Tempur Travel Pillow | Review

When travelling on a plane for such a long distance, it sure can get pretty boring and very uncomfortable {unless you are first class, I guess!}. My first holiday was to Thailand. It was a very long flight but we were lucky enough to have TV's on the back of the headrests and we were given a pillow to use too. The pillow they gave you were of course, a very cheap material. I really regretted not buying my own travelling pillow but I know next time.

Recently I was contacted to do a review of Tempur Travel Pillow. I wish I was contacted before I travelled but I know next time I can deffintley bring this with me. My partners parents were going back to Thailand again and the pillow arrived on the morning they were leaving so I leant the pillow to them. It's been about 3 weeks now but I wanted to know what they thought of the pillow and I wanted to do a bit more of research of the pillow.

The Tempur Travel Pillow is priced at £51.99 {was £64.99}. The Travel Pillow is a memory foam pillow with a soft fabric removable cover which you can wash. The pillow is sized 31cm X 25cm X 10/7cm. It also comes with a travel bag which compresses the pillow volume by 70% when it is packed away. This makes it perfect size for packing it into your suitcase or even your hand luggage.

In all honesty, I do think it is quite expensive for a travelling pillow. My partners mother who used it whilst she travelled said "It was pretty weird to get used to, but it was really comfortable".
I think this travelling pillow will do great for long car journeys too. I always get sleepy if I have been in the car for a long period of time {especially a good few hours!} so I think this pillow will be great to use.

* I was given this Tempur Travel Pillow free of charge in return of an honest review. All opinions and images are my own.

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