Billy Winky Pillow- Dreamgenii product review – Highly recommended by Kerry (guest blogger)
We enjoy reading real life stories about the way companies listed on verygoodservice.com have delivered a good customer service experience. Here is how Ellen got on with dreamgenii.
We have had a lovely time using the Dreamgenii Billy Winky pillow for just over a fortnight now.
Elexia is in love with it and we have taken it to both my mother in law and sister in law’s house.
I have never seen anything like it and am very impressed with the product. The soft cute design is very child friendly, and the pillow itself is wonderfully comfy.
Elexia was immediately drawn to the pillow as it is shaped like a lamb with a fleecy “body” which forms the pillow itself. There is a centre head panel which means that the fleece doesn’t cause any discomfort for those with sensitive skin. She has also taken to referring to him as Billy! The tail of the lamb is just as soft and makes for a great comforter and despite never having used one before I have found Lexi to be holding it almost every night.
The most ingenious part of the design is the secret pocket hidden within Billy’s head. Ideal for tooth fairy visits. My only complaint is that it was a little hard to locate and I imagine it would be even more so in the dim light of your little one’s bed room when you’re trying to be “fairy-like.”On the other hand, once you have found it you know where to look.
Another wonderful point about the pillow is that the entire thing is machine washable. Something I found very helpful when Elexia had one of her seizures this week. Without any trouble the case came off and went in the wash, the pillow along side it and there were no shrinkages or colour loss. The wool remained as soft as ever.
The Billy Winky pillow has been a finalist in the UK Mother and Baby Awards 2010. I feel sure that once the company is more established it will win year after year.
I have recommended it to many friends and know of at least three who have bought a pillow themselves for their little ones.
– Ellen Moss reviews!
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