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Rating

Filling Material

Pro's & Con's

Dimesnion (LxBxH)

Firmness

Suitable For

Cover

Anti-allergic

Washable Pillowcase

Cervical Contour Memory Foam Pillow

Elviros

Cervical Contour Memory Foam Pillow

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Our Rating

9.6 / 10

11/2021

cherryrate
cherryrate
cherryrate

100% material foam

33 x 56 x (11/9) cm
Moderate
Side and back sleepers
38% ice silk viscose and 62% polyester

Homescapes

Medium feather pillows

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Our Rating

9.5 / 10

11/2021

cherryrate
cherryrate
cherryrate

100% duck feather

48 x 74 cm
Firm
Side and back sleepers
Cotton
at 40°C

Trekology

Aluft 2.0 Ultralight Inflatable Travel Camping Pillow

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Our Rating

9.4 / 10

11/2021

Not applicable

30.5 x 40.6 x 10.2 cm
Firm
Side, stomach, and back sleepers
Elastic TPU fabric

Linens Limited

Polycotton Polyester Hollowfiber Pillow

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Our Rating

9.3 / 10

11/2021

cherryrate
cherryrate

Polyester

48 x 74 cm
Soft
Not mentioned
50% cotton and 50% polyester

NOFFA

Soft Orthopedic Pillows

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Our Rating

9.2 / 10

11/2021

cherryrate
cherryrate
cherryrate

Latex like foam

38 x 70 x 12 cm
Soft
Side, stomach, and back sleepers
Not mentioned

TEMPUR

Original Sleeping Pillow

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Our Rating

9.2 / 10

11/2021

cherryrate
cherryrate
cherryrate

Visco-elastic memory foam

31 x 61 x (10/7) cm
Moderate
Side and back sleepers
99% polyester and 1% elastane
at 60°C

Handelsturm

Buckwheat cushion

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Our Rating

9.0 / 10

11/2021

cherryrate
cherryrate
cherryrate

100% buckwheat hulls

50 x 70 cm
Firm
Side and back sleepers
Cotton

Elviros

Cervical Contour Memory Foam Pillow


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Our Rating

9.6 / 10

11/2021

€41.99

€41.99

Pro's & Con's


Features

Filling Material

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cherryrate

100% material foam

Dimesnion (LxBxH)

33 x 56 x (11/9) cm

Firmness

Moderate

Suitable For

Side and back sleepers

Cover

38% ice silk viscose and 62% polyester

Anti-allergic

Washable Pillowcase

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1.1 Types

There is usually a pillow on which we rest our head, but this is just one type of pillow. A pillow is available in various other types, and they are listed below:

  • Body pillow
    A body pillow is specially designed for the body’s shape. It is an elongated pillow that you can put between your legs and cuddle while sleeping. You cannot do this with a regular pillow since they are a lot shorter. 

  • Travel pillow
    A travel pillow is very much required when you have a long flight. Also, known as a neck pillow, you must have seen people carrying it on the plane. It is in U shape and hangs around your neck, making the journey comfortable.

  • Camping pillows
    A large or regular pillow is hard to stuff in a backpack, and there comes the camping pillows. They are inflatable pillows. You carry them deflated and inflate them to make them the equivalent size of a regular pillow at the time of use.

There is usually a pillow on which we rest our head, but this is just one type of pillow. A pillow is available in various other types, and they are listed below:

  • Body pillow
    A body pillow is specially designed for the body’s shape. It is an elongated pillow that you can put between your legs and cuddle while sleeping. You cannot do this with a regular pillow since they are a lot shorter. 

  • Travel pillow
    A travel pillow is very much required when you have a long flight. Also, known as a neck pillow, you must have seen people carrying it on the plane. It is in U shape and hangs around your neck, making the journey comfortable.

  • Camping pillows
    A large or regular pillow is hard to stuff in a backpack, and there comes the camping pillows. They are inflatable pillows. You carry them deflated and inflate them to make them the equivalent size of a regular pillow at the time of use.

