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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 buy the Copper Fit Angel Pillow from their website or on Amazon. 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. I recommend buying through Amazon since returns are much easier.
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Sleeping Style and Body Weight
The Angel Sleeper’s medium loft and feel are well suited for side sleeping. This pillow should be thick and supportive enough to fill the distance between the head and neck and the mattress to keep the spine aligned. The Angel Sleeper also has the added benefit of a cut-out to give side sleepers a place to rest their arms.
Side sleepers who weigh under 230 pounds are likely to get the best support. Those who weigh more than 230 pounds may be more likely to have broader shoulders or larger heads, so the Angel Sleeper may not be thick or supportive enough for some individuals in this weight group, so it may be difficult for them to keep their necks and spines aligned.
Back sleepers need a supportive pillow that prevents their head from slumping back, which could strain the neck and aggravate snoring. However, a pillow that is too thick and/or too firm could push the chin towards the chest and cause discomfort.
Most back sleepers prefer medium to firm pillows with a medium loft. While the Angel Sleeper is an appropriate thickness for most back sleepers, its firmness falls towards the lower end of the ideal range. This may make it most comfortable for back sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds. Those who weigh over 130 pounds may have heavier heads, which could sink more deeply into the Angel Sleeper’s memory foam. Individuals in this weight group may still find the Angel Sleeper comfortable, it may not be the ideal firmness for them.
Stomach sleepers usually need a softer, thinner pillow than those who favor other positions. A pillow that is too firm or too thick could push their head backward, putting pressure on their necks.
The Angel Sleeper’s medium loft and medium firmness may be too much for stomach sleepers from all weight groups. However, some may enjoy its conforming and cushioning and appreciate the cutout space to rest their arms.
Angel Sleeper Pillow
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Over 230 lbs.|
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Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies
The Angel Sleeper Pillow is sold through its official website. It is also sold through Amazon and select third-party vendors, including Target and Bed Bath & Beyond. Orders through The Angel Sleeper website ship within the United States.
Orders on two or more pillows ship free within the contiguous United States. Otherwise, a shipping and handling fee applies.
Items typically ship within 30 days of purchase via FedEx or USPS.
Copper Fit offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. During this time, customers can return their pillow for a refund of the purchase price minus shipping and handling charges. Sales tax may apply, and customers in Alaska and Hawaii will incur a $10 surcharge.
No warranty policy is available at this time.
We're ideally meant to spend about one-third of our lifetime in a state of rest. So it's important to optimize a healthy bedroom space and consistently get a good night's sleep. One key to establishing a bedtime routine that promotes rest is to prioritize comfort. There's a lot of focus on choosing the right mattress for your sleep habits, but you'd be remiss in ignoring the difference the right bed pillow can make, too.
While individual sleeping preferences will differ, there's likely a pillow type that meets your comfort expectations -- whether it's a latex foam pillow, gel memory foam pillow, water pillow, wedge pillow, latex pillow, support pillow, body pillow, orthopedic pillow, contoured pillow, feather pillow, hybrid pillow, buckwheat pillow, pillow made with organic cotton or even a special pillow that specifically promotes spinal alignment. It's just a matter of considering all your pillow (and pillow protector) options, which seem to expand every day.
So, before you become overwhelmed, let us help you narrow things down. Here are some questions you should ask when you're shopping for the best pillow for your needs: Are you a back, stomach or side sleeper? Are you one of those combination sleepers? Do you run hot or cold while sleeping? Are you allergic to goose down or feathers?
To help you decide on the right pillow, we've rounded up some of the best bed pillow options available online right now. We've also explained their material differences and included pillow review input from enthusiastic internet reviewers -- complete with our own hands-on (heads-on?) impressions and our recommendations for whose needs they'll likely suit best. Here's hoping that a good night's rest is right around the corner.
Pillows we've tested
|Best price||Size (inches)||Firmness||Other sizes and shapes||Multipack options||Materials||Machine-washable?||Hypoallergenic?||Trial period?||Warranty|
|Nectar Pillow||$75||17x29||Adjustable||N/A||N/A||two types of memory foam including visco-elastic memory foam, quilted outer shell||No||Not specified||50 days||Not specified|
|Cosy House Bamboo Pillow||$40 (standard/queen)||17.5x20.5||Adjustable||King ($48)||2-pack ($70) 4-pack ($129.95)||CertiPUR-US high-density shredded memory foam, adaptive transition foam, bamboo case||Case only||Yes||Zero-hassle returns||Not specified|
|Original Casper Pillow||$65 (standard)||18x26||"soft, but also supportive," non-adjustable||King (18x34) $77||N/A||polyester microfiber fill, polyester fabric lining, 100% cotton cover||Yes||Not specified||100 days||1 year|
|Coop Home Goods "The Original"||$60 (queen)||20x30||Adjustable||King ($65)||N/A||Polyester liner, visoelastic polyurethane and polyester fill, bamboo derived viscose rayon and polyester case||Yes||Yes||100 days||5 years|
|The Purple Harmony Pillow||$159 (standard)||17x26||"just the right amount of soft support," nonadjustable||Tall (an extra inch of height, no additional cost)||N/A||92% nylon fiber, 8% spandex fiber cover, hyper-elastic Purple polymer grid, ventilated Talalay latex with polyester cover||Cover only||Yes||100 days||1 year|
Sleep on this: Consumer Reports rates the best pillows for better sleep
In our quest for a good night’s sleep, most of us focus on the mattress. And that’s understandable — it’s expensive and we’re going to live with it for many years.
