Win one of 5 J Pillows in our Prize Draw!
Be the lucky winner of one of 5 fantastic travel pillows courtesy of J Pillow for your next trip away!
Looking forward to your next trip but not really looking forward to the journey? Whether travelling by car, coach, train or plane, one of these fab pillows will make it far more palatable!
The J Pillow, which in 2012/3 won the British Invention of the Year Award was designed by an ex Virgin Atlantic flight attendant who continually saw passengers struggling to get to sleep on flights. The J Pillow was her solution to traditional U-shaped pillows which unnaturally push your head forward, have very little support at the side of the neck to support the head and absolutely no support at the front to stop it from falling forward.
The J-pillow, named as it looks a bit like a 3D letter ‘J’, has been meticulously designed to target all these problem areas. It slots in perfectly around the head and neck, filling the gap between the head and shoulders and as a consequence carries the weight of the head off the neck. It also gently cradles the head providing a cushion for the head to lean against, while at the same time curling under the chin to support the head from the front. The result is probably the best sleep a person could possibly have while travelling. Its unique selling point is that the ‘J’ part curls under the chin to stop the head from falling forward while you sleep, so no more nodding head!
And the bonus is, it’s not just great for travelling… it’s great for sitting at home reading or napping on your sofa or bed, and even great if you’re having an operation and are going to struggle post op, to sleep lying down. Perfect in aiding sleep allowing speedier post op recovery.
Enter the FREE prize draw and you could win one of 5 J Pillows as pictured above!
The results are in!
Thank you to all who entered, and good luck with our other competitions!
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