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ThinkGeek is knocking out of the park with its San Diego Comic-Con exclusive items this year. Yesterday we talked about the obscurely cool Star Trek mood rock light thingy. Today, we have a Rick and Morty Pickle Rick sleeping bag that you know you want.
James from TheHackSmith has created what might be the ultimate sleep hack. His impressive project involves a Casper mattress, and a fancy and very expensive pod to house said mattress with the goal of letting the builder sleep less without being tired all the time.
I don’t get to review mattresses often, but over the last few years there has been a big push into mattresses that use all sorts of high tech materials. The first company to step into the memory foam market that really made a name for itself was Tempurpedic, and back in the day I reviewed one of their first mattresses.
It always surprises me how little thought people put into their beds despite the fact that poor sleep can ruin everything about your life. I’d bet I’m not the only married person who has a significant other who likes a drastically different temperature than I do in the house.
I’m the sort of sleeper who typically wakes a few minutes before the alarm and has no problems getting out of bed. But we’ve all known people who hit the snooze button for an hour after the alarm goes off.
Now your child can live out their dreams of sleeping like the Batman thanks to Pottery Barn Kids’ Batmobile Bed. It is perfect for your little crime-fighters, and their little Bat Caves.
The bed is based on the classic 1966 Batmobile,with a glossy black finish and sleek silver details.
It’s hard to get sleep on a plane, a train, or any chair really. Thank God that the NodPod finally exists. This thing is basically a hammock for your big fat head, holding it in place so you can sleep.
My wife and I have been in the market for a new mattress, and we’ve been debating between going with an old school spring mattress or a modern memory foam one. Along the way, I stumbled onto a new mattress company called HIBR, whose aim is to create comfortable and supportive mattresses that take advantage of the latest in foam technologies without breaking the bank.
Many folks out there practically live at their desks already. These are the people with jobs that require long hours and some of those folks probably feel like taking a nap every now and again. Usually, napping in the office means a crick in the neck from trying to sleep sitting in your chair and perhaps a reprimand from your boss for sleeping on the job.
By day you are a mild-mannered everyman, but at night you can become a superhero while lying in bed. Forget about fighting crime. Your superpower is catching some Zzzzs.
Each of these Heroes Never Sleep masks features a high quality cartoon-like design that makes it look like the superhero is half asleep.
Earlier this year we saw a Netflix and Fitbit hack that pauses the video when the viewer falls asleep. Virgin Media’s KipstR wristband is a very similar device, but it works with TiVo instead of Netflix.
I really like my Pebble smartwatch and it’s ability to track my sleep patterns, but it is uncomfortable to wear at night. If you don’t like things on your wrist at night, typical sleep monitors might not be for you.
We’ve featured a sneaky book-shaped pillow before, but it’s quite expensive for what it does. On the other hand, no one’s going to mistake ThinkGeek’s Olde Book Pillow Classics for actual books, but they’re more affordable.
Right now the only way you can truly sleep among the stars is to suit up in a spacesuit and have somebody push you out into the black and that ain’t cool. The next best thing is to lie in a sleeping bag in the darkened countryside and stare up, but a bear might eat you.
Tired? Sleepy? Then take a nap whenever and wherever you want to with NapAnywhere. It’s not the first take-anywhere pillow in the market (remember the Ostrich pillow?), but it’s more user-friendly and portable compared to some alternatives.