This Handy ‘Emergency Nap Kit’ Lets You Catch Up On Your Sleep On The Go


Now you can rest your weary head wherever and whenever you are in need of a sleep with this ‘Emergency Nap Kit’ by Firebox.


Originally designed in Japan, to use when stranded during an earthquake, the kit comes with an inflatable mattress, and a cosy full-length sleeping suit in replacement of a blanket.


“Better still, instead of a cosy blanket that you’ll never want to take off, the kit contains a full-length sleeping suit so you can prolong those warm fuzzy feelings long after your nap.”, says Firebox team.


You can use it in the car to catch up on some quality sleep during a road trip, or use it in the office when you’re working overnight on a project.

h/t: designtaxi

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