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I just want a nice pillow. Any advice?

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ArseInTheCoOpWindow · 19/03/2023 15:53

I’m so sick of the fuckers. They’re all shite.

Fancy posh quilted one was like sleeping on a bag of rocks after 5 months. Super posh memory foam one was like sleeping on a slab of bread.

Dd has has informed me she hates her goose feather ones (as do l) so I’m sort of stuck in a shit pillowgate situation.

Please recommend me a nice comfy pillow that doesn’t lose its shape and cause the pillowcase to twist round it. Is this rocket science?😭

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Bunnyhair · 26/03/2023 23:25

Someone recommended a Dunlopillow on here about 7 years ago, and I got one, and it's been fantastic. Best pillow I've ever had.


DontStopMeNow1 · 05/04/2023 18:16

I love the extra support ones from Asda!! They are really supportive, keep their shape and at £12 a pair, you don't have to bother washing them!!


lorn195 · 05/04/2023 18:21

ArseInTheCoOpWindow · 24/03/2023 08:35

The Premier Inn ones are here and are wonderful. Maybe a bit ‘high’ but l hoofed the underneath pillow out.

Bouncy and comfortable. They are quite big, but fit snuggly in a pillowcase and l prefer this.


Thank you for recommending them.

We have just bought some alongside a Premier Inn duvet. Would definitely not swap for anything else.


Theraffarian · 05/04/2023 20:47

Did any of you get the soft premier inn ones ? They are hovering around my basket at the moment , but I can’t justify another duff front sleeper pillow.


Riverbiscuits · 05/04/2023 20:49

Dunlopillo latex, they last for years, it’s all I’ll buy for myself after trying different types.

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