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Jetsleeper® is a uniquely designed travel pillow that is brand new to Australia and New Zealand. Designed specifically for long-haul flights, it also works on coach seats, in trains and even on car seats so you can get a decent sleep however you are travelling.

Jetsleeper® is a uniquely designed travel pillow that is brand new to Australia and New Zealand. Designed specifically for long-haul flights, it also works on coach seats, in trains and even on car seats so you can get a decent sleep however you are travelling.

It’s a self expanding, soft, fibre filled, cotton pillow that provides support and comfort to your head and neck to aid sleep, in a way never seen before. When you’re ready to sleep, Jetsleeper® unfolds into an easy to use sequence of hook, pillow and strap that you will hardly realise is there. The Velcro strap provides adjustment and quick release allowing you to easily leave your seat without disturbing the positioning of the pillow or those around you. 

Jetsleeper® also allows you to sleep upright – which is fundamental to getting a good flight sleep in economy class.jetsleeper blue

The Jetsleeper® pillow can be used on either side of your head and provides stability and comfort for your entire journey.

Each Jetsleeper® pillow weighing less than 200 gms comes with two hooks, a wider and a slim-line version to handle different style airplane seats, a velcro strap that slides easily around your armrest (or seat belt if the armrest is solid to the floor) and a pocket-size zipped pouch that enables it to fit easily into your carry on luggage.

Jetsleeper® is available in Valentine Red or Sky Blue.

Commercial enquiries

We will sell Jetsleeper in the following quantities with applicable discount.
12 pieces minus 10%
25 pieces minus 15%
50 pieces minus 25%
100 pieces minus 30%
For these offers, please contact us.

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