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Has anyone tried the memory foam pillows?


CircusMaximus  Male  North Yorkshire
30-Nov-2021 09:11 Message #4849203
Shaped neck pilllows | Ergonomic pillows |TEMPURĀ® UK. The odd shaped pillows which are supposed to help?

Elj  Male  North London
30-Nov-2021 09:23 Message #4849207
Yeah, I put my teeth under one before I went to sleep last night and I had a good sleep :) but I woke up this morning and couldn't remember where I put them :/

jpv  Male  North Yorkshire
30-Nov-2021 09:40 Message #4849208
I use one. It takes a bit getting used to but after that, it is brilliant.

This is the one I got

capnblackbeard  Male  Hertfordshire
30-Nov-2021 09:48 Message #4849209
im not sure if i have or not.

Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
30-Nov-2021 09:50 Message #4849210
I have tried one and didn't like it.

CircusMaximus  Male  North Yorkshire
30-Nov-2021 09:51 Message #4849211
jpv. Do you use a standard shaped pillow or the one with a neck support? I have only looked at the Tempur ones to date.

CircusMaximus  Male  North Yorkshire
30-Nov-2021 09:53 Message #4849212
Minnie. Why not?

wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd
30-Nov-2021 10:33 Message #4849218
Shouldn't you choose pillows based on how you sleep, i.e if you sleep on your side or back then you need different types of pillow? The last pillows I bought were from Dunelm where they have a chart telling you how to pick your pillows and a range of types and prices. Personally I'm not a fan of memory foam, or any foam, I prefer my pillows stuffed with feathers, but each to thier own and whatevers comfortable is the right pillow for you.

Samx  Male  Suffolk
30-Nov-2021 16:48 Message #4849277
I am not fussed. I do not like feathered pillows, because bed-mites tend to infest them. So mine are nylon-strand-stuffed, which does the job perfectly for me. I have not tried memory-foam as yet.

Colonel_Blink  Male  Buckinghamshire
30-Nov-2021 16:55 Message #4849283
I'm very fussed as I can't stand uncomfortable or hard pillows. Mine are usually goose down but I wouldn't mind trying a memory foam one.

eurostar  Female  Merseyside
30-Nov-2021 17:05 Message #4849290
I found it too hard, I like to sink into pillows

Drusilla  Female  Bedfordshire
30-Nov-2021 17:34 Message #4849300
I bought a memory foam neck support pillow from Lidl a while ago. It felt soft enough when I pressed it with my hand, but when I put my head on it, it felt like lying on a brick. I figured it would give a bit in time and get softer - but it didn't. Maybe a higher quality one would be better, like Tempur?

MrQuiet_aka_MrD  Male  Northamptonshire
30-Nov-2021 18:28 Message #4849316
You need to have a short kip in the shop and try one out.

Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
30-Nov-2021 19:22 Message #4849329
Same as everyone else, too hard. Made my ears hurt.


Sea  Female  Essex
30-Nov-2021 20:43 Message #4849339
I like just one nice feather pillow. Don't like big hard pillows or anything foam. Hate memory foam mattresses. And if you take away the fancy word Memory you are simply left with form, which is all they are. Like pocket sprung mattresses, feather duvets and feather pillows. But that is just my preferance. It is all a matter of what you prefer and what you find most comfortable.

leogirl  Female  Essex
1-Dec-2021 00:15 Message #4849349
Tempur pillow .
I am very fussy about having the pillow slip changed every other day or so .

HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire
1-Dec-2021 07:21 Message #4849361
I like a big soft pillow I can sink into LOLOL

Molly  Female  South Yorkshire
1-Dec-2021 09:21 Message #4849380
I tried one but didnt get on with it as I found it on the hard side.

Molly  Female  South Yorkshire
1-Dec-2021 14:31 Message #4849439
They are also heavy so no good for pillow fights.

Aely  Female  Hampshire
2-Dec-2021 17:35 Message #4849682
I have a missing disc in my neck and stiff shoulders. I don't get on with artificial fibre pillows and currently have a pair of goose feather and down pillows, the top one getting partially wrapped round whichever arm I lie on when not sleeping on my back.

Templar2013  Male  South East London
2-Dec-2021 19:18 Message #4849698
I've used the ergonomically shaped Tempur pillow and found it very comfortable. I'm also a goose feather fan most of the time.

HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire
3-Dec-2021 06:35 Message #4849747
The right pillow is important and worth experimenting with.

aayan1  Male  Hampshire
3-Dec-2021 19:52 Message #4849853

sad thing is

I forgot what it felt like - doh..

HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire
4-Dec-2021 07:52 Message #4849878
If anyone does buy one I hope the pillows are better than the jokes LOLOL

wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd
4-Dec-2021 10:58 Message #4849887
Maybe how comfortable you find them depends on the length of ones neck as well as sleeping position?

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