Helps maintain proper head and neck alignment and support
U-Shaped design molds to your neck
Filled with 100% polystyrene microbeads that shift instantly and provide contoured support
Included “Heart Eyes” eye mask blocks out light for a good sleep
What’s in the Box?
2x Emoji Travel Pillows
2x Eye Masks
Here’s a Fun Fact for You
Apparently, everyone has decided that emojis shouldn’t just be used on your phone. No, they need to be featured in milquetoast movies and on eye masks and travel pillows. So, flip on that Emoji Movie and use your emoji travel pillow for neck support; once you’re bored and sleepy, flip down that emoji sleep mask and allow the darkness of an emoji-saturated world to envelop you – cradling you to sleep – ever so gently.
@fuzzmanmatt I, too, bought these before, and it’s not like they wear out that fast – I still have one of the two sets still in the box they were sent in, so Nope on today’s offering.
But they do do a Meh job of what they are intended for. I wear the eye mask about daily (after dawn) trying to get another hour or two of sleep; it’s right by the bed where I can grab it if Mr. Sun wake me too early. The pillow, not so much, but I can get it out of the drawer of the night stand if I want extra support; usually the full-size pillows are sufficient, unless my dog decides to run off with one or more of them. (To her, my going to bed seems to signal the start of play time; but then, she wants to sleep even later than I do in the morning.)
@Felton10 My best friend for years from California is coming to visit April 1. Since my state doesn’t have any cases of this virus yet perhaps we can change that. Especially since we plan to then go camping for part of the time on the gulf coast. We will have multiple opportunities to contaminate the state. The airlines have been dropped prices recently so she saved about $200 on her ticket. Maybe she bought her ticket too soon though as ticket prices may continue to go down.
@akadamia Be sure you use this grumpy making event to check all the batteries in your electric clocks. Many electric clocks, thermostats, sprinkler controllers etc. etc. have battery backup. One of mine had a leaking AA battery. and a couple of others had 9V batteries that were under 2 Volts left!
Some people also routinely replace smoke alarm batteries, as a part of the Daylight time change, which I am sure is egged on by the battery sellers of the world. Smoke alarms have a noise function that should be used to replace those batteries.
@bgammill I wonder how the smoke detector makers designed them to always activate the “low battery” chirp in the middle of the night? We have a vaulted ceiling in our master bedroom - I have to go out to the barn and bring in the extension ladder to reach the smoke detector. In 22 years, its battery has never failed during waking hours.
A really nice eye mask is the one with two straps made by Alaska Bear. With a strap at the top and one at the bottom you don’t get as much pressure over your eyes and the bottom of the mask stays against your face better when you sleep on your side. The spot lights in the parking lot make it hard to have a dark bedroom and so I use this most nights. Black out curtains would work except for the cats who, when on the cat trees that are in front of windows, have learned how to open curtains.
In a world world where you can’t post a Hitler swastika without someone getting upset and offended. I’m surprised how candidly no one says anything about Satanic Pentagrams. (main page artwork, for those that don’t understand where this is coming from.)