How many times have you felt tired while strolling in your local forest? Maybe you frequently need a nap while attending conferences or large sporting events? Sick of walking upstairs to your bedroom every night? We understand. Sometimes, life just gets a bit much and you need a quick snooze to recharge your batteries.
Well, now you can rest easy in the knowledge that a solution is here. Never again will you think to yourself ‘Curses! If only I had a comfortable, stylish and secure sleeping compartment right now’.
Because that’s precisely what the Podtime Sleeping Pod is. A practically indestructible polycarbonate tube, with heavy-duty frosted doors, a luxurious fitted mattress and outstanding air circulation; meaning you can relax in comfort and privacy.
Create and customise your own pod
Already hugely popular in places with dense populations and limited space, the Podtime Sleeping Pods are flat-packable for easy transport or storage and allow you to set up your bedroom anywhere that takes your fancy. Plus, for those who like their lie-ins extra luxurious, there are a number of options to pimp out your Pod.
Think of it as your shippable, stackable, sleeping sanctuary.
Built-in storage shelf and rack
Mains power points
Can be packed flat for transport or storage
Can be stacked two levels high
Pimp your Pod with features such as: Secure luggage compartment, TV and DVD, leather covered mattress, digital radio and alarm clock as well as various personalisation/branding options
Do they do a double bed version? Ness - 9th September 2013
Firebox says: There are a whole range of Pods available with Podtime, including a double bunk version!
Question: Is this sleep pod a good soundproofing solution against a noisy upstairs neighbor? Chisel - 15th April 2013
Firebox says: Yes it would be, however its quite an expensive and drastic option to take!
It says 'various colours' but what exactly changes colour? and what colours are there? Bryony Lister - 8th April 2013
Firebox says: Hey Bryony, these are made to order so you specify a colour when ordering!
I have to say, out of everything from the WTF series this one's actually really reasonably priced! Chris - 20th November 2012
Does it fold up to fit in your car? Matt - 19th November 2012
Just asking about how much would the tv cost? Cameron - 31st October 2012
Firebox says: Hi Cameron. I've had a word with our suppliers, and they estimate the cost at an additional £150. Alternatively, you could always buy a TV yourself and plug it into one of the power points.