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SleepPhones headphones for bed - $20 + Free Shipping (reg $39.95)

omegatron 370 278 December 4, 2012 at 08:39 PM in Home & Home Improvement (7) More Groupon Deals
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I bought a pair of these last week when Amazon had them on sale for $30...

Just saw this today via Groupon.com and plan to return the Amazon ones!

50% off regular price. Great for binaural beats when you sleep...

...any lucid dreamers out there?!?

http://www.groupon.com/deals/gg-a...&c=all&p=2


AcousticSheep Noise-Blocking SleepPhones

Those troubled by disruptive nighttime noise find solace in SleepPhones, a comfy fleece headband with embedded speakers and a patented design that cradles craniums the whole night through. The SleepPhones connect to MP3 players and—in tandem with the user's favorite tunes or prerecorded emergency sirens—employ binaural-beats technology found in songs available for free download to reduce brain-wave frequency for a deeper sleep. The gadget's design eschews the need for awkward plugs, and the headband cleans up with a quick trip through the washing machine.

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Embedded speakers connect directly to anything with a 3.5-millimeter jack, such as an MP3 player, TV, or bedside Enya
Comfortable headband made from pill-resistant, wicking fleece
Patented design stays firmly in place throughout the night
Praised by Dr. Oz
Binaural-beats technology uses songs available for free download to help reduce brain-wave frequency for a deeper sleep
Eliminates the need for uncomfortable earplugs
Headband is machine washable
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#2
I own these, and they are really soft and easy to sleep in Smilie Worth the 20 bucks IMHO
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this is not something used by Skynet to program humans during sleep, right? Smilie
the company's own official video even says the devices slows down your brain
waves very quickly... which can work both ways, no?

I wish it had Bluetooth which eliminates the need to plug it in every night.
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Anymore SD reviews? These urlhasbeenblockedifts imo.

Edit: Not sure why I got that message? Was just saying that these urlhasbeenblockedifts.
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I got these last year. I share a room with a snorer and thought these would be the perfect solution.

Like most people I am a side sleeper, so one ear is up and one ear is down on the pillow. Well the headband is soft and the speakers are very flat and small but after having my "down ear" pressed against the speaker for several minutes it becomes painful. I tried positioning the speakers around and ignoring the pain but the pressure on my ear became unbearable. It literally felt like I was resting my head and ear on an overturned dinner plate!! I sleep on a firm feather pillow; maybe a softer pillow would have more give and less pressure.

Before buying these I would suggest cutting a 2 inch by 2 inch square out of cardboard. Place that under your pillow case and then lay your ear directly on it. If you can tolerate that and fall asleep then go for it!

Also add to that the cord that comes out the back wrapping around your face when you turn over and the headband sliding down over your eyes and never staying in place...it's just too darn uncomfortable! I've gone back to sleeping with a sound machine balanced on my head all night...it's less irritating than the Sleephones!
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I got these last year. I share a room with a snorer and thought these would be the perfect solution.

Like most people I am a side sleeper, so one ear is up and one ear is down on the pillow. Well the headband is soft and the speakers are very flat and small but after having my "down ear" pressed against the speaker for several minutes it becomes painful. I tried positioning the speakers around and ignoring the pain but the pressure on my ear became unbearable. It literally felt like I was resting my head and ear on an overturned dinner plate!! I sleep on a firm feather pillow; maybe a softer pillow would have more give and less pressure.

Before buying these I would suggest cutting a 2 inch by 2 inch square out of cardboard. Place that under your pillow case and then lay your ear directly on it. If you can tolerate that and fall asleep then go for it!
Big thanks to your experience, will pass this!
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Big thanks to your experience, will pass this!
Agreed. Maybe if they were wireless I would try...
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this is not something used by Skynet to program humans during sleep, right? Smilie
the company's own official video even says the devices slows down your brain
waves very quickly... which can work both ways, no?

I wish it had Bluetooth which eliminates the need to plug it in every night.
I'm ok with some of the population having the cord.
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Free shipping and free returns. Not much to lose. Mom might like this.
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Interesting idea.

My favorite part of the whole thing was that this was listed as a "Feature": Praised by Dr. Oz
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I got these last year for Christmas and I like them better than earbuds. However, they separated where the wires connect to the plug. This happened because I pull them out of my ipod by the wire without being conscious of it. With some electrical tape reinforcement they are ok. Totally worth another one for $20. On a soft pillow the speakers do not bother me, they are pretty flat. Also you can pull them over your eyes to block light.
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does it come with the chick in the pic?
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Recently had very bad sleep. Dreamed all night long. Will this help?
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yeah I have tinniitus so I need to sleep with music to drown out the sound, and sleeping with ear buds is nasty and big headphones are uncomfortable. I'm going for it, lots of people in my tinnitus group use them and recommend them. Cords can wrap around my head all they want it's better than listening to EEEEEEEEEEEEEE all night.
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#15
Needs to be bluetooth. I am sure there is a bluetooth version from someone, and I am sure it costs $100. Brookstone? :-)
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