Trtl Travel Pillow

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In the last couple of weeks I’ve inadvertently started a travel theme in Too Good Not to Share, but as we are coming up on the busiest travel time of the year, it seems like a good idea to roll with it. If you’ve missed the previous TGNtS travel items, you can find them here and here, and be sure to look for another one next Tuesday. This week let me tell you about the wonders of Trtl Travel Pillow.

First, Trtl Pillow is much less bulky than a traditional u-shaped pillow. It is made of fleece material with light padding only where it needs it. It wraps around the neck and under the chin and is fitted to each individual with a velcro closure (the velcro is also handy for attaching Trtl to the outside of your carry-on bag for easy access). Trtl has a flexible internal support that allows the user to sleep sitting up, with the neck supported in a nearly upright alignment rather than it dipping low until it finally hits the other kind of pillow. I find it much more comfortable.

I have the original Trtl Pillow, which sells for $29.99 for one or $53.99 for two. They now make the Trtl Pillow Plus, which is height adjustable for those with longer necks. It’s more expensive at $59.99 for one, but it’s made with breathable mesh fabric and comes with a travel bag to keep it clean. See for yourself at: https://trtltravel.com/products/trtl-travel-pillow

From their website:

How does it work?

The Trtl Pillow is scientifically proven to hold the head in a better ergonomic position than a standard memory foam travel pillow.

Due to its symmetry, the Internal Support is extremely adaptable and can be worn anywhere across the front of the neck – either side or under the chin.

the pocket in the Trtl Pillow stretches between the flippers to fit any shape of face, jaw or shoulder

the gap between the lateral bands provides cushioned but firm support, holding your neck in a neutral position

https://trtltravel.com/pages/how-it-works

*Too Good Not to Share posts are just because I love to share things that have made a difference in my life, with hope they may make a difference in someone else’s. I am not compensated in any way.

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