About Dunlopillo Pillows
4.6 / 5 (269 reviews)
Dunlopillo pillows provide your head, neck and shoulders with exactly the right amount of support you need to get a great night’s sleep. Whether you’re a front, back or side sleeper, the Latex Pillows maintain their shape night after night. Dunlopillo latex pillows offer instant pressure relief, are hypo-allergenic to reduce allergies and have an aerated interior to remain fresh and dry. Compare, review and shop the full Dunlopillo pillow collection at Land of Beds. From a choice of deep or slim designs, you will be sure to find a Dunlopillo pillow that compliments your sleeping position.
Everything you need to know about Dunlopillo Pillows - Answered by our bed experts
What is a Dunlopillo pillow?
A Dunlopillo pillow is made of luxury latex with superb pressure relief and instant bounce back. The incredibly resilient and durable latex adjusts to your movements throughout the night and allows you to enjoy an excellent sleeping posture. The latex is breathable, anti-allergenic and anti-bacterial, making it a very hygienic choice for allergy sufferers.
Latex is naturally dust mite resistant, so the pillows are popular with those who suffer from hay fever, respiratory problems and asthma. Some are 100% latex; others are layered with fibre for even more breathability. Memory foam can be hot and sluggish to respond to pressure, but latex doesn't need heat to yield to your body. Full of microscopic air bubbles, the latex is naturally ventilated, keeping your head and neck at a comfortable temperature while you sleep. Some Dunlopillos are layered with aerated fibres, so you can rest assured there's no worry of overheating.
Dunlopillo latex pillows hold their shape so well, rarely need plumping, and they last a long time. Indeed, they have up to a ten-year guarantee, which is something to consider when you compare, review and then buy a Dunlopillo latex pillow – it's a superb investment that will keep on rewarding you, with deep and hygienic sleep. All Dunlopillo latex pillows come with a soft, washable cover.
If your current polyester pillows are older than 18 months, they'll be full of mould, dead skin cells and dust mites. Yuk. You can test if your pillow is 'dead' by folding it in half and seeing if it springs back. If it doesn't spring back, it's time for a new one and a pillow from Dunlopillo is an ideal solution! Read our reviews to help narrow down your choice.
Dunlopillo Pillow Collection:
Dunlopillo Super Comfort Standard Pillow
The Dunlopillo Super Comfort latex pillow suits most sleepers and is a large, deep pillow filled with 100% breathable latex. Its deep, squidgy design provides instant pressure relief, especially if you suffer from a bad neck, or need extra support for your spine in the night. It rarely needs plumping as latex holds its shape so well, year after year, and it comes with a five-year guarantee. Allergen and dust-mite resistant, the pillow is even more hygienic thanks to a soft cover which can be removed and washed.
Dunlopillo Serenity Deluxe Standard Pillow
The Dunlopillo Serenity Deluxe Standard Pillow is a slim latex pillow which provides gentle support if you prefer to sleep on your front or back. The pillow is breathable, thanks to a unique 'pincore' construction of latex – the Dunlopillo Serenity latex pillow is full of interconnected air cells that keep you cool and aerated as you slumber. Latex is very good at staying fresh and dry throughout the night, so you won't wake up with a big sweaty face in the morning. Never a good look.
How long does a Dunlopillo pillow last?
Dunlopillo pillows last many years longer than standard fabric-filled pillows because the latex is so durable. They come with long guarantees – up to ten years. They may be seen to be more expensive than other brands, but that's because they last such a long time. Being natural, latex pillows do deteriorate very slightly over time, especially when exposed to direct sunlight. Too much sunbathing will toughen up the latex and diminish its magical ability to bounce back into shape. Over time, the latex will become hard and brittle, so be sure to keep yours out of the sun.
Can you wash Dunlopillo pillows?
Yes, your Dunlopillo pillow can be machine washed, but go easy, as this will reduce its life expectancy. If you have a stain, it's advised that you gently sponge the area, then place the pillow between two towels to squeeze out remaining water. Air dry away from any direct sunshine or direct heat sources. It is not recommended that you dry clean your Dunlopillo.
Which Dunlopillo pillow is best?
All a matter of choice. But to help you decide: Dunlopillos are top-end, luxurious latex pillows that will bring you many years of sound sleep. A Dunlopillo can help you say goodbye to a stiff neck and aches and pains, thanks to the revolutionary latex filling – it's breathable, has instant bounce back, and it won't lose its shape over the years. The pillows adjust to the fluctuations of your body temperature, thanks to layers of aerated fibres. So, if you're prone to hot flushes, or overheating in the summer, it's the ideal choice for cooler sleep.
What is best for you may be the pillow of nightmares for someone else, so let's look at the firmness ratings:
- Medium and soft feel - Ideal for tummy sleepers and children over 5
- Classic - Suits most sleepers
- Medium - Best for side sleepers and those who prefer extra support
- Firm - Loved by side sleepers and those with larger frames
Are Dunlopillo pillows good?
According to 5,000 Which? members, Dunlopillo pillows are very good indeed. Voted Best Pillow Brand 2017, the pillows achieved five stars in the 'comfort' and 'matched product description' categories. Made from 100% pure, breathable latex, Dunlopillos are a healthy, natural and unique material to sleep on.
David Wescomb, Dunlopillo Brand Director commented: "Our Signature Collection pillows have anti-allergenic properties and are the blueprint for comfort, support and durability – the perfect combination for a good night's sleep."
He added: "We’re extremely proud to be named Best Pillow Brand 2017 by trustworthy Which? members. It gives our customers that extra confidence they’re investing in a top-quality pillow from a top-rated brand."
Do Dunlopillo pillows smell?
Occasionally, Dunlopillo pillows do have a faint rubber smell, but it soon goes. It's natural latex, so it's bound to have a slight odour. The smell will disappear very soon, especially if you open your windows and give it a good airing.
Are Dunlopillo pillows good for side sleepers?
Dunlopillo pillows are excellent for side sleepers: try a medium to firm for correct posture and outstanding support. It may take a bit of getting used to after standard pillows, but once your neck and spine adjust to the idea of latex, you'll find your sleep is deeper, and you wake up with less cricks, aches and pains in your upper back.