Sick of listening to your other half snore through the night? Well, Aldi has just the thing for you.
The supermarket giant is bringing out two-packs of ‘Anti-Snore Pillows’ for just over $20. According to Aldi, the ingenious pillows work by lifting the position of your head so your airways are always open and you stay snore-free.
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Says Aldi: “This 2 pack of Kirkton House Anti Snore Pillows is a comfortable way to help snorers, meaning everyone can get a better night’s sleep! The S-shaped foam insert wrapped in the hollow fibre helps to elevate the head position, keeping your airways open!”
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And it seems the reviews aren’t too bad! Said one: ‘My husband stopped snoring after using these. I could marry Mr Aldi.’ Added another: “These pillows are excellent my neck is much better supported than with any pillow I’ve tried in the past.”
Said a third: “Lovely and comfy when you get used to it but can’t say it stopped his snoring but it wasn’t as bad.”
The only bad news? The pillows aren’t available in Australia … just yet.
They’re currently available in the UK – but we believe it’s only a matter of time before they make their way to our shores as part of an upcoming Special Buys.
We’ll keep you posted on when they’re coming to Australia.
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