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February 4, 2011



From the website:


Wrap-a-Nap (WAN) is the first-ever pillow+blindfold+sound supressor combo offering 360° of padded comfort, giving you the sweet relief of complete darkness, muffled noise and circumferential padded plushness.


Extended Velcro fasteners allow for wide variation in fit and pressure so that "WAN size fits all."

Worn around your forehead, it's a perfect reading pillow.

Wrapped around your neck, it offers all the support of a neck brace, only softer and less humiliating.




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what about the droolling

Posted by: lucas | Feb 6, 2011 3:38:39 PM

I've taken to bringing airplane pillow to class to sleep without slumping over and snoring.

In a room of 300, I thought I could get away with an hour of sleep every day...sadly, when you are on first name basis with the prof and sit in the front row...not so much.

Still, it has recently become one of my best friends...and it provides more neck support than something like this one.

Posted by: clifyt | Feb 5, 2011 9:21:38 AM

Yaa-ay! Flautist is back.

Posted by: Kay | Feb 4, 2011 7:48:15 PM

I'd like mine with ping-pong eyes attached so it would look like I'm working...

Posted by: Joe Peach | Feb 4, 2011 7:21:06 PM

One of these also offers the sweet relief of complete darkness, muffled noise, and circumferential padded plushness. Probly not so good for reading, though.

Posted by: Flautist | Feb 4, 2011 4:29:16 PM

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