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2-Pack Tommy Bahama Home Enhanced Support Pillows (Standard) $6.96 ($3.48 Each) or less w/ SD Cashback + Free Store Pickup at Macy's or FS on $25+

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Bought these around same time last year. Theyre nearly flat. Good price but dont expect them to last that long.
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Are there any pillows that are actually worth it? I'm not expecting to pay as little as this, but I swear every single deal always has people saying it doesn't last.
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Are there any pillows that are actually worth it? I'm not expecting to pay as little as this, but I swear every single deal always has people saying it doesn't last.
As a person that has been through over 50 different pillows. Tempurpedic, down, feather, alternative. You name it, I've tried it.

I finally found the gold egg!

LifeKind - https://lifekind.com/products/org...5997772853

I have the organic natural rubber and I added extra rubber for a firmer pillow. I also have a firm wool filled pillow from the same company.

Finally, I have 2 goosedown pillows (NOT FEATHER) from Parachute Home https://www.parachutehome.com/pro...e=standard Worth EVERY penny.


STAY AWAY from the crap fiber fill. They are junk. You can market it anyways you want, if it has polyester fiber fill, it's junk. Doesn't matter how much it has stuffed in it. It will go flat and is junk.

EDIT: updated link/name for down pillows
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Are there any pillows that are actually worth it? I'm not expecting to pay as little as this, but I swear every single deal always has people saying it doesn't last.
Let me know when you find some. Probably will cost a few hundred bucks per pillow! I've tried every brand and style and marketing from $2 to $99 and absolutely all of them go flat as a pancake over time. Some quicker than others but none last all that long.
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As a person that has been through over 50 different pillows. Tempurpedic, down, feather, alternative. You name it, I've tried it.

I finally found the gold egg!

LifeKind - https://lifekind.com/products/org...5997772853

I have the organic natural rubber and I added extra rubber for a firmer pillow. I also have a firm wool filled pillow from the same company.

Finally, I have 2 goosedown pillows (NOT FEATHER) from ... I can't remember the name now. I will link it when I get home. They were around 120 each. Worth EVERY penny.


STAY AWAY from the crap fiber fill. They are junk. You can market it anyways you want, if it has polyester fiber fill, it's junk. Doesn't matter how much it has stuffed in it. It will go flat and is junk.
Wow! Certified organic and handmade in the USA! Does it include pictures of the inner city children that are sponsored by the purchase of the pillows?
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Are there any pillows that are actually worth it? I'm not expecting to pay as little as this, but I swear every single deal always has people saying it doesn't last.
Just buy down pillows. Costco sells a 2 pack for like $60-70 seasonally. I'm not sure if anyone is really surprised $3-4 pillows don't last, at that price point they're really mostly meant to be disposable or for places like guest rooms.
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When I buy pillows in the $15 range that are memory foam, they last me a good 3-5 years. My advice is to skip these and go that route.
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As a person that has been through over 50 different pillows. Tempurpedic, down, feather, alternative. You name it, I've tried it.

I finally found the gold egg!

LifeKind - https://lifekind.com/products/org...5997772853

I have the organic natural rubber and I added extra rubber for a firmer pillow. I also have a firm wool filled pillow from the same company.

Finally, I have 2 goosedown pillows (NOT FEATHER) from ... I can't remember the name now. I will link it when I get home. They were around 120 each. Worth EVERY penny.


STAY AWAY from the crap fiber fill. They are junk. You can market it anyways you want, if it has polyester fiber fill, it's junk. Doesn't matter how much it has stuffed in it. It will go flat and is junk.
Looks like a good pillow, but going from $4 to $160 seems a bit extreme. I've bought and still use some nice pillows that were around $15-20.
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Looks like a good pillow, but going from $4 to $160 seems a bit extreme. I've bought and still use some nice pillows that were around $15-20.
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I don't know about payLittle, but I've used this side sleeper one from Khol's for several years now, and it feels exactly like it did when I first bought it:

The Big One® Gel Memory Foam Side Sleeper Pillow (kohls.com) [kohls.com]

Looks like it's on sale for $26 too. Warning, though, it is quite firm, which I personally like. I'm guessing the flatten resistance of a pillow depends entirely on the type of foam or other material that is used.
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Personally i like these Firm but with the right amount of give and not flat. So far they have been excellent. Not $5-6 but also not $150-200
https://www.costco.com/comfort-re...87443.html
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Wow! Certified organic and handmade in the USA! Does it include pictures of the inner city children that are sponsored by the purchase of the pillows?
I mean you can be funny but there are people who sleep hot. Synthetic materials don't help that. I find for myself, organic, natural materials breathe and keep me cooler. They also last much longer than the synthetic counter parts.

You also don't need to pay full price. They have sales regularly and can snag things. When you spend half your life in bed sleeping, might as well make it the best you can right?
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