Traveling can be a pain in the neck, like quite literally, especially when you are trying to get some shut eye during that dreadful journey. And when travel pillow was invented, we thought we could live happily after, but the truth is, it is not happily ever after for some because travel pillow is one-size fits all which obviously, we humans are not quite ‘one-size’. This is where Ostrich Pillow Go comes in. From the Studio Banana Things, the same folks who brought you the Ostrich Pillow, this to-go version reimagines what a travel pillow should be, starting with the philosophy of there’s no such thing as ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution.
Boasting an ergonomic design and a viscoelastic core of high-sensitivity memory foam, Ostrich Pillow Go adapts to your neck and not the other way, and it has wrap-around design that form a cushy cushion around your neck while a three-position magnetic button ensure perfect fit regardless of your neck’s size. For ease of traveling, Ostrich Pillow Go Travel Pillow can be reduced by up to 60%, so it can be easily stow away in your bag when not in use. Granted, it won’t be as flat as those cheap, blow-up travel pillow but I am sure, it is a compromise any traveler is willing to take.
Furthermore, Ostrich Pillow Go Travel Pillow’s comfort is bolstered by a protective cotton fabric layer and it has an outermost layer that’s skin-friendly, and removable and washable. Last but not the least, it has a universal shape that, from what we observed, kind of ‘props’ up your head so you won’t strain your neck when you nap. In a way, you can say this is probably the first real pillow designed specifically for traveling.
You can start saving your neck from undue neck strain by picking up the Ostrich Pillow Go Travel Pillow as a pre-order on Kickstarter. Early bird perks are gone, but you can still get it for 40 bucks a pop, which is still a meaty 33 percent off the eventual retail price. Take a look at the product pitch below and see awesomeness in action for yourself.
Images courtesy of Studio Banana Things.
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