InteVision Four Position Support Pillow (20.5" x 8" x 4.5") with 400 Thread Count, 100% Egyptian Cotton Cover
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- Highly Rated: 4.0 star rating with over 900 reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "bbl pillow"
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- Two-layer design (memory foam on top of a highly resilient base foam) provides enhanced comfort while preventing the pillow from being compressed into "flat"
- Great for home use or take it with you while traveling (400 TC, 100% Egpytian cotton cover included)
- Can be used as a knee support pillow, lumbar support pillow, or leg spacer
- Size: 20.5" x 8" x 4.5". Note: this pillow needs time (one week of usage is typical) to break-in as it may feel firmer initially.
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New! This pillow is specifically designed with a memory foam layer on top of a highly resilient base foam to provide the comfort you desire while preventing it from becoming "flat". It can be used as a knee support pillow, lumbar support pillow, or leg spacer. It comes with a high quality, 400 thread count, 100% Egyptian cotton cover that is removable for easy cleaning. The product has been placed in a vacuum sealed package. It will expand to its original shape once you take it out of its packaging.
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It is firm and does not get soft, but the firmness gives me the support I need. It did take more than 24 hours to reach the final height. I have not tried it as a neck pillow so can't speak to that. I am happy that I purchased it...thought long and hard about it due to the ratings, but it definitely works for me.
The foam in this pillow is quite firm. If you have used a memory foam style of this pillow, you may not find that it compresses enough to be satisfactory as a knee pillow for sleeping. The length is good for back sleepers. Many pillows of this shape are often made too short to comfortably keep both of your legs on the pillow while sleeping. The length of this one works well for someone under 6 feet tall. It may be too thick for a petite person or someone with short legs.
I am 5'1"+ 103 lbs. Have had many pain zones since being injured by a reckless driver 25 years..long years ago.
This cescent pillow is pretty tall, (thick) front to back. + Wide from side to side. I had to cut the side down by about 3 inches to fit it across my ample sized recliner seat.
Personally I found it too thick, front to back -even for the x-firm pressure I needed. My pain is pretty awful and I've used tennis balls sometimes on the floor to push out the pain- in the worst zones along the sides of my hips and upper pelvis. Not briiliant..! Just sayin, am not afraid of the pressure it's just not a perfect fit. But good still. maybe my height and weight are factors in fit..I don't know.
Anyway after about 2 weeks trying it it at different angles and positions in a recliner where I live, I decided to try to square off one horizontal-length side, so that the bootom of one side would have a flat base to possibly stick in place ..at least when sitting up. No real luck..No big damage to oriiginal form
I was also trying to get a more round shape for the upper side..to get a possibky better amount of the pressure rather than the limited rounded edge offers.
I am not saying this would help everyone. But, again my pain is maybe different because some zones do seem to need somewhat extreme pressure to get reasonable relief.
I think this pillow has real merit. I saw a similar, with an organic pilowcase for double this price..here on Amazon too.
I do like it for knee support too. I will probably cut this down more as my back has the most screaming demands that dont calm down with rest and stretches or Tai Chi..moderate walking etc. Nerve damage scoliosis DDD and a rare, complex neck bone growth.. botched up at Northwestern..chgo.
Overall this pillow is good to align the spine if u sleep on your side. Raising your top knee to take pressure off the pekvis, hip and spine..streaightening the spine may help many even if the pain is in only the spine.
Firm is generally smarter than soft in life span. Many pillows for pain management are wrapped with soft foam. The inexpensive, standard ergonomic shaped pillows, now sold "everywhere" with a curve for the neck could be wrapped around this stronger pillowas the core.T he $11 dollar model often is similar to the $60 style. Soft foam collapses.. hard ..not really! But a soft layer will make this a real nice option for also propping up an arm to being parralel to the spine (for side sleeping). It also could work for a specific height arm rest if scooped out to fit the arm. Just sharing bits od ways to save cash and get smart support. Microbead pillows dont last long but they also have very comforting quality for neck issues. Very easily shaped ( not the horseshoe shape, generally too tight, no flex.
Feel better. Dont give up..some support ideas work, if moderately, or to aid healing. I bought a tall squarish model here for $40.. thicker on one edge..this seems to push in firmly where I need it. And it conforms to slipping down in the chair a bit..when slouching some.. yes slouching is bad or even dumb. But not too bad with pillows fitting just right, + no gaps!
The cover is of high quality, seems durable, which is great because I would imagine getting a special cover just for this pillow wouldn't be cheap.
I bought this pillow to help myself to break the habit of sleeping on my side and instead sleep on my back. It's a long road, but this pillow is definitely helping.
I am buying a second one just in case.