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Topic # 243019 24-Nov-2018 00:50
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Read a lot of good things about travel pillows

Now I'm jumping on the wagon

What do you guys use/recommendations?

I'm eyeing up the xiaomi one from pb tech but I know nothing about these.

Only requirement is that it has to be buyable in NZ since I'm leaving in 2weeksish so I can't wait for China shipping.

Thank you!


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  Reply # 2135452 27-Nov-2018 19:34
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Triazolam brand travel pillow substitute.


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  Reply # 2135456 27-Nov-2018 19:41
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I don't use one personally but I can tell you one of the best you can buy is the Cabeau Evolution

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2135517 27-Nov-2018 21:46
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+1 for the cabeau. I have the "cool" version. Which works well and didn't get uncomfortably warm. They are expensive though. My wife has a j pillow which was from a chinese website. Cheap, comfortable but fell apart after one use.
I got mine through travelproducts nz which was the cheapest when i looked. Duty free shops at Melbourne airport were selling them as well, but I got a better deal online locally.
Happy travels.

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