Kip-Kit - The Alternative Travel Pillow. Offers the what other inflatable travel pillows don't, support for your head and neck letting you drift off to sleep sitting down in an upright, safe & comfortable position. Ideal for economy air travel, long coach journeys, and even waiting around in airports & stations.
The Kip-Kit can easily be folded up when not in use and can fit comfortably into a pocket or bag. Kip-Kit cradles your chin in its elastomeric diaphragm and keeps your head in an upright, safe and comfortable position. No more sore neck.
Overall length: 270mm
Width of chin cup: 133mm
Depth of chin cup: 90mm
Bottom of chin cup to bottom of chest pad: 230mm
chest pad diameter: 100mm
Overall length: 150mm
Max width: 133mm
Neck Pad Length: 250mm
Manufactured by injection molding using tough nylon and short glass reinforcement. Chin pad similarly formed in thermoplastic elastomer to around shore A 20. Hinge fixings - stainless steel bolts with nylock nuts. Chest piece padded with 100mm diameter neoprene rubber - 10mm thick.
Well make unit bit I find the chin support too deep so I either push it back into throat that causes me to choke or leave it out away from next then it tips up and jabs into my mouth and teeth, I have suggested they make jaw support size options
I have just received the parcel and haven’t been able to do a test yet, I will test the device next time when I am travelling.
It definitey appears to work!
I have not tested it on an airplane but at home I have and it definitely appear that it will work, which is awesome. The only teeny wish I have it that it would come with a small soft fabric carry case that could be hooked to the outside of your roll-a-board. Although admittedly I was able to squeeze it into my computer brief which is pretty full. Accessing it after in my seat my be quite challenging. But looks like this is going to work. Yahoo. - John
Just What I Was Looking For!
This is really the perfect design for a travel "pillow", and is everything I was looking for. It holds up the head in a sensible position, sets up and disassembles in a flash, doesn't need inflating or deflating (so you don't risk having it suffer a puncture while traveling), and isn't bulky or unwieldy. I've just received it, so I have yet to travel with it, but just from testing it at home I can tell that it'll be perfect. Some time ago I had actually tried to cobble together something that functioned as this does, except it looked awful, was fussy, and I misplaced one of the parts while in an airport. Kip-Kit is 1,000 percent better than anything I had cobbled together, sturdy, very comfortable and easy to use. I could not be happier with it, and finally am looking forward to getting improved sleep on my next plane trip!