Air travel has its fair share of challenges these days. From long security lines, to pricey airfares, to weather delays, flying can stressful especially during the holidays. But a company is looking to change at least one nuisance that everyone encounters at some point— the dreaded armrest battle. Soarigami is a plastic divider that allows air passengers to comfortably share an armrest without touching elbows. It folds over the existing armrest and provides two separate areas for either passenger to rest his or her arm. Soarigami sells for $30 and goes on sale early next year. Not everyone may embrace the product, however. Some may not want to engage in the “may I place my Soarigami on the armrest?” discussion with a stranger. What do you think of a product that claims to alleviate the armrest battle on flights?