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  • Sleepbox introduces 'napping cabins' to the US
  • Sleepbox introduces 'napping cabins' to the US
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Sleepbox introduces 'napping cabins' to the US

Nothing beats a good nap. But it’s hard to find a peaceful spot to snooze in; nodding off on the tube or at your desk doesn’t offer quite the sense of rejuvenation as a bed. Sleepbox makes private napping cabins that can be installed in public places, and the US just got its first batch.

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