|Subject: Re: First Class Travel Sleeper|
My sister and I used these when we flew to China in May, and found they were worthwhile. They require only a modest amount of air to inflate to a point that cushions the entire backside, easing pressure on the tailbone, and supporting the back comfortably. They deflate easily, and fold up into a manageable rectangular package about 4" round by 8" long.
On one leg of the journey, I had 3 seats in a row all to myself, and the cushion gave me a mattress-like support that buffered the cracks between the seats, and cradled my head and shoulders so I actually slept.
I intend taking mine on any future flight longer than a few hours. I highly recommend them!
All the best, Terry in West Vancouver, B.C.