Just don’t overlook the pillow. All too often, pillows are an impulse purchase, something you grab when you see a sale.
You spend about a third of your life in bed, so your pillow should feel comfortable and give you the support you need.
For it’s first-ever pillow test, Consumer Reports rated 10 pillows from popular brands including Casper, Sealy, Tempur-Pedic and MyPillow. They ranged in price from about $4 (for one at Sam’s Club) to a top-of-the-line Tempur-Pedic that sells for $170. Consumer Reports' Haniya Rae says tests show that when it comes to pillows, you generally get what you pay for.
“Not every pillow at the bottom of our charts is inexpensive. But more often than not, the ones at Walmart or Target, that are like $10 for two pillows, don't last quite as well in our resilience test,” Rae told NBC News BETTER. “They flatten out very quickly and they tend not to fluff up afterwards. So, you're sort of throwing money down the drain if it's a pillow that you're going to sleep on all the time.”
HOW DO THEY TEST PILLOWS?
Consumer Reports considers both objective machine-based test results and subjective comments from people who lie on the pillows to see how they feel.
The critical factor for any pillow is how it supports the head and neck of people of all sizes when they sleep on their back or their side. That can make the difference between a good night’s sleep and a stiff neck, Rae said. A good pillow must also breathe and dissipate heat, so it doesn’t make you sweaty.
Consumer Reports uses a special environmental chamber to assess how well a pillow should hold up over time. The chamber is set at a 98.6 F (body temperature) and 80 percent humidity. Each pillow has a 225-pound load, evenly distributed, put on it. After 96 hours, the pillow is removed from the chamber and the thickness and firmness are measured. That’s done again after it’s hand-fluffed.
It takes about 200 hours to test each pillow. Readings are taken from a pressure mat, humidity and temperature sensors, and a material testing machine. The result: hundreds of data points for each pillow.
AND THE WINNERS ARE…
Of the 10 pillows tested, Consumer Reports recommends three:
Coop Home Goods Premium Adjustable Loft ($60): The top-performing pillow, it scored 84 out of 100 and got excellent marks for side support, back support, resilience and user preference. You can remove some of the shredded memory foam and polyester fiberfill or add more (it comes with some extra) to adjust the firmness. Coop Home Goods offers a 100-night sleep satisfaction guarantee.
Tempur-Pedic Breeze Dual Cooling ($170): The most expensive pillow in the test, it came in second with an overall score of 72. Consumer Reports says the memory foam slab offers great support for side sleepers and maintains its shape very well. “But if you sleep warm, you may want to check out other options,” the editors noted. That’s because this pillow slowly retains heat, so it could make your head sweaty.
Sealy Memory Foam Gel ($65): Made from a single slab of foam, the Sealy (overall score of 71) holds its shape and is rated excellent for side sleepers. Like the Tempur-Pedic, Consumer Reports says it “grows warmer as you lie on it — trapping heat and moisture under your head.”
Other noteworthy results
MyPillow Premium ($80): This highly publicized pillow earned a score of 68. It’s made from shredded polyurethane foam that may keep your head cooler. But during the testing, the pieces of foam moved around and shifted out of place. “Some of our testers found sleeping on it to be annoying because the foam tended to bunch up around the head and neck,” the editors wrote.
MyPillow Classic ($40): It’s made with the same, but slightly less, shredded polyurethane foam as the MyPillow Premium. But with low marks for resilience and user preference, it‘s overall score was 58. Testers found that the foam “tended to bunch up,” making it harder for it to maintain its shape.
NBC News BETTER contacted MyPillow about these results. Mike Lindell, inventor and CEO of MyPillow, said in an emailed statement:
“I have never paid attention to media reviews and won’t start now. I have sold more than 46 million MyPillows and have millions of happy customers. They are my focus. I view every customer like it’s my only customer, and it’s their opinions that matter to me.”
Beckham Luxury Linens Hotel Collection ($35): With an overall rating of 67, Consumer Reports calls this a “bargain buy” for side and back sleepers.
Casper The Pillow ($65): Consumer Reports calls it an “average” pillow that will help you sleep cooler. Casper offers a 100-night sleep trial.
WHAT WILL WORK FOR YOU?
Clearly, pillows are subjective. But in general, a flatter pillow is better for a back sleeper and a fluffier pillow is better for side sleepers. Stomach sleepers want a flat pillow that doesn’t raise the head.
You might be able to determine this in the store by looking at the package. If not, do your best to feel it. See if it fluffs back up after you push it out of shape. Your best bet is to buy from a store or manufacturer that offers a money-back satisfaction guarantee. Consumer Reports’ Pillow Buying Guide explains what to look for when buying pillows, as well as how to care for the ones you bring home.
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Herb Weisbaum is a contributor to NBC News and writes about consumer-related issues. He can be found on Facebook, Twitter, or The ConsumerMan website.
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