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The Neck Sofa travel pillow is unlike any other travel pillow.

An ergonomic travel pillow

Could this be your new best travel companion?

As the neck cramps begin to kick in on a long flight or a train trip, we often find ourselves praying for anything that would allow us to grab a wink of sleep … and hence the faithful neck pillow.

Although we see them in just about every store on our way through the airport, this Neck Sofa Pillow is different. It’s still light and portable like the rest, but it’s the first neck pillow to contain an inner support structure – a slim and flexible neck brace for extra reinforcement. This sits within soft memory foam, covered by a removable and washable velour pillow case.

The Neck Sofa Pillow can be used in a number of different positions and doesn’t need a chair back to provide support. By turning it to a side position, it will prevent your head from dropping forward while sleeping upright, or, if lying down, it can be used to provide neck support, keeping airways open and reducing snoring.

On trips abroad, sneaking in a few hours of sleep on the go is a must, and the tool that lets you do it effectively may be your greatest travel companion.

Do you have a travel pillow? Is yours anything like this ergonomic offering?



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    14th Jul 2018
    Where in Australia can I find this travel pillow?
    14th Jul 2018
    Probably even better is the 'trtl' (turtle) neck support pillow available from various outlets including Amazon for around $40. It's not inflatable like some, is comfortable and has all the bracing of the Sofa Pillow but none of the bulk which is a real pain before and after the flight, how do you carry it with all your other luggage and where do you put it when you arrive and travel in a coach or train? The 'trtl' stows easily in our carry on bags before and after use.
    Two other suggestions for a quiet flight. Instead of using the poor quality airline or chemist ear plugs, get some industrial ear plugs from Bunnings or aork safety store. Sony noise cancelling, folding headphones at around $80 from Tandy online are worth considering. Have a good flight!
    My wife and I flew from London to Sydney on BA last weekend using these 'trtl' neck supports and for the first time we each got at least 6 hours sleep.
    14th Jul 2018
    Thanks Cosmo. Did you find the turtle (trtl) hot around your neck?
    14th Jul 2018
    Hi Neil, No problem with the warmth around my neck, the trtl is adjustable and fixes with Velcro so you can allow a little air in if need be. I sweat quite a lot but as you know, plane cabins are run pretty cool these days ( I believe to prevent the spread of diseases) so it provides some quite welcome warmth. The company website is (based in Glasgow) and you can buy direct but it was cheaper from Amazon. I hope this helps?

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