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Travist Security Travel Pillow

by Benjamin Kerns

Mar 12, 2019

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Products / Travel

Travist Security Travel Pillow is the two-in-one travel companion that provides both protection and comfort on the go. This sleekly designed device doubles as a pillow and a security bag for your goods. You can literally rest easy knowing your passport and money are safe.

 

This innovative travel solution comes with three separate storage compartments for your goods. Two quick-access compartments are perfect for stashing your wallet and other items you need in a pinch. Meanwhile, the hidden pocket is great for protecting your passport. It also contains a cable pass-through so you can store your phone and charge it or listen to music at the same time. An additional coin pocket is perfect for all of your loose change.

 

When you’re ready to rest your head, the bag easily converts into a comfy pillow perfect for the plane. It actually comes with multiple sleep modes. Office Mode works well for travelers who spend a lot of time resting with their head on their arms, while Train and Air modes provide comfort from the side. Park mode is great for those lazy times when you’re lying on the ground enjoying the sunshine. Then there’s Deep Sleep mode, which allows you to wrap the straps around a headrest and lean forward onto the pillow without falling into your own lap. The inflatable pump makes initiating any of these modes a cinch, and works in just 30 seconds. It deflates just as easily.

The Travist Security Travel Pillow retails for $69 with first shipments beginning in April 2019. Check out the website for more information on features and ways to order.

 

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