Ingenious pillow makes the middle seat of a plane ‘like first class’

The new product is the Trtl Travel Pillow. It’s going viral, it’s available on Amazon and fans claim it will transform your travel experience.

The neck pillow was devised by mechanical engineers more maximum comfort. The “pillow” which looks more like a scarf, has a hidden support system in it, to keep your head up if you drop off.

Amazon reviews have gushed about the product, with over 7,500 reviewers rating it five stars – around 56 percent of reviews.

One called it the “best travel pillow ever”. Reviewer Rachel King wrote: “This pillow is never leaving me! It’s brilliant. The material itself is very comfortable, and you do feel supported.

“There is a bit of a learning curve to get the right positioning for you and is quite trial and error. I couldn’t find any position towards the front that worked for me, but quickly got left and right positioning sorted.”

Another reviewer said: “My daughter and I have been resistant to purchasing this pillow because of the price but we finally took the plunge and got this travel pillow and wow.

“It’s perfect for our red-eye flights. We should have purchased it earlier.”

And the pillow has been useful for more than just flights. One reviewer Sam W wrote: “I love this pillow! I’m disabled and I cannot lay flat. I have a hospital bed and have to sleep in an upright position which means I have to lie on my back, which I’ve never felt comfortable doing. I have spent years trying to plump pillows up to curl them around my neck so I can feel like I’m sleeping on my side but those days are gone thanks to the Trtl Pillow.”

Lonely Planet Magazine claimed the product “makes the middle seat feel like first class”.

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The gadget, which costs $49.76 (£39.99), aims to provide “premium comfort” using the “loop wrap and nap” method. It has 30,000 positive reviews on Amazon.

The brand claims the product has “Hidden internal support that keeps your head upright while sleeping” and it is “scientifically preferred by 9/10 participants.”

It was independently tested by the Institute of Motion Analysis and Research (IMAR) at the University of Dundee.

The brand also produces a Trtl Pillow Junior for $43.54 (£34.99), which is suitable for ages eight and up.

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