Neck pillows are designed to support your head when it is
vertical but when we sleep in our bed, our head is horizontal, so
this is why it is so hard to sleep in Economy Class.
FaceCradle allows you
so many more comfort positions, many of which supporty your head
We have found the quicker you can adjust your position, the
quicker your can find your ultimate sleep position. The best
replicates being in the comfort of your own bed.
COMPARING THE PRICE YOU PAY TO UPGRADE YOUR LEGROOM, OR BUY A
BUSINESS/FIRST CLASS SEAT. NOW, FOR OFTEN A FRACTION OF THE PRICE,
YOU CAN “UPGRADE TO SLEEPING CLASS”
WITH FaceCradle !
1. DOZING MODE
This standard mode does what all “U” shaped neck pillows do.
Great for getting comfortable on a short trip while you read, watch
a movie or relax but if you are sitting upright in a seat, it;s
very awkward to find that perfect sleeping position.
2. SNOOZING MODE
This is where
the FaceCradle starts
to show it’s clever design and superiority to any other travel
pillow. Lock the upper pillow on an angle, rotate up to 360 degrees
around your neck to find that perfect position with better neck
support. On a plane, train, bus or even a
car FaceCradle is so
3. TABLE NAP MODE.
Lock the pillows on an angle to eachother enabling you to nod
off quickly on any table or flat stable surface. On the tray table
of a plane, at a students desk or even at work during a break!
Breathing is unrestricted and the luxurious memory foam supports
your face like laying on a massage table.
4. DEEP SLEEP MODE
FaceCradle‘s Deep Sleep Mode
is used typically when the lights are out or you have an eye mask
on and you are settling in for the long haul!
This position enables you to lean forward in your seat and is
like propping your head with your hands,
only FaceCradle replaces
your hands and holds your head for you! It’s best described as a
combination of sleeping in a massage table and being suspended in a
hammock. During travel movement, this gently rocks you and can be
incredibly relaxing, many go instantly off to sleep.
5. DEEP SLEEP MODE (SIDE)
A variation of Mode 4, here the pillows are placed on a slight
angle and you turn your head comfortably to either side. The strap
length can be easily adjusted to sleep further forward or back as
it is in Mode 4. The pillow angle can also be shifted by rotating
the straps around the headrest. The comfort positions available are
FaceCradle has been
designed considering the total environment of seated travelling. It
makes use of ALL the space around you to find your most comfortable
6. BREATHE EASY
When in the Table Nap and Deep Sleep
Modes, FaceCradle Travel
Pillow allows you to rest like you are on a massage table with your
nose and mouth free to breath! With the brushed velour fabric
supported by luxurious memory foam the feeling is so comfortable
you may find you instantly fall asleep.
about FaceCradle’s 5
MODES of Comfort. Kindly refer to the video link as
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q – Will the harness strap interfere with the TV in the
A – The strap normally is hooked onto
the wings of a headrest. So in this case, no. Most long haul
flights have these wings. For those rare ones that don’t, it’s best
to chat to the person behind before you sit down. Tell them you
will not need to put your seat back because you have
a FaceCradle but you
may need their cooperation to locate the strap either side of their
Q – Does the strap attach around my neck?
A – No! The strap
when used (in Deep Sleep Modes only) is clicked into a connector
similar to a bicycle helmet strap. The connector is fixed to a
metal hinge and to an internal support frame inside the pillows.
Your neck is left totally free and your face/head and chest rest
against the memory foam pillows.
Q – What happens in the case of an
A – With the squeeze of two buttons
the pillows collapse immediately and if in Deep Sleep Mode, you can
quickly lift the strap over your head.
Q – Am I able to use
my FaceCradle in
the back seat of a car?
A – Yes, but if you want to use Deep
Sleep Modes you must have a car with a rear headrest to attach the
strap. It is not recommended to use Deep Sleep Mode in a car with
no rear seatbelts or airbags.
Q – What are the covers made of and can I wash
A – They are Brushed Velour. It is an
ultra soft polyester material commonly used on high quality neck
pillows. Yes, each pillow has a zip to remove and machine wash.
Q – What is the material inside the
A – The pillows are made of
hypoallergenic memory foam and reinforced with an internal glass
filled nylon frame.
Q – Is
the FaceCradle suitable
A – Yes normally there is no problem
however if you want to use Deep Sleep Mode (front, face down) check
that your child’s head is not too small which may find their
face/head slipping through the middle of the U shape.
Q – Will people look at me strangely when using Deep
A – Usually Deep Sleep Modes are used
on a long haul flight with the lights out. If there is light in the
cabin and you feel uncomfortable, just use one of the 3 other
modes. Most of ten the looks are odd initially but when people see
that you have been asleep for a long time our experience the same
people end up asking you where you got it!
Q – What is the Weight and Dimensions of
A – Weight is -.72kg (1.61lbs) and is
not considered to be part of your carry on weight allowance on
flights. Dimensions are 30cm x 30cm x 8cm.
Q – What is the maximum weight
a FaceCradle will
A – FaceCradle is
designed so a relatively light load is applied to it, when in use.
This does not mean that it will break. To the contrary, around 80%
of your body weight is transferred to the base of the seat, not to
the FaceCradle. So depending
on the angle you lean forward in deep sleep mode, (the further
forward, the more load) no more than 20%-25% of your body weight is
ever applied to the FaceCradle and it is extremely unlikely you
could break it.