$29.99 As Advertised
- Rest in comfort while listening to music or talking on your smartphone
- Bluetooth 4.1 + EDR, with 6 hours of play time and a rechargeable battery
- Built-in wireless headphones with full button controls
- Adjustable, soft microfiber mask to keep the light out and music in
- One year exchange warranty
One Year Exchange Warranty
Furo Bluetooth Sleeping Mask - Black - FT12347 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by WinstonRR from Very Pleased! I have previously tried to fall asleep listening to music using earbud headphones but inevitably they either get wrapped around my neck and choke me or wake me up from the sheer pain of having an earbud jamming itself into my ear as I roll over. This thing solves both problems! The fabric is very soft (the comment about the "rough" Velcro band I don't understand unless maybe you are bald then maybe that may possibly be uncomfortable). The speakers are incredibly thin so rolling over on them as I sleep is a non-issue. The only thing that I find takes a bit to get used to is the "sleep mask" part. Having something over my eyes as I sleep is a bit different for me and inevitably at some point in the night I fling it off; but it isn't a huge issue. As for the price, I got it on sale for $30... an amazing price for what it is. Knowing what I know now I would be fine paying the regular price of $50, I'm that happy with it.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fosdick from V. Good But a Fatal Design Flaw I had been longing to buy this and I had been waiting for a price drop to get this until yesterday that I finally got it at a discount. It's light and comfortable, and the sound was very good except that the volume could be higher. However, there is a fatal design flaw - the velcro strap at the back of the mask is not coated on both sides. As a result, the naked strap on the left scratches the skin on the back of the head and makes it pretty irritating on contact. Besides, the strap may be a little too short for some people. Finally I had to return it for good. That's really a pity. I hope the manufacturer will soon come up with an improved model that fixes the strap problem.
Date published: 2016-12-06