This cosy blanket by top selling company Cabeau (who make the amazing neck pillow) also doubles as a cushion for lumbar support or pillow.
Goodbye scratchy, germ-filled air plane blankets and pillows (if you're even lucky to be offered one). Hello luxurious French Microfibre travel blanket that covers you from chin to toes. This machine washable Fold ‘n Go™ Blanket zips into a convenient travel case, where it can double as a pillow, seat cushion or lumbar support.
4-In-1 Blanket, Pillow, Seat Cushion, and Lumbar Support
When the blanket is in the case, the Fold ‘N Go can be used to in multiple ways.
Measures 167cm x 90cm, offering you the complete coverage other blankets are lacking.
Luxurious French Microfibre Fabric
The high quality fleece is amazingly cosy and will keep you warm in even the chilliest environments.
Compact, Portable Travel Case
Protects the blanket from germs and is machine-washable. It also includes a handle that will attach to your luggage or bag and away you go hands-free.
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Cabeau stands behind the quality of its products, and will replace all damaged or defective products due to materials or workmanship under their 2 Year Satisfaction Warranty.
Colours: Black and Blue
This store ships New Zealand wide on all products and to Australia on some items (not luggage as shipping fees are too high). Drop us a note if you would like to know shipping costs on a specific item to Australia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Normal shipping costs are $5.50 for items up to 2kg, $9 for items weighing 2kg-5kg, NZ-wide. If you order multiple suitcases, we will put the smaller inside the larger, however if two bags the same size, or more than two bags, there will be two separate shipping charges of $9 each.
If you have ordered multiple items which come from different suppliers, you will receive individually packaged/shipped items at no extra cost.
Please allow 2-5 business days, especially if your address is rural or you are located in the South Island, as all goods are shipped from the North Island.