

Give the Original poster a break, heat and rep added.

Will be going to my local TJ Hughes to get a couple.

Original Poster

Yeah but you can get it instore, so u dnt hav to pay delivery

skybooks;6718425

Just to keep in proportion, normall price is around £20 not … Just to keep in proportion, normall price is around £20 not £50.http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.206-9282.aspxhttp://homeshopping.24studio.co.uk/homeware/by-room/bedroom/duvets-pillows/1/silentnightmemoryfoamtraditionalpillow/4/?source=TL80&cm_mmc=Google%20Base-_-Duvets%20%26%20Pillows-_-Shopping%20Feed-_-Silentnight%20Memory%20Foam%20Traditional%20PillowEdit: delivery at TJHughes is £5.50, so not very hot atall.



Just to keep you in proportion, even with delivery its 25% cheaper than its nearest competitor and a hefty 50% cheaper buying instore...if you don't deem 25% or 50% savings on items worthwhile then no wonder we never see any deals posted by yourself :whistling:

Brought some of these last year and wasnt vey impressed. They both went flat about 6 months later.

cant believe no one else spotted it, the picy show the rrp price of 14.99, so when you pay delivery as well.......
sorry, just looked now, iam a k""b. lol,

funguy03;6718748

Brought some of these last year and wasnt vey impressed. They both went … Brought some of these last year and wasnt vey impressed. They both went flat about 6 months later.



Same here. Not as impressed as description makes out. These pillows have a memory foam insert but feels no different to a normal pillow.

Got a similar one in home bargains for £6 each ( reasonable)
But the best ive bought is in the INSTORE shop chain ,,,were 2 for £15 and very good and have lasted 1 yr now and still good
Pete

£5.50 delivery charge.

peterdarlison;6722088

Got a similar one in home bargains for £6 each ( reasonable)But the best … Got a similar one in home bargains for £6 each ( reasonable)But the best ive bought is in the INSTORE shop chain ,,,were 2 for £15 and very good and have lasted 1 yr now and still goodPete



I got 2 for £15 from poundstretcher 6 months ago & they are still superb. They also had cheap memory foam mattress toppers.

i have ordered a new fat matress from sleepmasters. the top one with 2400 springs and 3 inch of mem foam on top. i am getting 2 free one with it and there excellent. i tried these ones and were very soft, not firm. didn't inspire me with confidence.

If you want good pillows, go for Dunlopillo.

Latex filling, not cheap but worth every penny.

Had them over 4 years and still the same shape from new. :thumbsup:

[SIZE="5"]mamboboy ----I agree with you 100%[/SIZE]

So far I've tried 3 different makes of memory foam pillows and every time I use them I get serious ear ache...this happens after 2 -3 times of use and when I get up I get serious ear ache as well as blocked ears....

Many times I took pain killers for weeks and at the moment since last week I'm going through the same problem as I tried another memory foam pillow last week ....Due to their hard material they some how effect my ear veins inside or I don't know as our ears are very delicate and sensitive from inside

Tempting deal as it's silent night but not sure if this will create the same problem but yes if it was a memory foam topper then I would have definitely gone for it

most uncomfy pillow wwe ever bought, big waste of £20!

I bought memory foam centre pillows which had a hollowfibre surround which gave a bit of softness with that added support they are quite good. Im sure i got them from Dunelm Mill....i dont know theres many of these stores around but they were 15quid for two at the time which i thought was amazing and worth a punt and i like em.

hargreavescarl;6718887

cant believe no one else spotted it, the picy show the rrp price of … cant believe no one else spotted it, the picy show the rrp price of 14.99, so when you pay delivery as well.......sorry, just looked now, iam a k""b. lol,



That was the price but still says RRP £49.99 under it. So post is accurate on saving.

Now ive actually looked at the pic myself these are in fact the pillows I do have never realised they are V comfy!

mamboboy;6724774

I personally find memory foam pillows pretty uncomfortable. They always … I personally find memory foam pillows pretty uncomfortable. They always make me wake up with an aching ear!



Same for me as well.
It's just so hard to find a pillow that you can sink your head into, yet gives you support.

andy92;6724847

If you want good pillows, go for Dunlopillo.Latex filling, not cheap but … If you want good pillows, go for Dunlopillo.Latex filling, not cheap but worth every penny.Had them over 4 years and still the same shape from new. :thumbsup:



dunlopillos are top. only used these since i were a lad!

3 very important things in life are...your pillow....your mattress and your shower.

Dunlopillo Serenity Deluxe Pillows, about £30 each but sure you can get them cheaper, sales etc.

I have them and even take them on weekends away etc. Bit sad maybe but they are quality and you know you will get a good nights sleep :-D

These pillows are not proper memory foam, basically the worst pillows I've ever used!

Original Poster

hargreavescarl;6718887

cant believe no one else spotted it, the picy show the rrp price of … cant believe no one else spotted it, the picy show the rrp price of 14.99, so when you pay delivery as well.......sorry, just looked now, iam a k""b. lol,



Actually mate, if you click go to deal and view the page. Then click the picture, it enlarges and shows you the label that 'apparently' says the RRP is £14.99 actually says Pillow £14.99 (Under it it says RRP £49.99) ;-)
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