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It was so hot. I would never be able to fall asleep with it on. It is clearly designed only for people who sleep straight on their back. As soon as you roll to the side the whole mask shifts and becomes very uncomfortable
I could see it being good for travel but thats about it.
For me, these don’t work. They are nicely made and look pretty good quality but I had a couple of issue with them. I could not, after lots of attempts at adjustment, get them to completely cut out all light. No matter what I did i still got light coming in from the bridge of my nose. You could stop it mostly, by strapping them on really tightly but then they are incredibly uncomfortable.
The other issue is they aren’t actually that comfortable at all, especially if you lay on your side or front.
I suspect these will fit some people better than other. They’re not for me though.
Tying a live feral cat to my face would have been more comfortable than this sleep mask.
If you sleep on your side, the eye cups will deform against your pillow and put pressure on your eyes. If you roll over during the night and the mask shifts on your face, the edges of the eye cups will slide into your eye. Maybe if you’re Dracula and sleep perfectly still while propped up in your coffin, this mask might be worth your $50. But if you’re a living human being who sleeps on your side or moves at all, and you don’t enjoy having your actual eyeballs scooped out of your head, save your money and buy a conventional flat sleep mask for a fraction of the cost.
I spent quite a bit of time adjusting the eye cups on this and never managed to achieve 100% blackout. Maybe 95-98%. I could always tell whether my relatively dim ceiling light was on or off. My husband has a cheap Chinese 3D sleep mask which does give 100% blackout, so it was disappointing that this more expensive mask doesn't. It seems to be all style (and social media marketing) over substance. The inner fabrics are soft and the velcro didn't catch on my curly hair, but unfortunately those things don't make up for a lack of blackout, so I'm returning this and getting one like my husband's instead.