First Class Sleeper Travel Pillow Demonstrated on Airplane Seat
1St Class Sleeper Carry Bag
First Class Sleeper can be used as a lumbar pillow
First class sleeper is available in color grey and is made with flocked PVC

First Class Sleeper Travel Pillow

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Lie back and relax with the First Class Sleeper from Travelon. Invented by a pilot and endorsed by Orthopedic surgeons and Chiropractors, First Class Sleeper is designed to provide cushion and support for the head, shoulders, and lower back. Whether traveling by plane, car or train, First Class Sleeper will ensure you arrive at your destination well rested.  

First Class Sleeper Features:

  • Size when packed 12" x 3" / 30 cm x 8 cm
  • Size when inflated 35" x 17" x 9" / 89 cm x 43 cm x 23 cm
  • Weight 1 lb 2 oz. / 0.5 kg
  • Material 210 D Nylon / PVC and Flocked PVC
  • Works as a lumbar pillow when folded
  • Style 12304

It's easy to inflate! Simply use the overhead airplane air vents, or inflate with 10-12 deep breaths of air. It deflates to the size of an compact travel umbrella for easy storage into a carry-on or purse.

First Class Inflatable Sleeper Pillow can be deflated and rolled up into its own drawstring carry pouch that is includes with the 1st Class Sleeper. Carry pouch can easily fit in your carry-on bag, back pack, or large handbag.

NOTE - Video shows the older model of the First class sleeper. The First Class Sleeper is now made with smoother Flocked PVC and is available in the color grey.

First Class Sleeper Video

First class sleeper is super easy to use. Just place the 1st Class Sleeper on the coach seat back. The oral inflation hose should be in the upper right side (passenger facing forward). Lower portion of the sleeper provides only lumbar support. At no time should you sit directly on the sleeper. If the sleeper feels too hard release some of the air. If the sleeper feels too soft add some air. If you are not getting enough neck support raise the sleeper a couple of inches. If you weight between 150 and 225 lbs use about 10 to 11 deep breaths of air. If you weight less you will need more air. If you weigh more you will need less air.