Even the most crippling insomnia is surely no match for the Gentle Wave lounge. Using a handheld remote, users can control a rocking motion that is designed to simulate floating in a lake. It can also be used to manage the intensity of the sound wave massage emanating from its dual 50-watt transducers. Combine that with a supine posture and memory foam chair, and your problems with insomnia will be replaced by the fear of slipping into a coma. However, at $7,000, I will be sticking to drinking a few beers and falling asleep in the pool on a $15 SpongeBob raft. [Hammacher Schlemmer via Likecool]
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