Sound asleep pillow, the alternative to dangerous earphones

New research published by medical journal, Laryngoscope, outlines iPod and MP3 headphones like those worn by millions in the UK are breeding grounds for bacteria which could lead to painful ear infections.

Sound asleep pillow
With another recent report warning against potential eardrum damage from high volume levels generated by iPod headphones, is the era of earphones over?

Challenging headphone’s dominance within the personal listening market is the Sound Asleep pillow, a safer yet equally superior replacement to earphones.

Sound Asleep RRP £20, a fantastic gadget from soundasleep.com, incorporates a miniature covert speaker into a pillow creating the perfect solution for balancing the harmony in the bedroom. The Sound Asleep pillow is ideal for relaxing in bed whether it’s dozing off to your favourite tunes on the ‘Z’-pod orwatching late night Match of the day, the pillow maximises entertainment whilst minimising the risk of keeping

your loved ones awake and also damaging your ears.

The unique Sound Asleep pillow has a discreet speaker built into its design meaning the sound is distributed via the cushioning, direct into the users ear. Compatible with iPods, MP3 players, televisions and radio, the Sound Asleep enables the user to listen to their own personal sounds that only they can hear, without the discomfort or risk of headphones.

The pillow has a removable 120mm wire meaning it is safe and tidy when not in use and the connector uses a 3.5mm stereo plug, universal to most devices. With 100% polyester cosy hollowfibre filling it’s allergy free and exceptionally comfortable.

Sound Asleep is not for use by children under five years. For more information about the product or stockists visit www.soundasleep.com

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