Some of the world’s most productive people are nappers.  Heck, even some of the US Presidents have been known for performing the daily ritual.  And odds are if your work allows it, or you’re self employed, you’re probably already engaging in the snoozing activity.

However, catching a nap isn’t as simple as having the time.  You’ll need the correct setting, which isn’t easy to find in our world of non-stop activity.  One option is to dip into a nap center, which are largely found in major metropolitan cities, such as New York.  But those are generally a costly endeavor, as are first class tickets on an airplane, which usually come with access to a high end lounge in between flights.  Ditch the expensive tickets and pick up one of these, the Ostrich Pillow.

We first told you about the Ostrich Pillow in June of last year.  It eschews the traditional neck pillow by creating a pocket fit for your head.  Padding and a soft lining ensure a restful sleep, while ports for breathing and your hands add an additional level of comfort.  Needless to say it’s an unorthodox design, but nevertheless, one that should be effective in the quest to achieve a nap.  Just remember to lock up your belongings since your effectively blind folding yourself.

The Ostrich Pillow is a Kickstarter project.  You’ll need to drop at least $75 to enjoy napping any where you roam.

Christen Costa

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."