Pillow Talk

Portable Speaker

4.12 out of 5 by 34.

The Pillow Talk speaker lets you listen to music while you drift off to sleep, and can be comfortably tucked beneath your pillow. It’s suitable for any radio, radio cassette, clock radio,smartphone or other equipment fitted with a 3.5mm headphone socket. So you can enjoy personal listening in the comfort of your own bed without disturbing your sleeping partner.

FREE DELIVERY. Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery of your order.




Rating: 4/5 49 years 10 months ago
Ortus Clock Radio

We have just purchased a Roberts Ortus time radio / clock. Whilst the digital display is illuminated, we are slightly disappointed to find that the tips of the clock “hands” are not illuminated - although the tips of the hands are finished in s lighter colour. They cannot be read at night.

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago
Listen without disturbing others

I live in a block of flats where sounds carry at night. I am a restless sleeper and Pillow Talk allows me to listen to the radio without disturbing the slumbers of those around me.

Rating: 4/5 49 years 10 months ago

Rating: 2/5 49 years 10 months ago
Pillow talk to TV

Bought to plug into AUX on TV to transfer sound to pillow unfortunately sound not loud enough to be practical

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago
Peaceful nights....

peaceful nights..as i no longer have to listen to my husbands radio, i got this as a gift for him and he is very pleased, it is better than using ear phones

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago
Love my pillow talk

I purchased this a few weeks ago to replace a cheaper version. This is so much better. I couldn’t live with out a pillow talk I wake a lot in the night but with this I get a better nights sleep. I think concentrating on a voice when you wake gets me back to sleep in minutes. It’s on all night and I wouldn’t be without it.

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago

Very useful but fragile. This is the third one I've bought because they always fall apart where the cable enters the body of the speaker

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago
A Good Night's Sleep

Just what I need to lull me off to sleep at night.

Rating: 4/5 49 years 10 months ago

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago
Great buy, better than using in-ear headphones

I'm currently visiting a hypnotherapist and alongside my visits I also have a recording to listen to at night to help me get to sleep easier and to improve my sleeping patterns during the night. I quickly realised in-ear headphones were far too uncomfortable to use and had heard about these types of speakers. I plug the speaker into my iPod and it works great, even through my memory foam support pillow, though the sound can be slightly muffled. I often just bring the speaker out from under the pillow slightly so the speaker holes aren't covered up, it doesn't get in the way when I'm sleeping. Really pleased with my purchase.

Rating: 4/5 49 years 10 months ago
Not as good as it should be from Roberts

This is my second "pillow talk". The first developed an internal fault with the wiring. It became sensitive to being moved in the night.

Rating: 5/5 49 years 10 months ago
Perfect for intended use

Beautiful design, excellent sound, perfect for job

Rating: 1/5 49 years 10 months ago
Too quiet. Not as good as Maplins

For years I have used Maplins own brand speaker pillow. Every few years I have purchased a new one normally due to cable issues but since the demise of Maplins I have bought the Roberts Pillowtalk. On a positive side, the design and build quality is far superior than Maplins although how long it lasts will be a true test of it. Negatively (and more important than style) is the fact it is so quiet. Exactly the same equipment that I used with Maplin has to now be cranked to the max AND the speaker has to be positioned directly under my ear often with my hand underneath it. When I need to buy my next speaker I hope to find an alternative to this product.