Even as a frequent business traveler, I have not mastered the art of sleeping on long flights. I’ve used a variety of horseshoe shaped neck pillows, but have not found a satisfactory product. These days, I reserve window seats and lean against the fuselage for some shuteye.
The main issue I’ve had with current neck support products is that my head is still free to fall forward. And when that happens, I can never get a restful amount of sleep. After a long flight, the inventor of the SleepX Neckrest had felt the same way and went to the drawing board.
As opposed to current neck pillows, the SleepX Neckrest is worn forward, under your chin. Designed to not only stabilize your head, it replicates a 20-degree neck angle typically found from using a pillow in bed. The underlying structure is surrounded by a foam outer layer intended to produce the right mix of support and comfort.
The SleepX Neckrest is produced in Germany and retails for 45.75 Euros (approximately $50 depending on exchange rate). Further info can be found at SleepX.