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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow will be available in three colours Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow will be available in three colours Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8267 Ototone 1 27/07/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Ryosuke Fukusada/Timbre Here???s the perfect way to fall sound asleep ??" it???s a desk-top pillow which plays music while the wearer snoozes.The Ototone pillow is designed to let workers have a power nap during their lunch break to help refresh them for the rest of their working day. Its horseshoe shape wraps around the sides of the head, and lets the user slip a pair of earphones into it through sleeves located on either side. The idea is that the user can grab a brief session of shut-eye while listening to some soothing music.Users can also set the alarm on their smartphone or MP3 player to wake them up at the appropriate time.The pillow has been created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fuksdada for online store Timbre and will be on sale later in the year.He said:??? Ototone is a product that allows you to feel comfortable sleeping on the desktop. ??sTaking a short nap after lunch refreshes our mind and mood for the afternoon.??sIf you plug the earphone into the main body and lay your head on the cushion, you can get a comfortable rest while listening to music.??s In addition, it???s a convenient way to set up the alarm clock to have a short nap.??sThe inner cushion, made of low repulsion foam, has a medium firmness and provides optimal support force. The cover can be removed and washed. The outer fabric of the cover is made by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It???s a durable material used also for the upholstering of sofas. ??sThe inner side fabric is knitted and made in Japan. It???s soft and smooth, and ensures a comfortable contact against the skin. ??sFukusada has his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan and works ith both domestic and foreign clients. OPS: The Ototone pillow Picture supplied by Ferrari