Bought these a while back… very hard (firm) and uncomfortable… I’ll say like a year later… they are just starting to get softer, but still sort of lumpy. I stick to the cheapo regular pillows for 2 or 3 bucks and throw them out when they turn into a pancake.
@mcemanuel@Kurotwotails The reviews of the other pillows they make repeatedly say they are hard as a rock until you fluff them in the dryer with something in there with them to bash around as they fluff.
@mcemanuel@ShotgunX - Aldi actually has had a great ‘travel pillow’ for sale sometimes, it’s actually a zip-up thing you can use as a beach bag but unzips into a - I guess you’d say a mat. Anyway depending what you put in it it makes a decent pillow, nice multifunctional kind of thing.
That last picture sold me. I had not realized that you could wear one of these as a necklace. I’m gonna take that blue number, wear it around my neck, and go down to Lafayette Park across from the White House. I’ll be part of the blue wave.
I have these, not comfortable to sleep on, but if you have neck issues it’s the perfect size to fit behind your neck or on your should to provide a bit of relief without sinking too low. I primarily use it on the couch and it does help.
Bought the first bamboo pillows meh sold which everyone panned. After beating the shit out of them and putting them in the dryer, they turned out great and have been using them ever since. Hotel pillows are too soft so will try any type of travel pillow that will prevent me from having to sleep on them. BTW-am going on a cruise where one of the perks of the cabin we are in is a pillow menu which means I don’t have to drag my travel pillows with me.
I have the big pillow & love them. You do have to fluff them but they are great afterwards. I have a very bad back they work great for me. I have the MyPillow too & prefer these over them (I like them too).