I recently splurged on the Endy pillow.
I have never paid more than $35.99 for a pillow, but I have also never owned a pillow that didn’t cause headaches or a sore neck, so I was desperate to try ENDY. My biggest complaint in the past about buying pillows was that I was never able to try them before committing. (Apparently most stores don’t want you drooling, sweating, and rubbing your hair products into their pillows for several nights before returning them!? Go figure!) ENDY had a 60-Day money back guarantee, so that was all the push I needed to give it a try.
I am mostly a side-sleeper, so it seems almost impossible to even describe what it is I’ve been searching for in the perfect pillow: The exact amount of firmness to cradle my head and neck just so, but still soft enough that my head sinks into it dreamily, all while giving me that sleeping-on-a-cloud feeling!? Is that really too much to ask!?
THE PRICE OF A GOOD PILLOW
Being a little on the cheap side, I was nervous about the price at first. The ENDY pillow starts at $80 CDN for the standard size, plus tax. Shipping within Canada was free, so that made the total a tad bit easier to swallow. I considered the amount of money I have spent on chiropractic visits to relieve the pain I’ve felt after decades of sleeping on the wrong pillows. The ENDY pillow was the same price as two chiropractic treatments. That was enough simple math for me to take the plunge and press the “BUY NOW” button.
A few short days later, my pillow arrived at my doorstep, and I unrolled it from its box. It floofed out and looked so irresistible I had to immediately rest my head on it. Heavenly… but too poofy to sleep on for more than 30 seconds. I unzipped the cover, and noticed the soft lining. I’m a fan of feather and down pillows, so I was already happy about the hypoallergenic microfiber that felt like feathers without getting poked in the face when they eventually made their way through the pillowcase. The outer cover of the pillow is washable, which meant if this pillow and I were a good fit, I would have it for a very long time.
Once zipped open, there was an inner bag that held small soft foam chips. This inner bag zips open and the idea is to remove the foam and place it in the small mesh bag, which is included. I removed a good amount of foam before I found the right level of poofy-ness. I counted down the hours til bedtime, and gave my ENDY pillow its first run.
I woke up with a small amount of neck strain, so I removed more filling for the following night. I have slept on the pillow for 4 nights now, and I am happy to announce I have found a winner! I have slept comfortably with no neck pain, and no headaches! I do a lot of “machine wash cold and air dry” laundry so I am confident I can take good care of my ENDY pillow for as long as it takes care of me.
All in all, a successful splurge!
(I am not being paid by Endy to endorse their product. I am simply a girl standing in front of a pillow asking it to support me.)