The world’s first HUMAN dog bed launches to ‘relieve stress’ and provide the ‘ultimate napping experience’ for $400 – so would you buy it?
- The Plufl is the world’s first dog bed for humans that’s perfect for napping
- University students Noah Silverman and Yuki Kinoshita co-founded the idea
- They claim the human-sized dog bed is the ‘ultimate napping solution’
- The product is made from four-inch thick memory and orthopedic foam
- It can comfortably fit two people and is covered in faux fur but costs $570 AUD
Two university students claim they have developed the ‘ultimate napping solution’ by designing a human dog bed.
The Plufl is the world’s first dog bed for people intended to help alleviate stress and anxiety.
The bed is made with memory foam, orthopedic foam and faux fur to provide a cozy experience.
The unique product looks exactly like a huge dog bed and can comfortably fit two people.
The Plufl is the world’s first dog bed for humans (pictured). It’s made with memory and orthopedic foam then covered in faux fur to provide a cozy experience
The unique product looks exactly like a huge dog bed and can comfortably fit two people
The idea sparked after founders Noah Silverman and Yuki Kinoshita, from Vancouver, got to know the owners of a local coffee shop and their Great Dane, Lady.
While struggling to find different napping options online, the duo noticed Lady had a customized dog bed and thought: ‘Why shouldn’t people have this too?’
Although the product idea may seem bizarre, it’s received huge support with more than $379,000 raised from Kickstarter crowd funding.
The high-quality faux fur is anti-microbial and machine washable and the bed itself is portable.
Founders Noah Silverman and Yuki Kinoshita, from Vancouver, thought of the idea after noticing a Great Dane enjoy its customized dog bed
Although the product idea may seem bizarre, it’s received huge support with more than $377,000 raised from crowd funding. But each Plufl will cost $400 USD/$570 AUD
‘The Plufl is not only extremely cozy and comfortable, it also makes you feel secure and safe,’ the founders said in a promotional video on the website.
If the brand produces the human dog bed, it’ll cost a staggering $400 USD/$570 AUD.
According to sleep.org, the environment you sleep in drastically impacts the quality of your shut-eye – factors include room temperature, light, sounds, scents and bedding.
By sleeping in a stress-free environment on a comfortable mattress, you’re more likely to get a better night’s sleep and wake up feeling refreshed.