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Bedphones Designed For Listening In Bed

Posted in Headphones by Reuben Drake on August 2nd, 2011

If you listen to music on your smartphone or tablet in bed you know how uncomfortable it is. Well, Bedphones are designed to solve this problem and are headphones specially designed to be worn in bed. They were designed by Eric Dubs who after creating and testing over a hundred unique prototypes, has found the right design and they are available to buy now.

Bedphones are only available in the US right now for $29.95 with free Shipping. They look very comfortable.

TIE Fighter bed

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2010

It must be awesome to be a kid and have rich parents. For those people, a company called PoshTots is offering Deep Space Fighter Beds that look like space ships. Specifically TIE Fighters. Forget counting sheep. Instead go pew pew pew on some X-Wings.

You’ll be able to pick and choose what yours looks like since they are customizable with accompanying wall murals and such. The base price is around $18,000. Pew pew pew.

Chilipad: One side is warm, one side is cold

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2010

What do you do when your spouse is hot and you are cold? Turning the heat up or down unfortunately affects you both. The Chilipad is like an electric blanket capable of both hot and cold. It works by pumping water through a series of tubes and can keep everyone happy.

The manufacturers claim that it runs under 20dBa, which should keep things quiet. You can pick up the dual-zone pad, which allows you to adjust the temperature of both sides independently as mentioned. It’s not cheap, but its better than hearing your wife complain right?

Awesome Star Wars Y-Wing bed

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2009

Awesome Star Wars Y-Wing bedI, like you, clearly struck out on the parent lottery. Some moms build a 98-inch screen on their kid’s bedroom ceiling, while some dads build an AT-AT bunk bed. Yeah, I’m kinda ticked off at my parents now. Now that I see how some kids are lavished with awesome nerd decor.

Well, here’s the straw that broke the camel’s back. Now, we learn about a father who built half a Y-Wing in his son’s bedroom, hanging from above, with the bed on top. Mom, dad, if you are reading this, don’t even bother calling.

Hug Me Pillow is like a comfy dismembered arm

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 10th, 2009

Hug Me Pillow is like a comfy dismembered armPillows should be comfy, soft, yet not too soft. A cloud if you will, that will gently carry you off to dreamland. They should not be anything like this Hug Me pillow, which is a pillow that looks like it was delivered by the mafia on a night when horse heads weren’t easy to come by.

Do you want to sleep in the embrace of a dismembered arm? I don’t. But I’m sure it’s perfect for serial killers and the deranged as it will remind them of their last or next victims. The manufacturer should have just went all the way and added the blood and entrails.

Star Wars bedsheets get hip again

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2008

Star Wars bedsheets get hip againFor those of us who were growing up during the original Star Wars trilogy, those times were magical. More action figures then a kid could collect? Awesome vehicles for them to play around in? Bedsheets so your imagination could soar at night? Disco? Maybe not so much Disco. If you had the bedsheets you were head nerd, let me tell ya.

And while Pottery Barn generally impresses the ladies, they are appealing to 1970′s kids now too with these classically styled sheets. You can get everything you need to deck out your bed. Sheets range in price from $14 to $109. Quilted bedding can cost as much as $219. They come in queen sizes, full and twin. Now go bug your wife. She usually gets her way in the decorating department, no? Time to make a stand and demand these. Be brave. A kick to the nuts can build character.

Napbook Laptop Case doubles as a pillow

Posted in Computer Cases by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2008

Napbook Laptop Case doubles as a pillowWe’ve all experienced it. You’re working away on your laptop and suddenly you realize you could use a nice long nap. If only you had a comfortable way of falling forward and letting your drool fall where it may. Icelandic designer Hafsteinn Juliusson wants you to be able to crash whenever and wherever fatigue strikes, with the Napbook.

It’s so simple that’s it’s the work of genius. Just a normal laptop bag, but extra fluffy for sweet dreams. It should feel nice and soft whether your laptop is in or out of the bag. Extra sleep + extra padding for your laptop= awesome. We’re not sure if it’s available for purchase yet, but I’m getting sleepy just thinking about it.

