Spoon Sleep Flips Mattress Industry On Its Back
Aug 07, 2017
Spoon Sleep Flips Mattress Industry On Its Back: Launches Its First Product Developed For Sleep, Designed For Life

Railroad-Grade Foam Pillars Deliver Unprecedented Durability, Withstand Extensive Compression AND Provide Support

Today's bed is a piece of furniture used throughout the night and day, and traditional mattresses aren't designed to meet those needs. Enter Spoon Sleep, a patent-pending sleep system that today launches its first mattress designed for life – whether it's sleeping, sitting, stretching, streaming or studying.  

Constructed with industrial-strength foam pillars, never before used in a mattress, Spoon Sleep uniquely supports all of the body's various pressure points – from the shoulders, to the back, to the hips. This patent-pending technology withstands hundreds of thousands of compressions in testing, and its spill-resistant cover guards against spills and allows for maximum airflow to keep the mattress cool and clean. 

Starting today, Spoon Sleep is available for purchase exclusively online. Prices start at $700, with free shipping and returns as well as a full 100-night trial period. Spoon Sleep is delivered straight to the door in an easy-to-open box made of 100 percent recycled materials.

  • Bringing Spoon Sleep to Life - Co-Founder and inventor Herman Fisher, an engineer and former executive at Sealy, initially hatched the idea for Spoon Sleep as a way to address the shortcomings of today's modern foam mattresses. Most recently serving as Vice President of New Technology at Rubberlite, a leader in rubber and plastic custom-engineered foams and composites, Fisher was involved in pioneering highly durable foam used in the rail beds for trains to help absorb harmful and bothersome vibrations. After figuring out how to adapt this foam for use in a mattress, Spoon Sleep was born. During Fisher's career, he has developed numerous products that yielded patents found in mattresses today.
  • Spoon Sleep System: Serving Up Exceptional Technology - The Spoon Sleep System's key feature is an army of foam pillars tucked inside the mattress to provide support for shoulders, back and hips. These proprietary pillars are so durable that 100,000 compressions result in only a one percent loss in durability. Spoon Sleep's foam layers deliver a one-of-a kind contouring system that literally spoons the body; leaving it energized instead of causing or exacerbating aches and pains. The mattress is engineered to move with the body, providing flexible support with each shifting movement while still limiting motion transfer. Vital pressure points, especially on the spine, are supported to allow blood to circulate freely, so the body's muscles can completely relax. Spoon Sleep's materials are unmatched in the industry with exceptional durability and are spill resistant.

"The mattress industry makes products primarily for sleeping and that's the old way of thinking. Today's run-of-the-mill foam bed is barely made well for rest, much less daily living, so we wanted to create a product that delivers above and beyond on both," stated Fisher. "Whether you're sipping a skinny mocha Frappuccino while reading, streaming Netflix or picking out tomorrow's fashion statement, your bed needs to provide support 24/7 and be durable enough for all of life's activities. People aren't linear and uniform, so a sleep system shouldn't be either."

About Spoon Sleep

Spoon Sleep rests its head on the fact that the bed is not just for sleeping, but also for living. Spoon Sleep products are crafted using engineering grade foam, layered with pillars strategically placed to contour to the body whether awake or asleep.  Launched in 2017, by a manufacturing industry veteran with an expertise in new technology, Spoon Sleep's leadership has over 70 years of experience in the industry working for many of the leading bedding brands. The team possesses an in-depth knowledge about textiles, quality and consumer goods. Spoon Sleep products are built to last. More information can be found at www.spoonsleep.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mybedspoons or on Instagram at www.instagram.com/mybedspoons.

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