|Updated: 1/06/2011 10:17 pm
||Published: 1/06/2011 10:04 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Every night, millions of Americans have trouble getting a good nights sleep. The makers of the Sobakawa Cloud Pillow say their pillow can put an end to those sleepless nights. But is it a deal, or a dud?
Whether it is stress, or neck and back pain, getting a full night’s rest isn’t always easy. The makers of The Cloud Pillow think they have a solution.
The Sobakawa Cloud Pillow claims you’ll be sleeping on a sea of clouds. Filled with over 10 million air beads, the pillow is smaller than your conventional one. In the middle of the pillow, grooves help comfort your head.
Tester Autumn saw the advertisements and was craving to get her hands (and head) on one. We met up with her at a Holiday Inn and gave her the pillow.
Autumn took the pillow without hesitation and went into a room straight away to get some shut eye. It didn’t take her long to fall asleep.
After about a half-hour nap, Autumn woke up and said she loved the pillow.
“I like how it flows with you when you lay your head on it. When you move, it kind of waves.”
Apparently, though, there is something about how it smells. A few comments from the web say there is an odor to the pillow.
"I do know what the odor is and it didn't bother me, but if your head is down in the pillow it would bother that person," says Autumn.
If you think the Sobakawa Cloud Pillow is your ticket to a good night’s sleep you can get it at Bed, Bath, and Beyond for $20.