We need an official statement from the seller or the manufacturer. Otherwise, in typical misleading marketing form, they’re saying something they know we think means something, but legally it doesn’t, and when the product doesn’t exhibit that assumed behavior, consumers have no recourse.
So tell us, Meh employees. What does zero shift actually mean?
@hchavers well… the amazon description does state that these pillows are a great choice for people who suffer from “other respiratory issues.”
Maybe these will help out later.
Glass half full attitude.
@ParadisePete@radi0j0hn Yeah, but I see the reviewmeta data in your link is based on 7 reviews, where the Amazon listing shows 12 reviews, so they tossed 5 out of 12, or about 42% of the reviews, I guess they thought those were fake. 7 out of 12 would be an F, in the classes I taught. Whatever…
@ParadisePete@phendrick@radi0j0hn If you check Amazon, there are only 7 actual reviews. There are an additional 5 ratings that don’t actually have reviews written for them. No way to tell if those ratings are legitimate or not. For what it’s worth, ReviewMeta feels that the reviews that are available are legit: “0% of potentially unnatural reviews removed.”
As for Fakespot, the main reason for the F seems to simply be a lack of reviews: “Insufficient reliable reviews” is listed as the primary factor in their rating. In my book that should be an N/A, but oh well. They feel the least authentic review is “Very nice overall! Super soft and comfortable. Just wish for a little more filling. Would still purchase again.” That seems reasonably authentic to me, but judge for yourself.
If you do want to pick these up, the main consistent thread through the scant reviews seems to be that the king size is a little under filled. There were three reviews complaining about that (including the “inauthentic” one above,) all bought the king size and one person specifically mentioned it wasn’t an issue with the queen version they bought previously. I’d let that be the main take away.
I can’t tell how those words are supposed to be grouped.
Are these coastal, “comfort zero”, “gel fiber” pillows?
Are they “coastal comfort zero”, “gel”, “fiber” pillows?
Is it all one crazy phrase like they’re made of the fibers of a gel that’s guaranteed not to have any coastal comfort?
@Stumpy91 I agree - I bought them at Morningsave as well and they are still very flat. I put them in the dryer on air fluff and it had no effect. I was wondering if anyone else knew the magic to get these things to actually look like pillows and not placemats.
I don’t know if these will be anywhere near as supportive and adjustable as the one with a water compartment that I found recently, but might as well live dangerously if I’m going to be stuck in the house anyway.
OK, just picked these up today and opened one. I am not sure how it will be for sleeping because even after flopping it around for a while, it isn’t very thick and it seems like it would shift plenty…
But I have to say, I love the floppy heft of it. It will definitely be a great pillow to throw on my lap and might be a good “sofa nap” pillow.
I agree with every negative comment the others have made. These pillows are a joke. Flat as a pancake. No support at all. These were a MAJOR disappointment. If they come up for sale again I’ll be adding copious amounts of negativity to the discussion.