I’m 31 now and sleep is more vital to me then ever. I run my own business and I’m usually awake at 4 AM to tackle as much work as I possibly can each day. That means I’ve got to make the hours when I’m in bed really count.
If you’re a regular reader of this blog you might have already read my review of the Leesa foam mattress which I called “super freaking awesome.” It’s a super comfortable mattress and I’ve now found the perfect pillows to match from a company called HIBR. Needless to say, I feel like I’ve got all of my bases covered when it comes to trying to get a good night’s sleep.
So the HIBR pillows are packed full of technology, which is why I agreed to review them as a tech writer/influencer. No, they aren’t packed with high-tech chips and RAM, artificial intelligence or virtual reality. But they are rocking some low-tech innovations that you won’t find in other pillows.
So what’s inside a HIBR pillow? Viscoelastic foam, bidirectional thermoregulating capsules and a layer of gel. Together these materials are supposed to allow your pillow to absorb and release heat; this “maintains the bedding microclimate at optimal sleeping temperatures through infinitely reversible molecular transformation.” If you’re confused by all the marketing jargon, let me break it down ...