The Pause Pod is just a small tent, despite the fancy marketing

You like naps, right? The hopeful entrepreneurs behind the Pause Pod do, too. 

So they invented what they’re calling, “the world’s first private pop up space suitable for all your relaxation needs.”

Friends, it’s a tent.

It’s a small tent! It comes in a round storage tote that you’re ostensibly supposed carry around, awaiting the moment you decide you need a nap or just some peace and quiet.

It’s a tent.

When the moment strikes — be it at a public park or at the office or, as the product’s IndieGOGO page suggests, on a rooftop (?), you unpack your small tent, set it up and get in. It also features an extendible portion for legs should you want to lay down. The price for one is $99.

And despite the flashy marketing suggesting otherwise, the rest of the internet agrees: it’s just a tent.

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