You’ll hardly feel these headphones if you fall asleep and roll over

Smooth flying

Bedphones are designed to be so soft and thin, you can comfortably fall asleep on trains or planes.


Drifting asleep to music without disturbing your bedmate or seatmate is as simple as wearing headphones, right? It is until you turn over on your side and the earpieces get mashed into or on top of your ears.

Thankfully, the tech world has come up with Bedphones, now in their their ever-comfier third generation of featherweight, quarter-inch-thick foam-covered headphones you can barely feel lying flat against your ears, even when you roll over. Integrated ultra-thin rubber-coated flexible wire ear hooks unobtrusively help fine-tune the fit.

The 49-inch audio cable has an aluminum 3.5-mm jack that fits any standard headphone port. An in-line microphone lets you answer phone calls (if you must) and play, pause, and skip music tracks with the push of a single integrated remote button.

Bedphones come in a slim, zippered 3.5-inch-square molded rubber case with internal mesh pockets that contain two pairs of replacement ear foams.


Bedphones Gen. 3 On-Ear Sleep Headphones in black or bright blue are $59.95 at


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