1.2 Sleeping Position

When it comes to selecting the pillow, one size doesn’t fit all. Sleeping positions matter while buying a pillow. Only an ideal pillow will provide you with comfort and keep your spine aligned well.

It is very easy to identify if the pillow is right for you. A perfect pillow will not let your neck tilt while you lie down. Let’s look closely and find out what kind of pillows would be an ideal choice for different kinds of sleepers.

  • Side sleeper

Side sleepers essentially need pillows that are thick & firm and will keep their neck, ears and shoulders in line because this would prevent the neck from extending on either side.

  • Stomach sleeper

On the contrary, stomach sleepers require much thinner and softer pillows. The neck should rest naturally and remain in a neutral position. Also, stomach sleepers are often recommended to keep the pillows under the shoulder to ensure proper spine alignment.

  • Back sleeper

A pillow of medium thickness is what could be an ideal pick for back sleepers. It helps to keep their neck aligned without needing to arch the head forward.

  • Combination sleeper

Suppose you are a combination sleeper who tends to change the sleeping positions throughout the night. In that case, you should ideally go for a plush pillow where the pillow can actually be moved around, extending a greater comfort. It automatically helps to find a better position while the sleepers move around the bed while sleeping.

When it comes to selecting the pillow, one size doesn’t fit all. Sleeping positions matter while buying a pillow. Only an ideal pillow will provide you with comfort and keep your spine aligned well.

It is very easy to identify if the pillow is right for you. A perfect pillow will not let your neck tilt while you lie down. Let’s look closely and find out what kind of pillows would be an ideal choice for different kinds of sleepers.

  • Side sleeper

Side sleepers essentially need pillows that are thick & firm and will keep their neck, ears and shoulders in line because this would prevent the neck from extending on either side.

  • Stomach sleeper

On the contrary, stomach sleepers require much thinner and softer pillows. The neck should rest naturally and remain in a neutral position. Also, stomach sleepers are often recommended to keep the pillows under the shoulder to ensure proper spine alignment.

  • Back sleeper

A pillow of medium thickness is what could be an ideal pick for back sleepers. It helps to keep their neck aligned without needing to arch the head forward.

  • Combination sleeper

Suppose you are a combination sleeper who tends to change the sleeping positions throughout the night. In that case, you should ideally go for a plush pillow where the pillow can actually be moved around, extending a greater comfort. It automatically helps to find a better position while the sleepers move around the bed while sleeping.

1.3 Filling

The filling of the pillows is another comfort-related factor that is very important to consider before you place the order. A great variety is available in the filling of the pillows and they are as follows:

  • Memory Foam

Memory foam pillow either has a hard and solid layer of this foam or is filled with the cut-up chunks of this material. The memory foam pillows are denser in comparison to polyester or shredded foam pillows. Also, memory foam pillows tend to affirm your head shape due to their inert capacities and characteristics. It has reduced breathability compared to other pillows, and hence it may make your head a little hot during the night.

  • Latex

The latex pillow is usually made of natural latex obtained from tree sap or synthetic latex. Both synthetic and natural latex pillows tend to give a more bumpy and spring-like feel. The latex also comes back to its shape after being compressed as compared to the memory foam pillow.

  • Down or Feathers

Down or feather pillows are expensive. They are made up of duck or goose down. The down is rated by the fill power, which indicates the amount of space that an ounce of down consumes. The higher would be the fill power, the more the pillow would come out to be. Due to their form characteristic, the feather pillows don’t trap as much heat and keep you cool throughout the night due to their form characteristic.

  • Buckwheat

Buckwheat is a material obtained from small dry seeds, and a buckwheat pillow provides extra comfort to the head and neck. But these pillows have a downside: they might be too noisy for some users as the dry seeds rustle when you move.

