Napbox – Rest Up On-the-GO

Consumer Update

If you’ve ever missed a connecting flight or any flight for that matter due to oversleeping, you know how much of a nuisance it can be – actually, “a nuisance” may be a bit of an understatement.

Whether you’re catching some Z’s on the floor next to your gate or just dozing in your parked car, everyone needs that time to recharge.

Napbox understands this and has done something about it.

Essentially, Napbox is a capsule built for people to re-energize. They will soon be available in airports, hotels, and offices for you to reserve directly from the Napbox app or from the tablet outside the capsule.

If you want a visual of what the rooms look like, we’ll give you an idea. They’re full of features to relax such as light control, being able to turn on the TV, an SOS emergency call, and an accompanying app, Pzizz, that can help you take refreshing power naps with the help of specially designed music.

And no need to worry about lack of privacy. Napbox ensures you receive your own personal space. In addition, you can rest easy knowing that your belongings are safe and secure.

One question you may be thinking about is “What about hygiene?” Well, rest assured that Napbox rooms are “self-cleaning” and the sheets are replaced automatically every time a new user logs in.

And if you happen to be a frequent user of Napbox, it’ll remember your preferences – from temperature to light colors, fragrances and more.

So, if you want to count some sheep or just catch a private moment, head to


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