@transplant I’ve been trying to figure out how to convey the hardness and heft of those pillows. The closest I can come is: remember when you left your Nerf football outside all winter, and then it turned into a kind peeling foam rock? Imagine a pillow filled with those petrified Nerf rocks, and you have that bamboo pillow
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@fastharry@Felton10 The tower arrived today, and you’d think a hoard of chipmunks arrived too. We packed those yogurt pretzels in our cheeks like there was going to be 6 more weeks of winter. Should have bought more.
So many of the Amazon reviews mention a smell, if Meh is selling these are they possibly moldy? Why are they so cheap? There has to be something other then they suck so much, that nothing else in this category sucks nearly as much as these super sucky examples of suck-tacularness. If not they are still Meh, no Bluetooth, no use for my now aging fridge stored batteries.
A close comparison to the pillows linked to Amazon shows that these are not the same pillows. The ones on Amazon have plusher cases by far. Searching the two product numbers only gets hits for meh’s website. These are probably knock-offs.
OK, Meh. Now you claim, “WE’RE SOLD OUT EXCEPT FOR A SMALL AMOUNT WE SET ASIDE FOR EXISTING VMP MEMBERS TO BE RELEASED AT 4PM ET.” Am I one of the existing VMP members you’re gonna release at 4PM ET? If so, I’d better get dressed.
So I also ordered these about two weeks ago… they said processing until I messaged asking what’s going on with my order… now they deleted my order and haven’t refunded me… wtf? Literally didn’t even get a response explaining what’s going on.
@jayache There was an issue with the inventory on these and we had to cancel a few orders. You should have received an email detailing that. We’ll respond to your case. Also, no copy and pastes here. Sorry for the trouble.
@jayache@Thumperchick I have always found customer service has dealt fairly with the few issues I have had. Generally it takes a handful of days but in the end they have always been fair and reasonable.
I got mine in yesterday and followed the directions (let set for 30 minutes before using is about it). I let them sit overnight actually. I woke up this morning hoping they would look a lot more like a pillow, but NO… they more resemble the shape of ramen noodles prior to cooking. Very wavy, and compact. I am sure hoping it gets better, but after 10hrs I am not holding my breath.
It does mention you can try to put them in the dryer for a bit so I will likely try that tonight.
@RascalMJ Got mine 3 days ago. Dryer on high for 30 mins fluffed mine right up! They’re comfortable, and the right amount of firm for me. Don’t know why people are complaining. Hope it worked for you. I have the king size because the others were sold out, but I’m guessing size shouldn’t make a difference (cue Michael Scott).
@GospelX Are you running them through the dryer on low, medium or high setting? I put mine through low for 20 mins (new dryer, not sure how serious it is) and let them sit overnight. Still not quite seeing the regular pillow shape, but perhaps the resemblance of a post pillow fight pillow?
@FeistyTwoBears I just followed the instructions on the label. Since I don’t have that anymore, it’s hard to say. Try 30 minutes on low. If that doesn’t work, follow-up with another 20 minutes on low. Repeat until the pillows look right. (Maybe 10-15 minutes on high won’t hurt?)
This memory foam forgot how to be comfortable. They are like pillowcases filled with large stones, twigs and soil. If you’re into camping you’ll adore them. I donated mine to the homeless … and felt guilty.