The Wearable Futon is "the brainchild of King Jim, a Japanese company specializing in office equipment and supplies." This puffed, polyester suit is nothing short of bizarre and features a collapsible design that is fitted with padded bedding and sheets.
The Wearable Futon folds into a compact box and is meant to be worn atop one's work clothes. This reduces the need for pajamas if you're planning to work late or sleep over at a friend's home.
This dynamic product can essentially fit into one's drawer and is folded to become a functional bed whenever it is needed. Though it seems more humorous than practical, this product was initially designed with natural disasters in mind.
During Japan's earthquakes and typhoons, transit can be shut down for hours, leaving urban workers with no way of getting home. The product will set one back $44.50 and is a piece that is both affordable and useful for stranded citizens.
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