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Escape Hunter Stream A Simple Invention Helps Sleeping While Traveling

A Simple Invention Helps Sleeping While Traveling

July 14, 2015
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If you travel long distances frequently, then you know that sleeping on the seats of trains, planes and buses can be a real torture.
Worry no more: a new simple (and funny) invention comes to your rescue!

Would you rather take a 5 minute brutal roller coaster rider or, "survive" a 12 hour-long night flight?

I honestly find roller coasters far from enjoyable, but those long-haul intercontinental flights can be abominable.

Recently, ingenious entrepreneurs came up with a solution that helps sleeping on seats while traveling:

Sleeper invention

Source: © Sleeper.cc

...it's simply called Sleeper and a simple glimpse at the photo explains everything.

It not only covers your eyes, but also keeps your head still, strapped to the seat.

The Sleeper will prevent your head from falling forward, thus preventing neck pain. When sleeping on a seat, it's usually holding your head still that takes away most of your energy.

If you constantly struggle to hold your head still, you'll remain sleepless and your neck will hurt.

Sleeper on chair

Source: © Sleeper.cc

If you've traveled to long distances, then you know how difficult it is to have even a small nap. Even more: the quality of sleep is very important.
And sleeplessness will affect you for days. I'd note that sleeping well also helps prevent jet lag.

I can recall one of my most memorable long-haul flights: the ominous flight to Singapore.

For several hours, my flight was enjoyable. Until we flew into the dark night, I got very tired and attempted to take a nap on the jet seat... it was impossible to take even a humble sleep for various reasons.

Pink sleeper strap

Source: © Sleeper.cc

Although I could recline my seat a bit, it was quite an effort to hold my head still and the engine noise was utterly annoying.

If you've had similar experiences, you know very well how it feels like.

Perhaps the Sleeper can help you. It costs a mere 7 USD at Sleeper.cc, but if you subscribe you can get it for 5 $ only!

The financial sacrifice for buying one is minimal and it could help your get better sleep.

Perhaps the best idea would be to combine the usage of the Sleeper with earplugs. That way you're not only securing your head onto the seat and protecting yourself from irritating light, but also shielding yourself from annoying noise.

What is your opinion about the Sleeper?

Have you tried it? Do you own one?

Feel free to comment down below...





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With a nuanced, even humorous approach to travel, an obsession for art and design, Escape Hunter prefers to travel slowly, in order to learn and "soak up" the local atmosphere...



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