Security Review: Carex
What’s that, you say? Well… it’s something we haven’t reviewed before, and the only reason we’re doing it now is that this thing is pretty
awesome. We also know that many security people (and other people, of course) travel a lot, and that doing so as comfortably as possible can actually make a very big impact on your daily performance. Also, we got this for free… but that’s immaterial.
So, this here is a look at the Carex Travel Pillow.
If you have never had a travel pillow, then you’ve been missing out. The first one this reviewer saw was at the age of five, when an airline attendant was handing out inflatable travel pillows in tiny bags – you’d fold it out and blow it up, and it was sturdy enough to last almost the whole flight. Which was probably acceptable back then.
This one is a different caliber, however, and you should probably be careful so the TSA guys don’t confiscate it for being overly comfortable, and might be used as a Weapon of Mass Relaxation against the pilots. (Cheesy, we know). But in all earnestness, this travel pillow has to be just about the most comfortable addition to the carry on bag that we’ve seen in a long time.
That said, the Carex Travel Pillow is worth checking out. Here are some specs, since we know you’re just dying to read’em before you decide to try this thing for yourselves.
- Ergonomically designed
- Creates ideal neck support
- Helps relieve pressure, pain and stiffness in your neck and shoulders while traveling
- Made from high quality memory foam
- Removable soft cover zips off easily for machine washing
Memory foam… we can tell you, that it’s good stuff.
So why should you try this thing? First of all, we’ve managed to get you 31% discount at Amazon.com, if you click the image above or one of the links in the text (like this one) and it’s going to cost you less than $16 dollars. Also, you can have it in your hands even if your trip is less than 2 days away. Excellent.
What does this have to do with securty, you say? Well, not much. We travel a lot, however, and we know that there are a lot of security people out there who sit on airplanes, trains or long distance buses almost every week, and we like to be comfortable. That’s why we’re going to bring this thing on the next trip to a meeting or a conference or whatnot else we’re going to check out.