Invention Aims to Lessen Rigors of Air Travel

October 24, 2012

℠SeatSnoozer´ designed to facilitate sleep on long flights and serve as a new alternative to ineffective travel pillows. By InoGear LLC

Westborough, MA (PRWEB) October 23, 2012

Frequent long-distance air travel can be difficult, and the inability to sleep comfortably on a plane can make a long flight seem even longer.

The SeatSnoozer from inoGear LLC is a new and patented sleeping device designed for long-haul air travelers, especially “red eye” fliers. SeatSnoozer does what other neck and travel pillows fail to do. It supports the traveler´s neck and head, preventing sleep disturbances when the user´s head falls forward or to the side.

SeatSnoozer is easy to use. The patented design includes a comfortable and adjustable sleep mask, and a tail that connects the mask to a slim back pad. It can be installed in seconds, as shown in the video at http://www.seatsnoozer.com/instructions.html.

Unlike standard travel pillows, the SeatSnoozer is extremely easy to pack in carry-on luggage, or even a purse. It weighs only 2 ounces and comes with a small drawstring carrying pouch.

One user states, “A typical travel pillow doesn´t prevent head movement. One of the unique things about the SeatSnoozer is how it prevents your head from falling forward.”

James Martin of about.com writes on his site: “I get the dreaded head flop and it wakes me every time. I’ve tried lots of remedies that are less than perfect-and this time I’ll be trying a clever-looking contraption called the SeatSnoozer.”


The SeatSnoozer was also written up by the Telegram & Gazette

as well as other various publications.

SeatSnoozer is available through Amazon.com and http://www.seatsnoozer.com and will soon be available at many other travel related merchants. Visit the website for more information.

About inoGear LLC

inoGear LLC is a privately held company based in Westborough, MA. It specializes in innovative solutions to everyday problems encountered by people everywhere.

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