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Uncomfortable travel is a thing of the past with this neck pillow from Bucky. Its organic buckwheat fill comfortably fits around your neck and provides stable support in planes, trains or automobiles.
The classic Bucky u-pillow for cozy, relaxing comfort.See all Product Description
One in each car, and two to sleep with. I just wish they made replacement covers, cause I'm wearing them out I use them so much. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hilary W.
The neck pillow is very comfortable and readily conforms to the neck's shape giving great neck support even on plane trips. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Enrique H. Zepeda
Really wishing I would've bought this at the store. The "U" part where you would put your neck is way too small. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris
I have other buck wheat items that I love and they really help me and my neck, so I thought this would be wonderful for my hurting neck. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rescue Pilot
This is the second Bucky I've purchased. I love it as much as the first one bought over ten years ago. I've used it for reading in bed and when traveling. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elizabeth Whitford
I wanted to like this, since it felt pretty natural. But it was too small. I actually sprang for return shipping when I saw it in person. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Maria
Love this, have trouble keeping it for myself, everyone wants to borrow it. Great for car or plane - also a nap in your favorite chair at home! Case washes beautifully.Published 4 months ago by Patricia M. Dewey
Nice color (orange sherbet). It was squishy enough to conform to frequent position changes. Loved the carrying bag. Bought one for my husband, too, he was equally pleased.Published 4 months ago by Susan G White
My husband and I like to travel frequently on the trains. Anyone who has traveled on a train knows just how uncomfortable the seats can be after a few hours of riding. Read morePublished 4 months ago by shoefly