  • Kapok

It is a 100% natural filling material. Kapok comes from the kapok tree, which is grown in Indonesia. It is famous for regulating moisture and air well, making it ideal for summer. Kapok is antibacterial, due to which sleepers allergic to dust mite use it the most. Also, they are relatively firm, providing the proper support for most side and back sleepers. Unfortunately, this material is not washable and does not last as long as most pillows.

  • Synthetic

Synthetic materials come in all shapes and sizes, including fibre balls or flakes. Also, a pillow stuffed with synthetic material come in different hardnesses. Most type of synthetic filling is anti-allergic, and these filling pillows are the cheapest option. They are almost odourless and effortless to wash. They last for three years and feel very warm, making them suitable for winters. 

  • Water

Water pillows essentially feature a removable bag that can be filled with water. Many people find water-filled pillows comfortable. The outer covering of such water pillows is typically made up of cotton or polyester.

The table will make it easier for you to choose the pillow material.

Memory Foam

Latex

Down or Feathers

Buckwheat

Kapok

Synthetic

Water

Support

Better

Best

Good

Good

Good

Good

Good

Elasticity

Good

Best

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Better

Better

Better

Good

Shape Retention

Better

Better

Good

Better

Better

Better

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Pressure Distribution

Best

Better

Better

Good

Good

Better

Good

Ventilation

Good

Best

Better

Good

Better

Best

Better

Durability

Best

Best

Better

Good

Better

Best

Best

Maintenance

Best

Best

Better

Good

Better

Best

Best

The filling of the pillows is another comfort-related factor that is very important to consider before you place the order. A great variety is available in the filling of the pillows and they are as follows:

  • Memory Foam

Memory foam pillow either has a hard and solid layer of this foam or is filled with the cut-up chunks of this material. The memory foam pillows are denser in comparison to polyester or shredded foam pillows. Also, memory foam pillows tend to affirm your head shape due to their inert capacities and characteristics. It has reduced breathability compared to other pillows, and hence it may make your head a little hot during the night.

  • Latex

The latex pillow is usually made of natural latex obtained from tree sap or synthetic latex. Both synthetic and natural latex pillows tend to give a more bumpy and spring-like feel. The latex also comes back to its shape after being compressed as compared to the memory foam pillow.

  • Down or Feathers

Down or feather pillows are expensive. They are made up of duck or goose down. The down is rated by the fill power, which indicates the amount of space that an ounce of down consumes. The higher would be the fill power, the more the pillow would come out to be. Due to their form characteristic, the feather pillows don’t trap as much heat and keep you cool throughout the night due to their form characteristic.

  • Buckwheat

Buckwheat is a material obtained from small dry seeds, and a buckwheat pillow provides extra comfort to the head and neck. But these pillows have a downside: they might be too noisy for some users as the dry seeds rustle when you move.

  • Kapok

It is a 100% natural filling material. Kapok comes from the kapok tree, which is grown in Indonesia. It is famous for regulating moisture and air well, making it ideal for summer. Kapok is antibacterial, due to which sleepers allergic to dust mite use it the most. Also, they are relatively firm, providing the proper support for most side and back sleepers. Unfortunately, this material is not washable and does not last as long as most pillows.

  • Synthetic

Synthetic materials come in all shapes and sizes, including fibre balls or flakes. Also, a pillow stuffed with synthetic material come in different hardnesses. Most type of synthetic filling is anti-allergic, and these filling pillows are the cheapest option. They are almost odourless and effortless to wash. They last for three years and feel very warm, making them suitable for winters. 

  • Water

Water pillows essentially feature a removable bag that can be filled with water. Many people find water-filled pillows comfortable. The outer covering of such water pillows is typically made up of cotton or polyester.

The table will make it easier for you to choose the pillow material.

