Coop Eden Pillow Review

Coop Eden Pillow






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Coop Home Goods has some of the best selling pillows on the internet. They have thousands of positive view and now,  the Coop Home Goods Eden Pillow is in some respects an upgrade from their original shredded memory foam pillow but the original may be a better fit for some sleepers.  With both pillows, you can adjust the amount of fill in the pillow by unzipping the cover and the inner pouch. The covers are machine washable which is a huge plus.  The Eden pillow has cooling gel memory foam with consistently cut pieces giving it a uniform feel.

Overview of the Coop Eden Pillow

You can order the Coop pillow directly from the Coop Website. The pillows are less on Coop and come with a 100-night trial.  A queen size Eden Pillow can be had with their 10% off coupon making it about $72 total.

Your pillow will come in a box like the one below.

Inside the box, you will first find a pouch of pillow filling if you want to make the pillow thicker. These pillows already come fairly full so you probably won’t even need to use it but it is nice to have extra.

Coop Pillow Filling

Here’s a video showing the differences between the Coop Original and Eden Pillow. I also show you the travel size pillow.

Specifications of the Coop Eden Pillow

  • Adjustable for perfect alignment
  • Safe – CertiPUR-US® certified
  • Machine Washable
  • 100 Night Sleep Trial

Specifications of the Coop Original Pillow

  • Adjustable for perfect alignment
  • Safe – CertiPUR-US® certified
  • Machine washable
  • 100-night sleep trial
  • UPC:820103514262
  • Materials:
    • Inner liner: 100% polyester
    • Pillowcase: 40% bamboo-derived viscose rayon, 60% polyester
    • Fill: 90% polyurethane, 10% polyester
    • 100 Night Sleep Trial

My Coop Pillow Findings

As of this writing, I have been sleeping on the pillow for about five nights. I have gone through so many pillows I can usually tell how I will sleep on it by just touching it. I knew that the Coop Eden pillow was a significant upgrade over their first pillow.

Many shredded foam pillows just can’t get the transition right. They feel good at first but quickly lose support or feel too hard. The Coop kept me afloat all night. The knit fabric cover was also stretchy enough to get the full feel of the foam inside.

Here’s a look at the inside of the Original Coop Pillow. Both incorporate microfiber into the pillow along with the cut foam. This gives is a sort of silky feel. It won’t feel chunky like a cheap foam pillow and will feel closer to a quality down pillow.

The first Coop pillow did not allow you to access the fill inside and I really appreciate that I can customize the amount of fill in my pillow. I usually take about a third of it out since I tend to sleep on my stomach.

Aside from feel, this is a very competitively priced pillow given the quality and construction. At just under $70 for a queen size it is almost half that of other competitors.

My Coop Eden Pillow Recommendation

The Coop Eden pillow is on my short list for memory foam pillows. I appreciate the consistently cut gel memory foam. It is just the right density of foam to give you a down pillow feel. It doesn’t sleep hot and doesn’t lose support at night. It also isn’t too heavy. It can easily be moved around and it also makes it easier to get it in a pillowcase. I also like the fact that you can wash the outer cover so it reduces the need for a pillow protector.

Coop also sells refill packs so that you can add even more loft to your pillow. I have seen some comments that it isn’t thick enough for side sleepers which may be true if you have really broad shoulders, in which case adding more fill should solve the problem.

If you have shied away from memory foam pillows in the past, the Coop Eden pillow will change how you think about foam pillows.

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16 thoughts on “Coop Home Goods Original and Eden Pillow Review, Which is Right for You?”

  1. Can you help me find a pillow for a side sleeper, I really like a pillow that feels cool and stays cool. Too many times I wake up and have to flip or move to find a cool spot and that just disrupts my sleep. I’ve been through so many pillows I can’t even count.

    1. The Coop Eden pillow would be a good choice since it has cooling gel foam inside that is cut at a consistent length. The pillow is very breathable with the knit cover.

  2. How does this compare to a temperpedic? I sleep mainly back and side

    1. This pillow has shredded foam whereas most Tempurpedic models are made with a solid foam core. You can also adjust the loft of this pillow where you cannot with a Tempurpedic.

  3. Great review!

    How does it compare to the Nest Bedding Easy Breather?

    1. The cover of the Coop is not as stretchy. I think that was the biggest difference. I felt like is sunk into the Easy Breather more than the Coop.

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    Missed the sale. Do you have another promo code?

    Noticed this pillow is washable whereas the Easy Breather isn’t. Should that be a consideration when owning a pillow?

    Hot sleeper here so want the coolest possible.

  5. I’m debating between the original and Eden. Which will be a better choice for side sleeper?

  6. First and foremost, I am looking for the coolest pillow possible. I’d rather it be on the firm side if it needs a tie breaker. Seems like it’s between the eden vs snuggle pedic. What do you recommend? Thanks!!

  7. Joshua gertz


    Which do you recommend for a side sleeper, this or the My Pillow?

    1. Sleep Sherpa


      Both would be good. The My Pillow comes in different thicknesses depending on your size so just make sure you get the correct size. The Coop comes overstuffed so you can take out what you don’t need. It then comes down to feel. The My Pillow has a more springy feel and recovers faster while the Coop feels more like a down pillow.

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    I paid 70.00 for the Eden pillow , It’s NOT worth it. The pillow gets hard after a few days and Matts up as if the gel is sticking the foam together. It was a waste of my money.

  9. Thanks for all the information! How firm do you think the Eden is compared to the original? I just bought the original but found it too hot, so I was contemplating getting the Eden instead, but Coop’s website says Eden is softer and I don’t particularly like soft pillows.

    1. Anonymous


      Maybe get the cool gel stuffing refill and add to the original, that may help

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