If you’ve ever gone on a long overnight journey, you’re well aware of the critical issue: sleep. Regardless of your flexibility, those aircraft seats will torment you for the duration of your trip, leaving you hurting in all the wrong places on the first day of your fantasy vacation. That was the case until Paula Blankenship put her hands on it.
Paula is the inventor of the NodPod, ahead hammock mimics how you sleep in bed, with your head at a 90-degree angle but upright. Sure, it’s not the most elegant thing in the world, but it’s probably better than your face after a sleepless flight. The design also considers other passengers since the screen on the headrest of the person behind you is not covered.
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