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Komfort Kollar Inflatable Travel Pillow 3.1 5 19 19
Can't Inflate It Neither my husband or I could inflate it. Are we doing something wrong? September 1, 2014
Best Yet! I have a bad back/neck and fly fairly frequently from the states to Europe and Asia. I have tried several other neck pillows but none have given me support the way this one does. It gives total upright support to my head and neck, and keeps my head from falling to even the smallest degree on either side as well as front and back. I've had other neck pillows that give 360 support, but this is the first one that securely closes without separating over time under the weight of the head. I also like that this pillow comes in three different neck sizes for a perfect fit and deflates for minimal carry-on space required. March 19, 2010
Excellent if Underinflated My Komfort Kollar has been in use for a couple of years (and many flights, twelve of them between the U.S. & Australia) and has been so useful that I'm ordering a backup -- mainly due to reading several reviews that seem to indicate it will fail at any moment. Mine is essentially unchanged from when it was purchased (2010), despite early concerns that its "plush" exterior would wear down or become grungy with use. The first couple of times I used it I tended to fully inflate it once we reached cruising altitude (not lower, due to concerns that it would burst its seams once we ascended), which was workable but uncomfortable, because it then pushed my neck away from the seat back, and also held my chin too high. But once I decided to partially deflate it, it worked remarkably well. Finding the best amount of inflation can take a minute or two of fiddling around, particularly since the valve needs to be squeezed near its base in exactly the right two (opposite) spots in order to deflate. Once you've discovered those two spots, fully deflating it is simply a matter of squeezing the valve while rolling it up from the opposite end. It gets compact enough to easily stash in an exterior pocket. The velcro closure is slightly annoying, but it's hard to imagine what would work better. My wife got a small, and this was a bit too snug for her comfort, despite her diminutive size but, strangely, my large works for her -- I'm not quite sure what to make of that other than, if in doubt, go up a size. August 11, 2012
I Actually Slept! I bought this collar for long overseas trips. A prior trip showed me that no matter how tired I was, the minute the head went to far one direction - I'd wake up. Started researching and this collar over all got the best reviews. I bought the blue & a small. I had read in another review on "inflatable" air travel comfort items to NOT inflate before take-off and make sure they were deflated for landing -- otherwise leaks might occur. I had not had problems with my other two items but I also don't have them at max inflate. The opinions though for this one made me cautious. So I followed that 'rule' for the collar. I never sleep on airplanes. I just don't because I can't. And frankly I didn't think I slept on this one. Until my husband told me that I "didn't snore very loud". :-) I wondered why I didn't feel all that tired when we arrived -- now I know why. The reason for the four stars over five is because I found it hard to get the air out. I could accomplish it but it wasn't easy. The valve has to be fully pulled out of the collar and even then, it sometimes was uncooperative. My other inflatables are a piece of cake so I know this one could be too. BUT no neck strain, etc. I used it coming home during the day to just "rest". October 7, 2011
Very Disappointed I love these collars but the last 2 I bought leaked the first time I used them. Very bummed about that. May 21, 2014
Best airplane sleep I have used this blow up sleep collar for years on flights to Europe and South America. I have tried many devices to sleep comfortably during an over night flight, and have found this collar to be the most comfortable for sleeping and for my neck the next day. It packs well and is not difficult to inflate. September 30, 2010
The best neck pillow for sleeping in coach I first got one of these about 8 years ago and used it on several long-haul flights. The fact that it's inflatable makes for better support than foam or other fill, plus it takes up less space when not in use. I'm ordering a new one because I loaned mine to a friend who loved it but then lost it :o( December 29, 2010
Sized to fit! IT WORKS. I've bought several collars to prevent neck strain while napping, with marginal success. This one, ordered in the size to fit my neck, holds my head up, and when appropriately inflated, doesn't push my shoulders forward. I checked while sitting in high-backed chairs, as my height (5'5") means that often seats in planes push my head and shoulders forward, so adding a collar that magnifies that is very uncomfortable. I look forward to using this collar on the next flight I take. September 10, 2013
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Product:9551-Komfort Kollar Inflatable Travel Pillow
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