Mattress company Bedding Industries of America (BIA) is launching three new cooling mattress to its Eclipse International series, namely, the Glacier Washington, Glacier McKinley and Glacier Everest. The new Eclipse International series will incorporate cooling gel-memory foam along with the company’s ICE-Cool™ fabric and glacierTECH™ technology. Rapid cooling fibres transport moisture and heat away from the body for a more relaxed sleep to provide the perfect mattress temperature for any sleep preference.
The mattresses also incorporate the company’s Spinal Zone™ technology, which is clinically proven to reduce back pain by providing proper spinal alignment and has the Seal of Approval from the Congress of Chiropractic State Association.
The Glacier Washington has a Euro cooling mattress cover that begins to cool the body immediately while the copper-infused (and plant-based) memory foam removes any excess heat via conduction. Copper is a natural temperature regulator and incorporating this into the foam provides the body with the opportunity to maintain a consistent temperature throughout the night. The mattress also incorporates individually wrapped coils that conform to and support body weight.
The Glacier McKinley also incorporates a hand-tufted Euro cooling mattress cover and layers of supportive copper Visco that surround the 789 individually wrapped coils. The mattress features an additional 1,872 micro-coils to provide a unique, responsive feel and durable sleep surface.
The Glacier Everest has many of the same qualities as the Glacier McKinley with the exception that the mattress uses 100-percent natural Talalay latex in place of the copper-infused memory foam, effectively giving the mattress a firm comfort level. The mattresses retail for $1699, $1899 and $2199 in queen, respectively. All carry a 15-year warranty and are adjustable-base friendly.
Global mattress market likely to account for $66.19 billion by 2029
According to a research study released by Data Bridge Market research, Global Mattress Market was valued at $39.4 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $66.19 billion by 2029, registering a CAGR of 6.70 percent during the forecast period of 2022-2029.
Vendors are progressively focusing on increasing their product lines by launching alternatives to mattresses. They are trying to upsurge their sales and increase their market share by launching new products in the global mattress market. The foam is the highest-growing product segment due to its compatibility with an extensive range of adjustable beds, which makes it a preferred choice among consumers
North America is projected to be the fastest-growing region during the forecast period of 2022-2029 due to increased household spending and growth in the hospitality and real estate sectors. Moreover, the increasing population will also boost the development of the mattress market in this region.
Asia-Pacific dominates the market in terms of market revenue and shares due to increasing disposable income, rapid globalization, westernization, and modernization. Furthermore, raising awareness regarding the variety of mattresses is a significant market growth factor in this region.