Trtl Pillow – Scientifically Proven Super Soft Neck Support Travel Pillow – Machine Washable Red

Product Features

  • Scientifically proven long-haul flight neck support pillow
  • Holds neck in ergonomic position during rest
  • Better than a traditional u-shaped memory foam travel pillow
  • Half the size of a travel pillow and weighs only 136 grams – travels easy
  • Easily attaches to luggage

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Traveled

    Brazier of Athena Do you have a few hours? Because I need to tell you about this neck pillow thing my wife just got me.Imagine your neck is swimming in a bowl full of noodles, unable to grasp any support through the turbulence on your flight from LAX to, say, PIT. Then, imagine, just as your neck is about to drown in the limp pasta, a hand reaches down from the heavens and baby Jesus himself wraps your supple, tired neck, barely keeping its cricoid above the surface of the linguini soak, in a…

  2. Candace Karu

    The Best Travel Accessory You Will Ever Buy! After I first used my Trtl travel pillow, I declared it to be one of the great travel inventions of the 21st century. Having used it on four more flights, I stand by my original declaration. The Trtl is not only light weight and super soft, it works like no other travel pillow I’ve tried – and believe me, I’ve tried them all. It supports my neck at an extremely comfortable angle and keeps my head and neck swaddled in comfort. The Danish have a word – hygge – that means a feeling of coziness and…

  3. Gillian

    Okay experience, but not good enough. I wasn’t thrilled with my experience with the trtl pillow.. I had an overnight flight from Seattle to Florida, and couldn’t really find a comfortable position with it.Pros: I think the fabric is very soft, and I like that it can cover my neck which is helpful if I were to be sleeping with my mouth open or something. It’s also warm, which is comfortable for cold airplanes. The experience felt like leaning against someones shoulder.Cons: My neck would often feel strained…

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