Memory Foam

Latex

Down or Feathers

Buckwheat

Kapok

Synthetic

Water

Support

Better

Best

Good

Good

Good

Good

Good

Elasticity

Good

Best

Better

Better

Better

Better

Good

Shape Retention

Better

Better

Good

Better

Better

Better

Better

Pressure Distribution

Best

Better

Better

Good

Good

Better

Good

Ventilation

Good

Best

Better

Good

Better

Best

Better

Durability

Best

Best

Better

Good

Better

Best

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Maintenance

Best

Best

Better

Good

Better

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1.4 Posture

Besides sleeping position, another personal choice of yours that determines a pillow choice is your posture. Do you have broad shoulders that creates a relatively large space between your head and the mattress? You need to fill them right so that your neck and spine are in a nice straight line. Similarly, if you have relatively more weight, choose a firm pillow to support your head and neck properly. 

Besides sleeping position, another personal choice of yours that determines a pillow choice is your posture. Do you have broad shoulders that creates a relatively large space between your head and the mattress? You need to fill them right so that your neck and spine are in a nice straight line. Similarly, if you have relatively more weight, choose a firm pillow to support your head and neck properly. 

1.5 Mattress

In addition to the above features, you must take the firmness of the mattress also into account. For example, if the bed is soft, you will sink further into it, reducing the distance between your head and the mattress. Therefore, you will need a softer pillow.

In addition to the above features, you must take the firmness of the mattress also into account. For example, if the bed is soft, you will sink further into it, reducing the distance between your head and the mattress. Therefore, you will need a softer pillow.

1.6 Firmness

You must also consider the pillow’s firmness while buying it. You can choose between hard, moderate and soft. It is, of course, a personal preference. However, the firmness is determined by the sleeping position. Often stomach and back sleepers prefer soft pillows, while side sleepers choose a firm pillow. Both soft and hard pillows can provide sufficient support. It all depends on the amount of filling.

You must also consider the pillow’s firmness while buying it. You can choose between hard, moderate and soft. It is, of course, a personal preference. However, the firmness is determined by the sleeping position. Often stomach and back sleepers prefer soft pillows, while side sleepers choose a firm pillow. Both soft and hard pillows can provide sufficient support. It all depends on the amount of filling.

1.7 Reflection time

Many pillow manufacturers give reflection time which means if you don’t like the pillow, you can return it within 30 days. It is an excellent advantage to have, especially if you are buying an expensive one.

Many pillow manufacturers give reflection time which means if you don’t like the pillow, you can return it within 30 days. It is an excellent advantage to have, especially if you are buying an expensive one.

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2.1 Which pillow is best for side sleepers?

The pillow should be high enough for side sleepers to fill the space between the head and the mattress completely. Also, the neck must be adequately supported.

The pillow should be high enough for side sleepers to fill the space between the head and the mattress completely. Also, the neck must be adequately supported.

2.2 Which material pillow is best if I want to feel warm quickly?

A cold foam pillow is ideal in this case since it has reduced breathability in comparison to other pillows.

A cold foam pillow is ideal in this case since it has reduced breathability in comparison to other pillows.

2.3 Which material pillow takes body shape completely?

A pillow that moulds entirely to your body should be filled with memory foam.

A pillow that moulds entirely to your body should be filled with memory foam.

2.4 Which pillow is best for me if I am allergic to dust mites?

If you are allergic to dust mites, get that material pillow that you can easily wash, such as synthetic and memory foam. Most importantly, the material should be such that you can wash it at a minimum of 60ºC in the washing machine. You can also choose latex as it is antifungal and antibacterial. Stay away from feathers, down and kapok because the house dust mites thrive in this.

If you are allergic to dust mites, get that material pillow that you can easily wash, such as synthetic and memory foam. Most importantly, the material should be such that you can wash it at a minimum of 60ºC in the washing machine. You can also choose latex as it is antifungal and antibacterial. Stay away from feathers, down and kapok because the house dust mites thrive in this.

2.5 I have neck pain. Which pillow is best for me?

If you have pain in the neck and shoulder, the pillow must be firm enough to keep the head at the right angle. Also, it should be soft enough to relieve pressure points. You can choose memory foam, latex, buckwheat or feather pillow, as these materials provide the balance of support and release pressure.

