Ostrich Pillow Light

Jun 26, 2018

Category: Living

After the Ostrich Pillow experienced a ton of success through Kickstarter, the team at Studio Banana Things have decided to iterate their revolutionary napping pillow with a more portable version dubbed the Ostrich Pillow Light.

With people all around the globe sleeping well under the recommended 8 hours per night (just 6 hours per night here in the states), Ostrich Pillow Light is tackling a global problem in hopes to help people get more rest. The Light version operates just like the original offering, but was designed specifically for commuters and frequent flyers. It may be sleeker and smaller in design, but it’s still comfortable enough to take a nice little nap while on the go. The design team has once again taken to Kickstarter to fund the project, and we imagine this product will have no problem smashing its goals, and making its way to the retail scene.

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