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Some people find it easy to fall asleep on a plane, but if you’re one of those who’s wide awake wishing you could catch some z’s, you may want to invest in a good travel pillow. The right one can help you feel more comfortable, even if you’re stuck in a middle seat. This way, you can totally relax, take a nap and hopefully wake up at your final destination a little rested.
There are a lot of travel pillows to choose from, whether you’re shopping on Amazon or grabbing one last minute at the airport. Nonetheless, you may want to plan ahead for your next long flight and get this luxury travel pillow called the POD from Pluto. The brand calls it the “most complete travel pillow in the world” because it has a structured, pillowy hood, an adjustable 360-degree brace to support your neck and chin, and it has a built-in eye mask to block out light. When you’re not using your POD, it rolls up into a mini pillow that you can attach to your luggage handle.
Essentially, the POD is a structured, padded sensory deprivation hood that can help you create your own relaxation space, no matter where you are. It can help block out light and sound while supporting your head while you sleep.
“I’ve only had the POD for one trip and I’m already hooked!” wrote one reviewer on Pluto’s website. “I used this on a 10 hour flight and slept comfortably with it on the plane and also took a quick nap in the airport terminal. I got the privacy I needed while looking fly (if I must say so myself).”
“This works! I had my doubts but took the plunge because of the trial period,” wrote another customer. “I’ve used this on two red-eye flights, one window seat and one aisle, and I slept VERY well for both. This has the best neck rest and support while the hood provides a very nice padded cocoon when resting against the window. Also, very comfortable with earbuds in. The fabric portion is durable and water resistant.”
If you’re wondering about the trial period, yes, you have 125 days to wear it, test it and see if you like it. If not, you can return it for a full refund. It also comes with a one-year warranty. This is important because the POD is not the cheapest travel pillow — it costs $148. However, if you travel a lot, especially on long-haul flights, a good night’s sleep may be worth it to you. It’s cheaper than most seat upgrades, too.
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