Bellefonte, PA, December 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Those who want to give the perfect last-minute holiday gift to anyone who needs a drug-free sleep solution should look no further than SleepPhones, unique headphones designed specifically for falling asleep to music or other sounds. They are an affordable gift, with the manufacturer suggested retail price at $39.95.
SleepPhones help users get better sleep in any situation, from fighting insomnia at home to trying to sleep on a noisy airplane or hotel room. They work with most mp3 players, CD players, and other audio devices. Since they rest over the ear and not in the ear canal like ear buds, so they do not hurt ears if used for an extended period of time. SleepPhones have thin speakers within a soft fleece headband which are removable for machine washing.
SleepPhones has special holiday deals for those with several sleep-deprived people on their gift list. A three-pack of SleepPhones in individual gift boxes, normally $131.70, is sale priced at 109.95 and a three-pack of SleepPhones in individual retail packaging (with sleep sounds sampler CD), normally $149.85, is sale priced at $134.95.
To get SleepPhones by Dec. 24 from http://www.sleepphones.com, domestic orders must be made for first-class mail shipping by Dec. 17, priority mail shipping by Dec. 19, and express shipping by Dec. 21. For international, express only shipping will get SleepPhones to a gift recipient oversea by Dec. 24, and the deadline for orders is Dec. 12.
“SleepPhones are perfect gifts for insomniacs, pregnant women, those with snoring spouses, frequent travelers, tinnitus suffers, and anyone who wants a drug-free sleep solution,” said Dr. Wei-Shin Lai, MD, SleepPhones inventor/CEO of AcousticSheep, LLC, makers of SleepPhones.
About AcousticSheep, LLC
AcousticSheep, LLC designs and distributes innovative headphones for a variety of lifestyles. Formed in 2007 by a family doctor and her husband, AcousticSheep products are designed with comfort, quality, and the environment in mind. Headquartered in Pennsylvania, the company is powered by 100 percent wind energy. Visit SleepPhones.com for additional information. Connect with us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@SleepPhones).
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