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Sleeper ScarfLast week we featured a scarf that comes with a surgical mask in it to protect you from germs. This week’s product—the Sleeper Scarf—is designed with a built-in neck pillow to help you sleep better. What’s really clever about entrepreneur Tiffany Paul’s patented design is that it contains a hidden, built-in “U” shaped pocket to securely hold the pillow in place—and which allows you to wear your Sleeper Scarf as an everyday scarf until it’s ready to inflate.

Available in black, grey, pink, and blue, the scarf is 77 inches in length and is made of 95% cotton and 5% spandex—so it’s soft, warm and lightweight for year-round use. And it’s made in the USA! Here’s a video on how it works. Prices start at $65, but right now Johnny Jet readers can get $10 off by using the promo code below!

Promo code: JJ10

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6 Comments On "Travel Product of the Week: Sleeper Scarf"
  1. BL|

    So nice! I want one of them!

    1. Ian Livingston
      Ian Livingston|

      Make sure to use the promo code we just added for $10 off!

  2. Glk|

    My sleeper scarf arrived defective with a small hole in the pillow portion. When I reached out to Tiffany Paul, the owner, I was advised that my shipping charge would not be refunded and I would be responsible for return shipping even tho I was sent defective product. But then, Tiffany offered to send me a new pillow, which would’ve been satisfactory to me, but it was never sent! I sent 5+ emails over the course of 8 days inquiring about the shipping status, however there was no response. Alas now the 30-day return period is over, thus leaving me with defective, nonreturnable product which will end up in the trash. It is now clear to me that Tiffany was biding time, such that I would be unable to return the defective product due to the expiration of the 30-day return period. I am now in the process of having my credit card company dispute this charge as vendor fraud. I strongly advise that people do not purchase this item.

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      I will reach out to them now

    2. Tiffany Paul|

      Hi Grace,

      I want to set the record straight that on Feb 9th you contacted us regarding a defective pillow. We responded the next day Feb 10th that we would be happy to provide a complimentary replacement and would mail out to you. We mailed a replacement Feb 11th and when that did not arrive, you contacted us on Feb 17th. Within the next 48 hours you sent us 4 e-mails asking for an update. As I answer all customer complaints personally, our policy is to respond within 48 hours, which I did. Your last note made it clear you believed a lost package and the delay in my response was somehow purposeful writing to me “It is clear that you’ve lied to me in order to pass time, so I wouldn’t be able to make the return prior to the 30-day expiration date. ” I wrote back to you Feb 19th (within 48 hours) that I apologized for the delay and the lost package and ask if you would still like the replacement pillow or a refund despite the 30 days. It is Feb 22nd and we have not heard back from you, and instead you have resorted to writing these posts. At Sleeper Scarf we ALWAYS do the right thing and despite your inaccurate portrayal of this situation, we are happy to send you the replacement that never arrived or issue you a refund per my note to you on Feb 19th. Please contact us with how you would like to proceed and we apologize for the frustration this has caused you!

  3. DB|

    I am love, love, loving, that scarf!

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