We’ve all tried and we’ve all failed at it: sleeping in the backseat of our car. Your best bet is reclining the front seat and bracing for an uncomfortable night’s rest. Unless of course you had this Car Inflatable Mattress.
According to Amazon, it measures 88cm wide (34.5″) and 135cm long (53″) – it can inflate to variable lengths. So you’ll want to measure your car’s rear seat before you order one.
Sizing aside, what’s really neat is that this mattress fills the gap created by the footwell, thus vastly increasing your backseat’s surface (or sleeping) area. It’s likely that your rear seat won’t be long enough for the average male to stretch out, and two people might be a squeeze, but it sure beats an upright night’s rest.
Amazon sells it for $140.
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