Woollip Travel Pillow Buy EXCLUSIVE
It isn't very expensive. In contrast to a lie flat business class seat the noted travel pillow (or any number of travel pillows) would be the less expensive option. Worst case the pillow is of no value and you trash the pillow. The more concerning factor with travel pillows in general is the space and weight issue. I travel with a backpack and a carry-on with little space or weight to spare. Reviews aplenty on other video sites.
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This one is my favorite travel pillow because it gives me something to lean against/hug while sleeping if I don't have the window seat, works great in the window seat and fills in the gap between seat and wall, it's very easy to inflate/deflate, and doesn't take up much space, or add much weight, when I'm back on the ground.
We tried getting a refund, but Woollip refused on the grounds that it had sold the pillows at a big discount to the airline. They also indicated that they had known for quite some time that the pillows were defective, and tried to point the finger of blame at the airline (not very credible).
I think just about any of the normal neck pillows work great. I've even used an inflatable one without problems. The main things is getting your head off the seat with some side support. As for the Woollip pillow, it just looks too ridiculous for me to use. It would have to be a significant upgrade over what I have to make the change. I also don't like the idea of propping my head up on the back of someone elses seat, pillow or not.
Anna Popp is a Commerce Writer at Travel + Leisure where she tests, researches, and writes about travel products. Since living overseas in 2018, Anna has been a travel writer and began reviewing products in 2021.
Most standard travel pillows have a semicircular shape that wraps around the neck to support the neck, head, and chin. These U-shaped pillows often have memory foam or microbead filling, but there are also inflatable neck pillows. In addition, standard pillows make great travel pillows, and plenty of rectangular-styled pillows compress down for better portability. Finally, while traditional pillows might be better suited for a traveler in the window seat, there are unique J-shaped travel pillows that are perfect for supporting the neck and head of someone sitting in the middle or aisle seat.
People will do all kinds of crazy things to make their flight more comfortable. Some travelers swear by head hammocks and comfy nap scarves, while others pack on the butt pads or indulge in an alcoholic beverage or two before takeoff.
Thanks to the people behind the Woollip travel pillow, we have yet another comfortable solution for sleepless travel problems. Constructed with cutouts for your arms and face, the Woollip fits perfectly on a fold-out tray.
Trying to find a comfortable position in which to sleep when on a plane can be an exercise in futility. You could try folding your arms and resting on a tray table, but then a lack of available space will likely keep you from napping. The inflatable Woollip travel pillow breathes new life into these age-old problems.
Like the Ostrich Pillow and the NapAnywhere, the Woollip is aimed at helping people to get some sleep when they're on the go. It was designed by well-traveled father and daughter team Franck and Diane Levy, following a flight together. Recognizing the potential for a support that would allow for lean-forward sleeping on planes and inspired by the concept of lean-forward portable massage chairs, they set about developing their idea.
Described as a "flipped pillow," the Woollip is an inflatable structure with holes through which the user's arms can be placed. It allows the would-be snoozer to sleep with their face down, to the side or resting on their shoulder, or to be used back-to-front with their chin resting on its highest point.
Naturally, being a travel product, the Woollip has been designed with portability in mind, measuring 6.3 x 6.3 x 1.38 in (16 x 16 x 3.5 cm) when folded and weighing just 9 oz (255 g). It can apparently be inflated with just five breaths in 15 seconds and be deflated in as little as two seconds. It also comes with its own directions-for-use card that is based on an airplane's emergency instructions card.
If you're like me, it's pretty much impossible to sleep on a plane. This makes very long flights almost unbearable. Sure, there are neck pillows, and all sorts of different travel gadgets to help you with with this problem, and as a last resort I guess you could always just down a few sleeping pills. This new inflatable travel pillow allows you sleep leaning forward instead of trying to unnaturally sleep straight upwards.Called the Woollip, the unique travel pillow is inflatable, so that unlike normal stuffed travel pillows, it won't take up much of any room until you actually need to use it and inflate with your mouth when you're ready for a nap.To use the travel pillow, simply open the inflation valve on the back of the device and blow in around 5 times to fully inflate it. You can even hold the valve open next to the airplanes air vent to have the plane inflate it on its own. Next wrap your arms through the center opening on the Woollip and rest your head down on the top of it.The inflatable travel pillow can be used in a variety of different ways, including with your face pointed straight down, with your head tilted to the side, or even with your chin resting on the top. You can even use it to lean against the window, rest it on your lap, or even rest it on the pullout table in front of you.A perfect gift idea for travel lovers, the inflatable travel pillow uses a completely unique and innovative design that allows you to find your ideal sleeping position while traveling on a plane.The Woollip is easily inflated in just 15 seconds, and completely deflates and ready to fold up and put back in your bag in just 2 seconds by fully opening up the valve.The Woollip comes in a bunch of different colors to choose from.The Woollip inflatable travel pillow is currently in a funding phase on IndieGoGo with an estimated delivery date of March 2017, so go reserve yours now, or get more information on their website, and be sure to check out the unique travel pillow in action via the video below. 041b061a72