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[Amazon.ca] Homitt Shredded Memory Foam Pillow (Queen) - $30.99

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[Amazon.ca] Homitt Shredded Memory Foam Pillow (Queen) - $30.99

Noticed the pillow was on sale again, picked one up last time and have been enjoying it so far. Will probably get another one as a Christmas present.

As always don't forget if you use GCR you can get another 8% back since it would fall under the "Home" category, otherwise Rakuten has 5%.
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Anyone know how this compares to the Coop Homes one?
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Shredded from odds and ends or other defect products; but selling at premium price.

I would stick with the whole piece type - JMHO.

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DragOnT wrote: Shredded from odds and ends or other defect products; but selling at premium price.

I would stick with the whole piece type - JMHO.

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different strokes for different folks. I preferred the shredded but it is a pain to have to fluff it every few days.
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x8ssJoe wrote: How firm is it ?
It is softer than a solid lump of memory foam, but firmer than a feather pillow. I would describe it as medium firmness, but that is my opinion. For reference this is my first shredded memory foam pillow and I prefer it much more than my solid memory foam pillow as it is too firm.
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Yurickz wrote: It is softer than a solid lump of memory foam, but firmer than a feather pillow. I would describe it as medium firmness, but that is my opinion. For reference this is my first shredded memory foam pillow and I prefer it much more than my solid memory foam pillow as it is too firm.
Thanks for your input.
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An actual whole piece memory foam pillow from IKEA can be had as low as 19.99...
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I think the big difference with these type of pillows is you can customize how much support you get which would not be possible with a solid piece pillow. Thanks OP going to try one out!
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BenK wrote: different strokes for different folks. I preferred the shredded but it is a pain to have to fluff it every few days.
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