There are three major factors that make the difference between a good and a bad sleep on a bus, a train or an airplane. These are all assisted by the Eclipse Eye Mask, with the way that it blocks out light, muffles surrounding sounds and increases your comfort in an unavoidably awkward posture.
Made by Quirky, the travel mask is softly padded with open cell foam and PP webbing and covered in knit jersey material. It's been stitched so that it's a sufficiently broad band with a notch for your nose and extended flaps to cover your listeners. One of the most clever features of the Eclipse Eye Mask is, however, the accompanying velcro strap that allows you to basically fasten your noggin to your headrest to keep your body still and your neck strain-free.
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The Eclipse Travel Accessory Helps You Nap Comfortably in Transit
Published: May 14, 2013 • References: quirky