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Leisure Eyes Sleep Mask With Speakers: Sleep on the Cheap

by Lambert Varias

The Leisure Eyes from Brando are puffy sleep masks that have integrated speakers. It has it’s own on/off and volume buttons (plus one that says “sele”) which I think are big and distinct enough to be recognized by touch.

leisure eyes speaker 1

It also has a built-in “Nature Sound”, although the product page neglected to elaborate on that. Meh, chalk it up to the company’s trademark weirdness.

leisure eyes speaker 2

The Leisure Eyes sleep masks are powered by two AA batteries (I don’t know if they’re included; Brando lists “2 AA batteries” as “features”) and come in green, pink, and blue. You can order a pair at Brando for only $16 (USD). You’d be a fool to expect anything but sub-par audio from such a cheap gadget, but at least it’s portable. And fluffy. And cheap.

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Comments (1):

  1. technabob says:

    Looks like those would go perfect with my Television Hat.

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