The Triple chamber pillow by Coze is a luxurious innovation that combines the majesty of true luxury Pyrenean Duck Down, into an engineered concept to provide effective support.
The pillow comes in a 260 TC 100% cotton casing. It has two elements to its filling. The first, for comfort, consists of 70% Pyrenean duck down and 30% feather. For Support, within the inner chamber, there is an firmer filling. 10% Pyrenean duck down and 90% duck feather. Weighing a total of 1011g, this is the heaviest pillow in the Coze range and is suitable for those who wish to benefit from the traditional feel of a feather and down product, with enhance support by design. It is a great expression of Sleep Engineering, where design and application have met tradition.
From a Sleep Engineering perspective, when we analyse pillows, we look at perceptions of comfort, and luxury, and without doubt, down filled pillows meet that criteria. In addition, we look at breathability, temperature regulation and humidity control, and again Down is an excellent performer. Arguably though, the most important criteria for good sleep, is the ability of the pillow to support your head and allow for good spinal alignment when using it. The Triple Chamber Down pillow is an optimised solution for that purpose. The Inner chamber with higher feather content, provides a firmer core, that is then augmented by the softer, higher down content outer. Overall, it is an exceptional advancement that successfully combines the best features of down, with the need for more effective support.
Outer Chamber: 70% Down, 30% Feather
Inner Chamber: 10% Down, 90% Feather
Outer Cover: 100% Cotton, 260 TC Cotton Jacquard
Dimensions: To fit British Standard Pillow Cases
Oeko Tex 100 Certified
Washable at 40 Degrees
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Ethically sourced, softest Pyranean Duck Down of the highest quality. Sourced from one of the coldest mountain environments imaginable, Coze have commissioned what is in their opinion the best down filling available in terms of performance, warmth, feel, and quality.
Choosing the right pillow is one of the most important aspects of creating the best possible sleep for you. It is not only a matter of comfort preference; the right pillow also depends on what position you most commonly sleep in, and the metrics of your individual sizing, particularly neck length and shoulder width. When we assist our clients in finding the right pillow, achieving spinal alignment is paramount, as is maximising your airflow for healthy comfortable sleep. Side sleeping is the most common sleeping position. Our perspective is that the loft (i.e the height), the edge contouring, and the firmness are the principal factors relevant to a good side sleeping pillow. It is critical that the pillow be the right height/loft for your individual shape, to keep your head supported and spine aligned. This is affected by both the width of your shoulders, and the extent to which you mattress is absorbing your shoulder zone. If you can find the right height, then comfort can be a matter of preference as to the degree of firmness, bounce, and response of the pillow with the purpose of keeping your head supported at the right elevation. For side sleeping, the pillow needs to ‘fit’ within the gap of your neck (to your shoulder), and therefore the shape and side contouring of the pillow can deliver a wonderfully snug fit, and absolute perfection for side sleeping.