Eddie Bauer Animal Neck Roll, Monkey

Eddie Bauer Animal Neck Roll, Monkey

The Eddie Bauer neck rolls are designed to comfortably support sleepy heads on planes, trains, and automobiles. Kids will take them everywhere and won’t leave them behind. It is machine washable.

Main features

  • 100% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Curved design cradles little ones neck
  • Soft and snuggly velour fabric
  • Great for car seats, strollers, and airplanes
  • Friendly harness keeps child close and safe
  • Functions as both harness and backpack

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Cute, but isn’t functional.

We purchased this for our daughter who falls asleep on our hour long drive home on long weekends. Her head always slumped forward or went sideways in an awkward position. We thought this pillow would help with it. It does not. It’s cute, and she always asks for it before nodding off, but it really doesn’t help hold her head up or even side to side.

Paula West, TX
★★★★★

Would not recommend

my sons neck was so uncomfortable with this little guy around it

Shari Mount Holly, VT
★★★★★

Helpful

My kids (age 3 and 2, in convertible car seats) have the dreaded ‘Car Slouch" – when sleeping, their little heads roll forward and scare me. This is helpful – requires my help to prop their heads, but does do the trick.

Daphne Belpre, KS
★★★★★

Another great find.

Daughter chose to have the monkey motif with the strap covers. So it matches. It is useful in all applications and not onle the car seat. Even works as a lap cradler.

Sheena Ingram, TX
★★★★★

Cute doesn’t get a lot of use

Seemed like an ideal plane companion. We’ve taken a few plane rides now, and it just doesn’t stay on long. I’m sure different kids will react differently to it, but it seems like it’s a little big for our 2 year old. She seems to find it uncomfortable after a little while. On the upside, it does make a decent pillow against the wall of the airplane.

Jennie Cutler, IL
★★★★★

cute

We took this for our toddler on vacation and everyone else took turns using it at different times while traveling.

Tammi Suplee, PA