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Star Trek Starfleet Uniform Bedding: Sleep, the Final Frontier

 |  |  |  July 2, 2020


When you do something bad on a Starfleet ship, you’re likely to end up confined to your quarters. Frankly, that doesn’t sound so terrible to me, as it’s an opportunity to catch up on your rest. And if you’re going to sleep on a Starfleet starship, it should wear an official Starfleet uniform, don’t ya think?’

So beam me up, then tuck me under this duvet cover that look like an enormous Starfleet uniform. Imagine if Andre the Giant was a Starfleet officer, and that’s what we’re talking about here. The bedding is made by Character World, and comes in both Discovery and The Next Generation variants, each distinguished by a different Starfleet badge, along with other details. The set includes a reversible duvet cover and a single pillow case with lots of Starfleet logos on the reverse side.

You can find the Discovery duvet set over on Amazon, while you might need to head to eBay to find the TNG bedding. Sadly, the duvet and pillow set appears to come only in a twin bed size. It’s too bad our crew quarters don’t double as holodecks, because I’d just ask the ship’s computer to simulate me a California King set, along with the comfiest memory foam mattress it can come up with.

[via The Trek Collective]



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