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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    My pillow is latex and I will stick with latex because it is awesome.

    I will be looking at about $100 to replace it - worth every cent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    The ones we have just purchased are Technogel - they have $250 on them ...but I think once she bundled the bed, pillows, sheets and mattress protector together for us, and took off the store discount they came down a bit.
    This is the one hubby has

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    My partner brought those pillows you put water in, I think they were $90 each. They sucked!

    I buy cheap ones from target and they are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    This is the one hubby has
    Is he happy with it?

    Mine are out of their packet 'airing' at teh moment - looking forward to sleeping on it tomorrow night

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    The one im currently sleeping on cost $65 i like low soft pillows. DH has a pillow from his chiropractors cost $80.

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    Something that annoys me is that pillows don't seem to be washable as they used to be. Our pillows usually get soiled by something unmentionable well before 2 years and washing them turns them into clumps of wadding.

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    I've paid $75 on sale for one. A memory foam one... that DP now has because it was perfect at first and then annoying.

    I think how much I'd spend would depend on how much money we had to spend... when I was a single Mum, it was was whatever was cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    They say most people shouldn't keep a pillow more than two years FWIW....

    I spent $100 on my last pillow, it is a latex one designed for neck/shoulder issues.
    These ones have a two year warranty - and should last for much longer than that. it has two protective covers (that can both be washed)

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    We buy cheap pillows because I drool and my DH sweats, and I am yet to find a pillow protector that both protects the pillow and doesn't hold on to the sweat. We change every 9-12 months, depending on when dh can't stand the smell of his pillow.

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    Re dust mites. DH's pillow is a latex type thing, so I just chuck it in the washing machine with TT oil in the rinse cycle.


 

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