Pil­lows fall into many cat­e­gories. We list the main ones:

  1. Adult and chil­dren’s pil­lows
    The lat­ter are char­ac­ter­ized by small size and weight, hypoal­ler­genic mate­r­i­al in the com­po­si­tion and bright design. Adult prod­ucts are in a large assort­ment and their choice is not dif­fi­cult.

  2. Scope of appli­ca­tion
    trav­el by car, bus, train and plane. Pil­lows vary in shape and size.

  3. The area of ​​​​appli­ca­tion implies the place where the pil­low will be fixed
    Most often it is the chin, head, legs and neck. Depend­ing on this, the prod­ucts are pro­duced in the form of a curved roller, a rec­tan­gle, a semi­cir­cle and an inflat­able stand.

  4. filler type
    air, latex, balls, vis­coelas­tic foam.

  5. Pil­low type
    ortho­pe­dic, mem­o­ry effect, anti­stress.

Tips from buy­ers and experts will help you quick­ly find the right mod­el and make the right pur­chase:

  • First of all, you should decide on the type and shape of the pil­low, as well as in what area you want to use it.
  • Pay atten­tion to the mate­r­i­al. It is impor­tant that it is resis­tant to wear and easy to clean, oth­er­wise you will run into dif­fi­cul­ties when trav­el­ing.
  • The prod­uct should fit snug­ly and not hang around the neck.
  • A big plus will be the pres­ence of ortho­pe­dic prop­er­ties in the mod­el, since in this way it will become an excel­lent pre­ven­tion of osteo­chon­dro­sis.
  • It is impor­tant that the pil­low pro­vides good ven­ti­la­tion, oth­er­wise the neck will con­stant­ly sweat, and microor­gan­isms will begin to mul­ti­ply in the prod­uct itself.