Being able to listen to favorite tuned in bed is one of the guilty pleasures that most of us will own up to enjoying. The relaxing activity helps light sleepers transition into deeper sleep while people with healthy sleep patterns are able to listen to their favorite artists, catch up on a new album or even listen to the news or meditation chants in bed. However, the relaxation listening to music in bed provides is marred by the fact that headphones are just not fashioned to provide optimum comfort when worn in bed and users often complain about getting sore ears or ending up with damaged wires when they use their headphones in bed. This is where the REM Headphones concept created by designer Gregory Martin comes into the picture.
The compact pair is very user friendly and the compact design is created to suit a user’s need. The headphones thus come equipped to handle endless tossing and turning and allows the user to sleep undisturbed without getting tangled up in the wires or hurting their ear in case they fall asleep without taking their headphones off. The wires of the REM headphones come with a woven outer layer that prevents them from getting entangled while the ear buds themselves fit snugly into the ear.
The conforming, air fitted, soft touch material used for the ear buds allow sit to fit in perfectly without hurting the user’s ears. For custom fits, the ear buds feature an air bladder inside that is made out of soft hypoallergenic medical grade rubber. Free movement is ensured via a soft rubber insertion ball joint end while an aluminum finishing cap prevents the electronics inside the earphone from getting smashed. Each silicon piece instantly custom fits the user’s ear via air pumping so users always get a custom fit.