For the majority of people, sleeping on board a flight in cattle class just isn’t an option. Other than not being able to lie flat, you’ve got a problem with where to place your head. At best, you wrap a blow up travel pillow around your neck or scrunch up a piece of clothing and place against the noisy planes wall, which inevitably slips down.
But fear not. This may all be a thing of the past with the new Nodpod travel pillow. It may look simple, but someone’s put some serious brainwork into the patented design of the Nod pillow. Attached to any seat, the lightweight covered memory foam pillow comfortable wraps around the chin and supports both sides of the head to create the most nature sleeping position possible while sleeping.
We’ve been road testing the device here at Yettio HQ and we’ve come to two conclusions. The first – like the Ostrich travel pillow, you’re going to look like a right plonker when using the device. The second – who cares what you look like when you’re sleeping like a baby on your long haul flight.
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Orson Welles once said: ‘There are only two emotions in a plane: boredom and terror.’ At least we can now add comfort to that as well.
The folks behind the Nodpod travel pillow, which is now fully developed and comes with a light weight, wind and water resistant blanket, start their Kickstarter campaign today where you can be one of the first to get your hands on one.