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Bedphones Make Bedheads Comfortable While Listening to Music in Bed

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I usually have my headphones plugged into my ears because it helps take the edge off my day. It doesn’t always help with my productivity though, so I usually go music-less during work and just indulge myself at night.

BedphonesI don’t leave them in my ears on purpose when I’m sleeping, but I usually nod off after only a couple of songs. I’ve woken up the next morning with sore ears (and a bit of frustration, because yes, I know it’s not good to keep pumping my ears with sound all throughout the night), because the regular earphones are obviously not meant to be laid on – but these bedphones are. Using moldable memory wire earhooks, and soft foam cushions, they’re designed for comfort even if you’re lying on them.

Bedphones

While it’s still not recommended to leave them on all night, the Bedphones will make listening to music and your audio more comfortable while you’re lying down in bed or reclining on your Lazy Boy. These unique headphones were designed by Eric Dubs, who has a degree in Mechanical Engineering, a passion for music, and a great love for sleep.

Bedphones are available from Dubs’ site for $29.95 (USD) a pair.



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