Custom comfort with the touch of a button! The revolutionary Lewis N. Clark Adjustable Neck Pillow has a unique On Air valve that makes it one of the easiest pillows to adjust on the market. If you’re going on a road trip, vacation, business trip, or any other excursion where you have to be seated for an extended amount of time, this flexible and compact travel pillow can help ensure that you’re ready to go as soon as you arrive at your destination.
The cover consists of a soft polyester jersey material that feels smooth against your skin. It’s easy to unzip and place it in the washing machine so you don’t have to clean it by hand. It also folds down compactly into its polyester storage pouch, making it easy to stuff into your handbag, suitcase, backpack, etc. With its wafer-thin portability, it’s ideal for airplanes, cars, and trains.
The anti-stress design snugly cradles your head and neck, providing optimal comfort while in a seated position. The contoured shape includes a thinner back so that you don’t experience extra pressure on your neck when you’re leaning back in your seat.
The innovative On Air patented value technology (US patents: #6,237,621, #6,755,208 & #6,506,624) allows you to easily change the amount of air inside the pillow. With just two breaths, you can inflate it to your ideal softness and support, and it deflates instantly when you no longer need it. However, it won’t deflate over time while it’s in use.
Whether you’re traveling by land or air, don’t deal with the discomfort of a stiff neck or back because your head wasn’t properly supported. Instead, find your personal comfort level with this neck pillow and arrive with just as much energy as the moment you left!
- CUSTOM COMFORT – Contoured shape provides maximum comfort
- EASY TO ADJUST – Innovative valve provides easy adjustability
- EFFORTLESS INFLATION – Inflates with just a few breaths and deflates instantly
- OPTIMAL SUPPORT – Anti-stress design cradles head and neck perfectly
- COMPACT SIZE – Folds down compactly into included storage case