Made from our very own Hyper-Adaptive™ foam, our pillow is designed to give your head a feeling of weightlessness throughout the night.
Dimensions: 40 x 60 x 9.5cm
Made from our very own Hyper-Adaptive™ foam. Our pillow's the kind of pillow that'll feel freshly fluffed, all night, every night. You'll think you've slept in a five star hotel, with professional pillow fluffing maids at your beck and call. Sleep like it, too.
Combining the properties of latex and memory foam, the Sleeping Duck pillow will give you the best of both worlds; a light, fluffy cloud with the comfort of a firm mother's lap. Technically speaking, you'll feel the pressure relief of memory foam and the buoyancy of the latex, creating a sense of weightlessness whilst getting adequate support. Sleep speaking, you won't be; you'll just be sleeping – unless you're a sleep talker.
Our Hyper-Adaptive Foam™ works to dissipate pressure from your head, leaving your neck and upper back feeling supple, limber, and well rested, giving you the best sleep you've ever slept. And at 9cm high, it gets the goldilocks tick of approval: not too high for those who sleep on their front or back, but high enough for those who prefer their side or spoon position.
The structure of our Hyper-Adaptive™ foam means our pillows are 8x more open than standard latex and memory foam combinations. Which really means, you'll be able to breathe and enjoy the coolest sleep of your life. Unless, you know, you sleep next to James Dean on that aforementioned Harley.
In designing all our foams we partnered with an Australian chemical engineering and manufacturing plant to make sure we were able to achieve the most unique product on the market. It also means we get to sleep on the job a lot. You know, for the sake of the product. So we all win here.
Sleep is healthy. So are the ways we manufacture our mattresses. To create all our foams, we use the most advanced foam making process in the world, Pressure Foaming. It uses pressure expansion rather than chemical reactions to expand the foam, making it a safer, healthier, and happier way to manufacture.
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