If you have pain in the neck and shoulder, the pillow must be firm enough to keep the head at the right angle. Also, it should be soft enough to relieve pressure points. You can choose memory foam, latex, buckwheat or feather pillow, as these materials provide the balance of support and release pressure.

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3.1 How often the pillows should be replaced?

You should be replacing your pillows after every 1 or 2 years of usage.

You should be replacing your pillows after every 1 or 2 years of usage.

3.2 How do you know that the pillow is damaged or is of bad quality?

There are specific indications for this, including when the pillow starts to smell bad due to developing noticeable lumps, when it becomes flat enough to fold or when a pillow starts causing neck and back pain over consistent usage.

There are specific indications for this, including when the pillow starts to smell bad due to developing noticeable lumps, when it becomes flat enough to fold or when a pillow starts causing neck and back pain over consistent usage.

3.3 Why does a pillow turn yellow?

Yellow patches are often observed on the pillow’s surface due to human sweat and dead cells.

Yellow patches are often observed on the pillow’s surface due to human sweat and dead cells.

3.4 What is the average durability of a good quality pillow?

A good quality pillow from a reputed manufacturer and manufactured as per the fashion trend lasts for at least two years.

A good quality pillow from a reputed manufacturer and manufactured as per the fashion trend lasts for at least two years.

3.5 I am having a headache while using the pillow. What could be the issue?

Pillows that are too high for a particular user can cause pain in the head and neck due to lean forward, adding tension to the suboccipital neck muscles. The consistent pressure exerted on the neck for a long time eventually causes neck ache, backache and headache.

Pillows that are too high for a particular user can cause pain in the head and neck due to lean forward, adding tension to the suboccipital neck muscles. The consistent pressure exerted on the neck for a long time eventually causes neck ache, backache and headache.

3.6 What makes a pillow best?

A pillow with the following features is the best.

  • Correct height

  • Fixed shape

  • Elastic

  • Not being temperature and pressure-sensitive

  • Excellent ventilatation

  • Antifungal and antibacterial properties

  • Adapts to your physique and sleeping position 

A pillow with the following features is the best.

  • Correct height

  • Fixed shape

  • Elastic

  • Not being temperature and pressure-sensitive

  • Excellent ventilatation

  • Antifungal and antibacterial properties

  • Adapts to your physique and sleeping position 

Tempur, Cindrella, M Line, Bedsure are some of the best pillow manufacturers in the Netherlands.

Tempur, Cindrella, M Line, Bedsure are some of the best pillow manufacturers in the Netherlands.

3.8 Can a pillow cause pain in my neck?

Yes, a pillow can cause pain in your neck if it’s a bad pillow because then it will provide either very little or too much support for your head and neck, putting pressure on the natural position of your neck vertebrae.

You can get neck pain if your pillow is too high, too low, too hard, or worn out.

Yes, a pillow can cause pain in your neck if it’s a bad pillow because then it will provide either very little or too much support for your head and neck, putting pressure on the natural position of your neck vertebrae.

You can get neck pain if your pillow is too high, too low, too hard, or worn out.

3.9 How do I choose the right pillow?

Your pillow must support your neck and head, but not so much that your neck ends up at an unnatural angle. It is a must for your spine and neck to stay in the correct position while you sleep. Therefore, back sleepers choose a medium-thick pillow.

Your pillow must support your neck and head, but not so much that your neck ends up at an unnatural angle. It is a must for your spine and neck to stay in the correct position while you sleep. Therefore, back sleepers choose a medium-thick pillow.

3.10 Should I put my shoulders on the pillow while sleeping?

Never use your shoulder as a pillow. The right thing to do is rest your head on the pillow and pull the pillow towards your shoulder rather than raising your shoulder toward the pillow. By doing the latter, the muscles in the neck, shoulder and upper back become tense.

