Lights Out Contoured Sleeping Mask Black Out Sleep Eye Mask
- Made of soft 100& polyester with secure elastic cord and velcro closure
- Measures approximately 9"L x 3"W
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Other reviewers have commented that they let light in around the nose, and they're right ... but it's not a lot of light, even with all the lights in the bedroom on, just a small sliver down by your nose. You can close your eyes and it'll look/feel completely pitch black and given that I don't spend a lot of time with my eyes open under the mask, the mask doesn't lose any functionality because of this bit of light. You might want to get the black color instead of the blue if you're really concerned, as it may absorb more light.
The velcro strap is adjustable for bigger heads like my own. I honestly didn't think the cupped design for REM sleep would be a big deal, but it really does make a difference, if just for comfort.
I highly recommend this mask.
Overall, I've never found a better design. They're light, comfortable, and they do the job they're designed to do. What more do you want? :-)
Edit: I have washed this mask a few times since I bought it and it is falling apart badly now. I was even sure to wash it gently and let it hang dry. Now I'm back on Amazon looking for a replacement.
Second, the Velcro closure on the back of the head-strap forms an uncomfortable 'bump' on the back of my head that makes it almost impossible to sleep with this mask on.
Third, the mask does leak some light in around the nose, but I am more upset about the 1st two points. I didn't want two of the same mask, particularly when the 2nd one cost me more than the first.
Do not buy this mask under any circumstances. If you want it, do an Amazon search for "Sweet Dreams Contoured Sleep Mask" instead, it is the same thing for less money.
I work nights, so am a regular day sleeper and ALWAYS use a mask. Even if I sleep at night, I have grown accustomed to having a mask on. I'm not returning this one, but am putting it at the bottom of the night stand drawer. Better than nothing, but have several others I like much better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would NOT be without this product! I am so light sensitive and I have been using this particular sleep mask for years. I am on my second one but they do last for quite awhile. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Music Mama
This sleep mask will not be for everybody, but I love it. There are big foam cups that cover the eyes with the result that I can open my eyes all the way when the sleep mask is on... Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by Jennifer Davis
My bedroom gets entirely too much morning sunlight, so I decided that it would be worth-it to try a number of sleep masks. The Lights Out Sleep Mask is excellent. Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by examiner
I've ordered several of the "Lights Out" sleep masks in the past from Amazon, so I know what they're like. Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by T. Lewis
This sleeping mask really works. I've tried so many its ridiculous, but this mask does work. It has grooves for your eyeball so it can relax instead of getting squished and... Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by collie lover
I think they do block out all of the light, they fit great around my nose/eyes. The strap is comfortable... Read morePublished on December 7, 2011 by NCMOM
I have been using four different sleep masks over the last year and I am writing this review as a comparison. Read morePublished on September 30, 2011 by Guy in Brooklyn
I purchased three eye masks at the same time to see which worked best for me: The Bucky Shades Fur Sleep Mask, the Lghts Out Mask, and the Lewis and Clark mask. Read morePublished on February 12, 2011 by R. Evans