Boots Travel Pillow Reviews
Newest Review: ... sore neck and your husband telling you that your head was bobbing backwards and forwards the whole time you were asleep. With ... more
Customer Boots Travel Pillow Reviews (5)
by - written on 23/09/08 (Very useful, 1345 readings)
Boots Travel pillow On a recent long haul flight, I decided it was time to over haul some of my travelling accessories and try to make myself comfortable. A brief foray into Boots whilst buying travel bits and bobs found this travel pillow. With visions of 9 or 10 hours of uninterrupted sleep I opened the pillow out of its quite well sealed plastic casing. The pillow itself is a kind of grey colour and comes with a matching bag (both of them are velour finished so feel soft). The pillow itself is deflated when I get it out of the pack and when I inflate it, it is one of those shaped ones which go round your neck. It can be inflated ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/11 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I have really tried to explain to others the need not to purchase things on impulse, unfortunately I failed to take this into account at Heathrow on my most recent holiday. Realising I had a long flight ahead of me, I decided I wanted to sleep as much as I could rather than try to get my monies worth from the films, free booze and dinners on board, so after going through customs, I bought this travel pillow in Boots for £5.99. I'm sure it is also available at most Boots stores in the UK. Personally I think this is very expensive, however when your travelling you always seem to find it easier to justify these things to yourself. It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/08 (Very useful, 265 readings)
I do not fly well and when we were taking a flight while I was pregnant, I was concerned that I would be even more nervous than normal. We bought a travel pillow from Boots to try and make me more comfortable and see if I could get some sleep. I did not manage to sleep but I did relax a lot more. I rested my head on the pillow, closed my eyes, listened to music and pretended I was on a train. It worked! The pillow is inflatable and extremely comfortable. The good thing about it being inflatable is that it is small to carry and also you can blow it up to whatever depth suits you most. I first over inflated it and although this would have been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
We travel quite a bit, be it on a plane or in the car and for longer journeys I like to take a travel pillow with me. I generally use this on a plane more than I would in a car but sometimes it is nice in a car. What I hate about taking a nap in the car (and I do it quite often at the moment now that I am breastfeeding in the middle of the night) is that the headrest is never in the right place, even if you attempt to move it and so when you wake up you always have a really sore neck and your husband telling you that your head was bobbing backwards and forwards the whole time you were asleep. With this travel pillow there is no crooked neck and all you have is a nice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
During my travels I was on quite a few long flights, after waking up twice with a horribly saw and achy head I decided to buy one of these pillows as I noticed a few people were using them. In one of the departure lounges I spotted them hanging up in Boots and suddenly remembered that I'd promised myself I'd buy one. It was £6, not exactly what I'd call cheap but I got some Advantage Points so I didn't entirely mind =D The packaging isn't very helpful as you can't get into it without a pair of scissors, obviously I didn't have a pair on me so I had to pester the stewardess who was handing out the drinks. When I finally got into it I blew it up - which ... Read the complete review
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