Taking a note from the wearable pillow we ran a couple days ago, comes the glow-in-the-dark halo pillowcase from Apytyk. They're taking the idea of Godliness and pillows one step past looking like a nun, by selling you your very own glow-in-the-dark halo. Showing off your santity while you sleep at night will run you a pricey $28. While that is pretty expensive for a pillowcase, it's a hell of a lot cheaper than most halos these days. [UberReview]
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