Do you need to listen to music or talk shows to fall asleep? You're not alone, and the developers of Bedphones recognize you.
Thankfully, the tech world has come up with Bedphones, now in their ever-comfier third generation of featherweight .25-inch-thick foam-covered headphones you can barely feel lying flat against your ears, even when you roll over
Bedphones is a comfortable earbud that lays on your ear rather than in it, and plays the music you want, the storybook you want, the white noise you want with an attached app that senses when you are sleeping
Sleeping with a pair of headphones on is, at best, uncomfortable. That is, unless you happen to own a pair of Bedphones.
You'll probably forget you're wearing them.
Designed to allow listeners to enjoy music as a comforting lullaby.
Thin enough that comfort may not be a problem.
The ideal solution for roommates on opposite schedules.
By far one of the cleverest headphones we've seen.
Bedphones are just what music-loving insomniacs need.
Rock out on those long flights.
With Bedphones and its accompanying app, you can drift off more comfortably.
Should keep even the most restless of sleepers happy.
If you need to listen to tunes to make the bad thoughts go away before beddy-byes, then these cushioned cans are spot on.
Bedphones sounds like a great solution to the noisy dorm halls that can make it almost impossible to sleep.
Ultra light, wafer-thin... made specifically for those quiet intervals between wake and sleep. Choose your own lullaby.
Made for maximum comfort when hunkering down for a good night’s sleep.
The satin eye mask that comes bundled is probably the icing on the cake.
The light and comfortable headphones make not only sleeping better, but are also ideal for traveling and are adjustable to fit tightly for physical activity.
It’s always a pleasant sight to see a product emerge that aims to solve a fundamental daily problem that people actually face on a daily basis.
There’s no doubt that they are far and away the most comfortable headphones we’ve ever worn in bed.
Snooze without worrying about the uncomfortable pressure regular headphones might put on your delicate head while its resting against a pillow.
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