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Tempur-Pedic Sleep Mask

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Brand Name Tempur-Pedic
EAN 0841230067407
Number of Items 1
Part Number 8.4123E+11
UNSPSC Code 42142113
UPC 841230067407

Cool, comfortable and contouring sleep mask Delivers perfect room-darkening comfort Elasticized... Read full product description




Product Features

  • darkness
  • room darkening
  • comfort fit

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 4 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0027OUUFW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #178 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Tempur-Pedic Sleep Mask + Revolutionary, Patented SLEEP MASTER Sleep Mask + Hearos Xtreme Protection, 14-Pair Foam
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Product Description

Cool, comfortable and contouring sleep mask Delivers perfect room-darkening comfort Elasticized strap with Velcro closure provides a snug and adjustable fit

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Customer Reviews

Super comfortable and very effective in blocking out light.
Gary Kastorff
The main reason I went back to the black sock I tie a around my head is that the sock is more comfortable, and I have long hair that the velcro strap just ripped.
MM
I work a rotating shift and the total darkness really helps on sleeping.
sandra carter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

96 of 98 people found the following review helpful By D. B. Banker on July 8, 2009
This item is well worth the extra cost, as it will be the last mask you'll ever need to purchase for yourself. I went through three masks prior to this one. Each one had a benefit, but this one combined all of them. The most import selling points for me were hollow eye areas (for comfort and REM), complete light blocking (provided total darkness), comfort (very good strap that does not hurt the ears by having a high enough placement. Also, soft material), and durability (the lining is quality and there are no edges that could fray over time). Another important aspect is the nose placement. I have a fairly large nose. Past masks tried to cover it, allowing much light through. This mask conforms around your nose bridge and places padding directly under your eyes which causes absolutely no light to get through. It seriously looks like some R&D went into this design. I use it in my car to take a midday nap. I highly recommend getting a microfiber bead neck pillow as well if you are using this for the car or air/bus/train travel (the mushier ones, not the rigid uncomfortable type, or the blow up kind). The combination will put you to sleep incredibly fast. I used to fly weekly, this would have been great. My only concern, which is completely minor is that it may feel too warm on the face if its really hot out.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Ganderson on February 15, 2010
This is the most comfortable eye mask I've tried that blocked out 100% of light regardless of sleeping position (ie, face pressed half in the pillow didn't open any gaps around your nose or cheek bones). It's also good to know that the cavity left for your eyes is pretty deep. This has been a big deal to me since my eye lashes are kinda long and tend to brush things in front of my eyes (for instance, most sunglasses won't work for me). I know your eyes should be closed under there and it shouldn't be an issue... but while trying to fall asleep, you'll blink now and again and it will drive you batty if you keep hitting something.

Caveats:
1. Given that it isn't custom fit, or even sized, it may not be as effective or comfortable for everyone.
2. It picks up oil from your face easily and may lead to blemishes if you don't wash it once in a while (as often as your sheets)
3. You look even sillier than usual in this mask. It's lumpy and brings to mind late night QVC shopping your grandmother might do.
4. It's pricier than similar options so, if you can stand a little light leak, you might want something cheaper.
5. It's bulkier than similar options so pressing your face into your pillow isn't a good idea while wearing it.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 30, 2009
I work rotating 12-hour shifts, so I frequently have to sleep when it's light out. I've tried blackout curtains, and never really got the needed level of darkness for best sleep - I'd always stay in the "upper stages" of sleep, and wasn't getting the rest I needed. Obviously, I needed a sleep mask. I purchased one of these several years ago, after going through a few of the cheaper flat-style masks which really didn't help me much (at least they were cheap!) - IIRC, I got it at Brookstone's, in my local mall, but I don't think they sell them there anymore. Wow - what a difference. The contouring of this mask holds the material away from your eyes, as well as helping to seal it against your face to block out the light, it's nice and soft, and it doesn't build up excessive heat levels (important for me - my wife calls me a "polar bear"), so it's VERY comfortable. Yes, it's more expensive than the other brands - but it's worth it, IMO. After perhaps 5 years (!) of regular use and washing, the velcro's finally come loose - I've tacked it back in place, but am looking to get a new mask to replace this one (so I can attach a new elastic/velcro strap and make the old one a spare - makes sense to have a spare anyways, for when one mask is in the wash), and I have NO qualms about spending the money for another of these. It's THAT GOOD.

I've tried other visco-foam masks, even, and don't think the design is as good as this one's is. If one of the other brands work well for you, great - I'll keep buying this brand, because it works the best for me. It might for you, too.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Rose M. Stern on July 5, 2010
I have used my Tempurpedic eye shades for several years. This will be my third purchase because I left one on the plane and the other in a hotel room in Austria. They block all light and are cool because Tempurpedic material draws heat away from the surface. I don't travel without them. I am surprised by the Amazon price on this one so I'll have to purchase directly from Tempurpedic.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By LT on September 11, 2013
This mask is super soft and really does block out all light, but unfortunately that is where the good news ends because rest of the mask's issues quickly cancel out these two good points.

First off, like all things Tempurpedic, it's waaayyy over priced. If the quality were there, I wouldn't complain about the price though. The mask also started to fall apart within a few days of normal use.

The strap is sewn in at an awkward angle and no matter how you adjust and refasten it slips. The strap itself is very cheaply made and the end was frayed and curling by the end of the first night. The strap is stiff and scratchy too.

Also, there is a tag sewn inside the fold of the left side of the mask that pokes you right in the eye. It wasn't easy to remove either without causing damage to the mask since the tag is in a seam.

I've been using the mask for about six weeks and it is losing its shape and starting to let in light. I expected much better quality and durability at this price point and I would not recommend it.
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