This Amazing Head Hammock Will Make It Possible To Sleep On A Plane

The NodPod

We’ve all been there. Struggling to sleep on a plane. Head bobbing, neck aching. And that’s if you’re lucky enough to score a window seat.

But, this Kickstarter project is about to change all of that. The NodPod as they’re calling it was dubbed “a hammock for your head” by the Huffington Post, and they were pretty spot-on with the name.

It’s a cushioned head pillow that attaches to the back of the seat and provides support along the side of your head, neck and chin. Ahh, now isn’t that much better than those little pillows that go around your neck? You bet!

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The project is still just in the Kickstarter phase, but has already exceeded its crowd-funding goal. So, get ready to see these on planes everywhere in the near future. Because as far as I’m concerned— they’re the only way to fly (and also catch a wink of sleep).

By donating $35 to their Kickstarter fund, you’ll be able to score a pillow for yourself and send one to a soldier who’s about to be deployed. For $46, you’ll be sent two pillows. Plus, they’re expected to ship in Novemeber 2016. Just in time for the holidays!

Once this project moves from Kickstarter, the NodPod has a website, and I’m sure you’ll be able to purchase the pillows from there. No matter how you get one— just be sure that you do. Especially if heading home for the holidays! The NodPod will make the trip all the more bearable!

[h/t: Huffington Post]

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