If you've ever had a weird standoff about the airplane armrest with a stranger, you'll appreciate the innovative yet simplistic nature of the Soarigami. Inspired by the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, the invention looks like a paper airplane and allows two passengers to share the armrest between them more comfortably. The folds in the device extend the airplane armrest on either side, allowing the travelers on both sides of the seat divide more elbow room.
Devised as a solution for the psychological and often physical war for arm-resting, this soon to be released product will hopefully decrease the number of casualties in what PSFK's Jason Brick refers to as the Arm Rest Wars. Before more victims are claimed, you can pre-buy yours.
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