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Nothing Tells Your Guests They're Not Welcome Like Making Them Sleep In a Pod

Illustration for article titled Nothing Tells Your Guests Theyre Not Welcome Like Making Them Sleep In a Pod

Do you deal with visiting family members during the holidays that more than overstay their welcome? This year try putting them up in one of these Podtime tubes, they'll quickly get the message that maybe they should have booked a hotel instead.

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They're not exactly ideal for those who suffer from claustrophobia, but as a way to maximize the occupancy of a given space—while still giving everyone a bit of privacy—they're actually not a terrible idea. What's most impressive is that they actually arrive flat-packed for easy transport and storage.

Multiple units can be stacked on top of each other like a set of bunk beds, and while the base unit will set you back over $2,100, it can actually be customized with added amenities like LED lighting, a lockbox for luggage, a TV and DVD player, and even a rudimentary sound system with alarm. So come to think of it, these actually might be more luxurious than some apartments.

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Illustration for article titled Nothing Tells Your Guests Theyre Not Welcome Like Making Them Sleep In a Pod

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andrewliszewski
Andrew Liszewski

I imagine these are going to be all the rage during the Olympics in London. And will probably be rented out for hundreds of dollars-err I mean pounds—per night.