NodstopHere’s a unique contraption which may help you sleep better on a plane or bus. Nodstop was designed to assist handicapped adults, but because it’s so comfortable and holds your head in place—perfect for travelers hoping to get some z’s in transit—the creator figured they should market it to the general public as well. It’s made in the U.S.A. by Rockwest Training of Salem, Oregon and costs $36.

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1 Comment On "Travel Product of the Week: Nodstop"
  1. Anonymous|

    Consider NapAnywhere, a foldable pillow. Looks ingenious!

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