You may have seen the commercials about the new Angel Sleeper Pillow by Copper Fit which is designed for side and back sleepers. It comes in a standard and king size. For this review, I purchase the standard size which sells for about $40. Overall I appreciate that they put a lot of thought into the design and it certainly doesn’t look like a standard pillow. I think it’s great for back sleeping but it came up a little short, literally for side sleeping. I have a bigger frame and it just wasn’t thick enough for my shoulders. Below are my thoughts about the Angel Sleeper.
Overview of the Angel Sleeper Pillow
You can only get this pillow through the Angel Sleeper website. It comes in a standard and king size. When I ordered my pillow it said there were shipping delays and to expect it in about 3 weeks but to my surprise, it arrived in 4 days! The pillow was packaged in a protective plastic pouch with a zippable cover which can be reused for storage when not in use. Because it wasn’t vacuum sealed, there was very little off-gassing so it’s ready to use right away.
If you are extra sensitive to smells the cover is machine washable and running it through the wash will help. Here’s what it looks like right out of the packaging.
The pillow has 2 sides, the shallow side is for side sleeping and the thicker side that slopes downward is for back sleeping. It contours inward on the edges so that you can hug it with your arm without making the pillow bunch up further. Below you can see how the edges measure up.
The is the height of the pillow from the front.
This is the bottom of the pillow where you can find the zipper. It is really easy to unzip and wash the cover.
Here’s another shot of the pillow even further unzipped.
This is what the pillow looks like with the cover completely off. It appears to be a closed-cell foam and is super squishy.
Here’s another shot of the pillow without the cover from the side.
How Much Does the Angel Sleeper Copper Fit Pillow Cost?
This pillow comes in 2 sizes
Both come with a 30-day trial
My Angel Sleeper Recommendation
If you are a stomach or back sleeper that is experiencing neck or shoulder problems at night this might be a good solution. While somewhat expensive at $40 plus shipping and handling and taxes which brought the total to a little over $50, it’s certainly less expensive than buying a new mattress. Just keep in mind that you will need to pay return shipping as well which is probably around $10 so all in, it could cost around $20 just to try the pillow even if you decide to return it within the 30 day trial period.
There are thousands of foam pillows available but I haven’t come across one molded quite like the Angel Sleeper. The added copper benefit makes it worthy of consideration. Just keep in mind that you have broad shoulders it may not be thick enough to properly support you so adding a standard pillow underneath may be needed. I’m usually wary of these “as seen on tv” products, especially if they try to hide any sort of fees but so far I am pretty impressed with this one.
Another option would be the cervical pillow from Coisum which is available on Amazon. With Amazon, you will get great shipping and easy returns.
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