This is something I picked up last year and I have used it quite extensively since. Its produced by a little known American company based in Texas called Luxurylite . I have bought a few other things from them and will probably get around to reviewing them at some point. As with most cottage industry manufacturers I found the proprieter to be very knowledgeable, helpful and full of enthusiasm.
The pillow itself is based upon an inflatable plastic inner which is inserted in a nylon cover with a small layer of foam sandwiched between.
The pillow weighs around 85g and compresses down to a small package when deflated, around the same size as the Ajungilak pillow . The Ajungilak pillow is around 145g by comparison and I also have one of these, which I will review sometime. The Luxury Lite pillow uses a straw (yes a straw!) to inflate the plastic bag inner and you can adjust the amount of air you put in it to suit quite easily. Once inflated the pillow itself is very robust and I have never had any issues with deflation and the website claims that you can actually stand on the pillow without it popping or losing air.
In the field I have found this pillow to be very comfy when on first inspection you might not think it would be. The inner foam layer isnt very thick but its just enough to soften the feeling of the inflatable plastic bag inner and also adds a layer of insulation.
Ok, its not the cheapest pillow option out there costing around £28 inc P+P from the US but I have been using it almost non stop for the past 2 years so I have had my money’s worth.
Very very light
maybe not to everyone’s taste ??