Named after the largest burrowing clam in the world, the Geoduck ("gooey duck") is a must have for those who desire a portable and comfortable pillow. Stuff it into its integrated stuff sack while traveling, then pull it out and watch it expand to three times its size when you’re ready to catch a nap. Don't leave home without it!
- Stuffs in to its own pocket
- Portable and light
- Average weight: 6 oz / 170 g
- 16 x 10 x 3.5 in / 40 x 27 x 9 cm
|Dimensions||16 in x 10 in x 3.5 in / 40 cm x 27 cm x 9 cm|
|Fill Weight||4.6 oz / 130 g|
|Average Weight||6 oz / 170 g|
|Fill Power||800+ Premium Grey Goose Down|
|Origin||Made in Seattle, USA of imported materials|
I couldn’t keep this pillow because the material was so slick it slipped out of the size appropriate pillowcase. Suggest that it be made out of a more sturdy and less slick material.
More comfy than air pillows but needs one major tweak, plus a tip
I have tried multiple backpacking type air inflated pillows, but none were as comfortable as this down pillow. I like it enough that I own two of them. As many have said, it does flatten out too much during the night. It seems to me that if FF would fill the seemingly useless hollow hole in the middle of the pillow with more down, that would greatly enhance this pillow’s performance. Whatever use the hollow hole may have, if any, it is negatively offset to an unacceptable degree by the pillow flattening out. I would urge FF to start filling the hole with down to provide more comfort and support. One tip is I put my pillow in an 11x15 toddler sized pillow case with a zipper on the end, and that did help significantly with the flattening out problem. A larger size pillow case won’t work as well (I know from trial and error). I still recommend the pillow, but wish FF would correct the hollow hole issue, which I view as a design flaw.
Fantastic travel /camping pillow
Comfy pillow and bought 2 for camping and travel. Pros are size and comfort- not too puffy, not too thin, simply a nice place to rest your head. Agree with others - cons are it is slippery so pillow case is ideal. Self stuff sack works fine but the audience for this may not need it and the integrated sack tends to get in the way.
Wanted to love this pillow...but it literally deflates when you put your head down and offers zero support.
This is an awesome pillow with modifications. I removed the extension inner pocket (since it always works out at night), filled the pillow with a bit more down, and then sewed it shut. It is now very light weight, compressible, and comfortable.