The Sleepgram Pillow is a down pillow with a three chamber construction. It is made in China and is available exclusively through the Sleepgram website. A queen size 2 pack currently retails for $79.99. I have been seeing ads for this pillow all over Facebook so I thought I would try it for myself to see how it compares to the competition.
- A bit expensive given the materials and construction
- Need to pay for shipping
- Returns are free but need to read the fine print.
- It feels like a nice traditional pillow and would be great for guest rooms as it has a universal comfort and feel.
Overview of the Sleepgram Pillow
Below is a video overview of the Sleepgram pillow. As you can see it has a gusseted side and is a medium loft. Not too thick or too thin.
Construction of the Sleepgram Pillow
Below are the sizes and dimensions as listed on the Sleepgram website.
18″ x 26″ + 1.5″ gusset
18″ x 33″ + 1.5″ gusset
My Sleepgram Pillow Findings
Here’s a side view of the Sleepgram pillow. I really like the gusseted edge as it makes the pillow thicker around the edges and gives you more support around your neck.
Below is a picture of my mini bowling ball on the pillow. The ball weighs about 4 lbs. but still sinks into the pillow nicely.
Here’s a video where I drop the small bowling ball on the pillow to show sinkage/recovery.
My Sleepgram Recommendation
Overall I think the Sleepgram pillow feels nice and is well made. If you are going to buy one, I advise buying at least 2 since you get a substantial discount over buying just one. This is a relatively new company so it’s hard to know what customer service is like but I received my pillows very quickly, in less than a week and they were packaged nicely. I haven’t returned these since I will probably be using them for guests.