Advanced Sleep Technologies Launches Comfort Controlled iSense Sleep Brand

By Christopher Schriever Advanced Sleep Technologies, Inc. aims to change the consumer buying—and sleep- ing—experience with the introduction of the iSense Sleep brand of adjustable mattresses at the Winter Las Vegas Market. The iSense is a premium mattress line that offers the choice of spring, foam and air surfaces—all with built-in technology to control individual comfort from ultra-plush to ultra-firm with the touch of a mobile app. While adjustable air mattress technology

has been around since the 1980s, the iSense Sleep is the first to offer an automated in- dividual comfort control solution for spring or foam sleep surfaces as well. The brand’s spring and foam mattresses feature exclu- sive VariCoil and VariFoam technology, which bring individually comfort-controlled technol- ogy to every type of sleep surface. “The iSense Sleep line will change the mat- tress buying process and give consumers the

ability to control their comfort after the sale,” ex- plained Founder and CEO Paul Longman. “This will have a profound impact on this industry and peoples’ lives. Essentially, we have three mat- tresses that represent the majority of mattress- es that are being sold in the world today.” The iSense Sleep mattresses will be avail- able in three configurations: iSense Sleep Spring, iSense Sleep Foam and iSense Sleep Air. Each premium mattress uses a combina- tion of American-made, specialty foams, fab- rics and individually wrapped ComfortCore steel springs. Every bed features a uniquely designed edge support system, providing max- imum side and corner support engineered with optimal flex when using with an adjustable base. A removable zippered cover provides easy access to any of the interchangeable components. The company will also introduce a SMART pillow and other bedding accesso- ries including the Contour adjustable base.

“We sought to provide comprehensive comfort control regardless of sleep surface preference,” Longman continued. “We devel- oped the mattress and supporting technolo- gies that will respond to our ever-changing physical needs, positively impacting long- term sleep quality and overall health.” Visit

MLily Unveils Smart Bed That Provides Tangible Information For Improving Sleep Habits

“Sleep has become the new way to stay healthy, and our new mattress is designed to educate, encourage and support consumers in their quest to capitalize on the benefits of plentiful, restful sleep.”

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By Gretchen Kast MLily USA is making a move into the sleep diagnostics arena with the introduction of a smart mattress and pillow sleep system. The smart bed incorporates a diagnostic tool that helps monitor sleep patterns to provide con- sumers key information on time slept, rest- less periods and positioning. The bed will be introduced at the Winter Las Vegas Market. Through connectivity with the custom-de-

signed app, this new sleep system aims to arm consumers with real-time data on linked smart devices to help them transform their sleep ex- perience. Deep inside each mattress are sen- sors that track a number of things, including heart rate, motion, breathing and sleep longevi- ty. Users can then view a comprehensive report within the app, accessing critical information on factors that impact sleep. Over time, this data

provides a collective picture and offers sugges- tions on how to improve sleep habits. In addition to the sleep diagnostic system, the system includes a smart pillow designed to help eliminate some of the primary disruptors of sleep, including snoring and proper alignment. The pillow also features Bluetooth connectivity, which allows users to fall asleep to music. “Sleep has become the new way to stay

healthy, and our new mattress is designed to educate, encourage and support consumers in their quest to capitalize on the benefits of plentiful, restful sleep,” said Jason Berge, president of MLily USA. “We’re excited to build on the technological prowess of our en- gineers in our research and development fa- cilities and factories to deliver this innovative sleep technology to the U.S. market.” Visit

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