Pillow Talk

Portable Speaker

3.94 out of 5 by 18.

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.

£14.99

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Reviews

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago

Rating: 3/5 48 years 12 months ago
Disappointing

There is no way I could place this UNDER a pillow...even with the volume on my radio turned right up, I can only hear this clearly if tucked into my neck direct. However, it is a lot more comfortable than using headphones, so I shall continue to use it.....very useful when others in adjoining rooms, so won’t disturb them

Rating: 4/5 48 years 12 months ago
Good under pillow speaker.

Perfect size, perfect volume for under pillow use. Replaced a Radio Shack speaker that is no longer available but this is every bit as good. The volume buttons aren't up to much but they're not really needed.

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago

My fifth Pillow Talk. Single ear hearing. Very comfortable in use

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago
Good bye ear ache!

I listen to my podcasts every night and the ear plugs have always given me ear ache so this is the perfect solution. It took a bit of getting used to - positioning it so 1. I could hear it 2. My husband couldn't hear it! My only criticism is that I find the cable rather too long

Rating: 4/5 48 years 12 months ago
Good idea, needs better lead

I've lost count of the number of Pillowtalk I've bought, over at least 20 years. A great idea, and I've given many to friends, BUT built to a price. A simple improvement would be to use L-shaped plug so that stress goes through casing rather than causing wear to lead. I'ld re-solder it but the wires are coated to resist repair. With care and reinforcing insulation tape I get about 2 years out of each, using it every night.

Rating: 4/5 48 years 12 months ago
Good value and useful.

An inexpensive and possibly unique bit of kit for the restless sleeper. Needs a little patience and practice for ideal placement in bed, but soon becomes a valued item

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago
This is good.

I have been using this product for at least ten years and have never had any difficulty with it. It does what it says on the tin. My wife is a light sleeper but has only rarely overheard it. There is a choice of three settings on the speaker housing and you do need to select the right one but that is simple and the result is excellent. Highly recommended.

Rating: 3/5 48 years 12 months ago
The good and the not good

Good: I've learned to adjust the radio settings and have a pillow with a thin patch to place over the speaker, so I really can listen to the World Service or Classic FM in the middle of the night, in the dark, by touch, without waking my partner - the Pillow Talk has fulfilled the function well for 6 or 7 years. Not good - after about a year the wires break a each end, where they enter the speaker or the radio connector. The flexible plastic just doesn't protect enough even with careful usage. I'd expect better quality from Roberts, however I cannot find an alternative, so I spend £15 a year on a new Pillow Talk.

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago
Effective

An effective and easy to use product. I have recommended it to other people.

Rating: 5/5 48 years 12 months ago
Really useful!

Very happy with this clever adapter - so much more comfortable than listening on headphones.

Rating: 4/5 48 years 12 months ago
Does the job.

I think this gadget is excellent. The menopause means I find it difficult to sleep but with this I can listen to my radio without disturbing my husband. It was bought for me by a friend who has the same problem and also thinks it's good.

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