It lets you “snooze wherever you choose.”

By Lauren Phillips
June 07, 2018
Casper

Nappers, rejoice: Casper—the company behind the internet-famous mattress-in-a-box—has launched a pillow made specifically for grabbing just a few Zs.

Casper’s new Nap Pillow is a mini version of the brand’s original, standard-sized pillow, which has more than 2,500 five-star reviews and sleeper-favorite elements such as a pillow-in-pillow design (for support and softness) and a breathable cotton cover. The smaller version is just more than ten inches wide and 15 inches long, a supremely portable size that makes it a solid pick for travelers or people who feel overwhelmed by the breadth of a standard pillow, if such people exist. The pillow is also washable and comes with a drawstring bag, so you really can carry it wherever you go.

Does the casual napper need a pillow just for those quick power naps and lazy weekends? Not really. But if you regularly struggle to get a full eight hours of shut-eye and grab what sleep you can on a train or bus (or even at your desk during your lunch break), the Nap Pillow might be just the tool you need to make those snatches of sleep more efficient. And, with the washable cotton pillowcase, you can clean your pillow up every night, if needed, to stop public transportation germs in their tracks. (Because, let’s be honest, no one is replacing their pillows enough.)

The Casper Nap Pillow is now available for purchase at casper.com for $35. At that price point, you can pick one up for everyone in the family—a good thing, considering the Nap Pillow is far too petite to share.

(h/t TechCrunch)