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04-01-2014, 21:18   #46
 
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Got the Sound Asleep pillow myself.. the good reviews on Amazon swayed me, and it's actually quite decent and comfy too. Handy for listening to podcasts in bed. Cheers OP!
What about sharing a bed with someone? Won't they hear the noise too?
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And it's sponge clean only.
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Seems most weeks we have a bargain or two from Argos, thought it might be an idea to have a dedicated forum like the one for Tesco:-

Sound Asleep Pillow - was € 39.99 - now € 11.99

Morphy Richards Fastbake Breadmaker - was €159.99 - now €79.99.

PAC-MAN Remote Controlled Man and Ghost Racers - was € 39.19 - now €19.59
those pillows are a godsend
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What about sharing a bed with someone? Won't they hear the noise too?
I plugged it into my Nexus and it was only audible to someone when on full blast alright - but half way or so and I could hear it perfectly lying down, but not when upright or close to it.

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And it's sponge clean only.
I don't know what you're incinuating.. all I use my bed for is sleeping, eating and maybe building a little fort. That's it!
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Got the Sound Asleep pillow myself.. the good reviews on Amazon swayed me, and it's actually quite decent and comfy too. Handy for listening to podcasts in bed. Cheers OP!
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Yeah - Didn't see that, Was just random and good price. I won't be getting the Deep Fat Fryer.. (Not sure if I should be happy or angry about that.)
Dont worry you wouldnt put on weight from that fryer anyway. I bought one a few months ago and it stopped working after the 1st use
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Dont worry you wouldnt put on weight from that fryer anyway. I bought one a few months ago and it stopped working after the 1st use
Did you bring it back to Argos for a refund ? I bought one today and hope it lasts longer than one use.
19.99 or not, if it packs up on me within the 1 year warranty, i shall be back to argos with it.
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Maybe not weight. But the arteries certainly won't agree with that over time
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What's the sound quality like on the speaker pillow? Better than that of a phone?

I find that I have to turn my phone up quite loud when listening to podcasts because it sounds very thin.
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:Do the pillows come in a twin pack for stereo?
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Yeah, wondering what the sound quality is like. It would probably annoy me more than anything if it was tinny.
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Have reserved the pillow to use with my iPod (order for collection). Cool idea so hopefully it'll do the job.

If anyone is looking for an MP3 player to use with it, argos have this one on sale atm http://www.argos.ie/static/Product/p...CTED+AUDIO.htm

Can't personally report how good/bad it may be.
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Looks like there's only one of these left in Athlone. Just reserved one in Cork

http://www.argos.ie/webapp/wcs/store...oductId=418356

Herself has been going on about being a new camera, nothing too fancy, great price imo
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