By AnnMarie Marano

Our hats off to those of you who have to travel some serious distances to see the one you love this February 14th. Tiring plane and train rides can definitely put a damper on that long-anticipated connection when you finally get to see each other – no matter how much you’ve been looking forward to it. So here are a few products that might help to keep you refreshed, smiling and ready to run into your sweetie’s arms when you arrive.

The Cabin Cuddler


Let’s face it. Those paper thin airline issued blankets just don’t cut it when you’re trying to catch a couple hours of sleep before you land. Enter the Cabin Cuddler. This travel blanket comes equipped with a “foot pocket” and wrap around flaps to keep virtually every part of your body covered and warm. It comes in six colors with a matching carrying case. The product is also available in children’s sizes.


Travel in style with PlaneSheets. These personal airline seat covers not only give you some added flair, but can also protect you from any germs, spills or allergens that have built up over time. They cover the entire seat and are available in solids and a variety of fabrics, such as denim and chenille. They come in coach size seats, and if you’ve decided to splurge this trip, they come in first and business class sizes.

JetRest Eye Mask


Ever the elusive devil, shut eye, can finally be caught with the help of a good old fashioned eye mask. But this eye mask, made by JetRest, is cut out for the modern age.
JetRest Eye Masks are molded to avoid contact with the eye lids. And guess what that means: your makeup stays intact.

Originally published February 2007
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