You know what the problem with sleeping up is? It sucks and it's uncomfortable. If God wanted us sleeping upright he wouldn't have invented memory foam mattresses. Even on airplanes I always put the tray-table down and rest my head on it the way you would on a desk in school because you gave up on Algebra II. It's a tight fit though, and if the person in front of me decides to put their seat back they'll probably snap my neck. Enter the UpRight Sleeper, a neck support that makes snoozing upright more comfortable (plus way cooler looking!). $40 takes one home, but the VERY fashionable cover costs $10 extra. I prefer the no-cover model because I'm hoping a flight attendant mistakes me for someone with a debilitating neck injury and moves me up to first class. *gathers carry-on preparing for move, flips the bird to everyone in coach* Haha, suckers! *flight attendant giving me the quizzical eye* OW OW OW -- MY NECK. *crop-dusting the last few rows*
Thanks to Bear, who lives in the forest and sent his tip via squirrel.