Never use your shoulder as a pillow. The right thing to do is rest your head on the pillow and pull the pillow towards your shoulder rather than raising your shoulder toward the pillow. By doing the latter, the muscles in the neck, shoulder and upper back become tense.

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4.1 What are the general usage and care instructions for pillows?

  • Some of the pillows available in the market could even be easily washed in washing machines, while the others may have to be washed by hands or need to be dry cleaned. Therefore, always check the washing instructions before you wash it for the first time.

  • Unless your pillow is a single foam pillow, it is recommended to leave the pillow at regular intervals to maintain its shape.

  • It is always important to check the breathability of the pillow. Breathability refers to the capacity of the pillow to provide proper ventilation.

  • It is also essential to check the pillow’s cover before making the final purchase, as it considerably contributes to the overall durability of the pillow.

  • Please look for the warranty and trial periods as it helps cover the damages if any happens within a short time of the purchase.

  • Some of the pillows available in the market could even be easily washed in washing machines, while the others may have to be washed by hands or need to be dry cleaned. Therefore, always check the washing instructions before you wash it for the first time.

  • Unless your pillow is a single foam pillow, it is recommended to leave the pillow at regular intervals to maintain its shape.

  • It is always important to check the breathability of the pillow. Breathability refers to the capacity of the pillow to provide proper ventilation.

  • It is also essential to check the pillow’s cover before making the final purchase, as it considerably contributes to the overall durability of the pillow.

  • Please look for the warranty and trial periods as it helps cover the damages if any happens within a short time of the purchase.

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6.1 Elviros Cervical Contour Memory Foam Pillow

  • The Elviros cervical contour is a memory foam pillow designed to perfectly support and align your head, neck, shoulder, and back.

  • This is best suited for back and side sleepers, but stomach sleepers can also use it.

  • The inclined design prevents your head from rolling out of a stable position and thereby, reducing stress in the cervical vertebra and spine. Further, it improves sleep and relieves neck and shoulder pain.

  • The ergonomic design supports the natural curve of your body, keeping air passages optimal for less snoring.

  • The pillows have adjustable heights. You can choose between the two heights (9 or 11 cm) designed for side and back sleepers, respectively. Back sleepers with cervical issues should choose the higher side (11cm) as it will provide better head and cervical support to keep your neck aligned with the rest of your body. The rest of the sleepers can choose the bottom side, i.e. 9cm.

  • The sleeping pillow core is made of high-density slow-rebound memory foam, providing sleeping firm support with great comfort and softness.

  • It is great at shape-retention.

  • The pillowcase is made of breathable material, i.e. 38% ice silk viscose and 62% polyester. It allows air circulation to keep the pillow cool while you sleep.

  • The pillowcase has a zipper, and also it is machine washable.

  • The Elviros cervical contour is a memory foam pillow designed to perfectly support and align your head, neck, shoulder, and back.

  • This is best suited for back and side sleepers, but stomach sleepers can also use it.

  • The inclined design prevents your head from rolling out of a stable position and thereby, reducing stress in the cervical vertebra and spine. Further, it improves sleep and relieves neck and shoulder pain.

  • The ergonomic design supports the natural curve of your body, keeping air passages optimal for less snoring.

  • The pillows have adjustable heights. You can choose between the two heights (9 or 11 cm) designed for side and back sleepers, respectively. Back sleepers with cervical issues should choose the higher side (11cm) as it will provide better head and cervical support to keep your neck aligned with the rest of your body. The rest of the sleepers can choose the bottom side, i.e. 9cm.

  • The sleeping pillow core is made of high-density slow-rebound memory foam, providing sleeping firm support with great comfort and softness.

  • It is great at shape-retention.

  • The pillowcase is made of breathable material, i.e. 38% ice silk viscose and 62% polyester. It allows air circulation to keep the pillow cool while you sleep.

  • The pillowcase has a zipper, and also it is machine washable.

