Burrow's Sleep Kit
Burrow's Sleep Kit
Everything you need to sleep comfortably on the sofa
Health and Fitness
The Sleep Kit is everything you need to sleep comfortably on the sofa, stuffed in a convenient storage bag. There's a memory foam topper, a custom sheet set, a quilted blanket, a pillow and pillow case, and even an eye mask.
a year ago
This ingenious sleep kit turns any sofa into a bed
Crashing on a friend's sofa is rarely a comfortable experience, but we've all done it. This is particularly true in cities where space is scarce, like New York or San Francisco, and few people have the luxury of a guest room.
Burrow's new Sleep Kit is a couch surfer's dream
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cool idea- easily setting up our couch for guests is a definite pain. The price point is too high for my tastes though :(
Software Developer and Game Designer
I grew up sleeping on couches (never had my own bed) and honestly I've never had a truly terrible experience. That being said I'm sure there are some nightmare couches out there and setting up for picky guests could be an issue. The price, however, is absurd.
I have to agree with you guys... I like the idea but $350? What justifies that price tag?...
Cool idea, but nothing of true value for that price.
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As someone who had to sleep on a very unpleasant faux-leather couch for a few weeks I can say that the idea is sound, but the offer is not. First of all, there are 2 conflicting use cases: 1) I'm going to sleep on someone's else couch - I don't know the size of the couch - I am going to travel with the bag, so it needs to compress well - I don't want to bring back any critters that currently sleep inside that couch 2) Someone will sleep on my couch - I know the size of the couch - I need to store it on a shelf, so that it unfolds and doesn't look crumpled There should be a choice of material for the sheets. Both cases target different markets, would have different marketing/distribution channels and technology challenges. #2 is easier to solve from the technology point of view - just offer different sizes. #1 would require some clever engineering to make that mattress + sheets fit a variety of sizes. Sheets, pillows and quilts can be drop-shipped from other suppliers. You don't even need to hold them in stock to begin with. I guess the mattress and the bag should be your secret sauce. Good luck guys. Keen to see where it goes.