Nap Star and the Dreamhelmet still share many features. Both are hand-sewn and contain sound-blocking material, and both convert to pillows that can be used alone for sleeping or back support. They are also hypoallergenic and non-irritating, with 100% cotton fabric touching the face. They have no straps or connections around the head to tangle in hair or cause annoying lumps. Both have a chin strap, which keeps the mask on the face of the user. Sleep masks slipping off the face at night have been a common complaint with users. De Cordova’s patented products are the only sleep masks in the world with a chin strap to solve this problem.
The Nap Star, however, has no secret pockets, nor does it convert to a muff. But these are non-sleep extra features which many customers do not need or use for sleeping at home, and eliminating them brought production costs down significantly. The resulting Nap Star is hence more esthetic and streamlined. The Nap Star still does plenty of transforming, but because of its simplified design, at $19.95, it sells for 1/3 less than the Dreamhelmet. Says de Cordova, "You get a good sleep mask and a lot more - for just the price of a good sleep mask".
The Nap Star was recently presented to the public on a trial basis on both eBay and Amazon websites, and most buyers seem enthusiastic about the new sleep mask concept.
The economical Nap Star Transformer, with its versatility, and all pieces, including expanding foam earplugs, inside a string tie
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