The Rolling Pillow is mainly made of plastic, but the handles are covered with cork. In the box there are two pillows – soft and hard. The soft pillow is made of soft, memory foam. It’s really soft, comfortable and it has a cover, so it can be washed out or changed. I’m not sure about the hard pillow – I think it’s made of some sort of foam and leather. It’s really hard when you lie down on it, despite being a bit elastic (if that makes sense). You can use the Rolling Pillow with soft or hard pillow – I don’t recommend using both at the same time as when you use both neck is too high. The important part about the pillow is that some people may need a period of adjustment from 1 week to 3 months to adjust to new sleep environment. I have Rolling Pillow for almost three weeks now, but I don’t use it every day. I guess I may be the person who needs longer time to adjust to the Rolling Pillow. I think it’s important to write this, before I’ll share my thoughts about the product.
I can’t say that the pillow is comfortable for me, but it’s also not uncomfortable if you know what I mean. When I lie for more than 30 minutes on the hard pillow my head hurts as it’s too hard for my liking. I also feel like the neck convexity is a bit too high for me, so my neck is higher than it should be. However it may be just my habit and impression. The soft pillow is okay – I find it comfortable. The Rolling Pillow supports neck pretty well and definitely helps to maintain a good position. I haven’t slept a whole night on the pillow yet, but after laying on it for around an hour or longer (mainly when I read books in my bed) I feel more relaxed the next morning. I don’t have neck/spine pain, so I can’t say if it helps with that. However it definitely helps with sleep posture. The Rolling Pillow looks nice, very modern and all, but I have some issues with it’s ergonomic aspects. I don’t find it comfortable to use. The cover of soft pillow has attached Velcro strap, so I can attach it to the plastic part of Rolling Pillow, so it stays on its place, which is nice, but the hard pillow doesn’t have any kind of strap, so it fells every single time I want to show the pillow to other people or put it to other place, which I find annoying.
I sleep with loose hair – I have really long hair, so the pillow is sometimes quite painful when my hair tangled in the pillow. It would be so much nicer if there wouldn’t be so many spaces for hair. Another issue is that the pillow is... loud. I hear it every time I turn my head on sides or I want to change my position. My dogs start to bark when they hear this sound. Overall I don’t know how to rate Rolling Pillow – I can’t say it’s uncomfortable, but it also isn’t comfortable (perhaps I just need more time to adjust to it). For sure it’s an innovative product and I’ll give it more time to see how it goes. Right now it’s not my favorite. I think it may be a really great innovation for people who need to lie down for longer period of time (eg after accidents or in coma). It may be also a great pillow for people with neck pain.