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Cabeau Evolution Essential Travel Pillow

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[Dollarama] Cabeau Evolution Essential Travel Pillow

Just picked up a Cabeau Travel Pillow at the Dollarama. They are great quality. They have a flat back (so your head isn’t pushed forward) and high sides (to hold your head straight). I’ve been thinking of buying one for a while, and am pretty happy that I found one at the Dollarama. They usually go for around $45. Can’t wait to start travelling again.

Brand: Cabeau Travel Pillow
Dollarama Price: $4
Original Price: Around $45
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I must say, you have wonderfully clean carpets!
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Guess I’ll wear it while watching tv to test er out lol...
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Why waste space on an item like this when traveling. Just carry a towel in your carry on and roll it up and wrap it around your neck. Fold for right length before rolling. if its not thick enough roll the towel around a sweater (im sure you carry one in you carry one). Does almost the same thing.
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Akizuki wrote: Why waste space on an item like this when traveling.
There's definitely a time and place for it. Flying across the country to stay with family? Heck yeah! Backpacking across Southeast Asia? Left it at home. Also, it can be packed down reasonably small or velcroed to the outside of a bag/pack.
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No go at the Dollarama near me but I'll keep an eye out for it.
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protip is to wear those backwards (opening at the back) or sideways in this case since it's flat on the back. You can't lean back much in those plane chairs so I find my head cranks forward anyway and would wake up with a sore neck. Also good for when you fall asleep in airport chairs!
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Bumnose wrote: There's definitely a time and place for it. Flying across the country to stay with family? Heck yeah! Backpacking across Southeast Asia? Left it at home. Also, it can be packed down reasonably small or velcroed to the outside of a bag/pack.
This. I still prefer the inflatable variety for ease of storage. I wouldn't wanna leave anything that touches my face and neck dangling on the outside of anything around an airport tho 🤢
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This is soooo much more comfy than the inflatable stuff. I think its memory foam, mine is, so it should squash down pretty well.

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