Comfort on Demand
🙉 Quiet: Only neck pillow with ear covers to soften noise
🙋♀️ Versatile: 5 + ways to wear. Supporting head, back, and legs
🧼 Safe: 100% washable to keep you clean and safe
🎒 Portable: Waterproof travel bag included
Improving Patient Experience
We listened to patients, loved ones, and healthcare workers. We found neck pillow hoods could help aid in their comfort frustrations. Whether in a treatment chair, waiting room, or at home. Harbor Hood blocks the light, buffers sound and supports the neck. A patented design that creates a calming micro-environment on demand.
Made sustainably in the USA with the highest quality technical material. Harbor Hood is designed to make you feel comfortable wherever your journey may take you.
We are currently taking donations to provide Harbor Hoods to patients in chemo treatment during COVID-19. Help today.
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What Customers are saying
Shanti, MA, age 31
Like a hug for your head!The Harbor Hood is like having a hug on your head any time you need it. Super comfortable and travel friendly. Highly recommend it!
Booda, CA, age 39
Wearing during dialysis, Harbor Hood is so comfy and I have big headphones on too and it's still easy to wear.
Gerard, OH, age 90
Great for when I take naps in the afternoon on the couch to block out the light, quiets niose and supports my neck.
It is helpful in a variety of circumstances! On a plane, in a hotel with bad pillows, and that one time I got sick and had to sleep sitting up for a few nights.
Nathan, Massachusetts, age 27
Had a lot of fun exploring all its features like the weighted eye mask. Loved the packaging, materials, and color!
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