A Puerto Rican inventor is seeking investors on Kickstarter for his airplane sleep aid, a fold-up box made of corrugated cardboard, reports The Daily Mail.
The PowerSiesta is a box-like gimmick made from corrugated cardboard that folds out to create a resting post.
For added comfort, users are advised to pop a ‘pillow, folded jacket or scarf on top’.
A blurb advertsing the sleep aid concludes: ‘The sturdy, ergonomically-designed PowerSiesta ensures you get the high quality sleep you need, so you can relax completely and arrive at your destination looking fresh as a daisy, and feeling like a million bucks.’
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Makes perfect sense. On trip, LA to Melbourne was agitated and could not sleep, osa and packed like sardines. Locked myself in toilet, sat on seat, head on sink counter and slept all the way. This gismo-menagerie is the first step to help SA fliers, OSA fliers are a discriminated group, by sleep science and airlines (except Aer Lingus,so far)j Brendan o’keeffe MD. CCD. FAARFM.