Sound Asleep Pillow @ argos. Was £29.99. Now £8.99
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Sound Asleep Pillow @ argos. Was £29.99. Now £8.99

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Found 3rd Jan 2014
Fall asleep listening to your music with the Sound Asleep Pillow. Plug your iPod or MP3 in and drift off with this sumptuous hollowfibre pillow, listen to music or relaxing sounds, either way you'll be asleep in no time!

Pack quantity: 1.
50/50 polycotton cover.
100% hollowfibre.
Sponge clean only.
Size L74, W48cm.
Free to click & reserve

19 Comments

Always wanted to try this one! Anyone with user experience?:)



Edited by: "zombieman" 3rd Jan 2014

These pillows are great, I've had 3 but I have now pulled the speaker out and put it inside a memory foam pillow for more support

gazjac

These pillows are great, I've had 3 but I have now pulled the speaker out … These pillows are great, I've had 3 but I have now pulled the speaker out and put it inside a memory foam pillow for more support


Thanks. Great idea about what you did as well! Of course I'll be borrowing your idea if you don't mind!

Probably ok if you sleep alone, but too much noise leak for two people. I had one a couple of years ago , but kept the wife awake.
I now use the brilliant www. Sleepphones.com which work brilliantly.

Got my extremely fussy son one for Xmas and he is really pleased with it says sound quality is good and so is the volume !

I had one loved it then brought a speaker off eBay for about £3 and use it in my fav pillow.

Didn't really work for me and my Metallica CD

sarahloub

Got my extremely fussy son one for Xmas and he is really pleased with it … Got my extremely fussy son one for Xmas and he is really pleased with it says sound quality is good and so is the volume !



Thanks for that, just purchased two for my daughters.....;)

That's kinda awesome

Had one, found it really really poor. Sound quality was atrocious but I suppose that should be expected since its a crappy little speaker playing through a pillow. Add to that that its not actually a very good pillow!

If its loud enough to listen to its loud enough to disturb your partner (unless he/she is a bit corned-beef).

[quote=zombieman]Always wanted to try this one! Anyone with user experience?:)



Yes absolutely amazing well worth it hot hot hot

Only £5 in primark.
Not voted tho. As first post.

If you need or want to listen to something while drifting off to sleep, these are brilliant. I got one a few months ago from Matalan for £10, and when the pillow got a little uncomfortable, I just undid the stitching and pulled the speaker out. So, now I can just buy whatever pillow I like and tuck that speaker underneath, which made that £10 I spent even better value.

(voted hot, obviously )

This "sounds" like a great deal :P

bought one for my nephew a while back he loves it. Now going to get the kids one each as presents from the grandparents.

Just reserved one. Thanks!

Jeezeypeeps

Had one, found it really really poor. Sound quality was atrocious but I … Had one, found it really really poor. Sound quality was atrocious but I suppose that should be expected since its a crappy little speaker playing through a pillow. Add to that that its not actually a very good pillow!If its loud enough to listen to its loud enough to disturb your partner (unless he/she is a bit corned-beef).



Corned beef?! What have her teeth got anything to do with her not being able to hear?! If you're gonna use Cockney rhyming slang then at least use the right phrase! For your info the correct phrase to have used in this instance would be "Mutt and Jeff", or simply "Mutton"! ;-)

Foxy

Corned beef?! What have her teeth got anything to do with her not being … Corned beef?! What have her teeth got anything to do with her not being able to hear?! If you're gonna use Cockney rhyming slang then at least use the right phrase! For your info the correct phrase to have used in this instance would be "Mutt and Jeff", or simply "Mutton"! ;-)



Who mentioned anything cockney? For your information rhyming slang is used in many places, not just Cockneyshire. Where I come from, corned beef is the common expression (as an alternative to "deef").

Thank you for this opportunity to improve your education.

Good Deal - Had one a few years ago - speaker stopped working but it was subjected to some rough treatment by the kids - good for audiobooks.
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