6.2 Homescapes Medium feather pillows

  • It is a set of 2 medium-strength feather pillows with 100% duck feather filling.

  • The pillows measure approx 48(l) x 74(b) cm.

  • The closely woven cover is 100% cotton with a 230 thread count making it skin-friendly, breathable and mite resistant.

  • The pillows are certified by international Oeko-Tex 100 and Responsible Down Standards.

  • These are anti-sweat pillows. They have temperature-regulating properties, and the feathers can quickly absorb the moisture and then release it into the air.

  • The cushions are machine washable at 40 degrees and can be tumble dried at a low temperature. 

  • It is a set of 2 medium-strength feather pillows with 100% duck feather filling.

  • The pillows measure approx 48(l) x 74(b) cm.

  • The closely woven cover is 100% cotton with a 230 thread count making it skin-friendly, breathable and mite resistant.

  • The pillows are certified by international Oeko-Tex 100 and Responsible Down Standards.

  • These are anti-sweat pillows. They have temperature-regulating properties, and the feathers can quickly absorb the moisture and then release it into the air.

  • The cushions are machine washable at 40 degrees and can be tumble dried at a low temperature. 

6.3 Trekology Aluft 2.0 Ultralight Inflatable Travel Camping Pillow

  • This is a camping Willow that measures only 5(l) x 13(w) cm, when not inflated, is shorter than a soda can.

  • It is compact and weighs only 110 grams.

  • When inflated, it becomes a comfortable pillow for head or neck support. 

  • With a simple push-button, you can inflate it with your mouth in about 3-5 breaths. And deflation also takes a few seconds.

  • It is made using the unique technology that you can adjust its firmness as per your sleeping habits.

  • It has an improved design, state-of-the-art high-strength, and water-resistant elastic TPU fabric.

  • It is perfect for all sleeping positions.

  • You can pair it with any inflatable sleeping pads.

  • It has a detachable latch design keeping it in place. The locking strap fits well with air-moving sleeping pads preventing the pillow from moving while you are sleeping.

  • The anti-slipping rubber dots increases the surface friction between your pillow and the sleeping mat. 

  • This is a camping Willow that measures only 5(l) x 13(w) cm, when not inflated, is shorter than a soda can.

  • It is compact and weighs only 110 grams.

  • When inflated, it becomes a comfortable pillow for head or neck support. 

  • With a simple push-button, you can inflate it with your mouth in about 3-5 breaths. And deflation also takes a few seconds.

  • It is made using the unique technology that you can adjust its firmness as per your sleeping habits.

  • It has an improved design, state-of-the-art high-strength, and water-resistant elastic TPU fabric.

  • It is perfect for all sleeping positions.

  • You can pair it with any inflatable sleeping pads.

  • It has a detachable latch design keeping it in place. The locking strap fits well with air-moving sleeping pads preventing the pillow from moving while you are sleeping.

  • The anti-slipping rubber dots increases the surface friction between your pillow and the sleeping mat. 

6.4 Linens Limited Polycotton Polyester Hollowfiber Pillow

  • The polycotton polyester hollow fibre pillows are known for giving comfortable sleep.

  • The set of two features a smooth polycotton shell.

  • The soft and light synthetic hollow fibre filling gives you a warm and cosy embrace.

  • These polyester pillows will remain soft and retain their shape, wash after wash.

  • The pillows are 48 cm long and 74 cm wide.

  • The cover is 50% cotton and 50% polyester.

  • You can machine wash the pillow at 40°C and can also be tumble dried.

  • The polycotton polyester hollow fibre pillows are known for giving comfortable sleep.

  • The set of two features a smooth polycotton shell.

  • The soft and light synthetic hollow fibre filling gives you a warm and cosy embrace.

  • These polyester pillows will remain soft and retain their shape, wash after wash.

  • The pillows are 48 cm long and 74 cm wide.

  • The cover is 50% cotton and 50% polyester.

