|By PR Newswire||
|December 11, 2012 05:57 PM EST||
ORLANDO, Fla., Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- PillowFix.com Review - Travelers Everywhere are Raving about a Way to Sleep Better on the Go
PillowFix, an Orlando based company, claims that their product enhances the comfort of traditional pillows. Because of its unique design, it can also be taken along wherever you expect to encounter an uncomfortable pillow. PillowFix rolls up, inflates and deflates quite easily making the versatility of this product unlike anything else on the market. PillowFix sales are projected to double if the current trend of interest continues as people begin to realize how this easy-to use product can help them sleep better wherever they are.
When recently asked to explain why this product is all the rage, the PillowFix team described the product as "an inflatable pillow enhancer. When deflated, the PillowFix slips underneath a regular pillow, inside the pillow case. With a few quick breaths a good night's sleep is within reach even in a hotel room, at a family member's home, while camping, or wherever you might be. There are internal gussets that regulate the air within the chambers to ensure even air distribution as you sleep, so there will never be any ballooning as you move naturally during the night. PillowFix can be adjusted to your desired comfort level ensuring great rest every time." According to the customer service team, PillowFix users are extremely pleased with the product because of how unique it is and yet it addresses and solves a basic need - sleep! "We think this product is taking off because so many people can identify with an inability to sleep well away from home. We also can't discount all of the countless people using PillowFix every single night, even when they are at home. Many people suffer from discomfort when sleeping no matter where they are. A lot of people use it as a back support when sitting in their desk chair or riding in their car as well. We have a large number of campers using the product, because you can now bring a pillow on overnight hiking trips. There are so many uses for this product, and that's why we know it's becoming popular."
PillowFix is becoming a go-to product and is widely used for many different activities. While many travelers are swearing by its effectiveness and convenience while traveling, people are also commenting on how it is helping with their posture and comfort while sitting in their desk chair at work. Dean C., from Milwaukee, WI says that he uses PillowFix for his chair at the office then uses it in the car for his hour long commute home to ease lower back pain. Others are saying that it's ideal for camping trips where space is limited and regular pillows would be impractical on rugged trails.
The PillowFix team also commented that many people are also interested in the durability of PillowFix since it's crafted out of 100% hypoallergenic, medical grade materials. "It's completely water proof and easily cleaned with soap and water, which people are really interested in. Another interesting point is that it is manufactured completely in the USA! We are committed to supporting America as well as supporting manufacturing jobs in our country," they said. PillowFix's soft felt-like finish gives the pillow enhancer a nice cozy feel as well. PillowFix allows people that are reliant on their pillow to travel with ease. Its supportive quality allows travelers to be comfortable in any sleeping situation.
Suzanna H., from Dallas, TX described her experience with PillowFix to me in a recent interview. "When I found PillowFix online, I was immediately interested. I don't go on business trips often, but I visit my family members, and go on trips with my girlfriends often enough that I was sure it would solve all my sleeping problems – or at least I hoped it would. I really prefer to pack light wherever I go, and I hate bringing my heavy pillow along all the time so I crossed my fingers and ordered. It wasn't much of a risk for $19.99. It came quickly and when I tried it for the first time at my parent's house I was sold. It supported their thin pillows that sink down when you put your head on them. I honestly believe making those pillows comfortable is nothing short of a miracle! I slept so well and have not stopped telling people about the product since. Now I use it at work too because I read on their website that it could be used for desk chairs as well. I hadn't even thought of that when I first ordered it. I am so thrilled about PillowFix!"
If you're interested in learning more about PillowFix, simply visit their website at www.pillowfix.com. PillowFix provides video examples and additional information about the product as well. They also have an Amazon store where you can purchase PillowFix and see reviews of the product. Amazon is of course a leader in getting products to customers quickly, and gift wrapping is also available.
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