KANDOONA Ergonomic Neck Support Tub Pillow

Last updated date: September 21, 2021

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8.5

KANDOONA Ergonomic Neck Support Tub Pillow

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We looked at the top Tub Pillows and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Tub Pillow you should buy.

Update as September 21, 2021:
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Overall Take

The breathable mesh material in this pillow is designed to keep you comfortable while also drying quickly. Elevated size and a cushy headrest keep you comfortable, while extra-strong suction cups ensure the pillow doesn't slip. You'll also get a mesh bag to store the pillow in while you're washing it.


In our analysis, the KANDOONA KANDOONA Ergonomic Neck Support Tub Pillow placed 5th when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

This Bath Pillow Does Not Fall Off Your Bath Tub: 6 extra-large airtight vacuum suction cups keep your bathtub pillow from sliding and moving around while you relax. These power suction cups don’t rip off. The Only Bath Pillow With Ergonomic Neck Support: Unlike other, skimpier bath pillows with a flat headrest where your neck can slip down any second, the doctor recommended ZenTyme bath pillows for tub have PATENT PENDING elevated sides to help your muscles relax and provide ergonomic support for your neck while you read your favorite book. Forget Cold Plastic or Vinyl: While other bathtub pillows that look similar are made of thin, cheap and scratchy material which can irritate your skin, we use the softest fabric on the market. Our 3D, breathable air-mesh material dries very fast and prevents the bath cushion for tub from sticking to your skin like cheap plastic ones do. Feels Like Leaning Back Into a Warm Hug: The ultra-soft, thick padding of our luxury bath tub pillow gives way to cushion your head while the longer back support of our spa pillow for bathtub adds the perfect comfort for your back and shoulders. Pro tip: turn on relaxing music, light some candles and feel like a Goddess! Comes With a Washing Bag, a Total Game Changer: The ZenTyme bath pillows for tub neck and back support are washable, making it super easy to clean. We added a separate mesh bag as a gift for you so the suction cups of our tub pillow won’t adhere to the walls of the washing machine. If, for any reason, our bath accessories for women do not elevate your relaxing bath time experience, just reach out to us and we will make things right immediately, no questions asked.

An Overview On Tub Pillows

If you enjoy a nice, long soak in the tub, you’ve probably noticed that it can be tough to find a place to rest your head. You can’t exactly bring a standard pillow into the tub since water and pillows don’t mix.

That’s where a tub pillow can help. Tub pillows are made to withstand exposure to water while also giving your head, neck and shoulders the support they need while you relax. A tub pillow typically attaches to the surface using suction cups, staying there between baths.

But bathtub pillows can differ dramatically in their design. One major design difference relates to the way water flows through and around the pillow. Some use a cover that keeps water from getting to the interior cushioning, while others feature a mesh build that lets both water and air easily flow in and out. Either design will help keep your pillow from molding after prolonged exposure to moisture.

Perhaps the biggest design difference between tub pillows is the support they provide. Each one is designed differently, with some being thicker to give you the cushioning you need for your head, neck and/or shoulders. Others will have thinner cushioning but more of a wraparound effect to extend the support across your shoulders and upper back.

One thing to consider as you’re shopping for a tub pillow is ease of cleaning. Occasionally, you’ll want to freshen up your pillow. Some can be tossed into the washing machine, as long as you set them out to dry, while others will require you to wipe them down.

It’s also important to look at the material your bathtub pillow utilizes. The fabric will come in direct contact with your skin, so you’ll want something that doesn’t irritate. This is especially relevant if you have sensitivities. You can typically check the material type in the product description.

The Tub Pillow Buying Guide

  • Tub pillows will have regular exposure to moisture, which can lead to mold. Look for a pillow that features a quick-drying design.
  • For best results, remove your pillow from the bathroom and take it to a less humid area while it’s drying. Leaving it in the bathroom might not allow it time to dry, particularly if the shower is regularly used. Some tub pillows come with a hook you can use for holding it while it dries.
  • A bathtub pillow attaches with suction cups. If you’ve ever used suction cups in a bathroom, you know some hold up better than others. Large, high-quality suction cups will do a little better. The number of suction cups can also make a difference. You won’t want your pillow slipping while you’re relaxing.
  • To improve your suction cup’s hold, moisten each cup before pressing it to the tub surface.
  • Although many tub pillows support your neck and head, you could find your back needs a little cushioning, too. Some pillows extend to offer support for your upper back, as well.
  • Many bath pillows come in white or off-white, but you can find some other color options. Most will be in a neutral or pastel color, though.
  • Bath pillows come in different sizes. Measure the area you want your bath pillow to cover before buying.
  • While you’re buying a bath pillow, consider buying a bathtub tray, as well. This will give you a handy place to store items like soap, bubble bath, books or candles.
  • If you’re in a pinch, you can use a bath towel as a pillow. This won’t be quite as cushy as a bath pillow, and you’ll probably find that it tends to soak up water, making it less pleasant as your bath progresses.
  • It can be annoying to get all settled into your bath, only to have the water turn cold on you. For best results, start your bath a little hotter than you like and make sure you close the bathroom door to trap the warmth in as long as you can. Occasionally, drain a little water out and add new hot water to keep the warmth going as long as possible.