The singing pillow

So, you’re up to 1,037 sheep and still can’t a second of shuteye? You have two options – reach for the whisky, or plug your jukebox

So, you’re up to 1,037 sheep and still can’t a second of shuteye? You have two options – reach for the whisky, or plug your jukebox into this pillow and surround your head with the dulcet tones of a Radio 4 podcast.The sound pillow was actually designed by the RNID – The Royal National Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing – for people with tinnitus, but is also ideal for the terminally restless. You just plug any sound source into the 3.5mm socket, and lie back to your audiobook’s relaxing drone.The speakers won’t wake up your flatmates as they’re only audible to the user, and are sufficiently buried to make sure they don’t affect the pillow’s comfort. To treat your head to its spongy wonder, head over to www.rnid.org.uk – it’ll set you back £25. Previous Gadgets of the Day:World's hardest hard driveThe Ultimate snowboard practiceThe watch of blinking lightsOrange's trekkie video gogglesThe E-Ink flash drive