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Sleepyhead's New Swisstek Bed - 7 zones of MMMM

August 2011

Sleepyhead's New Swisstek Bed - 7 zones of MMMM

Sleepyhead has just launched the new Sleepyhead Swisstek - a bed that is so superior, so pleasurable that once you climb into it, all you'll be able to say is MMMMMMMM.

Sleepyhead has joined forces with experts in Switzerland to develop a breakthrough in mattress technology with the world's most advanced pocket spring bed; the first of its kind available in New Zealand.

"By combining Sleepyhead's 75 years of bed making expertise with Swiss precision engineering, we have been able to produce a bed that is truly special," says Chris Taylor general manager of Sleepyhead. "The Sleepyhead Swisstek delivers a new benchmark in pocket spring comfort and support."

The unique Swisstek system is engineered with an increase in turns per spring and the use of heavier gauge wire to not only help minimise roll together and partner disturbance but to create a mattress that is more durable.

With almost a kilometre of wire used in total within a Queen-size Swisstek mattress, the mattress will support you long after the other mattresses have passed their use by date.

Every Swisstek bed has 7 zones of support to ensure that you receive more support where you need it most. With springs of different tensions along 7 independent zones throughout the mattress, a Swisstek bed is able to perfectly respond and conform to your body as it needs to.

And the best part is that a Swisstek mattress doesn't compromise on comfort - with every bed available in your choice of either Dreamfoam or Latex Gold comfort layers.

The Sleepyhead Swisstek is now available exclusively at Beds R Us stores throughout New Zealand - with over 20 years of experience they are the best team to help you find your dream bed.

Swisstek mattresses and bases start from $4059 Queen-Size

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