The BEST Travel Pillow (Cabeau Evolution s3)

The BEST Travel Pillow (Cabeau Evolution s3)


hey there today I am reviewing the best
travel pillow that I have found about this Cabeau Evolution s3 neck pillow for
travel to Europe or Asia or a long-haul flight it is fantastic the velcro straps
on the back of this neck pillow hold your head up and back so that you can
sleep in a seated position a travel bag is included and you will roll your neck
pillow up and pack it in here and that way if you don’t want to add weight to
your suitcase what I would do is I would attach this hook to my belt loop or
something like that so it does not count as weight and I would probably pack my
neck pillows that way at the beginning of a trip by by the end of the trip I’m
just throwing everything in so I would just hook this together and then put
that around the luggage handles on my suitcase this clip keeps the neck pillow
closed and secure so that when you lean your head forward it’s not going to fall
out of there and it keeps it all around your neck and your jawline it’s almost
as if you’re wearing a neck brace and you can make it even more secure by
pulling the little thing to you it’ll make it a little more secure
none of this neck pillow has an odor to it and I so appreciate that one thing I
need to say about these straps is that these straps attached to the headrest in
most mainline airplanes the 50 seater airplanes do not have those kind of
headrest so if you’re flying around five hours the seat headrest has flaps that
are going to come forward a little bit and if you don’t use a neck pillow you
would lean your head against it and then it eventually is going to go back but
that will help hold your neck back so that your chin will stay up most of the
time and you can’t remove this outer layer with this little zipper right here
this neck pillow also comes with a little bitty pocket right here just in
case you need to put something secret in there I find that this added bulge right
here just helps bring the pillow up closer to you it gives you a little bit
of a block up to just make it so that when you lean your head over you’re not
leaning it obtusely abnormal from where you should
be leaning it you just have to barely lean your head over with such ease it’s
just such less stress I usually cannot sleep on airplanes because I can’t get
my neck comfortable any kind of a neck pillow that I’ve used before is doesn’t
come up high enough and it doesn’t it moves with me and I don’t need it to do
that I will say with this it is so bulky that I could use it like that I mean
it’s so such a firm thick foam that I think you could do that with – like I
said this evolution s3 and neck pillow is phenomenal and keeping your head up
and your neck back so that you can sleep in a seated position with ease it is
very expensive but I can tell you as an avid traveler it is worth every penny be
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34 thoughts on “The BEST Travel Pillow (Cabeau Evolution s3)”

  • Ooh,my daughter has invited me to go on her Birthday Jamaica trip in November. I think I might get this for her and the other girls going on the trip as gifts! ❤️ As always,thank you Laurie!

  • Laurie, thank you for reviewing that neck pillow. I’ve seen it before but you are the first person I’ve seen who explains why it is such a great travel pillow. It’s on my list now! p.s. I would keep earplugs and possibly my flexible, soft eye pillow in the side pocket. Your short and sweet recommendation is so appreciated! 💕

  • Where's Nathan going?He needs a pillow. 😺 !! That pillow looks really therapeutic,like it would prevent neck-ache(sp?)

    Does the dairy free pea milk stain say like the neck pillow? Yikes (×_×)!!!

  • CAROLYN WILSON says:

    I want the kitty in the suitcase! I can’t pack with my kitty in the same room because she is all over my suitcase; therefore, not only is it difficult to pack, but she sheds all over everything! My only wish is that I could take her with me. I have a hard time sleeping without her!

  • Chrissy 8675309 says:

    I sleep in a recliner and end up falling asleep sitting straight up. It always messes my neck up worse. I am getting one of these pillows! Thanks Laurie!!🦋🦋🦋

  • Terri Berryhill says:

    I have the older version of this pillow! I’m going to upgrade before my next long haul flight. I love my pillow, but having the straps on the back will be even better!! You can put your phone in the pocket so you can listen to music. I have a sleep sounds app I listen to. Thank you for alerting me to the newer version!! Safe travels!!

  • I'm convinced! I'll be buying this pillow for an upcoming European trip. Could you tell me what phone charger you're using? I bought one and it stank! Lasted one charge. I know you use one, but I can't remember which one.

  • I think I would have to try it in a store to see if it would work for me.

    Also a pair of tips, if you are sensitive to new smells (like new pillows) when you are trying to sleep wash the neck pillow cover with a DIRTY pillow case and NO detergent in your washer at home. The smells will transfer onto the cover of the neck pillow (wash the whole pillow if it has no cover). For hotels, pack a pillow case you've used at least a week and use it on the hotel pillows. Both cases will help you sleep better due to familiar smells.

  • stinkygraykitty says:

    How about a video on "keeping your hair looking good" and one for the same with "makeup" on a long haul flight? Oh I have bangs (worse choice ever) I hate the grow out period so I keep cutting them. I notice on flights my bangs look horrible on arrival. HELP Laurie! We need tips 😉

  • Beverly Robertson says:

    Love the cat sleeping in your bag! We used to have a cat that seriously loved bags. Anytime a suitcase came out, she was in. ❤️

  • TheGlendathegood says:

    This is The Best for a long trip. Use on a plane or in the car. Only travel pillow we use. Add earplugs, eyemask and unisom and I can sleep for hours on a long haul flight. 😴💤

  • Thanks so much for your thoughts on this item. Several design items on this intrigue me so I've been wondering about this for a while. I've never been able to sleep well on long haul and have tried many pillows. My biggest query is that I have a small neck but guess I might just have to take the plunge and give it a try.

  • I knew it was a kitty cat (napping on your luggage) 🤣🤣🤣 mine do the same.
    I don’t travel that often, but even on long haul flights I don’t use a travel pillow. I find them uncomfortable and the only time I brought one for a trip I ended up leaving it at the hotel.
    Edit to add: I fold the flaps on the headrest, and yeah, I’m not the most comfortable person but I can sleep.
    Thanks for this video

  • Shirley Whitfield says:

    I ordered the neck pillow yesterday, and it arrived today. I immediately put it on, reclined my chair and promptly fell asleep. It is sooo comfortable. The little bag that came with it can be hooked to your belt loop and used for other things. Thanks for the information.

  • Do you have any thoughts or opinions on using/traveling with a coccyx cushion? I just traveled roundtrip from the USA to Australia and was MISERABLE sitting in the regular economy seating for so long. My tailbone still aches a little 3 days later. I'm doing a bus tour in China in a couple of months, and while I don't want the extra item to lug around, I can't imagine doing it without one.

  • Thank – u so much for ur reviews. I bought the neck pillow for a trip Thursday to Italy. Pray 4 is here in the path of Hurricane Doreen. Dona from Jensen Beach Florida…

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