This Gadget Is Designed to Help You Sleep on a Plane

This is the Hypnap Body Rest. It's a device designed to allow airline passengers to sleep while crammed into tiny, uncomfortable seats. Clamp it over the folding table, then lean forward. The cushions on the face and chest boards provide support without inhibiting breathing. You can also use a smartphone because the face hole doesn't cover your eyes.

Do you think that it would help you sleep while flying?

-via David Thompson

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i put my head in my hands and block the whole thing againt the seat in front of me. if the guy in front of me is not a "shaker" it's perfect. if he wants to recline i'm just resisting so he can't move the seat too much and usually he gives up after a couple of trials. then i can go back to sleep.
this was another episode of plane wars. stay tuned for our next episode ;)
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It actually has alternative multiple-user applications.
Having lunch at the desk, one can lower their head into the padded headrest, and with the aid of a straw, simply inhale/absorb their chosen munchies, while copping a brief nap at the same time.
20 minutes later they could awaken, well fed, well rested, and perform their duties to the satisfaction of all. I know that I would. Please vote for this item as obligatory when next you attend a meeting..irrespective of where you are.
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