2-D girlfriend for geeks, bloggers

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2008

2-D girlfriend for geeks
It can be lonely being a geek. So it’s easy to understand why Drew Burrows created INBED, which is essentially an interactive virtual girlfriend. Just climb into bed with her, and she’ll snuggle up against you. If you lie on your side, she’ll even spoon. Sad thing is, she sleeps fully dressed and she’s only two dimensional, existing only because she is projected from the ceiling.

Infrared sensors watch you in the bed, altering the projection accordingly. She can even react to kisses buy burying her virtual face in a virtual pillow. Cute. But will this satisfy the geek or make him long even more for a real live woman? I don’t know, but your Star Wars toys in the corner aren’t helping.

Pirate Ship Bed for rich brats

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 8th, 2008

Pirate Ship Bed for rich brats
If I’ve learned anything in this life, it’s that rich people have spoiled and bratty children. There’s no better way to keep rich demon spawn occupied and eliminate parental interaction, then to buy them something completely ridiculous and let them have at it.

Like this huge ass Pirate ship parked in the room of your choosing, for instance. It’s actually a fancy huge bed. Some features include a play aft deck with working helm, forward deck with sail, walking plank, four cannons, wooden anchor, working brass portholes, wake up brass bell, captain’s quarters in twin or double full, and first mate’s quarters. Prices range from $6650 to $8050

Black & Blum bed light: For night time reading

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2008

Black & Blum bed light: For night time readingSome of us still read actual paper books at night in bed. If you are not alone in bed, that can be a problem. An overhead light just won’t work. Even a typical small lamp will keep your significant other awake.

So if you’re going to invest in a quality lamp to read by, consider something like this odd little lamp. It has the quirky design of a miniature man reading a book, and the book functions as a lampshade. He’s made from polished zinc, and could actually be considered a small piece of art as well. He’s only £28.50.

Pix-L mini PC & alarm clock

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 20th, 2008

Pix-L mini PC & alarm clock
Designer Jean Hong has a slightly different vision for the Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC), and that vision is the Pix-L. The device functions as both an alarm clock and a browser for your bedside. If you want to view it on your nightstand, you can prop up the mini-screen or turn it around for a better angle from above, that way it’s ideal for viewing while you’re lying on your stomach.

Just let it wake you up in the morning, then detach the PC from its stand for portable computing. Even the color scheme shown here is super nice. I would be very surprised if this designer isn’t working for Microsoft very soon.

ChiliPad mattress keeps your bed just right

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2007

ChiliPad mattress keeps your bed just right

This one is like the Chillow pillow we told you about last year. Instead of a pillow, it’s an entire mattress and is a good idea no matter what climate you live in. It’s capable of heating and cooling itself so you can be comfortable in bed. That way you can fall asleep faster or let it help you stay awake. The ChiliPad uses a small and nearly silent motor that they claim is similar to semi-conductor technology that cools your computer. This heats or cools water, which is pumped through coils inside the mattress.

With the included wireless remote you can control the temperature between 68F and 118F. As you might have guessed, it is not priced cheaply, $479 for a single zone twin and $999 for a dual zone king. But hopefully you can save enough money on nighttime heating in your home and cooling costs, so that it will pay for itself. It will also solve that whole Goldilocks and the 3 Bears thing: It won’t be too hot, it won’t be too cold, it will be just right.

The Chillow Pillow

Posted in Home,Sleep by Darrin Olson on September 6th, 2006

ChillowThis is little sleep assisting gadget is called a Chillow from Soothsoft, a pillow that keeps you chilled. Even if it didn’t work I like it for the name and the idea.

This chillow is designed to eliminate the need for you to flip your pillow over and over at night to find the cool spot. If only my pillow would stay cool, or chilled?

It’s made out of some sort of foam or gel material, and you need to add water. There is no mechanical parts or electricity that keep it cool. You just insert it into your pillow case and it automagically draws heat away from your head and keeps it cool for hours.