A lightweight Sleep Mask designed to block all light, ensuring you a peaceful sleep in comfort day or night
Fabulous Design with 100% Light Blocking
This light weight mask features a deep eye cavity design so that your eye lashes won’t touch the back of the mask theres nothing more troubling when you are trying to get to sleep,
Want Total Darkness?
The front of the Total Eclipse is a flexible and light. The back is a soft, lined foam that conforms to your face to help eliminate light leaking in.
With a fully adjustable elastic band strap, this mask will allow you to achieve a perfect fit. The strap also features a unique and handy earplug holder, therefore when you are travelling you’ll have your earplugs right at your finger tips.
Now available with a writable surface!
Ever taken a flight, fallen asleep and woken to discover that you have missed your meal? Our new Total Eclipse Sleep Mask now comes in a white writable surface to ensure this doesn’t happen again.
Let your flight attendants know that you would like to be woken for meals or left to snooze all while your are asleep.
This new design not only blocks light but also has an erasable writing surface. It essentially turns your face into a notepad!
- Superior Light Blocking
- Thick Profile for ultimate comfort
- Sleep mask secure with Velcro Fastener
- Ear Plugs Included
- Blocks ALL light so you experience TOTAL DARKNESS
- Includes a FREE pair of ear plugs to help minimize noise & give you the perfect sleep
- Convenient ear plug storage integrated into strap
- Fleece lined comfort foam conforms and contours to your face for a perfect fit
- Adjustable elastic strap allows user-customized fit
- Eye cut-outs eliminate pressure on eyes
- Great for traveling
- Great for relaxation and meditation
- Great for headache or migraine relief
How the Eclipse came about...
The idea was sparked by inventor and mechanical engineer, Jason Lichtman, CEO and founder of Eclipse Products LLC.
“I travel a lot and I’ve been frustrated by missing airline meals and drinks, especially when they don’t serve them as often as they used to,” Lichtman told the Airline Passenger Experience Association. “I realised it is all about communication or the lack thereof.
“The flight attendant just needs to know what you want. And if you had a sleep mask on that said, ‘I’d like to be woken up for meals’, they would wake you up or ‘Do not disturb’, they wouldn’t disturb you – unless, of course, they absolutely needed to.”