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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Christmas Gift for Faculty and Students

NapTax Prof Jack Bogdanski (Lewis & Clark) passed along this wonderful Christmas gift idea for your favorite faculty colleague (for use at faculty meetings) (right) or student (for use in class) (below):

The Power Nap Head Pillow This is the head-enveloping pillow that blocks out noise and light to create a private zone for catching a quick power nap. Designed in Spain, the cozy cocoon fits snugly over the head and neck while leaving a large opening for the nose and mouth. The pillow allows users to tune out their surroundings, creating a dark, quiet microenvironment ideal for achieving a deep, restful sleep whether stranded in a crowded airport or recharging between meetings at work. Pockets over the ears muffle ambient sound and serve as a place to tuck hands while leaning forward over a tray table or desk. The soft pillow cradles the head with more than 4" of hypoallergenic stuffing and collapses for easy packing and storage. It can also be used as a standard pillow. Includes storage bag. Viscose rayon fabric can be spot cleaned. Gray exterior, Blue interior. 17 3/4" H x 11" W x 6" D. (2 1/4 lbs.)

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Comments

I wear mine in tax class!

Posted by: Scipio | Nov 19, 2013 2:30:59 PM

This is hilarious (and disturbingly functional). A grad student friend of mine thought this would be much better than his current pillow solution.

I just made my own list of slightly more practical student gifts: http://www.scottcowley.com/blog/10-best-gifts-for-graduate-students

Posted by: Scott Cowley | Nov 19, 2013 5:34:00 PM