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Sleep easy with the Soundasleep pillow!

By TheStudentGuide
Sleep easy with the Soundasleep pillow!

Had a great night out? Can’t sleep? Feel like listening to your music? 

Now you can - chill out in comfort without disturbing the housemates.

Soundasleep's unique and innovative design requires no headphones. It's actually a pillow with a speaker built inside and an auxiliary input for your iPod, MP3 or CD player. You could even hook it up to your TV...sleeping in just became a lot more fun!

This pillow feels good and sounds even better! 

The sound pillow will suit any student’s lifestyle as only you can hear your favourite sounds and everyone else can sleep or study in peace. You can even chill out to your favourite music and not be woken up later by the noise of your stereo as the sound pillow will stop playing once your selected songs end.  

The sound pillow can also help you study with numerous uses like listening to audio books or learning a foreign language, relaxation or self-help tracks. It's also ideal to take on long journeys for a comfortable source of entertainment in the car, train or plane and other passengers will not be disturbed.

Features:

  • Constructed from ultra soft hollowfibre filling and polycotton cover
  • Incorporates a speaker into the centre of the pillow
  • Connect to any iPod, MP3 Player, CD player or TV
  • Includes a detachable cable for safety and convenience
  • Requires a music source with a 3.5mm stereo plug to connect to

For more information, visit www.soundasleeppillow.com.

 

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