Actually, the Core D-Core Pillow is perfect if your neck is so long, you need three chins to fill up the real estate, or if your neck is so short, you use your turtleneck collars as a nose warmer.
But if you’re one of the few people – 5,763,341 to be exact – who have average-sized necks, you need to get either the smaller or larger model, which will fit your neck better. Otherwise, you’ll find that this is product can be a pain in the neck – literally.
Well, we ’ve always thought our neck long and swanlike, so this pillow should have been perfect for us, despite the fact that we’re (that, by the way, is the royal we) just 5-foot-3. Imagine our dismay to find out that the pillow would not fit us either, and that we are, after all, as pudgy necked as the rest of you 5-foot-3 mortals. Ouch.
So there’s really no getting around it: if you have an average-sized neck (that is, you’re not smaller than 5 feet and not taller than 5-foot-7), you have to get a smaller pillow than this.
Cons of the Core D-Core Pillow:
Pros of the Core D-Core Pillow:
Recommendation and Results
For average-sized people, we do not recommend the Core D-Core Pillow, because too many people have complained it was designed for bigger people with longer or shorter necks.
What we do recommend is that you get a similar pillow, but a smaller or bigger size, like the travel size or the standard size. Those should fit you better.
But if you’re 5 feet or less, or 5’7” or more, like these users here and here, this pillow should fit you very well.
But will it stop us from snoring?
Although, the Core D-Core Pillow was not designed as an anti-snore pillow but as an anti-sore pillow (it was meant to eliminate neck pain, not nocturnal whale songs), it does eliminate/minimize snoring for people who are the right size for it. Read one user’s story here.
At a price of $20, it’s definitely cheaper than many similar devices out there. With this fact in consideration, we at Anti-Snore Pillow Reviews do recommend the Core D-Core Pillow – but only for very tall or very short people.
The fact is, this pillow can be 100% effective at eliminating snoring. We strongly believe that you would not snore at all the whole night using it. How could you? You wouldn’t even be able sleep!
The pillow is so stiff, it feels like a piece of wood under our heads.
Now we read somewhere that the ancient Egyptians actually slept on wooden pillows. Maybe that’s why they’re all dead now.
Some users, though actually liked the pillow. They said the pillow was great, it worked. Truly, one man’s poison can be another man’s meat.
But a quick look at the comments reveals something: “I bought this for my husband.” “It has reduced my husband’s snoring.”
No wonder they liked it. They weren’t the ones using it!
Oh well. We suppose, with a little EQ (or the threat of alimony – oops, we mean divorce), one could actually get used to the pillow’s stiffness.
In any case, it does not stay stiff for very long. Which brings us to our second issue, which concerns the pillow’s durability.
So here’s this stiff thing that turns limp and flat just as you’re beginning to enjoy it. Does it have anxiety issues? Medication? Did it have a troubled childhood?
Really, we don’t want to know.
Cons of the Snore No More Pillow:
Pros of the Snore No More Pillow:
Recommendation and Results
To tell the truth, we were this close (show thumb and index finger a millimeter away from each other) to actually recommending the Snore No More Pillow. It does lessen snoring. And that’s a huge thing, because that’s what we get anti-snore pillows for.
So what if it’s too hard? All (or nearly all) pillows designed to eliminate or lessen snoring are hard anyway.
And so what if it can’t be returned? It’s a personal item. Of course, it can’t be returned.
What we can’t forgive, though, is the pillow’s lack of staying power. A 3-to-4-week lifespan is just ridiculous for a pillow that costs $35.
So, just to make sure it’s clear, here’s the verdict: We at Anti-Snore Pillow Reviews do not recommend the Snore No More Pillow.