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Just because something is "SEEN ON TV" does not make

it a good product. Mike Lindell's MY PILLOW commercials

are bad enough to begin with but what really matters is the

product itself. I ordered two thinking it might be just what

I needed for my own sleeping difficulties. Sorry to say, this

expensive pillow is a complete rip-off. It is not anything that

Mr. Lindell advertises and, quite frankly, is just plain

uncomfortable. I mean it is really horrible. I should have

had a clue after unpacking it and finding two flat, rolled up

things that, when opened up, became pillow that felt like

nothing more than foam rubber chips inside. I ought to

have returned them for my money back (as promised) but

that seemed like more work than they were worth. Suffice

it to say, these two pillows most definitely not being used.

Do not be mislead by all the promises and flashy advertising.

MY PILLOW is a poor pillow and you will not be happy with it.

Reviewer is in unhappy mood. This person stated that there is a room for improvement of commercial. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss bad quality of mypillow pillow. Mypillow needs to read this review and look into the issue (if any) according to poster's claims.

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Anonymous
#1164323

I couldn't agree more. I decided to order one of these pillows (king size).

After placing it in the dryer twice to "fluff it up", it was still flat & "lumpy". I returned it yesterday via FedEx for a "partial refund" since the cost of shipping it was $20.00.

The owner must of have quite a bit of income to advertise as often as he does. SORELY DISAPPOINTED!!!

Anonymous
#1164244

I hear you & thanks; i almost ordered one.

Anonymous
#1164193

Ummm... You have to put them in the dryer for 10-15 min when you get them to fluff them up.

Says so right in the commercial you hate so much and I'm sure it says that somewhere on packaging or paperwork that you failed to read.

100% user error. Nice job guy

Anonymous
#1163962

I know on qvc (where I bought two for $64 total) they say to throw it in the dryer first before you mold it to your head. Would that help?

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