  • You can machine wash the pillow at 40°C and can also be tumble dried.

6.5 NOFFA Soft Orthopedic Pillows

  • The soft and comfortable latex-like foam pillow is for everyone.

  • It measures 70(l) x 389(b) x 12(h) cm.

  • It has three layers, special foam covered by an inner pillowcase and finally a knitting cover.

  • It provides the proper support to the head, back, and neck creating a comfortable environment and ensuring a sound sleep.

  • The superior quality latex-like foam is very breathable than ordinary memory foam.

  • It keeps your head dry at the time of sleep and makes you feel fresh when you wake up. Unlike memory foam which hardens in cold weather, it will remain soft through the seasons.

  • The pillowcase is washable but not the pillow core.

  • The pillow is semi-vacuum packed and takes 4-48 hours to restore the original shape.

  • The soft and comfortable latex-like foam pillow is for everyone.

  • It measures 70(l) x 389(b) x 12(h) cm.

  • It has three layers, special foam covered by an inner pillowcase and finally a knitting cover.

  • It provides the proper support to the head, back, and neck creating a comfortable environment and ensuring a sound sleep.

  • The superior quality latex-like foam is very breathable than ordinary memory foam.

  • It keeps your head dry at the time of sleep and makes you feel fresh when you wake up. Unlike memory foam which hardens in cold weather, it will remain soft through the seasons.

  • The pillowcase is washable but not the pillow core.

  • The pillow is semi-vacuum packed and takes 4-48 hours to restore the original shape.

6.6 TEMPUR Original Sleeping Pillow

  • Tempur is a popular brand in the field of pillows. 

  • This is a visco-elastic memory foam pillow that ensures good lying comfort.

  • It moulds to the contours of neck & head. Therefore, it just not provide optimum support to the neck and shoulder muscles but also relieves these muscles.

  • The pillowcase feels nice and soft and has been treated against dust mites.

  • It is not just an anti-allergic but also a hypoallergenic pillow.

  • This queen size pillow is ergonomically designed to support back and side sleepers.

  • It has two heights. Back sleepers with cervical issues can sleep on the higher side, i.e. 10 cm, and others can choose 7 cm height.

  •  It provides exceptional support in the area of ​​the head, neck and shoulders.

  • Tempur is a popular brand in the field of pillows. 

  • This is a visco-elastic memory foam pillow that ensures good lying comfort.

  • It moulds to the contours of neck & head. Therefore, it just not provide optimum support to the neck and shoulder muscles but also relieves these muscles.

  • The pillowcase feels nice and soft and has been treated against dust mites.

  • It is not just an anti-allergic but also a hypoallergenic pillow.

  • This queen size pillow is ergonomically designed to support back and side sleepers.

  • It has two heights. Back sleepers with cervical issues can sleep on the higher side, i.e. 10 cm, and others can choose 7 cm height.

  •  It provides exceptional support in the area of ​​the head, neck and shoulders.

6.7 Handelsturm Buckwheat cushion

  • This pillow is filled with 100% buckwheat hulls, and the outer surface material is 100% cotton.

  • It has a zipper to remove or replace the padding.

  • The zipper makes it easy to control the height and comfort of the pillow.

  • The material is soft and provides excellent air circulation.

  • It is a firm pillow with an average rustle as compared to other hull cushions.

  • The pillow measures 70 cm in width and 50cm in length.

  • You can use it to support neck and back pain.

  • The pillow is perfect for both side and back sleepers.

  • This pillow is filled with 100% buckwheat hulls, and the outer surface material is 100% cotton.

  • It has a zipper to remove or replace the padding.

  • The zipper makes it easy to control the height and comfort of the pillow.

  • The material is soft and provides excellent air circulation.

  • It is a firm pillow with an average rustle as compared to other hull cushions.

  • The pillow measures 70 cm in width and 50cm in length.

  • You can use it to support neck and back pain.

  • The pillow is perfect for both side and back sleepers.