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Sku: 88410
 (6 Reviews)


Shipping Weight: 
0.74 oz
Dimensions: 
10.50"L X 14.50"W

The versatile FlexAir disposable pillow is a cost-effective alternative to bulky pillows and linen pillowcases. The FlexAir Stores flat and inflates in seconds for immediate use as a support to position head, arms, legs or other body areas. The patent-pending design's adjustable valve allow easy inflation or deflation as adjustments are needed.


Features
  • Non-woven poly material.
  • White.
  • 50 deflated pillows only takes up 4" of storage space.




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Not what I expected


Angela (Saint charles, MO)
Verified Member
Reviewed on Nov 11, 2015
I gave a three because the item is good but was nothing that u expected. I thought they would be bigger.


Negative

This is not a real pillow


Sarah (San antonio, TX)
Reviewed on Aug 7, 2015
I thought this was an actual pillow, so I bought four. Now I have four blow up pillows that I don't know what to do with.


Positive

good pillow for what it is


JR (Atlanta, GA)
Reviewed on Apr 19, 2015
I've used this pillow on multiple nights backpacking. These are designed as disposable, so it is going to be made with the lightest/thinnest materials and will be focused on use of economical, if not downright "cheap", materials. And yet, it has proved surprisingly durable and comfortable. I have been using the same one for at least 20 nights and it has not failed me yet. I do treat it gingerly. I have found it is more comfortable if only partially inflated; if fully inflated it can feel too hard and bouncy. The material is on the economical but not "cheap" side. The outside is a paper-like material this is brushed to give it a softer, cloth/cotton feel to the skin. The inside is a clear plastic, thicker than a sandwich bag but thinner than a gallon bag. They are bonded to act as a single layer. There are a couple of really good things about this pillow. First is the size -- compared to other backpacking pillows of all shapes, constructions, and prices, this is among the largest. Second, many inflatables suffer from a rounded shape that can feel like lying your head on a rubber ball, but the FlexAir lies flatter across its surface (especially if you only partially inflate). It still is only as comfortable as lying on a bag of air, so don't expect it to feel like a hotel down pillow, but among air pillows I find it to be among the more comfortable. Another poster is correct that you inflate it by inserting a straw through a plastic sleeve that acts like a valve, but mine has worked as designed: when you pull the straw out the valve self-seals and the pillow holds air. Now, you can't go jumping up and down on this thing, but to lie your head on it and treat it well I have had no leaks. To remove air you insert the straw again, that opens the valve. I do wish there was a way to buy them without high shipping charges. And watch out for vendors that talk in the description about 50 pillows but they actually are selling only 1 pillow.

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