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All Wool Pillow

Regular price
$149
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$149

Feel: Soft
Profile: Medium

Ideal for back and side sleepers
Made from 100% natural wool fibre, you won't be counting sheep for long when you lay your head down on these luxurious pillows. The wool is sourced from Comfi’s certified farm in Taupo, and is carefully balled to create a breathable, hypo-allergenic, medium profile pillow with a soft feel. 

  • Our softest pillow solution
  • Wool absorbs moisture to create a drier sleeping environment
  • Made from 100% New Zealand wool and a 100% cotton cover
  • Support profile: medium (700gsm)
  • Machine washable
  • Made in New Zealand
  • 2-year warranty

Service & Delivery

Delivery straight to your door within 2-7 working days.

Shop now pay later- Laybuy, Genopay and Gem Pay options.

2 year warranty.

FAQ's

How do I choose the right pillow for me?
The best pillow for you is one that meets your contours and sleeping position, as well as the
density of your mattress. It should fit like a glove. The goal is to allow your neck and spine to be aligned properly so there is no gap between your neck and mattress. It should provide support for the head, neck, and upper spine while the body is lying in bed in a resting position


What Pillow profile and feel suits a Back Sleeper?

Your pillow should support the natural curvature of your spine. Bear in mind that too large may tilt your head forwards and too
small may tilt your head backwards. We would suggest a firm to medium pillow.

What Pillow profile and feel suits a Side Sleeper?
Be sure the gap between your head and shoulders is filled by a pillow so that your spine maintains a midline position. We would suggest a medium to soft pillow.

What Pillow profile and feel suits a Front Sleeper?
When sleeping on your stomach, your pillow should be relatively flat, to keep your spine in alignment. This will minimise strain on the neck/lumbar region. We would suggest a soft pillow.

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Frequently asked questions
How do I choose the right pillow for me? +

According to our sleep specialist, Dan Halliday, the best pillow for you is one that meets your contours and sleeping position, as well as the density of your mattress. It should fit like a glove. The goal is to allow your neck and spine to be aligned properly so there is no gap between your neck and mattress. It should provide support for the head, neck, and upper spine while the body is lying in bed in a resting position.

If you are a:


BACK SLEEPER
Your pillow should support the natural curvature of your spine. Bear in mind that too large may tilt your head forwards and too small may tilt your head backwards. We would suggest a firm to medium pillow.

SIDE SLEEPER
Be sure the gap between your head and shoulders is filled by a pillow so that your spine maintains a midline position. We would suggest a medium to soft pillow.

FRONT SLEEPER
When sleeping on your stomach, your pillow should be relatively flat, to keep your spine in alignment. This will minimise strain on the neck/lumbar region. We would suggest a soft pillow.

How do I clean my Comfi pillow? +

To increase the lifespan of your pillow, we recommend cleaning your pillows at least twice a year (either via a machine or dry cleaning). Here are some tips on how to clean our Comfi pillows:

- To get rid of dust or dirt on the pillow, vacuum both sides, or tumble in the dryer on the no-heat or air-only cycle for 20 minutes.

- Spot clean any soiled areas with a cloth dipped in a mild sudsy soap solution. Lightly rinse with a damp cloth. (FYI, wet foam tears easily, so be gentle with the water and soap solution.)

- Allow the pillow to air dry completely before putting it back on the bed or couch.

How often should I replace my pillow? +

Ideally, you should replace your pillows every one to two years, but this time frame can vary based on several factors. Below are some reasons why you may need to replace your pillow:

- Pillows can get pretty dirty: While we sleep, the oils and debris from our skin become embedded in our pillow (and not just the pillowcase—the actual pillow).

- Your pillow has lost its shape: As our pillows age, they tend to lose their shape. This goes double if you fold, bend, or squeeze your pillows at night.

- Your pillow just isn’t comfy anymore: Your pillow’s purpose is to provide comfort and support as you drift off to dreamland. No matter what anyone says about how long pillows last, if your pillow’s not fulfilling the reason for its existence, it’s time to part ways.